Get Moore for your money

Sir Roger Moore: Memories
Sir Roger Moore: Memories

Milton Keynes Theatre presents the long awaited return of a legendary film star next Wednesday night.

And the anticipation is mounting for this one-night only visit: After all, it’s not often that you are invited to spend An Evening with Sir Roger Moore, is it?

The man with the 007-factor has enjoyed an exceptional career, and has engaged in a colourful life off the screen too.

Now in his eighties, Roger still has more sophistication than any football team combined could ever hope to muster up...and that twinkle in his eye is still glistening!

During the first part of the show, Sir Roger will speak with his biographer Gareth Owen about his life and career, but at the end of the show you are invited to ask him your questions.

And Roger told me that nothing is off limits – he’s not in the least bit concerned what might be asked of him.

“I don’t mind, no...nothing worries me – the worse the question, the better the answer!” he said.

But before the former Bond drops in, the venue presents some other scene stalwarts, this time from the musical side.

Having recently been inducted into the American Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, The Hollies, responsible for major chart-bothering tracks like The Air That I Breathe and He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother are stopping off in MK as part of a road trip to plough through the thrashes and smashes of their career.

Be warned though, there is no support for this date. Arrive late and you’ll only get half a set.

On Monday, Brit Floyd create a visual and sound spectacular, when they take on the masterful music of Pink Floyd.

A couple of weeks back they delivered the goods with a decidedly memorable show at London’s Royal Albert Hall, and now this is your chance to see what the fuss is all about.

Go along expecting to hear music from Wish You Were Here, The Wall, The Division Bell, Animals and Dark Side of the Moon and you’ll be happy bunnies when you leave.

On Tuesday night The BalletBoyz come to the stage.

Take 10 exceptional dancers, and let them loose with two new pieces of work by internationally renowned choreographers Russell Maliphant and Liam Scarlett and indulge in a cheekily original and wildly innovative show.

Tickets for all of the aforementioned can be booked by calling 0844 8717652.