Check the What’s On calendar for full details of each event.
Friday, 5th (5.00 – 10.00pm): EATSTREET
The first Friday of the month gourmet streetfood. What exotic delights await us this time?
Friday, 5th (8.00 – 11.00pm): Performers Night @The Song Loft
Your chance to shine with song, tune, or verse. Turn up and say hello.
Saturday, 6th (8.00 – 10.30): Whose Turn is it Anyway?
nth return of the popular madcap improvised comedy night, when YOU choose the subject matter.
Wednesday, 10th (8.00 – 9.30pm): Stony Tracks with Caz Tricks
Derek’s guest this month is Caz Tricks, major player on the local theatre scene, with a fascinating past in the arts. Hear about her life, see her photos, and listen to her favourite music.
Saturday, 13th (10.00 – 4.00pm): York House Arts for All
FREE family arts event – just drop in and create something to add to the theme of “Beside the Seaside”. Materials provided.
Saturday, 13th (8.15 – 10.30pm): Just One Alberto
If you enjoyed the outlandish and zany performances of Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias (remember “Head Down No-Nonsense Mindless Boogie”?) then front-man, CP Lee’s, one-man “tribute” involving a ukulele, will be just for you.
Friday, 19th (8.00 – 11.00pm): Ninebarrow @The Song Loft
BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Nominees 2017 Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo, who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition.
Saturday, 20th (1.30 – 3.30pm): Michele Welborn’s Beechey Room Session
A lovely afternoon recital for your pleasure.
Saturday, 20th (2.30 – 4.00pm): A Talk by Michael Jones on The Black Prince.
Another of the popular Richard III Society’s gatherings.
Saturday, 20th (8.00 – 10.30pm): A Pointless Quiz for York House
The team with the fewest points wins. Following the format of the TV show but with all team answers. Teams of up to six – best to book your slot.
Sunday, 21st (2.00 – 3.30): The Women’s Land Army in WW1.
In the Beechey Room (rear entrance).
Hear about the quite incredible contribution made by this oft-forgotten, overlooked ‘Army’ of women who, during The Great War years were recruited mainly from towns and cities to work on the land; often for the first time in large numbers.
Saturday, 17th (noon – 10.00pm): Oktoberfest
Third return of MK Biergarten’s big Oktoberfest at York House. Special Bierfest German beers, and English real ale bar, pretzels, dirndls, and – of course – an oompah band.