The Arts Diary

What’s on stage and screen in Dorset and Somerset, Wiltshire, Devon, Hampshire and beyond, from Friday 12th to Sunday 21st October 2018

 

Friday 12 October

BATH, Theatre Royal, Shakespeare in Love, to 14 Oct: Ustinov Studio, Robert Lindsay and Tara Fitzgerald in Rattigan’s In Praise of Love, to 3 Nov.
Rondo, Joe Orton’s Loot, to Sat, 7.30.
Chapel Arts, Ragged Union with Benny “Burle” Galloway, 8.
Komedia, Phil Nichol, Your Wrong, comedy.

BOURNEMOUTH, Shelley Theatre, The Book of Darkness and Light in Adam Z Robinson’s Shivers, 7.30.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Tango Motion, and supper, 6.15.

BRIDGWATER, Arts Centre, The Stones, tribute, 8.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Ridiculusmus in Give Me Your Love, 8: Jazz Cafe with Sam Massey,trumpet, Philip Clouts, piano, Miles Davis celebration, 8.
Electric Palace, Cliff Richard Live, satellite screening, 8.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Madagascar – the Musical, to Sat, 7.30, Wed/Sat mats 2.30, Thurs morning show 11am.
Tobacco Factory, TF Company in Beautiful Thing, to 27 Oct.
St George’s, Mitsuku Uchida, Schubert.
Folk House, Bristol Cajun Festival, to Sun.
Victoria Rooms, BSO cond Karabits, Mozart, Beethoven.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, And Finally – Phil Collins.

COLYTON, Village Hall, The Leisure Seeker, Moviola film.

CORSHAM, The Pound, Rachel Newton, singer and harpist, traditional folk. 7.30.

DARTMOOR and EXMOOR, various venues, Two Moors Festival, to 20 Oct.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Blue Rose Code, 8.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Tom Burke in Schiller’s Don Carlos, to 20 Oct, 7.30, Wed mat 2, Sat mat 2.30.
Cygnet Theatre, Kick in the Head in Fagin?, 7.30.
Corn Exchange, Livewire, AC/DC tribute.
Barnfield Theatre, Iolanthe, to Sat, 7.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, Exmouth Comedy Club.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Legend, tribute to Bob Marley and the Wailers.

HARDINGTON MANDEVILLE, Village Hall, Lean on Pete, Moviola film.

HONITON, Beehive, The Undercover Hippy, singer songwriter.

ILMINSTER, Arts Centre, The City Steam Jazz Band, 8.

MARKET LAVINGTON, School, White Horse Opera in The Magic Flute, and Sat, 7.30.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Wolf Bites, with the Travelling Talesman, storytelling, 7.30.

NEWTON TONY, Memorial Hall, Eva Ahremalm, Staffan Ekegren and Maria Sedell in Sarajevo Big Bang, stories, songs and cabaret, 8. RAW

NUNNEY, Village Hall, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, Moviola film.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, BRB in La Fille mal Gardee, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30: Drum Studio, Kali Theatre in Sundowning, to Sat, 7.45.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Heatwave and Odyssey, 7.30: Debra Stephenson, Night of A Hundred Voices, 7.30: Karen Sharp and Robert Fowler, jazz, 8: Cinema, The Wife, to Sun and Tues/Thurs.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Her Naked Skin, to 20 Oct: Salberg Studio, Floods, to Sat.
Guildhall, History at Large, A Question of Guilt, the Trial of Dr Crippen, 7.30.

SEATON, Gateway, Cliff Richard anniversary tour by satellite, 7.30.

SHELDON, Village Hall, Alaw, Welsh folk, 7.30. ViA

SHERBORNE, Pageant Gardens, The Vox Beatles, tribute, 6 to 11pm.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Wicked, to 27 Oct.
Nuffield University, Frantic Assembly in The Unreturning, to Sat.
Various venues, The Bungalow Cafe Festival, theatre, music, comedy and film celebrating Suffrage anniversary, to 16 Oct.
Turner Sims, Laura Jurd’s Dinosaur, jazz.
STREET, Strode Theatre, King of Thieves, film, and 14/16/17/18, various times: Cliff Richard Anniversary tour by satellite, 8, and Sun 3pm.
STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, SNADS in A Night on Broadway, to Sat, 7.30.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Vienna Festival Ballet in Coppelia, and Sat, various times.
Plough Inn, Wassail Theatre in Horses! Horses!, 7pm.

