WOLVERTON Gilbert & Sullivan Society celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a production of the comic opera Merrie England, which focuses on the love and rivalries at the court of Queen Elizabeth I.
‘Right royal Tudor mayhem,’ is guaranteed, say those putting the piece to stage.
Songs including O Peaceful England and God Bless Elizabeth will be heard sounding out of St George’s Church in Wolverton this Saturday, from 7.30pm.
Tickets are on sale at £10, with concessions available for £8.
Call MK 262250 for yours, or visit www.wolvertongands.co.uk
THEATRE of Widdershins pop into The Stables at Wavendon on Saturday afternoon with kiddie theatre in The Elves and The Shoemaker, top right.
Elvis Schumacher, cobbler and craftsman, has worked all his life creating the most beautiful of footwear. But things are on the slide and he has hit hard times – everyone’s buying boring shoes from the evil businessman, Bunyan Sole-less....’
Can anyone help him?
Go along at 2pm and find out.
Call MK 280800 for tickets.
THE Open Theatre Group will deliver Macbeth in November, and newcomers are welcome to the group.
Sessions are being held on Tuesday evenings, from 7.30 to 9.30pm.
It’s free to partake, save for a small fee for workshops with external practitioners Michael Corbidge (RSC voice coach) and Richard Cheshire (expert in Shakespeare).
If you are 18 years or older and fancy getting involved, seek out the group on Facebook or drop an email to email@example.com