Make No Little Plans Film Screenings

Milton Keynes in Miniature: an exhibition of models in Middleton Hall, 1979 | John Walker
Milton Keynes in Miniature: an exhibition of models in Middleton Hall, 1979
John Walker

Make No little Plans is a Living Archive documentary film telling the story of Milton Keynes’ early years, told by those who were part of the Development Corporation, tasked with its planning and development. It’s a story of audacity and brashness, of teamwork and tussles, of utopian dreams and a bold vision.

There is a chance to attend free screenings of the film in Middleton Hall on Tuesday 17th April. It will be will be shown at 2pm, 3.45pm, and then, in conjunction with the Fred Roche Foundation launch of the book Milton Keynes: A Living Landscape, at 5.30pm and 7.45pm.

If you want to go to either of the first two screenings, then just turn up. If you want to attend the 5.30pm or 7.45pm screenings then you’ll need to book your free ticket via the MK Gallery website.

DVD copies of the film will be on sale.

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  • What a brilliant film – I cried at the end. Then I walked home through Campbell Park (not given over to an American IT firm) and along the canal back home to Giffard Park, thinking about how lucky I am to live here in MK. Thank you for the film.

    By Jocelyn Rose (17/04/2018)

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