TISBURY, Nadder Centre, On Chesil Beach, Moviola film.

TORQUAY, Little Theatre, TOADS in Over My Dead Body, to Sat, 7.30.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema and other Purbeck venues, Purbeck Film Festival, to 27 Oct.

WATCHET, Village Hall, The Leisure Seeker, Moviolafilm.

WELLS, Cathedral, Newmusic Wells, Oliver Chubb, trumpet, 1pm.
Cathedral School, Cedars Hall, CSSO, cond Pete Harrison, A Night at the Oscars, and Sat, 7.

WEST COKER, Village Hall, Screen Bites – the Second Slice, New Chefs on the Block, film and food, 6pm.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, Emerald Storm.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Slade.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli Theatre, Andy Fairweather-Low, 7.30.

WOOTTON FITZPAINE, Village Hall, My Sweet Patootie, Canadian roots, 7.30. AR

YARCOMBE, Jubilee Hall, Alison Neil, Larks and Magic – the story of EE Nesbit, 7.30. ViA

YEOVIL, Octagon, YAOS in Sweeney Todd – the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.

 

 

 

Saturday 13 October

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, The Missing Light, to Mon, various times (age 7+)
Forum, The Musical Box – a Genesis extravaganza.
Chapel Arts, The Unravelling Wilburys, 8.
Komedia, Krater Comedy Club with Bethany Black, Andrew Stanley, Lloyd Langford and Sally-Anne Hayward.

BEAULIEU, Abbey, Music at Beaulieu, Pop-Up Opera in Hansel and Gretel, 7pm.

BOURNEMOUTH, BIC, Joe Bonamassa.
Pavilion, Faith – the George Michael Legacy.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Sassparella, The Magic of the Beatles singalong, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Pasadena Roof Orchestra, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Robert Mitchell’s Epiphany 3, jazz and poetry, 7.30.
Electric Palace, Cathedral of Pleasure, circus cabaret, 8.

BRISTOL,  The Station, Martin Simpson, folk.
Improv Theatre, St Paul’s Road, Wassail Theatre in Horses! Horses!, 8.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Mamma Mia, Here We go Again, film, 2.30 and 7.30.

CORSHAM, The Pound, Wardrobe Ensemble in The Star Seekers, 2pm: Blue Rose Code, singer songwriter, 7.30.

CRANBORNE, Village Hall, Screen Bites – the Second Slice, Paddington 2, film and food, 6pm.

EXMINSTER, Village Hall, James Hickman and Dan Cassidy, transatlantic folk roots, 7.30. ViA

HINTON ST GEORGE, Village Hall, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, Moviola film.

HONITON, Beehive, Vamos Theatre in Finding Joy, 7.30. ViA

IBBERTON, Village Hall, My Sweet Patootie, Canadian roots, 7.30. AR

LYTCHETT MATRAVERS, Village Hall, PFF, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, 7.30.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Pete Firman, Marvels, comedy, 7.30.

PLYMOUTH, Barbican, Harry and Chris Save the World, jazz, rap, comedy.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Russian State Opera in Madam Butterfly, 7.45: Coastal Comedy with Andy Askins, 8: Dinosaur World Live, and Sun, various times: Cinema, The Guardians, and Wed/Thurs: Mamma Mia – Here We Go Again singalong, 8 and Tues 30th 1.3pm.

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Yorke Dance Project.
City Hall, From the Jam, 7pm.
St Martin’s Church, Nicholas Woods and Gill Bolton, From Russia with Love, piano duets and solos, 4.30.

SHERBORNE, Abbey, The National Symphony Orchestra and Locrian Singers, cond Anthony Inglis, Mozart Coronation Mass, in aid of Three Valley’s Team Benefice, 7.

SIDMOUTH, Manor Pavilion, The ABBA Girls Band, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield University, Studio, Head in the Clouds, children’s theatre, and Sun.
Turner Sims, Southampton Concert Wind Band, with Gerard McChrystal, saxophone.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Greg Russell and Jack Rutters, folk singers and multi instrumentalists, 8.

