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School of Rock – The Musical at Milton Keynes Theatre in 2021

School of Rock – The Musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s smash hit, award-winning West End show, will be coming to Milton Keynes Theatre on Monday 19th April 2021.

Based on the hilarious hit movie, this new musical follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight-A students into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band – sensationally performed live by the production’s young actors every night with roof-raising energy!

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Gritty drama, Band of Gold comes to Milton Keynes Theatre

Back in the mid ‘90s, Band of Gold, Kay Mellor’s multi award-winning ITV series, one of the most watched shows in television history, so grabbed the attention of the public that bookmakers started taking bets on the identity of the killer in the ground-breaking crime drama.

More than 15 million viewers tuned in every week to follow the fortunes of a group of streetwalkers in their battle to survive whilst working in a notorious red-light district.

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Milton Keynes Theatre: Cast announcement for ‘The Birthday Party’

The darkly-comic play is at Milton Keynes Theatre from 9th to 13th June

Mark Goucher and Everyman Theatre Cheltenham present Harold Pinter’s comedy of menace, The Birthday Party. Michelle Collins will play Meg Boles, Tristan Gemmill plays the role of Goldberg and Paul Hickey will play McCann.

This darkly-comic play will be performed at Milton Keynes Theatre from Tuesday 9th to Saturday 13th June.

Set in a dilapidated seaside boarding house the mysterious Stanley Webber receives a visit from two sinister strangers, Goldberg and McCann. They arrive on Stanley’s birthday – or is it? What do they want and why do they want to turn Stanley’s quite world upside down?

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Once seen at Milton Keynes Theatre, never forgotten

Based on the critically acclaimed 2007 Irish small budget movie, Once tells the story of two lost souls whose lives are changed over the course of five short days.

‘Girl’ meets ‘Guy’ just as he is on the verge of giving up his dream of becoming a successful singer-songwriter. Worn down by the misery of a broken heart and an infuriating excess of self-pity, the arrival of ‘Girl’, with her boundless optimism, common sense and motivation, is exactly the kick up the backside ‘Guy’ needs to recharge his batteries and restore his faith in, not only the power of music but also the power of love.

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