Bear hunt in Wavendon

Mark Steel comes to The Stables this week

Mark Steel comes to The Stables this week

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DAVID McAlmont is out on the road for the first time in years, answering the call of fans to put that belting voice back in the fray.

This evening finds him at The Stables, and David’s music will tell the stories of his his partnerships with Bernard Butler, Craig Armstrong, Gary Clarke and David Arnold through to his collaboration with Michael Nyman.

From belting vocals to an event that will bear-ly take an hour to get through, but will leave kiddies smiling for hours after.

Michael Rosen’s book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is bought to life with plenty of noise and fun!

Gigantic swishy swashy grass, a splishy splashy river and squelchy mud mingle with catchy songs, interactive scenes and hands-on adventure which is just perfect for three year olds and above.

Performances are at 1.30pm on Friday and 10.30am and 1.30pm on Saturday.

Bear-illiance!

From a giggling grizzly to a Lion Whisperer, the name of Milton Jones’ current show.

The Mock the Week regular is one of our most favoured, and yours too if ticket sales are anything to go by.

This date has been sold out for ages, although the chap is headed to MK Theatre later this year.

Aussie jazz exportsTrichotomy bring a touch of the avant-garde and a liberal spoonful of attitude to make their traditional recipe taste sweet.

Hear them at it on Friday too.

The Jimi Hendrix Experience rock up on Saturday evening from 8pm.

You know the songs, so we don’t need to waste the column inches, suffice to say that these guys do Jimi’s sounds proud.

Monday’s date by Alan Carr is all sold-out, which is hardly a surprise.

But you can still book for comedian Mark Steel, who arrives on Tuesday evening.

Join him and listen to his musings off the back of his current book The Meanderings of a Comic Mind in Confusion.

Adult material will feature, so this show is open only to those of the age legally allowed to smoke a cigarette, and over...

The Kast off Kinks are a collective of former members of the band, delivering all of the hits that you expect, and want to hear.

London-based singer-songwriter Sumudu will cap off the week.

Big things are expected from the girl who is being favourably compared to Eva Cassidy and Karen Carpenter.

Her debut album Waiting For You is out now and she will be in Stage 2 on Wednesday evening

Call the box office on MK 280800.