STOBOROUGH, Village Hall, PFF, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, 7.30.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Street Baptist Church charity variety show, 7.

THORNBURY, Turnberrie’s Community Centre, Eva Ahremalm, Staffan Ekegren and Maria Sedell in Sarajevo Big Bang, stories, songs and cabaret, 7. RAW

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, The Breadwinner, 6pm: The Wife, 8.30.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, Some Guys Have all the Luck, Rod Stewart story.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, The Matt Monro Story.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Purple Zeppelin, tribute, 7.30.

 

 

 

Sunday 14 October

BATH, Komedia, From the Jam.

BOURNEMOUTH, Shelley Theatre, Acoustic Together, John Gleadell and Chris Wood, folk, 2.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Benedict Allen, Ultimate Explorer, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Sherlock Gnomes, film, 2: Postcards from the 48%, Brexit documentary film, 7.30.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Whitney, Queen of the Night.

CHEDDAR, Library, Library Folk, local performers, 2 to 5pm.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, The Seagull, film, 2.30, and Tues/Thurs: Cliff Richard Live, 60th Anniversary Tour, on film, 7.30.

CROWCOMBE, Village Hall, Phantom Thread, Moviola film.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Henry Blofeld, 78 Retired, cricket anecdotes, 3pm.

FORDINGBRIDGE, Town Hall, On Chesil Beach, Moviola film.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Nish Kumar, It’s In Your Nature to Destroy Yourselves, comedy, 7.30.

ILMINSTER, Dillington House, Viva Vivaldi, Kate Semmens, soprano, Colin Booth and Steven Devine, harpsichords, 2.30.

LANGTON MATRAVERS, Village Hall,  PFF, Loveless, 7.30.

NETHER STOWEY, Village Hall, The Hatton Garden Job, Moviola film.

PORTISHEAD, Cafe Lido, Wassail Theatre in Horses! Horses!, 8.

SHILLINGSTONE, Portman Hall, The Big Bang Gang in Sarajevo Big Bang, Swedish music cabaret about WWI, 7.30. AR

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield University, Sara Pascoe Ladsladslads, comedy.
Nuffield City, Ian McKellen King Lear by satellite.

STOBOROUGH, Village Hall, PFF, Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars, 7.30.

STREET, Strode Theatre, The Seagull, film of Chekov play, 5 and 7.30.

STUDLAND, Village Hall, My Sweet Patootie, Canadian roots, 7.30. AR

SWANAGE, Durlston Castle, PFF, Wild Strawberries, Ingmar Berman (1958), 7.30.
Youth Centre, PFF, Baby Driver, 7.30.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, A Journey Through French Cinema, 6.45.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, Sensational 60s Experience.

WIVELISCOMBE, Primary School, I Am Not a Witch, Cinema Obscura, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Living with Wildlife, with Colin Stafford-Johnson, 7.30.

 

 

 

Monday 15 October

BATH, Theatre Royal, Nigel Planer and Adrian Edmonson in Vulcan 7, to Sat.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Mayerling from the Royal Ballet, 7.15.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Rip it Up.

CERNE ABBAS, Village Hall, The Happy Prince, Moviola film.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Mayerling, live by satellite from the Royal Ballet, 7.15.

EXETER, Corn Exchange, Andy Hamilton, comedy, 8.

HONITON, Beehive, Mayerling from the Royal Ballet, 7.15.

HUISH EPISCOPI, Rose and Crown, Wassail Theatre in Horses! Horses!, 8.30.

LEIGH, Village Hall, On Chesil Beach, Moviola film.

PORTLAND, Pennsylvania Castle, As One in Escaping the Storm, play about Marie Stopes, gala.

SANDFORD, The 29029 Restaurant, PFF, Mountain, documentary with music, 7pm.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Mayerling from the Royal Ballet, 7.15: Path of Blood, film, 7.45.
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WANAGE, St Mary’s Church, PFF, Selma, 7.30.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, Smiles of a Summer Night, Ingmar Bergman( 1955), 7.15.
Creech Grange Country House, PFF, Tom Jones, (1963), 7.30.

WELLS, Cathedral, Newmusic Wells, piano works, students from Cathedral School, 1pm.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Mama Mia – Here We Go Again, to Wed, various times.

