HALLOWEEN, the time of tricks and treats and more things than usual going bump in the night.
But how will you spend the scariest weekend of the year?
Here’s some hair-raising, chill bringing opportunities...
This evening, Milton Keynes Gallery is hosting an evening of performance with Dutch musician Yuri Landman.
With a sound that will bring smiles to fans of the noise ace that is Sonic Youth, Yuri will be performing a special composition designed for the White Eagle guitar.
Support will come from Bristol-based mob The Jelas.
Things will get underway from 6.30pm.
IN Newport Pagnell, The Sunset Lounge at The Cannon will welcome Trash Monkey, who host the Monster Mash tomorrow evening.
Trash Monkey will be aping around with a set of dedicated Ramones covers and punters are strongly urged to get into the ‘spirit’ of things by donning spooky attire.
If you don’t have owt else, a Justin Bieber T-shirt should do the job...
Doors open at 8pm.
Eh-oh, let’s go...
The Craufurd Sessions return to Wolverton’s Craufurd Arms tomorrow night.
The Poet-Tree Alliance will be hosting a night of music and prose, and their current fanzine will be available for those of you who fancy some decent reading material.
On the bill, catch young singer-songwriter Dan Stock and former 2FT High and Planets frontman Freddy Armstrong flying solo and acoustic.
Ben Platt will also showcase the songs that he has spent the past year or so creating, and Aaron Alderman, the former Kranx player will show his solo side.
Doors open at 7.30pm, and tickets are a fiver.
>Technical precision and hardcore brutality will pour from the Craufurd stage on Saturday night when Margot Kidder headline.
Polar, Lakes, The Valiant and CB6 make up the rest of the bill.
Tickets are a fiver and doors open at 7.30pm.
> The Peartree Bridge Family will play live at Bletchley Railway Club on Saturday night, a benefit gig in aid of biker Grahame Markey.
Tickets are a snip at just £3 on the foor and all monies raised at the bash will be handed straight to Grahame.