The Arts Diary

What’s on stage and screen in Dorset and Somerset, Devon, Hants and Wilts and beyond, from Friday 23rd February to Sunday 4th March 2018

 

Friday 23 February

ASHMORE, Village Hall, The Grahams, Americana. AR

BATH, Theatre Royal, BODS in My Fair Lady, to Sat, 7.30, Wed/Fri/Sat mats 2.30: Ustinov Studio, New Old Friends in world premiere of Crimes Under the Sun, and Sat 8: the egg, Polar Bears and Unicorn in The Polar Bears Go Up, to Sun, various day times.
Rondo, Playing Up in Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist, to Sat, 7.30.
Mission Theatre, Next Stage in His Dark Materials, to Sat, 7.30.
Various venues, Bach Fest, to Sat.
Guildhall, Bach Fest, Michala Petri, recorder, Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord,  Handel, Bach, Telemann, Rameau, Chedeville, 1pm.
Assembly Rooms, Bach Fest, Academy of Ancient Music, dir/harpsichord Christian Curnyn, Keri Fuge, soprano, Tim Mead, counter tenor, Corelli, Handel, Pergolesi, 7.30.
Chapel Arts, Damien O’Kane Trio, folk, 8.
Komedia, Ministry of Burlesque, cabaret, 8.

BICKENHALL, Village Hall, Victoria and Abdul, Moviola film.

BISHOPSTONE, Village Hall, Victoria and Abdul, Moviola film.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth Collegiate School in Sister Act, to Sat, 7.30.
Little Theatre, P and P Productions in A Bunch of Amateurs, to Sat, 7.45.
Old Fire Station, The Style Councillors and Our Favourite Shop.
Shelley Theatre, Degrees of Error Theatre in Murder She Didn’t Write, 7.30.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Welsh Sinfonia, cond Mark Eager, Saki Cato, guitar, Rossini, Rodrigo, Barber, Beethoven, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Lloyd and Rose Buck, Our Life with Birds, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Electric Palace, Bridport Pantomime Players, Lyric School of Dance, Rhythm Dance Centre in Treasure Island, a new pantomime, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.
Arts Centre, Pecho Mama in Medea Electronica, 8.

BRISTOL, Hippodrome, Wicked, to 3 March.
Tobacco Factory, Factory Company in Macbeth, to 7 April, Thur/Sat mats 2. (not Suns)
Colston Hall, Katherine Ryan, comedy: Binkbeats.
Folk House, Dempsey Broughton, folk.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Journey’s End, film, to Thurs.

COMBE ST NICHOLAS, Village Hall, The Death of Stalin, Moviola film.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Great Train Robbery, 7.30.

CREWKERNE, Henhayes Centre, Neil Maya Quartet, The Brubeck Project, 7.45. TA

CROWCOMBE, Village Hall, My Pure Land, Moviola film.

EXETER, Northcott, The Soldier’s Arts Academy in Soldier On, 7.30.

FORDINGBRIDGE, Town Hall, Victoria and Abdul, Moviola film.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, The Selecter and The Beat.

HALSTOCK, Village Hall, Townsend Productions in We are the Lions, Mr Manager. AR

HONITON, The Beehive, Brigadoon, 1954 film, 2pm.

HORNBLOTTON, Village Hall, Ninebarrow, folk, 7.30. TA

ILMINSTER, Warehouse, Youth Theatre in Playing with Shakespeare, 7, and Sat 2.30.
Arts Centre, The Sound of Blue Note, with Dave O’Higgins, jazz, 8.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Cara Dillon and Sam Lakeman.

