The Arts Diary

What’s on stage and screen in Dorset and Somerset, Devon, Hants and Wilts and beyond, from Friday 21st to Sunday 30th April 2017

 

Friday 21 April

 

BATH, Theatre Royal, Sacha Regan’s all male The Mikado, to Sat, Wed/Sat mats: Ustinov Studio, German season, F Murray Abraham in The Mentor, by Daniel Kehlmann, UK premiere, to 6 May: the egg, Wardrobe Ensemble in Eloise and the Curse of the Golden Whisk, to Sun, various times.
Theatre Royal, Elizabeth Norton, the Lives of Tudor Women, with lunch, noon.
The Forum, Bath Philharmonia, cond Jason Thornton, Nicola Benedetti, violin, Shostakovich Violin Concerto 1, Prokofiev, Romeo and Juliet, 7.30.
Chapel Arts, The Music of James Taylor and Carol King, 8,
Komedia, Off the Kerb with Tom Allen and Susie Ruffell, Hit the Road, 7.30.

BLANDFORD, Royal British Legion, Wessex Acoustic Folk Club, Ric Sanders Trio.

BOURNEMOUTH, BIC, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. SOLD OUT
Shelley Theatre Boscombe, Something Underground Theatre in Happy Hour, 8.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, The West of England Youth Orchestra, cond Timothy Redmond, A Night at the Opera, Verdi, Puccini, Bizet, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, The New Jersey Boys, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, From Page to Screen, film festival, to 23 April.

BRISTOL, Tobacco Factory, Shakespeare at the TF in  new version of Moliere’s Tartuffe, to 6 May.
Old Vic, La Strada, play inspired by Fellini film, to 22 April, 7.30, Sat mats 2.30.
Colston Hall, Lantern, Letitia Sadler.
The Thunderbolt, Holy Smoke, Americana

BROADWINDSOR, Comrade’s Hall, Arrival, Moviola film.

BUDLEIGH SALTERTON, Budleigh Public Hall, Budleigh Jazz Festival, inc Devon Youth Jazz Orchestra, Matt Carter Organ Trio, Annika Skoogh Quartet, Alex Warren Trio, Bateman Brothers tribute to Louis Armstrong, Craig Milverton Legacy Band, Jazz at the Philharmonic Remembered,  to Sun. www.budleighjazzfestival.org

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Ian McMillan, To Fold the Evening Star, new and selected poems, 7.30.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Publick Transport in We Are Bronte, 8.

DUNSTER, Village Hall, Arrival, Moviola film.

EXETER, Barnfield Theatre, Dancing at Lughnasa, to Sat, 7.30.

FROGHAM, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

HINTON ST GEORGE, St George’s Hall, H St G Festival, Mike Denham, piano, Andy Dickens, trumpet, jazz, 7.30.

HONITON, The Beehive, I Daniel Blake, film, 7.30.

ILMINSTER, Arts Centre, Lee Gibson and the Martin Dale Quartet, The Songs of Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee and Sarah Vaughan, 8.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Lyme Comedy Club, 8.

MILBORNE PORT, Village Hall, Milborne Port Opera, Into the Woods, to Sat, 7.30.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Barnstorm Theatre in Monday’s Child, 2.30.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, Welsh National Opera in La Boheme, and Fri.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Charlotte Glasson Quintet, jazz, 8: LEAP Dance School, Follow the Road to Wonderland, and Sat, 7, Sat mat 2.30: Cinema, A Quiet Passion, and Sat, Tues,Thurs.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Showstopper, the Improvised Musical, to Sat, 7.30: Salberg Studio, Stage 65 in Gogol’s The Government Inspector, to Sat 7, Sat mat 2.45.
City Hall, English Youth Ballet in Nutcracker Suite, etc, and Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, Room, film, 8.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Wonderland, Alice in Wonderland musical, to Sat.
Nuffield, Roverang, to Sat.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

STOKE ST MICHAEL, Village Hall, Captain Fantastic, Moviola film.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Hidden Figures, film, 7.30.
Tacchi Morris Arts Centre, Voodoo Room, Hendrix and Cream tribute, 7.30.

