WHOSE Turn is It Anyway? is back this weekend, but at the new hosting venue of The Cruck Barn at Bradwell Abbey.
“It’s the same comedy improvisation show you know and love – but in a brand new venue,” say organisers.
“It’s got a bar, lots of free parking, a nice atmosphere – who cares what the comedy is like?”
If you do care, it will be very funny and quite possibly very naughty.
For that reason uder 16s won’t be allowed in.
If you like raucous funnies and bad language make tracks to Bradwell Abbey (or speak to GO!s editor) at 7.30pm.
Tickets are £8, but a quid cheaper if you reserve in advance.
To do that, you need to email email@example.com or call up 07515 357228.
> THE Open Film Society invites you to sit back and enjoy Romanian delivery The Happiest Girl in the World this Wednesday night.
The ‘humane comedy’ gets two big screen outings, at 6.15pm and 8.45pm.
For more information visit www.openfilmsociety.co.uk
> STANTONBURY Campus Theatre plays host to a student production of Oklahoma! from Wednesday, through to March 2nd.
Tickets are £8.
For more details or to make a booking give the box office a call on MK 324422.
> THE ANCC, All Nations Community Choir, is recruiting new members for a UK tour.
If you can rap, dance, beat box, clap, snap, sway, whistle, play an instrument, act DJ, skateboard or model,’ organisers want you to audition at the MK Gallery space this Saturday, from 4pm.
Under 18s need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Call 07438 186443 with enquiries.