The Arts Diary

What’s on stage and screen in Dorset and Somerset, Devon, Hants and Wilts and beyond, from Friday 20th to Sunday 29th April 2018

 

Friday 20 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, Ronald Harwood’s Quartet, with Paul Nicholas, Sue Holderness, Jeff Rawle and Wendi Peters, to Sat, Wed/Sat mats: the egg, Box Clever in Romeo and Juliet, 10.30am, 1 and 7pm, and Sat 11.30am and 3pm.
Chapel Arts, Ranagri, Irish-English folk, 8.
Komedia, Rebecca Louise Sings Adele, 7.30.
Mission Theatre, Next Stage in David Auburn’s Proof, to Sat, 7.30.
Rondo, Spare Room Theatre in The Story of My Life, to Sat, 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, BIC, Roy Orbison – in Dreams, the Hologram Tour.
Shelley Theatre, Don’t Go Into the Cellar in Murder by Gas Light, 7.30.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Tcha Limberger Trio, European gypsy jazz, 7.30.

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

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Helen Seymour in To Helen Back, comedy and performance art, 8: Jazz Cafe with The Hot Club of Stonehouse, 8.
Electric Palace, Paul Lamb and the King Snakes, 8.
BRISTOL, Colston Hall and other venues, Bristol New Music weekend, to Sun.
Old Vic, English Touring Theatre, Nuffield Southampton and Theatre Clwyd in A Streetcar Named Desire, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.
Tobacco Factory, A View from the Bridge, to 12 May.
Hippodrome, The Band, Take That’s new musical, to Sat 28 April.
St George’s, Trevor Pinnock  (harpsichord) and Friends, Sophie Gent and Matthew Truscott, violins, Jonathan Manson, viola da gamba, Hacquart, Froberger, Bach, Goldberg, Buxtehude, Handel, 7.30.
Colston Hall, Grumpy Old Women to the Rescue, with Jenny Eclair, Dilly Keane and Lizzie Roper.
O2 Academy, The White Buffalo.
Victoria Rooms, Ulrich Mertin, contemporary viola, Brett Dean, Jordan Hirst, Kenji Bunch and Ali Ekber Cicek, etc, 1.15.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Milton Musical Society in My Fair Lady, to Sat, 7.30, Sat mat 2.30.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Megson, 7.30.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Dorchester Arts, Skimmity Hitchers, 8.

DUNSTER, Village Hall, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Moviola film.

EDINGTON, Village Hall, The Death of Stalin, Moviola film.

EXETER, Corn Exchange, Daliso Chaponda, comedy, What the African Said.
Powderham Castle, The Meridies Piano Trio, 7.30.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, Girl Power.

FORDINGBRIDGE, Town Hall, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Moviola film.

FROGHAM, Village Hall, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Moviola film.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, London African Gospel Choir sing Graceland.

GILLINGHAM, Methodist Church, Music at GMC, Duncan Honeybourne, piano, recital commemorating centenary of the Armistice, including premiere of work by Sadie Harrison, 7.30.

GREAT SOMERFORD, Walter Powell School, Opera Dudes in Licensed to Trill, 7.30. RAW

HARDINGTON MANDEVILLE, Village Hall, Victoria and Abdul, Moviola film.

HONITON, Beehive, How Green Was My Valley, 1941 film, 3pm: Phantom Thread, film, 7.30.

HULLAVINGTON, Village Hall, Bowjangles, Myths and Legends, chamber music and comedy, 8. RAW

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, The Pantaloons in War of the Worlds.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Lyric, Jersey Boys, to 28 April: Drum, National Theatre Connections, to Sat.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Sherling Studio, Renato D’Aiello Quartet, jazz, 8: Cinema, Isle of Dogs, and Sat, Tues to Thurs.

PORTSMOUTH, Guildhall, BSO, cond Karabits, Alexandra Soumm, violin, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Moonfleet, new musical to 5 May, 7.30, Thurs/Sat mats 2.15: Salberg Studio, Eclipse in Black Men Walking, to Sat, 7.45.
Arts Centre, Too Pretty to Punch, cabaret exploring transgender violence, 8.
City Hall, Jason Manford, Muddle Class, comedy.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, The Decameron, Uncensored, to Sat, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Titanic – The Musical, and Sat.
Nuffield Theatre, Birdsong, to Sat.
Turner Sims, Sona Jobarteh, female kora virtuoso, 8.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, The Party, Petherton Picture Show.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Glastonbury and Street Musical Comedy Society in Copacabana, to Sat.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Seven Drunken Nights, the Music of the Dubliners, 7.30.
Bishop Fox’s, InspirED Drama and DanceNET, 2 to 5pm. TA
Tacchi-Morris, Highly Sprung in Fallout, physical theatre, 7.30.