THEALE, Panborough Inn, Mr Punch’s Folk Club.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, The Salesman, to Mon.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse Theatre, Weston Operatic Society in Annie Get Your Gun, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, The WOW Show, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, The ELO Experience, 7.30.

WINTERSLOW, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Lee Nelson, Serious Joker, comedy, and Sat, 7.30.

 

 

 

Saturday 22 April

BATH, Chapel Arts, Pop-Up Bowie with Paul Anthony, 8.
Komedia, Krater Comedy Club, The Noise Next Door, Suzi Rufell, Glenn Wool, Mark Olver, 8: Motorcity, 11pm.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Dani Harmer in Robin Hood, an Easter Pantomime: Richard Herring, The Best, comedy.
Shelley Theatre Boscombe, A Street Cat Named Bob, film, 8.

BOWERCHALKE, Village Hall, I Daniel Blake, Moviola film.
BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Melvin Tan, piano, Beethoven, Liszt, Dove, 7.30.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Cinema Museum Open Day, 10am, 11am, noon, 3pm: Eugene Onegin live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Phil Hammond, Dr Phil’s Health Revolution, comedy and medicine, 7.30.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Stacey Kent, jazz, 8.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Polka Theatre in Babe, The Sheep-Pig, and Sun, 11am and 2.30.
Cygnet Theatre, Beyond Face in Mixed Grill, 7.30.
The Bridge Inn, Doghouse Roses and Joseph Parsons Duo, folk roots, 7.30.

FROME, Memorial Theatre, One Night of Elvis, with Lee Memphis King, 7.30/

HONITON, The Beehive, Paddleboat in According to Arthur, 3.30.

LANGFORD BUDVILLE, Jubilee Hall, Squashbox Theatre, Curious Creatures, puppets, etc, 3.30. TA

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Jake Legg Jug Band, 8.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Calan, Welsh folk, 7.30.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, Welsh National Opera in Madam Butterfly.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Publick Transport in We are Bronte, 8: Eugene Onegin, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55.

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Emma and the Professor, song, bodhran, cajon, folk, free, noon: Eugene Onegin live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55.

SEATON, Gateway, Eugene Onegin, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.55.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, Childrens film, Moana, 2.30.

SOMERTON, Parish Rooms, A Street Cat Named Bob, Moviola film.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Britten Sinfonia Ensemble, with Nicholas Daniel, Finzi, Elias, Mozart, 8.

STARCROSS, St Paul’s Church, Peter Oswald, storyteller, Egil – a Viking Saga, 7.30. ViA

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Louis Pearl, The Amazin Bubble Man, magic and science, 11.30am and 2pm: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, encore by satellite from the Old Vic, 7.30.
Tacchi Morris Arts Centre, Immersion Theatre in Alice in Wonderland, 2.30: Deane Big Band in An Evening with Glenn Miller and Sinatra, 8.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, King King, blues, 8.

 

 

 

Sunday 23 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, Geoffrey Boycott, 7.30.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, The Shires.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, London Swing Orchestra, Mad Dogs and Englishmen, celebration for the feast of St George, 3pm.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Al Stewart: The Lantern, Jambinai.
Old Vic, The 24 Hour Plays, 8pm.
Hippodrome, The Big Act in Singin’ in the Rain, 7.30.
St George’s, Chineke! Orchestra, Sheku Canneh-Mason, cello, Haydn, Elgar, Mozart, 7.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman, folk, 8.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Jazz Brunch with Charlie Bicknell and Philip Clouts, 11am.

NETHER STOWEY, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

POOLE, Lighthouse, BSO Relaxed Teatime Classics, 3pm.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Jimmy Carr, comedy.
Turner Sims, Southampton Youth Jazz Orchestra, with Julian Arguelles, sax, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, The Dance Factory, showcase, Dance Dance Dance, 7.

