The Vinylettes will get you in a spin

Always up for a sing-song - The Vinylettes
Always up for a sing-song - The Vinylettes

MAKNG room for our Panto spectacular means that The Stables has temporarily moved home, for one week only, in this GO! section.

In reality though, it naturally remains on solid ground at Wavendon.

And here’s this week’s enticements for you...

Tomorrow night, local singer-songwriter Martyna takes over at the keys for a set of class.

She was the first artist to be featured on BBC Radio 2’s Business of Sound and is making friends on the station, like Richard Allinson.

“Martyna has an incredible voice that will take you to places you’ll want to visit again and again,” he said. Not a bad press bite, eh?

On Saturday, three girls will most certainly get you in the groove, how could this singing trio fail in their bid, when they are called The Vinylettes?

Accomplished jazz singers with a passion for the vocal arts of yesteryear.

Expect to hear delights like Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy and Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree and you won’t be disappointed.

Good fun in exchange for 15 quid.

On Sunday, Buddy Holly & The Cricketers will chirp out the good stuff from a long departmed man whose songs still sound awesome – when rock n roll was real it was passionate, and Buddy Holly was among the best exponents, with a huge catalogue of class to his name – That’ll Be The Day, Peggy Sue and Oh Boy! don’t sound dated, they just remind us how dodgy some of today’s artists really are!

The tone of the new week will be set with a giggle, courtesy of John Shuttleworth and his new show, A Man With No More Rolls.

Join Sheffield’s finest synthesizer player and twaddle talker from 8pm. Over 16s only, in case the language gets a bit fruity.

Last up this week, The Blues Band make one of their familiar stop-offs at the venue, but its not only here that they regularly play – they have been welcomed to the Glastonbury Festival no fewer than seven times.

Call with bookings on MK 280800.