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

TINCLETON, Gallery, Ronan Magill, classical piano, and Sat.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, Red Sparrow, to Thurs.

WESTON SUPER MARE, Playhouse, The South.

WINTERSLOW, Village Hall, Murder on the Orient Express, Moviola film.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Jason Donovan and his Amazing Midlife Crisis, 7.30.
Westlands, Dreamboys, 7.30.

 

 

 

Saturday 21 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, Box Clever in Romeo and Juliet, 11.30am and 3pm.
Chapel Arts, The Leylines, folk punk, 8.
Komedia, Krater Comedy Club, with Charlie Baker, Suzie Ruffell, Roger Monkhouse and Maff Brown, 8.

BOTHENHAMPTON, Village Hall, Murder on the Orient Express, Moviola film.

BOURNEMOUTH, Shelley Theatre, Bournemouth Folk Club, Ben Ottewell (Gomez), 8.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Westminster Chamber Orchestra, cond Peter Davis, Cordelia Williams, piano, Holst, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Respighi, Neilsen, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, Arts Centre, Oye Santana, tribute, 8pm.

BRINKWORTH, Village Hall, Opera Dudes in Licensed to Trill, 7.30. RAW

BRISTOL, St George’s, Bristol Phoenix Choir and Orchestra, cond Paul Walton, Jessica Cole soprano, Jenna Brown alto, Iain Macleod-Jones tenor, Alexander Learmouth bass, Handel, Mozart, Haydn Creation Mass, 7.30.
Colston Hall, Keith Tippett Octet, 6.30.
Folk House, Urban Folk Quartet.

CHRISTCHURCH, Priory, Grange Choral Society, Orquestra, cond Marcio da Silva, Rossini, Brahms, Gesang der Parzen.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Dipper Malkin, 7.30.

DILTON MARSH, Memorial Hall, Bowjangles, Myths and Legends, chamber music and comedy, 7.30. RAW

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Richard Herring, Oh Frig, I’m 50, 7.30.
Corn Exchange, Oas-Is and Stereoironics, tributes, 7.30.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, The Bowie Experience.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Dreadzone.
Memorial Theatre, Dad’s Army – a Salute to the 1940s, 6pm.

HALSTOCK, Village Hall, The Mountain Between Us, Moviola film.

HONITON, Beehive, Sarah McQuaid, singer songwriter, 8.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Tom Stade, comedy.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Ninebarrow, album launch, 8: Mini BSO 11.15am: Sherling Studio, A Strange New Space, 11am and 2pm: Coastal Comedy with Phil Butler, 8: Cinema, You Were Never Really Here, and Thurs.

SALISBURY, Arts Centre, Ellie Showering, singer songwriter, noon: Peter Tatchell, talk, 7.30.
City Hall, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac – 40 Years of Rumours.

SIDMOUTH, Manor Pavilion, AJ’s Big Band, 7.30.

SOMERTON, Parish Room, Goodbye Christopher Robin, Moviola film.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Sgt Pepper with Harvey Brough and the USB Choir, 8.

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Forever in Blue Jeans, 7.30.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Jon Boden, folk, 7.30.

 

 

 

Sunday 22 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, Box Clever in Macbeth, 11.30am and 3pm.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Secret Places of the Soul, Catrin Finch, harp, Elin Manahan-Thomas, soprano, Purcell, Mozart, Schubert, Tchaikovsky, 7.30.

BRISTOL, The Sportsmans, A Hawk and the Hacksaw, 8pm.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, The Shape of Water, film, to Tues various times.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Dorchester Arts, Jay Foreman’s Disgusting Songs for Revolting Children, 2.30.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Sunday Sessions, with Brian Street, free, 3pm.

NETHER STOWEY, Village Hall, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Moviola film.

SALISBURY, City Hall, Kim Wilde, Here Come the Aliens.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Bill Bailey, and Sun 6 May, 8pm.
Nuffield Theatre Campus, Deborah Frances-White, Guilty Feminist Podcast, comedy.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Dave Berry and special guests, 7.

