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2019
1 June (Saturday) Coffee morning in the Parish Hall
10:00 am-12:00 noon
Great refreshments, warm welcome - just the place to come and find out more, and plan your StonyLive! week with friends!
Part of StonyLive week
2 June (Sunday) Music Makers of Milton Keynes
7:30 pm-9:30 pm
Lovely local choir, full of fun and interesting arrangements
Part of StonyLive week
3 June (Monday) Shake, Rattle and Roll at 'Squeals on Wheels' in the Parish Hall
10:00 am-11:00 am
Toddle in and join in a song and percussion session for babies and pre-schoolers and their carers.
Part of StonyLive week
3 June (Monday) Fadin' Shoes
6:15 pm-7:15 pm
Early Evening Concert - they last appeared at the TT@TT in March - returning by popular demand.
Part of StonyLive week
4 June (Tuesday) A Feast of Musical Gems from Film and TV
12:30 pm-1:15 pm
'Apol Duo' presents a concert feast of favourite musical gems from film and television performed by Valerie Kirby-Ashmore and Geoffrey Allan Taylor on Violin and Keyboard.
Part of StonyLive week
4 June (Tuesday) An evening with Flanders and Swann
7:30 pm-9:30 pm
... aka local musicians Joe Laredo & Simon Woodhead  - a class act, not to be missed.
Part of StonyLive week
5 June (Wednesday) Family Handbell Hooley!
4:00 pm-5:00 pm
Listen to a free concert and try your hand at making music on handbells. Suitable for all ages 4+!
Part of StonyLive week
7 June (Friday) First Friday Organ Recital by Jonathan Kingston
12:00 noon-12:30pm Soup & roll (£3)
12:40pm-1:30pm
Jonathan will play the Willis organ.
All funds raised will go to support the ongoing maintenance of the restored Willis pipe organ.
Part of StonyLive week
8 June (Saturday) Concrete Calves (Wind Band)
7:30pm
Local musicians playing a whole range of musical styles.   
Part of StonyLive week
9 June (Sunday) Vivant In Concert
7:30pm
Clive Williams and Mark Prescott return with their haunting melodies and gentle harmonies on melodeon and violin.
Part of StonyLive week
20 June (Thursday) Third Thursday at Twelve Thirty: Schools
12:30pm-1:15pm
Beautiful music in a relaxed drop-in setting, with plenty of tea and coffee available, so bring your packed lunch and join us.
All funds raised will go to support the ongoing maintenance of the restored Willis pipe organ.
18 July (Thursday) Third Thursday at Twelve Thirty: David Robertson (clarinet)
12:30pm-1:15pm
Beautiful music in a relaxed drop-in setting, with plenty of tea and coffee available, so bring your packed lunch and join us.
All funds raised will go to support the ongoing maintenance of the restored Willis pipe organ.
2 August (Friday) First Friday Organ Recital by Francis Monkman
12:00 noon-12:20pm Soup & roll (£3)
12:30pm-1:15pm
Francis Monkman will play the Willis organ.
All funds raised will go to support the ongoing maintenance of the restored Willis pipe organ.
15 August (Thursday) Third Thursday at Twelve Thirty: Rosie Page & friends plus Ukulele Duo
12:30pm-1:15pm
Beautiful music in a relaxed drop-in setting, with plenty of tea and coffee available, so bring your packed lunch and join us.
All funds raised will go to support the ongoing maintenance of the restored Willis pipe organ.
13-15 September (Friday-Sunday) 2019 Pipe Organ Festival
Several events including a Silent Movie with pipe organ soundtrack.
Further details to be announced in June 2019
4 October (Friday) First Friday Organ Recital by Keith Morgan
12:00 noon-12:20pm Soup & roll (£3)
12:30pm-1:15pm
Keith Morgan will play the Willis organ.
All funds raised will go to support the ongoing maintenance of the restored Willis pipe organ.
9 November (Saturday) Come & Sing Day
Further details to be announced in June 2019
6 December (Friday) First Friday Organ Recital by Philip Bricher
12:00 noon-12:20pm Soup & roll (£3)
12:30pm-1:15pm
Philip Bricher will play the Willis organ.
All funds raised will go to support the ongoing maintenance of the restored Willis pipe organ.