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The entertainment events listed below take place outside the village premises and may be supplied by outside sources – Drury Coaches for example – however the tickets are sold at the ticket office in “The Street”, normally from 11am on the dates indicated below

 Cinema [Modern] Close to the theatre within the Snowdome building showing all the latest films. Extensive wheelchair facilities, lifts and escalators. Wide range of eating and drinking outlets.

Extensive free parking – after 6pm – and the No: 300 bus stops within 600 yards of the main entrance                    17.2.16

http://www.xscape.co.uk/milton-keynes/concessions/cinema-1/

Cinema [Classical] The Odeon Cinema at the Stadium. Special screenings – well worth a look.

ODEON Event Cinema brings you live screenings of theatre, opera, dance, music and sport events from around the globe.

Lose yourself in the action at some of the world’s biggest shows and marvel at the greatest performers on the planet. Acclaimed actors. Sporting heroes. Brilliant ballerinas.

Sharper-than-sharp digital projections and breath-taking surround sound make this an immersive, larger-than-life experience you’ll never forget. We bring you every pitch-perfect note.

http://www.odeon.co.uk/eventcinema/

The Stables This theatre was the brain child of the late Johnny Dankworth and his wife Cleo Laine. It is a small theatre with about 700 seats and is 10 minutes by car from Lovat Fields.

Many of the feature acts are artists you never expected to see again.

Plenty of free parking, a bar serving snacks and a CD shop.                           17.2.16

http://www.stables.org/

Theatre In the centre of the shopping district with extensive free parking – after 6pm – and the No: 300 bus stops within 250 yards of the main entrance.

Shows are from Ballet to pantomime and everything in between. There are dedicated wheelchair facilities.                     17.2.16

http://www.atgtickets.com/venues/milton-keynes-theatre/

 

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