GYLES Brandreth, former MP turned TV presenter and author is in town tonight, with an evening of wit wordplay and namedropping.
The Stables show is a sell-out, but feel free to try for returns.
Michael Roach sings and plays guitar with a style of East Coast Blues that dates back to the 1920s.
Catch him on Stage 2 from 8.45pm.
Tomorrow night, go for a little walk..Under The Moon of Love.
Yep, those multi-coloured sharp-suited fellas Showaddywaddy are back on local soil.
The first band that GO! ever saw live, they were.
The year was 1979!
On Stage 2 tomorrow night, catch new city talent Jon Kendall – that’s him on the right looking decidedly laid back.
Recently at the venue as support to Toploader, this time Jon headlines, and the fella who took inspiration from his dad, has a few other family members in support – a big hand too then, for his brothers Aaron and Scott.
Support new city talent, folks.
If you like Thin Lizzy, you’ll like Limehouse Lizzy, the tribute.
At the venue on Saturday night, these really do have predigree power.
There are Live Jazz Matters on Sunday with Zombies fella Rod Argent doing his own Desert Island Discs selection.
If you want to hear the tracks that have shaped the man, split with the bargain price of a fiver and enjoy from 11.30am.
In the evening join Tina Dico (turn back to City Nights for a peek inside her musical mind).
It is all quiet on the Stables front on Monday, but Tuesday presents inventive folk at the hands of Lau while on Wednesday, Lo Cor De La Plana will ‘explore their Occitan musical heritage in a new way, breaking the restrictions of traditional song.’
Go on, try something different.
Tickets and information on MK 280800.