All folked up at The Stables

Take those first tentative steps towards carving out an amateur career on-stage in Wavendon this Thursday evening.

The perfect opportunity to show off new or hidden talents, Over2U provides a safe environment with lots of other talented people supporting each other through their stage début.

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‘Nothing lasts forever’ but multi award-winning country and folk musician and singer-songwriter Charlie Landsborough has clocked up 25 albums and is still going strong.

Talented, funny, hard-working and good-natured – this performer has legions of fans and you can join them at The Stables on Friday evening whenhe brings his brand of country/spiritual music back to the venue.

Prepare to be blown away by the talent on offer from Wootton Upper School as they belt out some Beatles favourites on Saturday.

These young performers promise an evening of foot-tapping, non-stop musical entertainment and their ability and enthusiasm combined with tunes from the Fab Four is a sure-fire recipe for success. You’ll love them, yeah, yeah, yeah.

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Having experienced motherhood, divorce and MTV, award-winning comedian Katherine Ryan is out to prove that things in life that make us bitter can actually be quite delicious and hilarious - although it won’t be so funny if you are ticketless: The show is all sold-out.

Join in with performers on Sunday as the Ceilidh experience plays a feast of traditional tunes for dancers and folk fans of all ages.

A guest dance caller will guide you through the steps and no previous Ceilidh dance experience is needed.

Comedian Simon Evans is back with a brand new show and nothing and no-one is safe from the critical glint in his eye.

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Join him on Wednesday as he dismantles the lies – from fairy tales to post-match analysis – that baffle us all.

Also on Wednesday, folk roots band The Willows will bring their distinctively refreshing sound to audiences visiting stage 2.

This group captivates and inspires audiences everywhere they go so prepare to be charmed, particularly if the music of Alison Krauss and Laura Marling gets your vote...

Call the Box Office on MK 280800.

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