NORTON ST PHILIP, Village Hall, The Mountain Between Us, Moviola film.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, The Little Matchgirl and other Happier Tales, to Sat: Drum, Clockwork Canaries, to 10 March.
Guildhall, BSO, cond Christoph Kernig, Leonard Elschenbroich, cello, Wagner, Elgar, Dvorak, 7.30.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Wizard in I Believe in Unicorns, and Sat, 11am and 2pm: John Etheridge’s Sweet Chorus, jazz, 8: Cinema, Journey’s End, and Sat, and Tues-Thurs.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Murder, Margaret and Me, about Margaret Rutherford and Agatha Christie, and Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.15: Salberg Studio, TFW, Wet Picnic in I’d Be Lost without It, 7.45.
Secret city centre location, TFW, Liz Hart in Mummy Monster, 7.45.
Arts Centre, Barnstormers Comedy, 8.30.
City Hall, Dance to the Music.
Sarum College Chapel, Mike Denham, piano, celebrating Scott Joplin Centenary, 12.45pm.

SEATON, The Gateway, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, encore from Young Vic, 7.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, A Quiet Passion, film, 8.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Miss Saigon, to 17 March.
Nuffield, Showstopper, The Improvised Musical.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, CC Smugglers, Bedfordshire guerrilla buskers band, 8.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Strode College Students in Made in Dagenham, the musical, to Sat, 7.30.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, encore screening from Young Vic, 7.30.

THEALE, Panborough Inn, Mr Punch’s Folk Club, open mic night, 8.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, The Beggar’s Opera, 7.10.

WATCHET, Village Hall, My Cousin Rachel, Moviola film.

WELLS, Cathedral School, Cedars Hall, Mei Yi Foo, piano, Unsuk Chin, Rzewski, Fujikura, Stravinsky, Debussy, 7.

WEST CAMEL, Davis Hall, Victoria and Abdul, Moviola film.

WESTBURY SUB MENDIP, Village Hall, Loving Vincent, Moviola film.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Rock for Heroes.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Vonda Shepard, 7.30.

WINTERSLOW, Village Hall, Hampstead, Moviola film.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Sinfonia Classica, dir Hans-Peter Hofmann, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cello, Handel, Haydn, Delius, Mozart, 7.30.

 

 

 

Saturday 24 February

BARNSTAPLE, St Ann’s Arts, Miranda Sykes, solo, Borrowed Places.

BATH, Assembly Rooms, Bach Fest, Brecon Baroque, dir/violin Rachel Podger, Daniele Caminiti, lute, Marcin Swiatkiewicz, harpsichord, Vivaldi, 11am.
Abbey, Bach Fest, The English Concert and the Erebus Ensemble, cond Harry Bicket, Lucy Crowe soprano, Anna Harvey, mezzo-soprano, Nick Pritchard, tenor, Ashley Riches, bass-baritone, Bach Mass in B Minor, 7.30.
Komedia, Krater Comedy Club with Andrew Bird, Andrew Ryan and Jared Christmas, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Tim Vine.
Shelley Theatre, Bournemouth Folk Club, John Smith, 8.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Band of HM Royal Marine Commando Training Centre, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, La Boheme, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.30.

BRISTOL, St George’s, (re-opening concert), Ewan McLennan, folk roots, and Yola Carter and Band, country, soul and gospel, 7pm: Manu Delago, radical percussion and composition, and his string ensemble, 10pm.
Colston Hall, Jake Bugg, acoustic.
Thekla, The Style Councillors and Our Favourite Shop.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, La Boheme, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.30.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar, 7.30.

COSSINGTON, St Mary’s Church, Full Circle in Outside the Box, 7pm. TA

DEVIZES, Corn Exchange, Sunjay, folk.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, The Wildes, acoustic blues rock, 8.

FROME, Merlin, Project Play in The Vicar of Dibley, to Tues, 7.45.
Cheese and Grain, The Pop Disaster Tour.

GILLINGHAM, Methodist Church, Music at GMC, Three Counties Choir, Deborah and Stephen Binnington, pianos, Brahms’ German Requiem, 7.30.

HINTON MARTEL, Village Hall, The Grahams, Americana. AR

ILMINSTER, Swanmead School, Modern Social Dance, 7.30.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Fundraiser with Jess Upton and the Guilty Pleasures.

