On Stony ground
The Ultimate Beatles play live at The Cock in Stony Stratford tomorrow night as part of the Stony Live Festival billing, which is once again filling the town with 10 days of music and merriment.
The local boys have spent the past 15 years impersonating the Fab Four, during which time TUB have entertained many a celeb and played live everywhere from France and Latvia to Beirut!
They use the same equipment as the real deal, dress identically and promise that they’ll even let loose the same cheeky Liverpudlian wit that the real boys had by the bucketload.
Four half hour sets will represent the journey through The Beatles’ own career – from The Cavern Club buzz band to Abbey Road and plenty more along the way.
Tickets are £11 and you get them from Odells in the High Street.
> The TC3 will play live at York House in Stony Stratford this Saturday night.
You’ll possibly know Ian, Irene and Louise from Taylor’d Country, but this show will see them deliver a relaxed acoustic concert of some of their favourite songs.
Doors open at 7.30pm and the bar will cater for you.
Tickets are a fiver, and you can get them in advance direct from the venue.
> The Legendary Ten Seconds make a return to Stony Stratford this Sunday for an afternoon performance at The Cock Hotel.
The Torbay based trio will be giving you another chance to hear their songs about the life and times of Richard III, taken from their albums Loyaulte me lie, Tant le desiree and Richard III.
There will also be a book signing by Ricardian authors and Susan Bounaparte’s Loyalty Binds Us stall will sell its range of Wars of the Roses merchandise, from t-shirts and magnets to tea towels.
The band will be live from 1pm and tickets, £5, are on sale from the hotel, or Odell’s in the town.
> Cara Dillon’s Song Loft show at The Cock Hotel this evening is a long time sold out.