From Conflict to Cosmopolis
'Great War MK - From Conflict to Cosmopolis' is a collaborative project led by the Arts & Heritage Alliance Milton Keynes (AHA-MK). It explores the impact of the First World War on the communities of Milton Keynes - an area now covering six towns, 41 villages and 1/4 million people - and examines their evolution from a time of conflict to that of cosmopolitan opportunities.
This Heritage Lottery funded project enables partners from the AHA-MK membership collectively to celebrate not only the stories from 100 years ago but also their legacy for modern Milton Keynes. Our aim is to inspire active participation amongst both native and new communities in Milton Keynes - in interviews, workshops and creative activities. Great War MK will generate film screenings, performances and exhibitions, all of which will give fresh insights into the turmoil - and creativity - of those times.
You can keep up-to-date with what is going on via the Great War MK blog where we will be uploading images, updates and event details and you can buy tickets to events here: eventsmk.ticketsource.co.uk. Updates will also be available on Twitter using #GreatWarMK. For more information or details of how to get involved please visit the AHA-MK website and use our contact form.Great War MK blog Contact AHA-MK
Great War MK Remembered
Friday 6th November 2015
7.30pm at The Venue MK
Fyfield Barrow, Walnut Tree, Milton Keynes, MK7 7WH
A powerful performance of dance, drama, poetry, music and film to commemorate the WW1 centenary and celebrate the culmination of Great War MK.
Tickets: £3 each / £10 for a family of four
Available from www.ticketsource.co.uk/eventsmk