MARTOCK, Parish Hall, The Death of Stalin, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Ennis Sisters and Dave Gunning.

NORTH BRADLEY, Village Hall, Tessa Bide, A Strange New Space, physical theatre and puppets, 2.30. RAW

POOLE, Lighthouse, La Boheme, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.30, encore 2 March 1.30: Ahir Shah, comedy, 8.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Salberg Studio, TFW, Publik Transport in We Are Bronte, 2.45 and 7.45.
Arts Centre, Steve Page, guitar and clawhammer banjo, noon: La Boheme, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, 5.30.
United Reformed Church, Salisbury Chamber Music Club, Sylvia Barry, violin, and friends, 7.30.

SOMERTON, Parish Rooms, Victoria and Abdul, Moviola film.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Tom Toomey and the MonifCats, 8.

STREET, Strode Theatre, A Woman’s Life, film.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Dizzy Comedy Night, 7.30.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Freckle in Tiddler and other Terrific Tales, and Sun, various times: Sanctuary, film, 7.30.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Motown’s Greatest Hits, 7.30.

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

 

 

 

Sunday 25 February

BATH, Chapel Arts, North Sea Gas, folk, 8.
Rondo, Iain Lee and Katherine Boyle in The Rabbit Hole, freeform phone in, 7.30.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, BSO, cond Christoph Konig, Leonard Elschenbroich, cello, Wagner, Elgar, Dvorak, 3.
Pavilion Dance, U Dance South West, youth dance showcase, 7pm.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Greg Russell, folk, 7pm.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Wizard Theatre in Michael Morpurgo’s I Believe in Unicorns, 12.30 and 2.30pm.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Nils Frahm.

HANGING LANGFORD, Village Hall, The Party, Moviola film.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Township Jazz with Neil Maya.

MILBORNE ST ANDREW, Village Hall, The Grahams, Americana. AR

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, No Finer Life.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Cinema, Walk with Me, documentary, and Tues.

SHAFTESBURY, Port Regis Farrington Music School, Shaftesbury Chamber Music Series, Viv McLean and Tim Horton Piano Duet, Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Stravinsky, 5pm.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield, Reginald D Hunter, comedy, 7.30.

STREET, Strode Theatre, La Boheme, recorded from the Metropolitan Opera: Darkest Hour, film, and Mon

WELLS, Cathedral School, Cedars Hall, Wells String Orchestra, Nielssen, Tchaikovsky, 4pm.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Patricia Hodge and Alex Jennings, narrators, Lucy Parham, piano, Odyssey of Love, Liszt and his women, 5pm.

 

 

 

Monday 26 February

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, Amy Conway’s Super Awesome World, 7pm, and Tues 1pm.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Tiddler and other Terrific Tales, and Tues.

EXMOUTH, 10 Bicton Street, Exmouth Players in A Tomb with a View, to Sat, 7.30.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, Yasmina Reza’s Art, to Sat.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield, Watermill in Teddy, The Musical, to Sat.

STREET, Strode Theatre, The Post, film, and Tues/Thurs.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Tangle Company in Doctor Faustus. AR

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri, and Tues.

 

 

 

Tuesday 27 February

BATH, Theatre Royal, Gwen Taylor and Susan Penhaligon in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, to Sat, various times, Wed/Thur/Sat mats.

BOURNEMOUTH, BIC, X Factor Live.
Shelley Theatre, Dunkirk, Moviola film.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, La Boheme by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera House, 5.30pm.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Chouk Bwa Libete:  London Metropolitan Brass.

CASTLE CARY, Caryford Hall, My Cousin Rachel, Moviola film.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To, 7.30.

