AN allotment may not strike you as one of the best places to encounter excitement but a new play turns what you thought you knew about gardening on its head.
Losing The Plot is a story of love – between people and the land, people and people and people and their giant vegetables!
Performed by Mikron, the show is out on tour and stops off at Inter-Action MK, Peartree Bridge this Sunday.
With a rollicking mix of old music hall tunes and brand new songs, big characters, inventive storytelling (and the odd scarecrow thrown in for good measure), Losing The Plot is a tale of earthy pleasures and pitchforks at dawn.
There is no need to book in advance as a pay-what-you-will collection will be taken after the performance.
> Meanwhile, Stantonbury Campus Theatre is getting ready for The Sound of Music (running from Tuesday June 19 to Sunday June 24) – unsurpassable theatrical entertainment from the MK Amateur Operatic Society stable.
Tickets are £16, concessions £13.
Looking ahead, and MKAOS also have pantomime plans in motion for Stantonbury this Christmas.
If you are interested in being part of ‘Puss in Boots and the Beanstalk’ there is a meeting on Sunday at 7.30pm in George Street Community Centre, Bletchley. Pop in!