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Turin Brakes
The Stables Spiegeltent

Turin Brakes

Presented as part of IF: Milton Keynes International Festival 2023 Tickets

Supported by The Beggs Sisters

This performance will have unreserved seating

2022 saw Turin Brakes release their ninth studio album - Wide-Eyed Nowhere. Of the new album the band say 'We surprised ourselves with what came out; a sweeter, groovier set of songs in no hurry to be anything but themselves.' The South London four-piece comprising Olly Knights, Gale Paridjanian, Rob Allum and Eddie Myer recorded this new set of songs at Twin Palms - Olly's garden studio - over the summer of 2021, choosing to let time infuse into the music and mature in a way it couldn’t in a pressurised commercial studio setting.

Turin Brakes released Mercury Prize shortlisted the Optimist Lp in March 2001 (achieving gold status in the UK), followed up by 2003’s Ether Song which featured the top 5 hit single Pain Killer (Summer Rain). The band has since moved on to rack up seven top 40 singles, seven top 40 albums and over a million record sales worldwide.

Recent live reviews cite them as ‘A formidable live act with equally killer songs’ while according to The Sunday Times the band ‘continue to excel’ in a four- star review of the new release.

Introducing The Stables Spiegeltent...

Follow this link to find out more, including access information, about the Spiegeltent, an unforgettable setting for for live music, comedy, contemporary circus and late-night cabaret throughout the 10 days of this year's IF: Milton Keynes International Festival (21-30 July).

The Beggs Sisters

Supported by The Beggs Sisters

The Beggs Sisters are Willow Beggs Ukulele, Guitar and voice. Lula Beggs Ukulele, Guitar and Voice. Nick Beggs Double Bass. Willow and Lula were encouraged from an early age to follow their own musical paths by their musician father Nick Beggs, who initially found fame in the 80s with the band Kajagoogoo. For more information about The Beggs Sisters please visit their Facebook page at

Ticket fee information

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