MARNHULL, Village Hall, Goodbye Christopher Robin, Moviola film.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Tangle in Dr Faustus, 7.30.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Darkest Hour, film, and Wed.
Tacchi-Morris, Heathfield students in Come Fly with Me, to Thurs, 7.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, Levison Wood, explorer, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Take Art Spring Forward Dance Platform, 7.30. TA

 

 

 

Wednesday 28 February

BATH, Theatre Royal, Ustinov Studio, Actors Touring Company in Winter Solstice by Roland Schimmelpfennig, to Sat, 8.
Rondo, Phoebe Kemp in May, true suffragette story, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Some People vs Reginald D Hunter, comedy.
Shelley Theatre, The Death of Stalin, Moviola film.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Iford Arts Young Artists opera showcase, Rhiannon Llewellyn, soprano, Frederick Long, baritone, inc Mozart, Sondheim, Bernstein, 1pm: The Winter’s Tale, live by satellite from Royal Ballet, 7.15.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Take Art Spring Forward Dance Platform, 7.30. TA

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Apocalyptica, Four Cellos play Metallica: Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro.
St George’s, The Hall on the Hill, new community opera celebrating new St George’s Space, by Mark Lawrence and Claire Williamson, and Thurs, 7.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, The Winter’s Tale, live by satellite from Royal Ballet, 7.15, encore 4 March 2pm.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Oliver Wass, harp, 1pm.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Mike Denham’s Speakeasy with Mike Snelling, saxophone, jazz, 8.

FROME, Merlin, The Winter’s Tale, live by satellite from Royal Ballet, 7.15.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, The Limehouse Golem, film.

POOLE, Lighthouse, BSO, cond David Hills, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Haydn Creation, 7.30: 20th Century Boy – the Musical, to Sat: Cinema, West Side Story, dementia friendly screening, 2pm.

SALISBURY, City Hall, Ant Middleton.

STREET, Strode Theatre, The Winter’s Tale, live by satellite from Royal Ballet, 7.15.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, The Winter’s Tale, live by satellite from Royal Ballet, 7.15.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, Wareham Rex Players in Happy Days, to Sat, 7.30.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, TJ Higgs.

 

 

Thursday 1 March

BATH, Mission Theatre, Bath University Student Theatre in The Comedy of Errors, to Sat, 7.30.
Chapel Arts, Ezio, new folk, 8.
Komedia, Richard Herring, Oh Frig, I’m 50, comedy, 8.
Rondo, Brighid’s Flame in The Hallows, music and storytelling, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Soul Legends.
Pavilion Dance, Ten by Ace Dance in flamenco, kathak and Afro fusion, 7.30.
Shelley Theatre, Bournemouth Folk Club, The Furrow Collective, 8.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Cilla and the Shades of the Sixties, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arst Centre, World Book Day, story time, 4pm.
Electric Palace, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, encore from Young Vic, 7.

BRISTOL, Old Vic, Chekov’s The Cherry Orchard, to 7 April, 7.30, some Thur/Sat mats 2.30.
Colston Hall, Stewart Lee (sold out): Savitri Grier and Richard Uttley: Broken Glass Ensemble.
Wardrobe Theatre, BOV Walkabout, Booby’s Bay, to Sat, 8, Sat mat 2.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Jaws, film, 8.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, The Party, 11am and 7.30pm.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Dorchester Arts, Rhodri Miles in Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon, 8.

FROME, Merlin, La Boheme, recorded from the Metropolitan Opera, 7.

KINGSBURY EPISCOPI, Village Hall, The Death of Stalin, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Origins in Fresh Start.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Sherling Studio, Tangle in Doctor Faustus, 8.

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Hotel Salvation, film, 7.30.

SHAFTESBURY, Angola 76, Pressgang.

SIDMOUTH, Manor Pavilion, Spencer J and the Copycat Crickets, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Buddy, 7.30,

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Academy of Ancient Music, Mortal Voices, dir/harpsichord Christian Curnyn, Keri Fuge, soprano, Tim Mead, counter-tenor, Corelli, Handel, Pergolesi Stabat Mater, 8.

STREET, Strode Theatre, My Left Foot, 1989 film.

