Where the Hell is Bernard?
Thursday, April 25th
This is a world where no one plays, no one questions and no one ever leaves - a world run by ‘The Vine’ an omnipresent, disembodied regime, in which citizens are ceremoniously evaporated when they are deemed no longer useful. Where the Hell is Bernard? follows four women who work in a sorting office redistributing possessions of evaporated citizens.
Everything runs like clockwork until the escape of Bernard Freemont on his evaporation day reveals the potential of something ‘other’. Subconsciously they find themselves awoken with possibility, and the beginnings of a grass roots revolution starts to take place.
With filmic influences and original sound by Paul Freeman, Haste Theatre create visually striking theatre combining live song, puppetry, movement and clown. Supported by the Arts Council England.
More Information (MKFM is not responsible for external websites)
900 Midsummer Boulevard
The event runs from 7:30pm to 8:30pm on the following dates.
Select a date to add this event to your calendar app.
EXCLUSIVE: Six McDonalds Drive Thru's in Milton Keynes to re-open next Thursday
Six McDonalds Drive Thru's in Milton Keynes will be re-opening next Thursday 4th June, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Emberton Park near Milton Keynes to re-open for cars from tomorrow
Milton Keynes Council have announced that Emberton Park will be re-opening for cars from tomorrow.
Police appeal for witnesses following affray and weapon offences in Milton Keynes
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following an affray and weapon offences in a Milton Keynes estate.
Primark in Milton Keynes will not re-open 'until further notice' despite new government advice
Primark have said they will not be re-opening their stores in Milton Keynes 'until further notice' despite new government advice for non-essential retail.
Milton Keynes MP gives his thoughts on Dominic Cummings situation
The MP for Milton Keynes North, Ben Everitt, has given his thoughts on the Dominic Cummings situation.
Eleventh day in a row with no new coronavirus deaths announced at Milton Keynes Hospital
No new coronavirus deaths have been announced at Milton Keynes Hospital for the past eleven days running.
E-fit released following sexual assault and attempted robbery in Milton Keynes
Thames Valley Police is releasing an E-fit image following a sexual assault and attempted robbery in Milton Keynes.
COVID-19 survivor fundraises for Milton Keynes Hospital staff and services that saved his life
Nick Clark, 36, is now raising funds for the 'heroes' at Milton Keynes Hospital who saved his life less than a month ago.