 

 

 

Monday 24 April

BRISTOL, St George’s, Ensemble Variences, Evocations of Healing, inc Takemitsu, Ellison, Pecou, 7.
Hippodrome, Yamato Drummers.

CERNE ABBAS, Village Hall, A Street Cat Named Bob, Moviola film.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Didy Veldman’s Umanoove 1, The Happiness Project, contemporary dance, 7.30.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, The Commitments, to Sat.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, TAOS in Nine to Five, the Musical, to Sat, various times.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Fences, film.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Strictly Come Dancing’s Aljaz and Janette in Remembering Fred, 7.30.

 

 

 

Tuesday 25 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, English Touring Theatre production of Nell Gwynn, to Sat, Wed/Sat mats.
Komedia, HMS Morris, 7.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Eugene Onegin, by satellite from the Met, 6.

BRISTOL, Old Vic, Cheek by Jowl in The Winter’s Tale, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 1.30.
Hippodrome, Lord of the Dance – Dangerous Games, to Sun, Sat mat.
Spike Island Cafe, Living Spit in Tortoise v Hare, to Thurs, and 2-4 May, 7.30.
Colston Hall, Go Go Penguin play new score of Koyaanisqatsi, 1982 film, 8.
St George’s, Eddie Reader, 7.30.

CASTLE CARY, Ansford Hall, Sully, Moviola film.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Count Arthur Strong, The Sound of Mucus, comedy, 8.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Some People v Reginald D Hunter, comedy, 8.

MARNHULL, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

MEMBURY, Village Hall, A Street Cat Named Bob, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Rebecca Vaughan, Jane Eyre – an Autobiography, 7.30.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Drum Studio, National Theatre Connections, to Sat.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Race Horse Company in Super Sunday, circus from Finland, and Wed, 7.30: Cinema, Best, documentary.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Welsh National Opera, Le Vin Herbe.
Nuffield, Pygmalion, to 13 May.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Glastonbury and Street Musical Comedy Society in Guys and Dolls, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, Viceroy’s House, Silver Screening 11.15am: Kong: Skull Island, to Thurs.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Hidden Figures, film.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Banff Mountain Film Festival, 7.30.

 

 

 

Wednesday 26 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, One Item Only, storytelling with Margarita Sidirokastriti, and 5-7 May, and 21 June, day times.
Rondo, Bath Drama in Gothic, to Sat, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Julius Caesar, live by satellite from RSC, 7.

BRIDPORT, Electric Palace, Julius Caesar, live by satellite from RSC, 7.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Billy Ocean: Lantern, David Starkey, talk on Henry VIII.
Kings Weston House, Concert Theatre in The Tenant, Bronte and classical music, and Thurs, 7.30.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Milton Musical Society in Oklahoma, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.

EAST KNOYLE, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

EXETER, Phoenix, Police Dog Hogan.

FROME, Merlin Theatre, Julius Caesar, live by satellite from RSC, 7.

POOLE, Lighthouse, BSO, cond Daniele Rustioni, Andreas Ottensamer, clarinet, Weber, Mahler Symphony No 5, 7.30: Cinema, South Pacific, dementia friendly screening, 2pm.

SALISBURY, Cathedral, organ recital, 7.30.

SEATON, Gateway, Julius Caesar, live by satellite from RSC, 7.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, Under Milk Wood, to Sat, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, WNO, La Boheme and Fri.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Studio, Julius Caesar, live by satellite from RSC, 7, encore Tues Theatre, 7.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Vienna Festival Ballet in Cinderella, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Chris Ramsey, comedy, 7.30.

 

 

 

Thursday 27 April

BATH, Komedia, Russell Kane, Right Man Wrong Age.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, BSO, cond Daniele Rustioni, Andreas Ottensammer, clarinet, Weber, Mahler.
The Fleece, Stone Foundation, Street Rituals tour.

CROSCOMBE, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, State of Emergency in Where Is Home?, contemporary dance and live music, 7.30.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Goat and Monkey in The Devil Speaks True, 8pm:  Remembering Fred, with Aljaz and Janette from Strictly Come Dancing, 7.30.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Salberg Studio, 2Magpies in Ventoux, to Sat, 7.45, Sat mat 2.45.

