Embrace Eastern European culture this Thursday evening at The Stables as the four fabulous musicians collectively known as The Budapest Cafe Orchestra showcase their powerful folk-based music.
Violins, guitar, accordion, double bass, sax and balaika – the richness and dynamism of Balkan music will be expertly played in all its untamable glory.
Rolling Stone Keith Richards once described Alvin Stardust as the godfather of British rock ‘n’ roll and Alvin is bringing his inimitable stage act on Friday.
Put simply, if you love your rock, you will love Alvin live.
How deep is your love for the Bee Gees and the tunes that filled dance floors from the 60’s to the 90’s?
If you feel you should be dancing (see what we did there) and are ready for the full Bee Gees experience (costumes and all), Nights on Broadway present a tribute to the harmonising Gibb brothers on Saturday.
Only a few tickets remain for David Baddiel – Fame: Not the Musical on Sunday.
Society is obsessed with fame but only David is brave enough to talk honestly about what it is really like.
His meditation on a life lived in – and out – of the spotlight will have you laughing and reconsidering the lives lived by all celebrities, from the A list to the Zzzz list.
Kinks legend Ray Davies is unsurprisingly sold out on Monday but high-energy blues rock band Virgil and the Accelerators will give those eardrums something to get excited about on Tuesday.
Famed for their jaw-dropping live set, don’t miss the chance to see this feisty young band.
The Jam were the sound of British youth punk in the late 1970’s and Wednesday brings a rare opportunity to hear some of their top songs in a stripped-down setting.
From The Jam features former Jam bassist Bruce Foxton alongside with singer and guitarist Russell Hastings.
The duo will perform a selection of tunes from Bruce’s back catalogue, as well as songs from his new album, Back In The Room.
Avid fans will also get to wield the microphone for a question and answer session.
Call to book on MK 280800.