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Dick Whittington

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Sat 22 Dec 18 - Sat 5 January 18

 

Dick Whittington arrives in London Town seeking fame and fortune. Here he meets a magical cat, with a talent for catching rats that overrun the streets. These talents soon earn Dick a job working in Alderman  Fitzwarren's shop and when he falls in love with Alice, the boss's daughter, things are really looking up!

With a steady job and his cat ridding London of rats it looks like his dreams are coming true, but King Rat - and his army of rascally rodents - has other ideas. He hatches a plan that will soon havd dick fighting to save his good name, win back the heart of his true love and save the world from rat domnation!

There'll be old favourites and new faces as the Dreams'n'Wishes Team once again bring their traditional blend of songs, laughter and warm hearted family fun to the best little panto in Milton Keynes.

 

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Music Hall Tavern

MHT 201914 February 2019

7.30pm

 

The UK’s premier comedy drag show is back for its 6th year with a brand new hilarious fabulous glamorous show for 2019 !

Whatever your age, come along and join Mrs T and the “girls” from MHT this Spring for a truly magnificent night of dazzling costumes, side splitting laughter and a cast of unique characters singing and dancing all night long.

A feel-good night that will not only entertain and amuse you, but will leave you with unforgettable memories of the funniest night out of the year! 

Starring the sensational Paul Carroll as Mrs T, Lee Sanderson as Peggy Lee  and featuring the Showcase International Dancers.

 

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www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/525627

 

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Milton Keynes City Orchestra

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Friday 5th October 2018

7.30 p.m.

 

Conductor: Damian Iorio

 

Wagner - Siegfried Idyll

Tchaikovsky – Rococo Variations

Soloist: Sheku Kanneh-Mason

C.P.E. Bach - Symphony in D major

Haydn - Symphony No. 94 Surprise

 

Since winning BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2016 Sheku Kaneh-Mason’s career has taken off big time. His debut recording, Inspiration¸ released in February 2018, leapt into the classical charts; his solo performance at the Royal Wedding in May attracted the highest praise from those who were there and from millions of television viewers worldwide; and in June he won two Classic Brit awards – male artist of the year and the critics’ choice. We are thrilled to welcome Sheku to Milton Keynes.

Richard Wagner surprised his wife with the first performance of the Siegfried Idyll on her birthday on Christmas day 1870. Haydn’s 94th Symphony is known as the Surprise for good reason. And J.S Bach’s son’s Symphony will come as a very pleasant surprise to all who don’t already know it.

During this concert the MK Community Foundation will present the Christopher Hopkinson Memorial Bursary to the winner of their 2019 award for musical excellence. MKCO is delighted to partner MK Community Foundation to find a talented winner.

 

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Milton Keynes City Orchestra

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Friday 2nd November 2018

7.30 p.m.

Conductor: Damian Iorio

 

Schumann - Overture, Scherzo and Finale

Vaughan Williams - The Lark Ascending

Soloist:Yoon-Hee Kim

Saint-Saens - Introduction and Rondo capriccioso
Soloist:
Yoon-Hee Kim

 Beethoven - Symphony No. 7

The Lark Ascending is undoubtedly one of the most popular pieces in the classical repertoire. Vaughan Williams is said to have composed it while watching British troops embarking for France at the start of World War 1, so it is fitting that its meditational qualities shouldoccupy our senses as the centenary of the end of that war is commemorated.

To perform The Lark Ascending and play Saint-Saens’ Introduction and Rondo capriccioso we welcome the young Korean violinist Yoon-Hee Kim, a fast-rising star.

The programme concludes with Beethoven’s 7th symphony.  Popular since its first performance in 1813 it features, to memorable effect, on the soundtrack of the 2010 film The King’s Speech.

 

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