SEATON, Gateway, Ruth Molins, flute, and Sally Jenkins, harp, Alwyn, Ravi Shankar, Faure, 7.45.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, WNO, Madama Butterfly, and Sat.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Neil Sands, music and memories, 2pm.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Count Arthur Strong, comedy, 8.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Sam Bailey, Sing My Heart Out, 7.30.

 

 

 

Friday 28 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, M6 Theatre in One Little Word, to Sun, day times.
Chapel Arts, Emily Maguire, singer songwriter, 8.
Komedia, Ministry of Burlesque, Twisted Cabaret, 8.

BICKENHALL, Village Hall, A Street Cat Named Bob, Moviola film.

BISHOPSTONE, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

BOURNEMOUTH, Shelley Theatre Boscombe, Flying Bridge Theatre in A Regular Little Houdini, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, Arts Centre, Free Fringe Fridays, 8.
McMillan Theatre, Dr Phil’s Health Revolution, comedy, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, The Beach Boys Story, 7.30.
Electric Palace, A Flea in Your Ear, preview event for Ukulele Opera Flea, 7.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Reginald D Hunter: Lantern, Police Dog Hogan.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Ramshackle Orchestra, Celtic folk, Klezmer, 8.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Skimmity Hitchers, folk, 8.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Richard Herring, comedy, 7.30.

FORDINGBRIDGE, Town Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

FROME, Merlin Theatre, Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre do Shakespeare, 7.45.

HONITON, The Beehive, Somewhere in Time, film, 2pm: Denial, film, 7.30.

ILMINSTER, Arts Centre, Alan Barnes, saxophone, Julian Stringle, clarinet, with Craig Milverton Trio, jazz, 8.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Parson Paschall’s Tale, costumed show with historian David Sebborn, Monmouth community play event, 6pm.
Fossil Festival, to Sunday, www.fossilfestival.co.uk

NORTON ST PHILIP, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Cinema, The Sense of an Ending, and Sat and Mon-Thurs.

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Barnstormers Comedy Club, 8.30.

SHERBORNE, Sherborne Abbey Festival, to Tues.
Abbey, Sherborne School Chamber Concert, 1.30pm: Tenebrae, A Hymn of Heavenly Beauty, 8pm.
Cheap Street Church, Ragtime Rediscovered with Mike Denham, piano, 3pm: Emerald O’Hanrahan, (Emma Grundy in The Archers), Jane Austen at Home, readings, 6pm.
Powell Theatre, Sherborne School Swing Band, 4.45.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Son, cond Robin Browning, Thomas Gould, violin, Richter, Barber, Elgar, Vaughan Williams, 7.30.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Arrival, Moviola film.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, The New Jersey Boys, 7.30.

TATWORTH, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, A Quiet Passion, to Mon.

WEST CAMEL, Davis Hall, Sully, Moviola film.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse Theatre, Vienna Festival Ballet in Cinderella, 7.30.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Patriot’s Day, film.

YEOVIL, Octagon, UK Pink Floyd Experience, 7.30.

 

 

 

Saturday 29 April

BATH, Chapel Arts, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman, 8.
Komedia, Krater Comedy Club with Marcel Lucont, Angela Barnes, Carey Marx, Jarred Christmas, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Let’s Hang On, the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Thomas Gould, violin, Gwilym Simcock, jazz piano, Bach’s violin music reimagined, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Kagemusha Taiko, 7.30.
Electric Palace, DJ Dr Funk’s Bank Holiday Boogie Funk and Soul. 8.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Lantern, Blanck Mass.

CHRISTCHURCH, Priory, Grange Choral Society, Bach St John Passion, 7.30.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Mark Nevin and his Band, founder of Fairground Attraction, 8.