 

 

 

Tuesday 16 October

BOURNEMOUTH, Hilton Hotel, PFF, Marvellous, (in conjunction with Diverse Abilities), 6.30pm.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Living a Wild Life, with cameraman and presenter Colin Stafford-Johnson, 7.30.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Russ Noble – El Hablador.
Old Vic, Studio, Amy Mason in Hollering Women Creek, to Sat, 7pm: Vic Llewellyn in A Little Death, Bristol Ferment, to Sat 9pm.
Fiddlers, Chatham County Line, folk.
Hen and Chicken, Jason Eady, country.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, Billy Fury Show.

HYTHE, Village Hall, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, Moviola film.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, National Theatre in Macbeth, to Sat, 7.30, Thur/Sat mats 2.30.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Cinema, They Shall Not Grow Old, Peter Jackson documentary with archive film, 6pm.

PORTLAND, Royal Manor Theatre, As One in Escaping the Storm, play about Marie Stopes, gala, 7.30.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, Peter Rabbit, seniors film, 2pm.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield University, Kneehigh in FUP, a Modern Fable, to Sat.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Rosie Kay Dance, 7.30.

SWANAGE, Durlston Castle, PFF, The Cruel Sea (1953), 7.30.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Marcus Brigstocke, Devil May Care, comedy, 7.30.
Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Heathfield Community School in The Last Laugh, and Wed, 7.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, The Conversation, 11.15am: On Body and Soul, 7.15.

WELLS, Cathedral, Newmusic Wells, Cathedral School new music ensemble, student compositions, 1pm.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, The Drifters.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Ocean Film Festival.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Encore screening of Ian MacKellen’s King Lear, 7pm.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Russian State Ballet and Opera House, Swan Lake, 7.30.

 

 

 

Wednesday 17 October

BATH, Forum, Richard Thompson.
Rondo, Fin Taylor : When Harassy Met Lally, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Cliff Richard.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Mayerling, by satellite from the Royal Ballet, 7.15.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Francis Boulle and Jamie Laing in Private Parts Live, 7.30.

BRISTOL, Old Vic, Twelfth Night, to 10 Nov.
St George’s, Lankum, folk from Dublin.
Fiddlers, Baloji, world music.
Hen and Chicken, Hammel on Trial and Ruth Theodore.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Ocean Film Festival, 7.30.

DORCHESTER, St Mary’s Church, Dorset County Museum Music Society, The Bach Players, Buxtehude, Telemann, JS Bach, 7.30.

EXETER, Corn Exchange, Marcus Brigstocke, comedy, 8.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Sea What’s There, talk, film, dissuasion about oceans, pollution etc, 7.

MOTCOMBE, Village Hall, The Breadwinner, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, film, 2.and 7.30.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Drum Studio, Moongate and Yellow Earth in Forgotten, to Sat, 7.45.

POOLE, Lighthouse, BSO, cond Ben Gernon, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, violin, Mozart, Bruch, Rachmaninov.

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Suffragette, film.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, SACDG in The Ladykillers, to Sat, 7.30.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Louise Jordan, No Petticoats Here, stories and songs of WWI women, 7.30.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda, documentary about Japanese composer, 7.45.

STUDLAND, Isle of Purbeck Golf Club, PFF, Miss Sloane, 7.30.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, Exchange, Poonamallee in A Pure Woman, play about Thomas Hardy, 7.30. AR

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Pete Allen’s Hot Seven, jazz, 7.30.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, The Rocket, 6pm.

WARMINSTER, Civic Centre, On Chesil Beach, Moviola film.

WELLS, Cathedral, Newmusic Wells, Cathedral Schools New Music Ensemble, music by Charlotte Bray, 1pm: The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1923 film with live improvised organ accompaniment by David Bednall, 7.30.
Cathedral School, Newmusic Wells, Michael Berkeley talks to Charlotte Bray, 2.30.

WEST LULWORTH, Village Hall, PFF, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, 7.30.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, Little Baby Bum Live.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Freddy Kempf, piano, Chopin, 7.30.
Swan Theatre, Cinematheque, Loveless, 7.30.

