STANTONBURY Campus has a colourful patchwork elephant named Elmer on stage this Sunday afternoon.
Elmer is yellow and orange and red and pink and purple and blue and green and black and white.
But he isn’t elephant coloured...
Tired of being different he sets off in search of the elephant-coloured berry bush in a production based on David McKee’s best-selling children’s book.
Enjoy the charming 50 minute production from 2.30pm.
Tickets are £7.50 for adults, £5.50 for children, with family tickets admitting two kids and two adults for £22.
Off you go with a trumpety-trump, trump, trump, trump...
S**t Happens Productions arrive on Wednesday evening at 7.30pm, with a delivery of the ever-popular play by Yasmina Reza, Art.
Follow friends Serge, Marc and Yvan as they begin to pick apart the seams of their friendship when Serge buys an expensive modern painting of white lines on a white canvas.
The sophisticated, stimulating and moving comedy delivery then takes the canvas as its core, around which weaves a discussion of how we are defined: by ourselves, our possessions, and our friends.
We should make special mention of those bringing the piece to life as well, though, seeing as how they have city-connections.
Dan Phillips is a teacher in Milton Keynes, but he won’t be Sir for this event, but rather Serge.
Former Stantonbury Campus students Chris Townsend and Graham Hill play Marc and Yvan.
Let’s support our own.
Tickets are on sale at £10, falling to £8 if you fit the concession bracket.
Call to book on MK 324422 or go online at www.stantonbury.org.uk