DORCHESTER, The Trumpet Major, Wessex Consort flashmob, 2pm
St Mary’s Church,  Wessex Consort, Portraits of Dorset, 7pm.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Northern Ballet in Goldilocks and The Three Bears, 2, 4 and 6.
Phoenix, Alabama 5, Exile to Blues tour.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Tinariwen, 8.

HALSTOCK, Village Hall, The Light Between Oceans, Moviola film.

HONITON, The Beehive, Phil Beer Band, 8.

MARTOCK, Village Hall, Arrival, Moviola film.

MILBORNE PORT, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Tom McConville, 7.30.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Mini BSO Animal Zoo, 11.15am: Dean Friedman, 7.30.

PORTESHAM, Village Hall, Max Calaf Seve in Anyday, Spanish circus and mime, 7. AR

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Afternoon Tea with Wendy Cope, poetry, 3.
United Reformed Church, Salisbury Chamber Music Club, Fiona Brockhurst and the Amberley Ensemble, 7.30.

SEATON, Gateway, Riviera Dogs, music from 80s and 90s, 7.30.

SHERBORNE, Abbey (SAF), Sherborne School Close Harmony and Barbershop, 10.30am: Sherborne Youth Band, 2pm: Emma Johnson, Clarinet Goes to Town, with Johh Lenahan, piano, Paul Clarvis, drums, exploring American jazz, 7.30.
School for Girls, Stuart Centre, Samba Percussion Band, 10am.
Castleton Church, Rossignol Ensemble, Scarlatti the Elder, 4pm.

SIDMOUTH, Parish Church, Sidmouth Choral Society, Mozart Coronation Mass, Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, One Sound, local choirs collaboration, inc Love Soul, Sing Now and Sing Force, 8.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Sekou Keita, kora and djembe from Senegal, 8.

STINSFORD, St Michael’s Church, Wessex Consort, Musical settings of Hardy poems.  3pm.

TEFFONT, Village Hall, A United Kingdom, Moviola film.

WARMINSTER, Athenaeum, A Night of Burlesque and Cabaret, 8.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse Theatre, The Fureys, 7.30.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Frankie Miller’s Full House, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Black Dyke Band, 7.30.

 

 

 

Sunday 30 April

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion BSO, cond Jamie Phillips, Alexandra Dariescu, French Connection, Bizet, Saint Saens, Rachmaninov, Ravel, Stravinsky, 7.30.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, The Unthanks, How Wild the Wind Blows, songs and poems of Molly Drake, 7.30.  SOLD OUT

BRISTOL, Tobacco Factory, Kate Dimbleby, Songbirds, 4 and 7.30.
Colston Hall, Lantern, Keston Cobblers Club.
St George’s, Riff Raff’s Spring Fling, community choir, 2.30 and 7pm.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Swing Unlimited All Stars Big Band Count Basie Project, 7.30.

SHERBORNE, Abbey, SAF, Abbey Choir, Festival Eucharist, 9.30am: Gryphon School Choirs and Bournemouth Sinfonietta, Song Cycle, Vive la Velorution, 1.30pm: Romsey and Sherborne Abbey combined choirs, Choral Evensong, 5pm.
Castleton Church, Becket’s Consort, Sung Mattins, 11.15am.
Cheap Street Church, 20 Years of Sherborne Young Singers, 3.45pm.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Ruthie Henshall in Wessex Heartbeat’s 25th anniversary variety show, 7.
Nuffield, Comedy Bar with Shappi Khorsandi, O My Country, 7.30.
Engine Rooms, Alabama 5, Exile to Blues tour.
Sherborne School, Big Schoolroom, Parisien Moods, with The Gypsy Carnivals and Gabrielle Ducomble and her Trio, 7.45.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, The Very Hungry Caterpiller, 2.30.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, The Frank Sinatra Story, 7.30.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse Theatre, The Bib Band, with Five-Star Swing, 7.30.

WINTERBORNE STICKLAND, St Mary’s Church, Theatre Exchange in Our June’s Wedding, 3.30pm.  AR

YEOVIL, Octagon, Ballet Theatre UK in Alice in Wonderland, 2.30.

 

 

 

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