THERE is so much on at The Stables this coming week and we will jump straight in with funnyman Lee Hurst, below right, touring for the first time in a decade and back with a two set draw this evening.
Or would you rather Stir It Up and feast on some marvellous Marley with Legend on Friday night?
Terry Lightfoot’s Jazzmen are in concert on Saturday night, with jazz, swing and blues all the way.
It’s a family affair too, with Terry’s daughter Melinda taking charge of vocals.
Gerard Kenny will deliver The Great American Songbook on Sunday night.
Into the new week the venue rolls and Tuesday belongs to Nelson Rangell, while Wednesday is given over to blues-ace Matt Schofield.
All of the aforementioned entertainment is being hosted in the Jim Marshall Auditorium.
But Stage 2 at the venue will be holding its own this week too.
Tonight Adam Palma performs, and Friday night is a real treat when local lad Soul Urban Poet, right, holds court.
The new city-ite has been writing poetry as far back as he can recall, and immersed himself in the hip-hop scene having just turned a teen.
If you want to take a copy of his debut album, Urban Poetry, you can collect it from HMV in thecentre:mk
A prolific chap in and around the city, he has also supported Tim Westwood, Skinnyman and Charlie Sloth, but tomorrow night the spolight deservedly belongs to him..
Support will come from singer-songwriter Sam Jenkins, and poet ace Mark Niel.
Also on Stage 2 this week, Winter Mountain will deliver melodic folk on Saturday, while The Charlotte Glasson Band turn things gypsy jazz style on Tuesday.
For ticket bookings and further information, call the box office on MK 280800.