THE MK Festival Fringe continues to pick up pace this week, with a stack of things to get involved with...
And with such a volume of events on the agenda, it’s best to cut the waffle and tell you where the some of the best action is...
DANCE FESTIVAL: All day workshops will precede Saturday’s main event, with movement and magic happening in Middleton Hall, at Hub:mk and in Margaret Powell Square – by MK G and MK Theatre, when flash mobs will take over.
Don’t want to miss out?
Then you need to be in the Square at 2,3 or 4pm on Saturday.
OBJET TROUVE: We mentioned it last week, but Middleton Hall continues to host pavement art through to Sunday.
Go on, take a peek and colour up your shopping trip
COMMUNITY GREENhouse: From Monday, MK Festival Fringe want you to make a donation to their 2 Litre Bottle Appeal, a project being driven by artist Paul Smith.
The Green House will be made from more than 10,000 of the bottles donated between Monday, July 16 and Friday, June 20.
Bottles will be handed to a school or charity post-event...helping to recycle the fun!
VINYL LOUNGE: Zizzi’s restaurant in the Theatre District hosts a live night showcasing a wealth of singer-songwriters, poets, storytellers and more, between 7 and 11pm this Friday night.
On Sunday, the eatery gets into the groove with Howlin’ Dick and other vinyl lovin’ DJs pushing blues, jazz, funk and reggae sounds all the way.
The Drawing Machine will invite you take inspiration from the sounds and then get all creative by putting pencil to paper.
Of course, if you don’t want to draw, you can always munch – Zizzi does do exceptionally good pizza!
For the full list of MKFF goodies, head online to www.mkfestivalfringe.com