 

 

 

Thursday 18 October

BATH, Forum, Brian Blessed.
Chapel Arts, Andrew Riverstone, 8.
Rondo, Mission Abort, by Therese Ramstedt, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Shelley Theatre, As One in Escaping the Storm, story about Marie Stopes and Portland, 7.30.
Pavilion Dance, Ieva Kuniskis in They Live Next Door, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Kast off Kinks, 8.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri, film, 11am.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Joanna Lumley, 7.30.
St George’s, talk and film, Rewilding  – A Visual Journey, 7.30.

CERNE ABBAS, Village Hall, Fierce Flowers, French trio, swing and bluegrass, 7.30. AR

CHARMOUTH, Village Hall, The Hatton Garden Job, Moviola film.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Ian MacKellen’s King Lear, encore screening, 7.

DITCHEAT, Jubilee Hall, Lean on Pete, Moviola film.

EXETER, Cygnet Theatre, youth theatre in Alice in Wonderland, 7.30.
Corn Exchange, Colin Stafford-Johnson, wildlife cameraman, 7.30.

FROME, Merlin Theatre, Journey’s End, to Sat, 7.45.

MELBURY OSMOND, Village Hall, Living Spit in Giants of Science, 8. AR

MORETON, Village Hall, Screen Bites – the Second Slice, Grand Budapest Hotel, film and food, 7pm.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Dyad in Time Machine, 7.30.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Bournemouth Gilbert and Sullivan Society in HMS Pinafore and Trial by Jury, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30: Sherling Studio, Hannah and Hanna in Dreamland, to Sat, 8.
Jazz Cafe, Quay, PFF, Born to be Blue, Chet Baker film, 7pm.

PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall, BSO, cond Ben Gernon, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, violin, Mozart, Bruch, Rachmaninov.

SALISBURY, City Hall, Ocean Film Festival, 7.30.

SEATON, Gateway, Linos Piano Trio, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield, City, Seann Walsh, After This One, I’m Going Home, comedy.
Turner Sims, Dobet Gnahore, singer, dancer and percussionist from the Ivory Coast.

STOGURSEY, Village Hall, The Leisure Seeker, Moviola film.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Leaning into the Wind, documentary about land sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, 7.45.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, On Chesil Beach, Moviola film

SWANAGE, Durlston Castle, PFF, The Party, 7.30.

TAUNTON, Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Sheba Soul Ensemble in Lovesplay, dance and theatre, 7.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, Anything for Her, 6pm: Le Trou, (1960), 8.15.

WELLS, Cathedral, Newmusic Wells, Jeremy Cole, organ, Berkeley, Bingham, Martin, O’Regan, 1pm.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, Tim Vine, Sunset Milk Idiot.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Hallowe’en Rocks.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Wimborne Drama in Murder on the Nile, to Sat, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Pam Ayres, 7.30.
Westlands, Sons of Pitches, 7.30.

 

 

 

Friday 19 October

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, Butterflies, to Sun, various times, (age 3 to 8).
Forum, Ric Wakeman.
Mission Theatre, Scotland!, 7.30, and Sat 8.30.
Chapel Arts, Amy Mayes Band, 8.
Rondo, The Black Cat, 7.30.

BLOXWORTH, Village Hall, PFF, Crowhurst, 7.30.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Altan, folk, 7.30.

BRIANTSPUDDLE, Village Hall, PPFF, My Cousin Rachel, 7.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Broadway Spectacular, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, An Evening with Bridport Prize judges, 7.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Jon Ronson’s Psychopath Night.
The Thunderbolt, Alan Clayson and the Argonauts, Young England, 7.

BROCKENHURST, Village Hall, Mary Shelley, Moviolafilm.

CREDITON, Arts Centre, As One in Escaping the Storm, play about Marie Stopes, gala, 7.30.

CHARMOUTH, St Andrew’s Church, BSO Resonate Strings, Vivaldi, Mozart, Handel, Brahms, Puccini, Piazzolla, 7.30. AR

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Big Girls Don’t Cry, celebrating music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, 7.30.

CORSHAM, The Pound, Charlie Dore, singer songwriter, with Julian Littman and the Wiltshire Wailers, 7.30.

CREWKERNE, Henhayes Community Centre, Ang Hardy, singer songwriter, 7.45. TA

DUNSTER, Village Hall, The Bromley Boys, Moviola film.

