Milton Keynes Museum turns back the clock this weekend, and takes us all back to the 1940’s.
Step back to the wartime years and embrace songs from the era courtesy of Miss Lola Lamour, and if you feel like a sing-song of your own, singing Major James Cooper Watson will be able to help you with that – promising sing-a-longs and musical entertainment in large supply.
Three home guard battalions will be in attendance, and a free French military display of artefacts will be ready for you to look over.
This annual event on the MK Museum calendar is a favourite with folks who flock to the Wolverton haunt, and small surprise, for the family friendly space will be bustling with brilliant things to do and see.
The Ministry of Food will be on hand, and there will be a home front display to engage with.
Motoring enthusiasts can busy themselves with the assembly of military and civilian vehicles from the era, while vintage fans will have lots of cool stalls to look over...and spend pennies on!
A vintage tea room will be serving up the hot stuff, and when you’ve sipped, feel free to shake into movement on the dance floor.
If tea doesn’t excite you as much as a little tipple, the bar at the old Angel house will be operational.
The Fabulous 40’s weekend will see you on Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 4.30pm.
For more details tap to www.mkmuseum.org.uk
> That Time of the Month Comedy Club time is back at The Cannon in Newport Pagnell this Sunday evening, and the ‘classic mixed bill is being headlined by David Trent.
Settle back and watch Trent bring high energy commentary on celebrity culture and topical news stories, using projection and an extremely effective frenetic style of video editing.
Doors open at 7pm and tickets are a fiver in advance.
Visit www.wegottickets.com/event/314986 to make a connection.