Some outstanding shows are making their way to Milton Keynes Theatre later this month for one night only.
Join Jake and Elwood for two hours of the very best Blues, Motown and Soul (oh, and plenty of laughs too) when THE CHICAGO BLUES BROTHERS mosey on down into town on Sunday, June 28.
South African choral legends Ladysmith Black Mambazo join world class dancers from The Royal Ballet and Rambert, in an unique artistic collaboration that fuses Zulu traditions with classical ballet and contemporary dance. The critically acclaimed INALA comes to Milton Keynes Theatre on Monday, June 29.
Celebrating its 40th anniversary year, Milton Keynes City Orchestra performs a programme that includes music by Borodin, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with soloist, Stanislav Khristenko on Tuesday, June 30.
In Colin Fry’s own words, ‘the show must go on’.
So, despite the fact that he has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, ‘The People’s Medium’ is still planning to appear on stage on Wedneday, July 1, supported by fellow spiritual messengers Tara Coyle and Barrie John.
Summer’s here and the time is right for dancing in the... aisles? Girls’ nights out don’t come hotter than this as the lads of The Dreamboys get ‘em off in their brand new action-packed show, Where Dreams Become Reality on Thu 2 Jul.
Kevin Bridges: A Whole Different Story on Friday, July 3, is just a few seats off being sold out so you’ll have to hurry if you want to grab the last tickets.
Now, if you want to Take It Easy, come to Milton Keynes Theatre on Saturday, July 4, and listen to the sounds of the iconic Californian band, The Eagles.
The world’s official No. 1 tribute band, The Illegal Eagles, cruise through all the hits including Hotel California, Take it to the Limit and, of course, Take It Easy. It is, after all, the start of summer.