FROGHAM, Village Hall, On Chesil Beach, Moviola film.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Colin Stafford-Johnson, wildlife cameraman, Living a Wild Life, 7.
Memorial Theatre, Jackson Live, tribute, 7.30.

HAMWORTHY, Library, PFF, Lady Bird, 7.30.

HARMAN’S CROSS, Village Hall, PFF, railway films, 7.30.

HONITON, Beehive, The Hot Sprockets, psychedelic rock and indie soul, 8.

ILMINSTER, Arts Centre, RSVP Bhangra, 8.

LANGTON MATRAVERS, Village Hall, Fierce Flowers, French trio, swing and bluegrass, 7.30. AR

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Jon Pleased Wimmin, cabaret, 8.

MILBORNE PORT, Village Hall, The Hatton Garden Job, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Robin Ince, Chaos of Delight, comedy, 7.30.

PANBOROUGH, Inn, Mr Punch’s Folk Club, open mic, 8.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Cinema, PFF, Revanche, 5.30: The Third Murder, 8pm.

ROADWATER, Village Hall, Eva Ahremalm, Staffan Ekegren and Maria Sedell in Sarajevo Big Bang, stories, songs and cabaret, 8. TA

RODE, Village Hall, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, Moviola film.

SIDMOUTH, Manor Pavilion, The New Jersey Boys, O What a Night, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Buck and Billie, musical heritage of Billie Holliday and Buck Clayton.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Spitfire, Moviola film.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Generation Wealth, documentary about US materialist, image-obsessed culture, 7.30: Lek and the Dogs, Russian film, 7.45.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Boogie Nights Disco Party, 7.30.

TARRANT KEYNESTON, Village Hall, Screen Bites – the Second Slice, A Touch of Spice, film and food, 6pm.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, European Union Chamber Orchestra, inc Vivaldi, Bach, Barber, Tchaikovsky, 7.30.
Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre, Steve Bugeja, comedy, 7.30.

TINCLETON, Gallery, Duo Teresa Carreno, Ana Laura Manero and Arturo Serna, classical piano and cello, and Sat.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema,PFF, Purbeck Shorts Competition, 7.15.

WEST STAFFORD, Village Hall, Living Spit in Giants of Science, 8. AR

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Sixties Gold.

WINTERSLOW, Village Hall, The Leisure Seeker, Moviola film.

WORTH MATRAVERS, Village Hall, PFF, On Chesil Beach, 7.

YEOVIL, Westland, Brian Blessed.

 

 

 

Saturday 20 October

APPLEY, Pavilion,Eva Ahremalm, Staffan Ekegren and Maria Sedell, Sarajevo Big Bang, stories, songs, cabaret, 7.30. TA

BATH, Forum, The Bowie Collective.
Chapel Arts, Jo Harman, 8.
Rondo, Robin Ince’s Chaos of Delight, 8.
Komedia, Krater Comedy Club with Suzi Ruffell, Roger Monkhouse, Michael Fabbri and Maff Brown.

BOTHENHAMPTON, Village Hall, The Leisure Seeker, Moviola film.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, James Martin, chef.
Pavilion Dance, Polly Morris album launch, 7.30.
Shelley Theatre, Rocky Horror Picture Show, film, 8.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Sam Avery, The Learner Parent, comedy, 8.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Dylan Moran, 8.
Old Vic, Studio, Action Hero in Oh Europa, Bristol Ferment, 6pm onwards.
University Anson Rooms, Chris Ramsey, comedy.

CASTLE CARY, Caryford Hall, Winter Wilson,  7pm.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Antman and the Wasp, film, 11am, and Sun/Mon: Sampson and Dalila, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55.

CHURCH KNOWLE, Village Hall, PFF, Victoria and Abdul, 7.30.

DOWNTON, Village Hall, Lean on Pete, Moviola film.

EXETER, Corn Exchange, Money for Nothing, Dire Straits tribute.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Space – the Anthology tour, 8.

HALSTOCK, Village Hall, The Happy Prince, Moviola film.

LONGDOWN, Holcombe Burnell Church, Cosgrave and Banks, folk, 7.30. ViA

MILBORNE PORT, Village Hall, Screen Bites – the Second Slice, Marie Antoinette, film and food, 6pm

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, The Oxley-Meier Guitar Project, soundscapes from Latin America to England, 7.30.