WELLS, Cathedral, Owain Park, organ recital, 1pm.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, Churchill Academy in Singin’ in the Rain, to Sat, various times.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Project Play in The Vicar of Dibley, to Sat, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Swansea City Opera in The Barber of Seville, 7.30.

 

 

 

Friday 2 March

BATH, Theatre Royal, Deborah Cadbury, Queen Victoria’s Matchmaking, talk and lunch, noon: the egg, M6 Theatre in A Tiger’s Tale, to Sun, various day times.
Chapel Arts, Adam Wakeman and Damian Wilson, 8.
Komedia, The Scummy Mummies Show, 8.
Rondo, John Robbins, The Darkness of Robbins, comedy, and Sat, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Johnny Cash Roadshow.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Bath Spa University Choir, inc Christopher Tin’s Calling All Dawns, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, So You Think You Know About Dinosaurs,  6.30.

BRIDPORT, Arst Centre, London Astrobeat Orchestra performs songs from the Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense, 8.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, BSO, cond Pete Harrison, Heroes and Monsters, music from the movies, 7.30:  Hannah Williams and the Affirmations.
O2 Academy, Cash, Payin’ Respect to the Man in Black.
Hen and Chicken, Dane Baptiste, G.O.D. (Gold, Oil, Drugs), comedy.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, You’ve Got a Friend, the music of James Taylor and Carole King, 7.30.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Dorchester Arts, George Egg, DIY Chef, comedy, 8.

EXETER, Cygnet Theatre, Antonio Oyarzabal, piano, Schumann, Debussy, Ravel, Monpou, 7.30.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, Hells Bells, tribute.

FROME, Merlin, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, encore from Young Vic, 7.

ILMINSTER, Arts Centre, Dart Valley Stompers, New Orleans jazz, 8.

LAMYATT, Village Hall, Scratchworks in The Great Train Robbery, 7.30. TA

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, The Boadicea of Britannia Street.

MERE, Lecture Hall, My Cousin Rachel, Moviola film.

MILBORNE PORT, Village Hall, Neil Maya Quartet, The Brubeck Project, 7.30. TA

MONKTON COMBE, School, Bowerman Hall, Valentina Lisitsa, piano, 7.30.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Dylan Thomas – Clown in the Moon.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Sherling Studio, The Grahams, Americana, 8: La Boheme, encore from Metropolitan Opera, 1.30: Cinema, Phantom Thread, and Sat, Tues-Thurs and 23 and 30 March: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and 7/9/27 March.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Salberg Studio, Exeter House School and StopGap Dance showcase, 7pm.
Arts Centre, Vamos Theatre in A Brave Face, 8.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, The Handmaiden, film, 8.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Gary Husband, piano, percussion, composer, A Meeting of Spirits, re-imagining the music of John McLaughlin, 8.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Twelfth Night, from the RSC, 7:  Journey’s End, film, and Mon.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Boogie Nights, 1970s Disco Party, 7.30.

WEST LYDFORD, Village Hall, The Exception, Moviola film.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Some Guys Have all the Luck.

WINFRITH NEWBURGH, Village Hall, Winfrith Drama Group in double bill, Funeral Tea and All Shapes and Sizes, and Sat, 7.30, with supper.

WINTERBORNE STICKLAND, Village Hall, Adverse Camber in Dreaming the Night Field : a Legend of Wales. AR

WIVELISCOMBE, Primary School, Keira Martin in Here Comes Trouble, 8pm. TA

YEOVIL, Octagon, The Little Mix Experience, 6pm.

 

 

 

Saturday 3 March

BATH, Chapel Arts, FolkLore, folk rock, 8.

BEAULIEU, Abbey, Music at Beaulieu, Axel Trolese, piano, Handel, Clementi, Brahms, Beethoven, 7pm.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Juke Box.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Stan and Mabel and the Race for Space, with Ensemble 360 and narrator Polly Ives, 3pm: Ensemble 360, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, Arts Centre, U2 Baby, tribute, 8pm.
McMillan Theatre, Oas_is vs Blurd, tribute, 8pm.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Angel Exit in The Drive, 7.30.

