One World, loads of potential

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The One World Show is back on Monday night, flavouring up the start of the new week with a cocktail of plenty at the MK Discovery Centre at Bradwell Abbey.

Outfield are topping the bill with pop standards coming thick and fast.

Also stepping up for the bash, Marique and her middle eastern dance troupe Rashiqa will perform traditional, modern and fusion style belly-dance.

Don Perera meanwhile will show some stunning flamenco work, while Nigerian-born Ayo will cut loose soul and pop to rouse you from your seats.

But wait, as a famous comedian used to say, ‘there’s more...’

Duo Whistler’s Accomplice will deliver raucous medieval to modern melancholy.

New pop-duo Padarus, Swedish performer Natalie Shen, and Bollywood dancers will all add fizz to the affair.

“With such a mix, how could anybody not want to be part of this free night out for all ages, races, cultures and genders?” asks organiser Andy Gilbert.

And of course, there is no good answer.