Full programme announced for IF Milton Keynes International Festival

IF Milton Keynes International Festival

IF Milton Keynes International Festival

Giant insects stalking the city streets…an immersive night-time adventure in the woods…a Circus Hub in an iconic shopping centre…a new composition for multiple bicycle bells… a political ghost train ride…

From 20 to 29 July, IF: Milton Keynes International Festival will transform the physical spaces of Milton Keynes and invite people to see a different side of the city with 10 days of new outdoor theatre, large and small-scale performance, circus, stand-up comedy, live music, family activities and free events.

For 2018, Festival director Monica Ferguson and creative director Bill Gee have put together a programme of performance exploring migration, identity, community and home, including a number of UK premieres.

EVENTS AND INSTALLATIONS

Sarruga: Insectes

Friday 20 July, Central Milton Keynes

The Festival is known for the spectacular quality of its opening event. This year, as dusk becomes darkness, Catalan company Sarruga light up the streets with their super-sized Insectes, giant cycle-powered steam-breathing ants, spiders and praying mantises. Driven by a stirring soundtrack they promenade through the city centre streets towards a firework finale in Campbell Park.

Friday 20 July, 9.45pm with firework finale at 10.30pm (timings approximate)

Central Milton Keynes, starts at intu Milton Keynes (Saxon Gate East side) and finishes in Campbell Park

Theater Tol: Life of Tree

Friday 20 to Sunday 29 July, Campbell Park

An installation of large-scale illuminated dresses by Belgian company Theater Tol, Life of Tree honours women who have made a significant contribution to history including Simone de Beauvoir and Florence Nightingale. Life of Tree is both memorial and meeting place – under each dress audiences hear music and spoken word, an ode to the inspiring woman the dress represents. Theater Tol will present a dance performance to accompany the installation on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July.

Friday 20 to Sunday 29 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park
Installation: Friday 20 to Sunday 29 July

Dance performances: Saturday 28 July, 12.10pm, 1.45pm and 3.20pm and Sunday 29 July, 12.10pm, 1.45pm and 4.10pm

Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

For The Birds

Friday 20 to Monday 23 July & Wednesday 25 to Saturday 28 July, Linford Manor Park

An immersive night-time adventure, For the Birds broke box office attendance records at Brighton Festival. For this high summer incarnation, audiences arrive at a woodland location and embark on a self-guided journey along a trail of installations – performances, sound, projections and kinetic sculptures – which celebrate birds in song, movement and flight. Artists including Mark Anderson, Jony Easterby, Kathy Hinde, Ulf Pedersen and Pippa Taylor explore the boundaries between raw elemental materials, natural dynamics, sound technology and composition.
Friday 20 to Monday 23 July and Wednesday 25 to Saturday 28 July

9.15pm, 9.30pm9.45pm10pm10.15pm10.30pm10.45pm11pm

Linford Manor Park, Great Linford, nearest postcode MK14 5AX

Tickets £15, Under 16s £13, Universal Credit concession £10, Family (4 people, max 2 adults) £52

 

NEW COMMISSION

Bicycle Bell-ero composed by Craig McLeish

Sunday 22 July, MK Rose, Campbell Park

Bicycle Bell-ero is a new music performance for massed tuned bicycle bells by Milton Keynes-based composer Craig McLeish. Dozens of cyclists will play on specially-tuned cycle bells created from re-purposed handbells. They cycle along the Redways surrounding Campbell Park, marking the locations and routes with new soundscapes, coming together for a full performance of the new composition at the MK Rose.

Sunday 22 July, cycling from 2pm, performance at 3pm

Starts and finishes at the MK Rose, Campbell Park MK9 4AJ

Free

NEW COMMISSION

Back to Back Theatre: The Democratic Set MK

Monday 23 – Wednesday 25 July (filming) Friday 27 July (screening), Central Milton Keynes

The Democratic Set explores the belief that all people are, in principle, equal and should enjoy the same social, political and economic rights and opportunities. Australia’s Back to Back Theatre, which has an ensemble of learning disabled performers at its creative core, is working with Milton Keynes residents and community groups, including migrant communities, learning disabled adults and homeless people. They create an enclosed performance space to film a series of short live performances and video portraits. The space acts as a visual soap box where participants can project their own understanding of democracy, equality and citizenship. The resulting film offers a unique portrait of its host community.

