Some of the most iconic songs in musical theatre will be rousing audiences at Milton Keynes Theatre from Monday when Evita opens.
The line-up for this year’s Milton Keynes Masked Ball has been announced, and it’s set to be a grand affair.
Enjoy an eclectic mix of musical offerings while helping to raise funds for life-saving research on Saturday.
The music legend that is ‘The Voice’ and a ‘Sex Bomb’ (erm , that’s Tom Jones) will be burning down the house (not literally, you understand) on Wednesday at Calcutta Brasserie.
The brilliant Curtis Stigers brings his distinctive sound to The Stables in Wavendon on Thursday – but due to that brilliance, tickets have all sold-out - it might still be worth a call to the box office for returns though.
A breath of fresh air will breeze through The Song Loft on Friday, when Vicki Swan and Jonny Dyer showcase their effortless blend of traditional material and contemporary interpretations.
They might not sing a rainbow, but Red Gold Green (RDGLDGRN) are still a colourful concoction on the up and up, and The Pad has booked the Washington DC chaps for their only non city date on their debut UK tour – they play Bedford Esquires on Thursday evening.
Suburban satire reigns at Milton Keynes Theatre this week with audiences invited to 1970’s classic Abigail’s Party.
Self-proclaimed Lord of Mince Julian Clary will welcome a selection of eligible bachelors onto the stage to win his hand in marriage at the theatre on Sunday!
Okay so time for a show of hands – who likes them?
The Knife, the new single from London-based ‘dark folk connoisseurs’ Arrows of Love is a delicious slice of warped.
A rolling tour launching in Milton Keynes on Saturday will gather mums, not moss, promise organisers!
Most of us are lucky enough to go about our day to day business with decent health.
“We had the most fantastic day,” said the former owner of Flappers, Trisha Lightfoot, after the shop closed its doors for the last time on Saturday.
Olney Jazz Club welcomes award-winning saxophonist Simon Spillett on Tuesday at 8.30pm.
Want to give you kids a treat this weekend?
Fantasy fiction author Raymond Feist will be in the new city to meet fans and sign copies of his newest book on Monday.
A decidedly tasty casting stage-steps at Milton Keynes Theatre from Monday, with an Alan Ayckbourn classic to deliver.
To make things easier, we’ll start The Stables round-up this week by telling you that all tickets for Jimeoin on Saturday night are sold-out.
The Totally Awesome Comedy Club did a swell job of turning Thursday yawns into late-week giggles, when it played out at the Kiln Farm Pub last month.
A production of the timeless classroom comedy Teechers is showing at Stantonbury Campus Theatre on Friday.
A charity production of ‘Calendar Girls’ begins a short stay at The Chrysalis Theatre on Wednesday.
We have all heard of the big, friendly giant – but what about the selfish giant?
Folk legend Tom Paxton brings his timeless works back to The Stables this evening.
First week ticket sales for the smash hit musical Wicked have smashed box office records at Milton Keynes Theatre - with the highest grossing sales in the history of the venue.
The Subways are the latest tasty name to announce a date at The Craufurd Arms in Wolverton.
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