Spooky happening at The Stables

Spooky Men's Chorale
Spooky Men's Chorale

Wave goodbye to choirs as you know them and say hello to The Spooky Men’s Chorale at The Stables on Thursday night, says Georgina Butler.

This Australian macho juggernaut has a wide-ranging repertoire – from Georgian-style chants to a capella ballads – encompassing traditional harmonies and wickedly off-the-wall sounds.

For a spicier sound, try Botown on Friday night when the chart-topping, hi-octane multicultural soul band will return to get audiences up on their feet doing the Bollywood Boogie.

This culture-clash musical experience combines the glamour of Bollywood with the charisma of soul music – imagine Aretha Franklin duetting with Kishore Kumar.

The always-in-demand Hamish Stuart shot to fame in the 1970sas the falsetto voice and guitarist of the Average White Band.

Glasgow-born Hamish continues to write and play live with The Hamish Stuart Band – check them out on Saturday.

American Grammy-winning songwriter Patty Griffin is know for her stripped-down song writing style – she has perfected a folk-rocking country sound that is uniquely her own.

Experience her unmistakable and inimitable catalogue of work – including tracks from her 2013 album American Kid – on Tuesday when she performs her powerful, personal and unpredictable songs for The Stables crowd.

The legend of Queen lives on in Mercury, a band that recaptures the sight, sounds and emotions of Queen, with skilful instrumentation and perfect harmonies.

‘The Show Must Go On’ – and it will, at The Stables on Wednesday.

To make a booking call MK 280800.