Filming: Monday 23 to Wednesday 25 July in Queen’s Court, centre:mk MK9 3ES

Screening: Friday 27 July, 7pm in the Vagabond Cinema Dome, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

UK PREMIERE TOUR

THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE

Dries Verhoeven: Phobiarama

20 to 29 July, Campbell Park
Dutch theatre maker and visual artist Dries Verhoeven invites his audiences on board a political ghost train for an immersive excursion through our angst-fuelling media landscape, so flawlessly exploited by politicians, terrorists, marketers and the spinners of fake news. Sitting in fairground cars, the audience is brought face to face with the ever-increasing threats and paranoia engulfing a society obsessed with safety and perfection. These are now the only UK performances of Phobiarama after LIFT.

Friday 20 to Monday 23 July and Wednesday 25 to Sunday 29 July

Sessions at 3.30pm, 4.30pm5.30pm6.30pm8.30pm9.30pm and 10.30pm

No 10.30pm slot on Friday 20 July

Next to Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £15, Universal Credit concession £10

The HandleBards: Romeo and Juliet

Saturday 21 July, Fred Roche Gardens, 406 Silbury Boulevard MK9 2ND

The female crew of The HandleBards arrive in Milton Keynes to present their riotous and funny open-air version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

Saturday 21 July, 2pm and 6.30pm

Fred Roche Gardens, 406 Silbury Boulevard MK9 2ND

Free but ticketed

UK PREMIERE

Schweigman& with Slagwerk Den Haag: For The Time Being

Sunday 23 and Monday 24 July, Milton Keynes Theatre
Dutch artist Boukje Schweigman, artistic director of Utrecht’s Schweigman& creates wordless visual and musical theatre which sharpens the senses. Here she works with percussion group Slagwerk Den Haag to create For The Time Being, a playful experiment with the audience’s experience of time. This promenade performance is at Milton Keynes Theatre which sees the venue taking part in the Festival for the first time.

Sunday 22 July, 4pm and 8pm / Monday 23 July, 1.30pm, 4pm and 8pm

Milton Keynes Theatre, 500 Marlborough Gate MK9 3NZ

Tickets £15, Under 16s £13, Universal Credit concession £10, Family (4 people, max 2 adults) £52

ENGLISH PREMIERE
Karine Polwart & The Royal Lyceum Company: Wind Resistance

Thursday 26 – Saturday 28 July, The Stables, Wavendon

An alchemic mix of song and story, Wind Resistance is the debut theatre work from the award-winning singer-songwriter Karine Polwart. A poetic meditation on motherhood, medicine, nature and history, it is inspired by Fala Flow, a protected peat-bog two miles from Polwart’s Midlothian home where every autumn 2,500 pink-footed geese fly from Iceland and Greenland to spend the winter.

Thursday 26 to Saturday 28 July, 8pm

The Stables, Stockwell Lane, Wavendon MK17 8LU

Tickets £27.50

CIRCUS SHOWS IN THE CIRCUS HUB, MIDDLETON HALL, CENTRE:MK

For the 10 days of this year’s Festival, Middleton Hall in centre:mk, the Festival’s headline sponsors and Milton Keynes’ Grade II listed shopping centre, will become the location for a specially-built Circus Hub hosting international circus and acrobatic shows, marking 250 years of circus in the UK.

 

Companyìa Vavel Circus: Garbuix 
Friday 20 to Sunday 22 July, Circus Hub, Middleton Hall, centre:mk

Catalan company Vavel’s zany and comic circus show is performed by five women from five different countries. Garbuix is jam-packed with their physical and linguistic tricks, music, game playing, bicycles – and a big white bear.

Friday 20 to Sunday 22 July11am and 3pm each day

Middleton Hall, centre:mk MK9 3EP

£8, Under 16s £7, Universal Credit concession £5, Family (4 people, max 2 adults) £28

Sur Mesure: Fillage

Monday 23 & Tuesday 24 July, Circus Hub, Middleton Hall, centre:mk
Belgian company Sur Mesure bring together musicians, instrument manufacturers, woodworkers and circus artists in Fillage, a combination of spectacular trampolining, acrobatics, juggling and specially composed live music.

Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 July11am and 3pm each day

Middleton Hall, centre:mk MK9 3EP

£8, Under 16s £7, Universal Credit concession £5, Family (4 people, max 2 adults) £28

NoFit State Circus & Motionhouse: Block

Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 July, Circus Hub, Middleton Hall, centre:mk
Block is a fusion of dance and circus that pushes the limits of both art forms, using daring physicality and split-second timing. Twenty oversized blocks, fashioned to resemble giant concrete Jenga blocks, are deconstructed and reformed into an infinite variety of shapes for the performers to play on, move with and explore.

