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The Good Life Experience

Taking place in the shadow of two castles on the Hawarden Estate in Flintshire, this festival is absolutely unique and in 2018 The Good Life Experience will celebrate its fifth Birthday. Founded by four friends the Good Life Festival fits in with their idea of The Good Life. The festival epitomises the Good Life, with exceptional raucous music from all over the world curated by…

A Vanished Kingdom Performance as part of Marchland Season

What can we say about our show; A Vanished Kingdom? Not much, since it’s actually mostly your show and you’ve yet to devise it! What we can say is that, with the aid of artists and performers from the Marchland season, we’ll be presenting the audience with the stories, songs, dances, artwork, history, geography… from across the European borderland and…

Sefiroth as part of Marchland Season

“Sefiroth is an international collective of musicians founded by brothers Nick and Alex Roth to explore traditional Sephardic repertoire. They keep the spirit of the traditions alive yet do something totally different at the same time – Fiona Talkington” Late Junction, BBC Radio 3. Sung in Ladino (the language of romance derived from old Spanish); these ancient songs weave timeless stories of love,…

Sefiroth as part of Marchland Season

“Sefiroth is an international collective of musicians founded by brothers Nick and Alex Roth to explore traditional Sephardic repertoire. They keep the spirit of the traditions alive yet do something totally different at the same time – Fiona Talkington” Late Junction, BBC Radio 3. Sung in Ladino (the language of romance derived from old Spanish); these ancient songs weave timeless stories of love,…

The Oak of Two Greens as part of Marchland Season

The Marchland Festival Programme explores the way culture is transformed as it crosses borders, and Bardos Band’s The Oak of Two Greens shows us that this is an ancient and ongoing process. This performance is a melting-pot of rare and deeply affecting music, woven around an ancient folktale; The Oak of Two Greens. “A resourceful harper charms his audience to…

The Bridewell Theatre and Social Purpose

This February Théâtre Volière will be curating the Marchland Festival as part of the European Year of Cultural heritage. The huge programme will be highly exciting with a range of different performances from theatre, music and workshops. Inspired by various cultures, Marchland embraces everything we hope this year stands for and with cultural collaboration and proud diverse ethnic representation it…

Milton Keynes Birthday Open Weekend

The Showcase will include 23rd January
(our 51st anniversary) and a repeat of the Birthday
Weekend city-wide event offering free or low cost
activities to residents and visitors.

Milton Keynes 51st Birthday

‘By Knowledge Design and Understanding’ While Rome may have not been built in a day; it might be fair to imagine that if such a plan of development were to exist in the last half a century that it might have looked a little like Milton Keynes. In the years that followed the devastation of the Second World War the…