PARKSTONE, Little Red Roaster, PFF,Neruda, 7.30.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus and Wessex Youth Orchestra, cond Gavin Carr and Susannah Riddell, Karl Jenkins The Armed Man, a Mass for Peace, 7.30: Cinema, The Seagull, film of Chekov play, and Tues-Thurs: Sampson and Dalila, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55.

POWERSTOCK, Hut, Fierce Flowers, French trio, swing and bluegrass, 7.30. AR

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Sampson and Dalila, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55.

SOMERTON, Parish Room, The Rider, Moviola film.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Altan, Irish folk.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, CoCo and the Butterfields, indie pop, 8.

STALBRIDGE, Village Hall, Living Spit in Giants of Science, with a pasty and a pint, 7.30. AR

STREET, Strode Theatre, Sampson and Dalila, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55: All the Wild Horses, documentary about 1000 K race for endurance riders, 7.

STUDLAND, Village Hall, PFF, Filmstars Don’t Die in Liverpool, 7.30.

SWANAGE, Durlston Castle, PFF, puppet making and animation workshop with Andy Gent, 1.30pm, and Sun 10.30am.

TORQUAY, Little Theatre, TOADS in Jesus Christ Superstar, to 27 Oct, 7.30.

TOTNES, St Mary’s Church, Royal College of Music Baroque Ensemble, 7.30.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, All the King’s Men, 6pm: Sorcerer, 8.30.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, UK Guns and Roses.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, The Greatest Show, live in concert, and Sun, 3 and 7.30.

WINFRITH NEWBURGH, Village Hall, PFF,The Mercy, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, That’ll Be the Day,  and Sun, 7.30.

 

 

 

Sunday 21 October

BATH, Chapel Arts, Stephen James Smith with Enda Reilly, poetry, 8.
Komedia, BoyzLife, tributes.

BOURNEMOUTH, University, Bournemouth Chamber Music Society, Natalie Clein, cello, Anna Tilbrook, piano, John Tavener, Dallapicolla, Bloch, Rachmaninov, 3pm.
Pavilion, BSO Grand Tour, cond Marta Gardolinksa, Annelien van Wauwe, clarinet, Grieg, Mozart, Bizet, Ravel, 3pm.
Pavilion Dance, Hollie McNish, poet, 7.
Shelley Theatre, Kate Daisy Grant and Nick Pynn, singer songwriters, 7.30.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Bach and the Cosmos with City of London Sinfonia, presenter John Webb, 3pm: City of London Sinfonia, Epiphoni, dir/baritone Roderick Williams, Bach, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, The LEGO Movie, 11am: Sampson and Dalila by satellite recording from the Metropolitan Opera, 5pm.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Level 42, Eternity.
St George’s, Daniel Pioro, violin, Valgeir Sidurdsson, composer and musician, 8.
Folk House, Ange Hardy.

DRIMPTON, Village Hall, Living Spit in Giants of Science, 8. AR

EXETER, Corn Exchange, Dylan Moran, comedy, 8.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Yoruba Sonnets with Lekan Babalola’s Sacred Funk.

KIMMERIDGE, Etches Museum, PFF, Uncharted Waters: The Personal History of Wayne Lynch, surfing film, 5.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield University, Adam Kay, This is Going to Hurt, comedy.

TARRANT GUNVILLE, Village Hall, Fierce Flowers, French trio, swing and bluegrass, 7.30. AR

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Mayerling, by satellite from Royal Ballet, 2pm.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, PFF, Pin Cushion, 7.15.

WELLS, Little Theatre, Wassail Theatre in Horses! Horses!, 7.

 

 

AR is Artsreach – www.artsreach.co.uk or 01305 269512
TA is Take Art – www.takeart.org or 01460 249450
RAW is Rural Arts Wiltshire – www.poundarts.org.uk or 01249 701628
HTL is Hog the Limelight – www3.hants.gov.uk/hog-the-limelight    01962 846019  ??
ViA is Villages in Action – www.villagesinaction.co.uk  01363 773660

Moviola – visit www.moviola.org
PFF is Purbeck Film Festival