Britain’s most successful international folk-rock band, Acoustic Strawbs, brings its electric, acoustic sound to The Stables tomorrow night.
David Cousins, Dave Lambert and Chas Cronk will perform all their crowd-pleasing tracks.
Meanwhile, Stage Two offers newbies the chance to showcase their skills this evening with the Over2U open mic night.
For professional panache, look no further than the sold-out show from The Big Chris Barber Band tomorrow.
Lucky ticket-holders will be helping Chris celebrate his silver jubilee as band leader.
The Karla Milton Collective is a nine-piece monster of a band and unsurprisingly, tickets for Friday’s Stage 2 gig have flown (standing only remain).
On Saturday, enjoy a whirlwind trip from the 1950s through to the best songs of today and pay tribute to over 80 classic songs with Forever in Blue Jeans.
Experience an age of style and fashion that our 21st Century world has forgotten on Stage Two on Saturday with a proper vintage night out.
Step back in time to the spectacle of a Cabaret show with Harry and Edna’s Hednas team.
Don your best vintage finery and style your barnet.
Sarah’s Doo-Wop Dos will assist in your transformation (call 07532 444394).
Visit www.harryandedna.co.uk for dress tips.
Reinvention is key to musical development so the Steve Howe Trio will be attempting to raise the bar on Sunday with plenty of fresh new arrangements.
Queen of comedy Sarah Millican brings new show Home Bird on Monday and her infectious personality will win you over (but only if you’ve already got tickets as the show is sold out).
On Tuesday the venue welcomes bona fide music legend Georgie Fame, while Leeds-based acoustic singer-songwriter Jon Gomm will inspire with his original material over on Stage 2.
Grammy-nominated American jazz singer Stacey Kent sells out concert halls around the world.
Make the most of the rare opportunity to experience Stacey performing tracks from her brand new album live on Wednesday.
Finally, musicologist Brian Appleton – the latest creation of Graham Fellows – takes to Stage Two on Wednesday as ‘the Forest Gump of Rock’.
He considers himself pivotal to the last 30 years of development in popular music – unfortunately nobody seems to know who he is, so this comedy show will do all it can to rectify this major failing on your part...
Call to book on MK 280800.