Wednesday 25 July, 11am and 3pm / Thursday 26 July, 10am and 1pm

Middleton Hall, centre:mk MK9 3EP

£8, Under 16s £7, Universal Credit concession £5, Family (4 people, max 2 adults) £28

UK PREMIERE

Groupe Acrobatique de Tanger: Halka

Friday 27 to Sunday 29 July, Circus Hub, Middleton Hall, centre:mk

This Moroccan collective of 14 acrobats and musicians – the biggest company that the Festival has ever brought to Milton Keynes – offer their perspective on their hometown of Tangier. Halka takes its audiences on a journey through bustling market places, cafés and beaches, with a combination of traditional and contemporary acrobatics, tumbling and high-flying human pyramids. Having previously worked with a number of international male directors, Halka is directed by female company member, Abdeliazide Senhadji.

Friday 27 to Sunday 29 July, 2.30pm each day

Middleton Hall, centre:mk MK9 3EP

Tickets £16, Under 16s £14, Universal Credit concession £10, Family (4 people, max 2 adults) £56

The Circus Hub is also hosting a Free Curiosities Fair featuring The Strange Travel of Mr Tonet and The Strong Lady

Tombs Creatius Company: The Strange Travel of Mr Tonet

Friday 20 – Sunday 29 JulyCircus Hub, Middleton Hall, centre:mk

The fantastical life and adventures of Mr Tonet are revealed by solving the puzzles created by the skilled makers of Catalonia’s Tombs Creatius. Crafted from discarded objects and recycled old furniture, ingenious games combine mechanical movement, light and sound.

Friday 20 to Sunday 29 July10am to 5pm (except when a Circus Hub show is on)

Middleton Hall, centre:mk MK9 3EP

Free

The Strong Lady

Friday 27 and Sunday 29 July, Circus Hub, Middleton Hall, centre:mk

A genuine strong woman, Australia’s Betty Brawn performs her classic street theatre show with brute strength and beauty. Shattering gender clichés with an exhilarating array of stunts, she tears thick books in half with her bare hands, twists solid metal, snaps steel chains and performs the Human Carousel, carrying the weight of two gigantic men.

Friday 27 and Saturday 28 July10.30am and 12.30pm / Sunday 29 July, 12.30pm

Middleton Hall, centre:mk MK9 3EP

Friday 27, Saturday 28 JulySunday 29 July

Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

OTHER CIRCUS

Casus: Driftwood

Friday 20 and Saturday 21 July, The Speigeltent, Campbell Park

Driftwood is a beautiful and intimate display of choreography, acrobatics, trapeze and aerial stunts. The phenomenal performers of young Australian circus company Casus reveal our innate need for human contact where, in a moment of danger, a grasping hold is survival.

Friday 20 and Saturday 21 July, 7pm / Sunday 22 July, 2.30pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £21.50, Under 16s £18.50, Universal Credit £14, Family of 4 (max 2 adults) £74

The Strong Lady

The Strong Lady is also at Festival Central in Campbell Park.

Friday 27 July at 6.30pmSaturday 28 July at 3.50pmSunday 29 July at 3.20pm and 5.50pm

Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

CABARET

The Gilded Lili Revue

Friday 27 & Saturday 28 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Ms Lili La Scala, decadent diva of vintage glamour and divine Mistress of Ceremonies, is back with her cabaret reprobates in two rollicking late-night shows, Lili presents her dazzling cabaret spectacular with a variety smorgasbord of international comedy, burlesque, music and more. With Havana Hurricane, Elliot Mason, Pi the Mime, Scarlett Daggers – and, of course, Lili herself.

Friday 27 and Saturday 28 July, 10pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £16

Suitable for 16+

COMEDY

Mark Watson: This Is Half Way To Being A Show

Sunday 22 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

After fending off death on Bear Grylls’ Celebrity Island TV show, Mark Watson returns to what he’s best at – being indoors. This multi-award-winning writer and TV comedy star offers witty food for thought, audience interactions and all sorts of other fun in this work-in-progress show.

Sunday 22 July, 8pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £17

Tom Allen: Absolutely 

Friday 27 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Tom Allen, the sharply dressed, well-spoken, disparagingly camp comedian son of working class Bromley, embarks on his debut solo tour. Allen has honed his unique style of sharp, acerbic wit and riotous storytelling since starting as a stand up at 22, then winning both So You Think You’re Funny in Edinburgh and the BBC New Comedy Awards.

Friday 27 July, 7.30pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £14

CHILDREN AND FAMILY

Le Théâtre de la Toupine: Cow Go Round & Mooh Organ

Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park

An ingenious carousel of extraordinary cows is cleverly crafted from wood, scrap and leather. Whilst children aged 2 to 6 years old get to climb onto the carousel, it only goes round if the grown-ups milk the mechanical cow that provides all the power. The ride is accompanied by cowbell mooh-music from the wonderfully inventive Mooh Organ.

Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 July, 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 5pm both days

Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

Theatre of Widdershins: Treasure Chest Tales and Furry Tales

Saturday 21 July & Sunday 22 July: Festival Central, Campbell Park

Incorporating music, puppets and audience interaction, Widdershins skilfully brings a

series of magical stories to life. Enchanting tales from across the world told with gusto to delight and entertain all ages. Treasure Chest Tales: Stone Soup, Granny Dumpling and The Princess and the Pea. Furry Tales: Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks and Three Billy Goats Gruff.

Saturday 21 July: Treasure Chest Tales

Sunday 22 JulyFurry Tales

11am12.50pm and 2.40pm both days

Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

How It Ended: The Little Gardener

Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park

This interactive adaptation of Emily Hughes’ popular book The Little Gardener is performed inside a greenhouse containing a real garden. Children can meet the little gardener and the garden that means everything to him and help bring his garden to life.
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 July

11:50am, 1.40pm, 3.30pm both days

Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Suitable for all, recommended for ages 2 – 6.

Free

Monski Mouse: Baby Disco Dance Hall

Saturday 28 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Australian DJ Monski Mouse strikes a balance between anthems for the grown-ups and tracks for the children, combining retro dance tracks and funky nursery rhymes. Part of the dance floor is set up with a soft furnished ‘baby area’ where non-walkers can roll around to the music too.

Saturday 28 July, 2.30pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £8, Universal Credit concession £5, Family (4 people, max 2 adults) £28

Free for babies under 6 months

Bootworks: The JukeBoxes

Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park

Two beautiful 1950’s Jukeboxes spring to life to re-create classic pop music videos.

In a lip-syncing musical medley, Bootworks’ performers use props, masks and puppets (and terrible wigs!) to animate favourite pop songs past and present.

Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July

At intervals throughout both days

Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

Comedy Club 4 Kids & Simple Politics: How Does This Politics Thing Work Then?

Sunday 29 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Tatton Spiller (Simple Politics) and Tiernan Douieb (Comedy Club 4 Kids, CBBC’s The Slammer) make sense of politics and make it fun. The audience may not be able to vote yet but they have opinions and know the world they want to see.

Sunday 29 July, 11.30am Simple Politics: How Does This Politics Thing Work Then?

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £6, Universal Credit £5 Unreserved seating

Suitable for ages 7+

Comedy Club 4 Kids

The best stand-ups and sketch acts from the international circuit do their thing for an audience of children, creating a proper comedy club – without the rude bits!

Sunday 29 July, 2pm The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £6, Universal Credit £5 Unreserved seating

Suitable for ages 7+

TALKING SHOP: TALKS AND DEBATES

For The Birds

Sunday 22 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park

For The Birds artists discuss working in Milton Keynes to create a unique night-time experience with Mark Anderson, Jony Easterby, Kathy Hinde and a spokesperson from The Parks Trust.

Sunday 22 July, 11.30am – 12.15pm

Arabian Tent, Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

 

Brexitarama

Monday 23 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park

A discussion about international culture in a post-Brexit landscape, the panel will include Dries Verhoeven, creator of Phobiarama, and Alison Woods of NoFit State Circus.

Monday 23 July, 5.45pm – 6.45pm

Arabian Tent, Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

 

Home Open Forum

Thursday 26 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park

An open discussion about what ‘home’ means in relation to the making of The Democratic Set in Milton Keynes. With Back to Back Theatre, Dr Agnes Czajka, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Studies at the Open University and Richard DeDomenici, artist and film-maker.

Thursday 26 July, 3.30pm – 5.30pm

Arabian Tent, Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

In Conversation: Jenny Sealey MBE

Sunday 29 July, Festival Central, Campbell Park

Festival Director Monica Ferguson talks with Jenny Sealey, CEO and Artistic Director of Graeae Theatre Company which places D/deaf and disabled actors centre stage and challenges preconceptions.

Sunday 29 July, 11.30am – 12.15pm

Arabian Tent, Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Free

 

MUSIC IN THE STABLES SPIEGELTENT

The Stables Spiegeltent, programmed by Alison Young, head of programming and producing at The Stables, has been a hit since its first outing in 2010 and will again provide the best in music, comedy and cabaret throughout the Festival in 2018.

The Puppini Sisters

Friday 20 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park Tickets £27.50

With impeccable retro style, The Puppini Sisters rework modern pop as vintage swing and add zest to timeless classics. Famed for their gorgeous and immaculate Andrews Sisters-style close harmonies, the Sisters have a legion of fans worldwide, have collaborated with Michael Bublé and have five albums under their waist-clinching belts.

