February Fun

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Swinging Songwriters! It SWUNG!

Friday 03 February 2017, 08.15 pm – 11.00 pm

FULL HOUSE for the homage to those superb songwriters who felt that it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing. Many thanks to the excellent and fun “Dirty Bizness”, and to the sublimely jazzy Sharon Watson & Dick Clarke


Here’s video for you to enjoy:


COMEDY COW – a hilarious full house

Saturday 04 February 2017, 8.00pm

Another sell-out for Comedy Cow, with headliner Alexis Dubus.

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 Alice in Stonyland – pantomime jollity

A specially-written pantomime taking young Alice to Stony Stratford saw four well-attended performances on February 17th, 18th and 19th and a feast of fun. Well done to creator, Danni Kushner, and to all the performers and production team.

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Merriment in March

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 Comedy Cow

Saturday 04 March 2017, 8.00pm

sorry-sold-out Another rip-roaring sell-out show for the ever popular first Saturday of the month of top-quality stand-up comedy. Next one up is April 1st (yes it is).

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Saf’s Curry Night

Saturday 11 March 2017, 7.30pm

sorry-sold-out  Indubitably a Saftastic night at York House, with a capacity crowd enjoying a FEASTful of amazing curries and trimmings. This was Saf’s and York House’s first pop-up restaurant, but it WILL NOT BE THE LAST for either.

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Whose Turn is it Anyway?

Saturday 18 March 2017, 08.00 pm – 10.00 pm

A highly successful and hilarious night for our first night of comedy improvisation? Happy organiser, David Lovesey, has just booked July 1st and October 21st for future pleasure.

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MKBiergarten Spring Beer Festival

Saturday 25th March 2017, noon to 10pm

What a jolly time was had by hundreds of people sampling German and English beers, with some exotic craft beers as the main feature. The rhubarb cider went well, too! The Hufferpuffers huffed and puffed through an eclectic selection of tunes, and Urban Grilla and Good Times Cafe provided the edible deliciousness. Watch out for Oktoberfest on the 28th (of October, of course).


Bygone Stony – packed!

The Bygone Stony exhibition at York House had 450+ visitors and there was a terrific buzz as memories were stirred, or discoveries were made by new residents of the town. Not only that but the usual great generosity of Stony people came into play and a whopping £276 magically appeared in the donations bucket – this will go to future York House community events. Thanks to all the photo contributors, to John Hawkins for the slide-show, to my able assistants, and to all those who came along and made it worthwhile. Thanks also to MK50 for putting on the celebrations.

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