BRISTOL, St George’s, Brandon Hill Chamber Orchestra, cond Maxime Tortellier, Veronika Ilinskaya, Wagner, Mozart, Beethoven, 7.45.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Paddington 2, film, 11am, and Mon, 2.30 and 7.30: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, film, to Mon.

CLAPTON and WAYFORD, Village Hall, Buffalo Girls, Miraculous Medicine Show, 7.30. TA

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Where’s My Igloo Gone, 11.30am and 2.30pm: Richard Strange, 8pm.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Dorchester Arts, Elles Bailey, blues, country, etc, 8.

EXETER, Salvation Army Temple, Exeter Bach Society, Bach St Matthew Passion, 7.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, The Bohemians, tribute.

FROME, Merlin, Alex Walton in From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads, 7.45.
Cheese and Grain, Legend, tribute to Bob Marley and the Wailers.
Memorial Theatre, The Searchers.

GOATHURST, Village Hall, Scratchworks in The Great Train Robbery, 7.30. TA

HALSTOCK Village Hall, Dunkirk, Moviola film.

HONITON, Beehive, Alun Cochrane, comedy, 8.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Emily Maguire.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Cinema, Darkest Hour, and 13/28/29 March/7 April.

SALISBURY, City Hall, The Selecter and The Beat.
Arts Centre, Baroness Shirley Williams, 7.30.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, Pop-Up Opera in Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Southampton Youth Orchestra, A Musical Tour of Scandinavia, 7.30.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Reg Meuross, 8.

STOKE ST MARY, Village Hall, Chris Fogg, Home Movies, 7.30.  TA

STREET, Strode Theatre, Wells Cathedral School Jazz Orchestra, 7.30: Last Flag Flying, film, and Sun.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Islands in the Stream, the music of Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, 7.30.

TAUNTON, Tacchi-Morris, @2K Theatre in Still Life: Red Peppers, 7.30.

WARMINSTER, Athenaeum, The Unravelling Wilburys.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Dusty and the Shades of the 60s.

WOOTTON FITZPAINE, Village Hall, Adverse Camber in Dreaming the Night Field : a Legend of Wales. AR

YEOVIL, Octagon, Faustus, folk, 7.30.
Westlands, The Big School Reunion, 8.

 

 

 

Sunday 4 March

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, Joe Brown, Just Joe.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Hazel O’Connor, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arst Centre, The Winters Tale recorded from the Royal Ballet, 2pm.

BRISTOL, Tobacco Factory, Andy Zaltzman, comedy, 8.
St George’s, Spiro, Leveret and Three Cane Whale, folk, 8pm.

CROWCOMBE, Village Hall, Victoria and Abdul, Moviola film.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Stewart Lee – Content Provider, and Tuesd, 7.30.
Corn Exchange, Joe Lycett, comedy, 8.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, Dusty and the Shades, tribute.

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

NETHER STOWEY, Village Hall, The Death of Stalin, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Bearface Theatre in Forest Fables and Seaside Stories, 10.30am, and 8 April.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, Stewart Lee, Content Provider.

SEATON, The Gateway, The Flames of Parish, satellite recording from the Bolshoi, 3pm.

STREET, Strode Theatre, The Flames of Paris, from the Bolshoi Theatre, 3pm.

SWANAGE, Durlston Castle, BSO Flute, Viola and Harp Trio, Impressions of Spring and Summer. AR

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, The Post, to Thurs.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, G4 Live.

WILTON, Parish Church, Salisbury Baroque, dir Theresa Caudle, bass Ben Davies and soprano Julie Cooper, from The Sixteen, Bach, Purcell, 6pm.

YEOVIL, Octagon,The Royal Marine’s Association Concert Band with Yeovilton Military Wives Choir, in aid of RM Charitable Trust, 3pm.

 

 

 

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