Conversation, photos and music

Stony Tracks is like Desert Island Discs, but with photos of the guests life on the big screen, and like on the radio the guest chooses 8 pieces of music.
I believe that everyone's life is interesting, and my hope is that you'll come to the shows irrespective of whether you know the guest or not.
The shows are on the second Wednesday of most months in the Beechey Room at York House.
* At the preceding show.
* From Odell's, 60 High St, Stony Stratford
*  Online at (50p booking fee).
N.B. Not all the tickets are allocated to wegottickets, (more will be added as necessary) the rest are on sale from Odell's - cash only please from Odell's.
All profits from ticket and bar sales go to help fund projects at York House to help improve the facilities. Click here to see how much has been raised to date.
For enquiries Tel. 07973 317801 or email
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I got the idea for Stony Tracks when I was at a festival in 2017 and there were a couple of 'Desert Island Disc' events featuring artists who were performing at the festival.
I've built on the concept by using PowerPoint to show photo's of the guest's lives, and play the tracks from YouTube if available.
I don't impose The Bible & The Complete Works of Shakespeare on the guests, but of course some guests do choose them.

At Pat Nicholson's show, he presented me with a poem he'd written about his take on how Stony Tracks started. See photo.

Derek Gibbons
York House Centre is a well-used Youth, Community and Arts Centre three minutes’ walk from Stony Stratford town centre. The three storey Victorian building (c.1860) is Grade II Listed and is run by a Centre Manager & Volunteer Board of Trustees to provide rooms for hire for the whole community.

York House Centre
London Road
Stony Stratford
Milton Keynes
MK11 1JQ