Friday 20 July, 9pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £27.50

Brother Strut

Saturday 21 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park
Driven by a love of funk, blues and 1960’s/70’s soul, Brother Strut deliver unparalleled live shows. Exciting and electric, the band is made up of some of the finest musicians around who have played with iconic artists including Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner and Amy Winehouse.

Saturday 21 July, 9pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £21

Addictive TV: Orchestra of Samples
With special guests Evelyn Glennie & Alejandro de Valera
Support: Jally Kebba Susso

Monday 23 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Pioneering audio-video remixers and electronic duo Addictive TV have spent six years collaborating with musicians around the world. The Orchestra of Samplesfeatures international artists from Brazil, Kazakhstan, Egypt, Senegal, Colombia, Bhutan and across Europe, ingeniously sampled and spliced together to create a digital supergroup who have never met but play together on-screen. This one-off musical journey without borders will feature world-famous percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie and guitar virtuoso Alejandro de Valera.
Monday 23 July, 8pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £22.50

 

CC Smugglers

Support: Emma McGrath
Tuesday 24 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

This six-piece outfit plays great, original music with showmanship and swagger. Echoes of American folk, swing, jazz, country, ragtime and bluegrass combine with contemporary references to hip hop, metal, dubstep, house and dancehall!

Tuesday 24 July, 7.45pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £16.50

Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band

Support: The Black Feathers

Wednesday 25 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Eliza Carthy and the twelve-piece Wayward Band champion the vibrancy of today’s traditional music, ‘the last truly underground music scene’, with a big band and big sound.

Wednesday 25 July, 7.45pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £25

Newton Faulkner + Support

Thursday 26 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Last year Newton Faulkner released an astonishing genre-hopping sixth album Hit The Ground Running that is by far the best and boldest of his career. The ultra-long dreadlocks have gone, the guitar is even better and the voice is bigger than ever.

Thursday 26 July, 7.45pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £37.50

Los Pacaminos featuring Paul Young

Saturday 28 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park
This cactus sharp, stetson wearing, magnificent six create the perfect cantina setting for a tequila-fuelled party night. Fronted by Paul Young, Los Pacaminos play the very best in Tex Mex Border music with an incendiary mix of classics and original material, from The Texas Tornadoes and Ry Cooder to Los Lobos and even Roy Orbison.

Saturday 28 July, 7.45pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £21

Ceilidh Liberation Front

Sunday 29 July, The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park

Virtuoso musicians the Ceilidh Liberation Front combine music, dance and a sprinkling of theatricals, breathing vigour and vitality into the traditional ceilidh, while honouring its roots and traditions with charismatic callers, uplifting tunes and cracking dances.

Sunday 29 July, 7.45pm

The Stables Spiegeltent, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

Tickets £14

THE STABLES SESSIONS: ACOUSTIC STAGE

Friday 20 – Sunday 29 July: Festival Central, Campbell Park

The Stables Sessions are a chance to hear new sounds and spot emerging talent and unsigned bands throughout the Festival.

Featured artists: Friday 20 July: Hope in High Water; Hannah’s Yard. Saturday 21 July: Amit Dattani; Elizabeth & Jameson; Hannah Scott; Pete Hemsley; Paolo Morena: Sian Magill; Roses & Pirates. Sunday 22 July: Tracey Browne; Michelle Nadia; Lowly Hounds; Amy Claire & John Bowman; Sweetcornbread; Ethemia. Monday 23 July: Candi’s Dog; Inlak’esh. Tuesday 24 July: The Other Band; Rebecca de Winter. Wednesday 25 July: Anna Hester; Fred’s House. Thursday 26 July: Jinder; Natasha Seale Duo. Friday 27 July: Yvonne Lyon; Amelia Lappert; April Blue. Saturday 28 July: Navaro; Katey Brooks; Tinderbox; The Hallows; Dawn Iverson; Harrison Bond; Chris Fox. Sunday 29 July: Joe Miles; The Blackheart Orchestra; Tom Korni; Manny & The Coloured Sky; James Burrage; Steve Winch & The Inception.

Acoustic Stage, Festival Central, Campbell Park MK9 4AD

For times, see www.ifmiltonkeynes.org for more information
Free

BOOKING TICKETS

Online: www.ifmiltonkeynes.org

Telephone: 01908 280800

Textphone users: 18001 01908 280800

In person: The Stables, Stockwell Lane, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, MK17 8LU

Festival Box Offices open at Festival sites on Friday 20 July

More information at www.ifmiltonkeynes.org

 

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