This week’s line-up at The Stables

The Full English: Live at The Stables
The Full English: Live at The Stables

The Stables has plenty of prime cuts of sounds for you this week, and as you might expect with quality, lots of it is sold out!

Tickets are still available for Imagination with Leee John tomorrow evening though.

If you like it it funky, so to speak, Imagination are for you, and they promise to deliver a couple of newbie tracks too – Truth and Krash will figure alongside staples including Just An Illusion and Body Talk.

The last time we checked there were a handful of balcony tickets left for Joe Brown, who will show off the skills that have given him one of the longest, most fruitful careers in the industry.

And he’s a nice fella to boot.

A recipient of the MBE, he has also bagged Mojo magazine’s Outstanding Contribution to Music award, and he deserves it.

If you are lucky and can take one of those few remaining tickets, you’ll see why, first hand.

Over on Stage 2, Yvonne Lyon will take control.

The Scottish lassie will be pulling from her new long-player Ashes & Gold, which has been gathering awesome reviews in earnest.

Fragile and intense, she goes live from 8.45pm.

TG Collective take over in the intimate room on Saturday night from 8.45pm with an ‘intriguing, instrumental mix of gypsy-jazz, flamenco and contemporary classical originals and arrangements,’ and funny fella Andy Parsons, the man who mocks the week, will stand-up on Sunday night.

Every last ticket has been nabbed though, so don’t hassle the box office.

Robyn Hitchcock, whose new album Love From London, ‘celebrate s life in a culture imperilled by economic and environmental collapse’ is up on Monday, and there are standing tickets only to see blues guitarist Walter Trout go all fret-ful on Tuesday on the main stage, while The Young’Uns command on Stage 2. Last up, and all but sold-out on Wednesday is The Full English Project, above, an all enticing collaborative project featuring Fay Hield, Seth Lakman, Martin Simpson, Nancy Kerr, Sam Sweeney, Rob Harbron and Ben Nicholls.

Those of you with tickets are in for one heck of a show.

Box office: MK 280800.