The perfect festive appetiser: hearty food, glow-inducing drinks, and lots of laughter provided by top-line stand-up comedians. See the What’s On Calendar for December 10th for details.
Take a look at our Lantern Project page for details of another glorious success, and some stunning pictures – watch out especially for Spike the Dragon, Pegasus the Flying Horse, The Wizard of Brill, and the Mayor & Mayoress of Milton Keynes.
It’s Panto time again! Act Out & Act Up are delighted to present ‘Jack and the Bard’s Talk’ for some rip-roaring Stony Christmas fun.
There will be 2 performances – Friday 16 December at 6pm (doors 5.30pm) and Saturday 17 December at 2.30pm (doors 2.00pm). See the What’s On calendar for more details about tickets etc.
Hoping this link will take you to Derek Gibbons’ video:
The photo is for the little girl who was the happy recipient of the Mayor of Milton Keynes’ lantern. Sorry about the quality, mum. If you email me c/o http://email@example.com. I’ll send you a larger image.
Saturday 14 January 2017 02.30 pm – 05.00 pm
Then 11th March, and every 2nd Saturday bi-monthly thereafter.
(a StonyWords! event)
Saturday January 21st and Sunday January 22nd 2017, 2.00pm – 5.00pm both days
The highly-popular exhibition returns with more photos and news clippings and less Blu-Tack
Saturday 28 January 2017, 08.00 pm – 10.30 pm
Those naughty British kings in the 17th century got up to all sorts, as documented by Princess Michael of Kent. Come and be intrigued.
Friday 03 February 2017, 08.15 pm – 11.00 pm
Homage to those superb songwriters who felt that it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing.
Saturday 04 February 2017, 12.00 am
Returning after its Christmas break, the ever-popular Comedy Cow is back with more guaranteed hilarity. Future shows at York House will be on the first Saturday of the month.
THIS EVENT IS HAPPILY:
Crumpets & Carols is back for a second year of fun and carol singing hosted by the Innocent Hare folk band and friends. Guests should bring their best voices!
See What’s On calendar for December 17th.
Over 460 people enjoyed Oktoberfest when MKBiergarten (Wolverton) and York House joined forces to bring you Stony’s first celebration of the great German beer festival.
The beer flowed, as did the conversations and the merriment. as the sun began to set, the light returned courtesy of the splendid brass band joyfully encouraging Gemütlichkeit – good cheer!
Another highly successful family Big Draw at York House Centre this October. Here’s a review and pictures.
Have a click!
‘Made in MK’ Awards 2016
York House Centre were delighted to be nominated and then short-listed for the ‘Best Community Project’ category at the inaugural ‘Made in MK’ awards organised by OneMK.
Jill Taylor (Trustee) and Fiona Trinder (Centre Manager) attended the awards ceremony at the Mercure Parkside Hotel in Woughton on the Green. We had a fantastic time – sadly York House Centre didn’t win our award but congratulations to The Black Sheep Collective (Bar Bar Black Sheep in Wolverton) who did, they also took the overall award. Congratulations also to our friends at MK Biergarten, Virtual Orchard and Hornes Brewery who all took awards home.
See a full list of winners at:-
A reminder that the new season of weekly meditation sessions will start on Monday, September 5th. See the What’s On calendar for more information