TAUNTON, Tacchi-Morris, Immersion Theatre in The Jungle Book, 2pm.

WORTH MATRAVERS, Square and Compass, The Rheingans Sisters, contemporary folk.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Bach to Bacherach, 7.30.

 

 

 

Monday 23 April

EXETER, Phoenix, The Rheingans Sisters, contemporary folk.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Kris Drever, singer songwriter, 7.30.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Finding Your Feet, film, and Tues 7.30, Wed 2pm.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Classical Concert Series, Sinfonia Classica, dir Hans-Peter Hofman, Peter Donohoe, piano, Respighi, Beethoven, Schubert, 7.30.

 

 

 

Tuesday 24 April

BATH, Mission Theatre, Black Dog in Orphan, to Fri, 7.30.

BRISTOL, St George’s, Benjamin Grosvenor, piano, Bach, Brahms, Debussy, etc, 7.30.
Colston Hall, Barenaked Ladies: Lantern, John Rouse.

CASTLE CARY, Caryford Hall, Murder on the Orient Express, Moviola film.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, God’s Own Country, 7.30.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Metta Theatre in Little Mermaid – the Circus Sensation, to Sat, 7, mats Wed 1.30, Sat 2.30.

MARNHULL, Village Hall, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Moviola film.

NEW MILTON, Forest Arts, Maddy Prior.

PLYMOUTH, Theatre Royal, Drum, Wardrobe Ensemble in Education, Education, Education, to Sat.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Sherling Studio, Bournemouth and Poole College students in Life and Death in an Ocean Full of Hope, theatre with music, 7.30: Cinema, Westwood: Punk Activist Icon, 6.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, The Kite Runner, to Sat, 7.30, Thurs/Sat mats 2.
Turner Sims, European Union Chamber Orchestra, cond Hans-Peter Hoffman, Nikolai Demidenko, piano, Respighi, Mozart, Schumann, premiere by Anna Disley-Simpson, 8.

STREET, Strode Theatre, The Square, film, and Wed.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, The Mercy, 2.15.

WEYMOUTH, Pavilion, Banff Mountain Film Fest.

 

 

 

Wednesday 25 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, Robert Powell and Liza Goddard in world premiere of Simon Reade’s Sherlock Holmes: The Final Curtain, to 5 May, mats 28 April, 2,3,5 May, 2.30.
Rondo, Bath Drama in She Stoops to Conquer, to Sat, 7.30.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Brian Ferry: Lantern, Grant-Lee Phillips.
St George’s, Joan as Policewoman, the Damned Devotion Tour, 7pm.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Lady Bird, film, and Thurs, various times.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Emma Abate, with Julian Perkins, 1pm.

EAST KNOYLE, Village Hall, Murder on the Orient Express, Moviola film.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Handel’s Messiah recorded from Bristol Old Vic, 7.

POOLE, Lighthouse, BSO, cond James Feddeck, Daniel Muller-Schott, cello, Britten, Dvorak, R Strauss, 7.30: Cinema, The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) 2pm.

SALISBURY, City Hall, Heather Small, The Voice of M People.

SEATON, The Gateway, Handel’s Messiah recorded from Bristol Old Vic, 7.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Banff Mountain Film Festival, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, A Spoonful of Sherman, new musical of songs by the Sherman Brothers, and Thurs, 7.30.

 

 

 

Thursday 26 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, Ustinov Studio, The Whale by Samuel D Hunter, UK premiere, to 26 May.
Chapel Arts, The Outside Track, Celtic Fringe 8.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, The Waterboys.
Pavilion Dance, Panta Rei Danse Teater in Promise of Departure, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, Arts Centre, Sarah McQuaid, 8pm.
McMillan Theatre, Iain Stirling, comedy, 8.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Kinetics, film, 7.30.

BRISTOL, St George’s, Ivan Ilic, piano, Haydn, Beethoven, 1pm: Martin Speake Quartet, with Ethan Iverson, piano, jazz, 8.
Colston Hall, G3, with Joe Satriani, etc.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Henry Blofield: 78 Retired, 7.30.

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

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Dorchester Arts, Budapest Cafe Orchestra, 8.

EXETER, Cathedral, BSO, cond James Feddeck, Daniel Muller-Schott, cello, Dvorak, Britten, Strauss, 7.30.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, Pasha Kovalev and Anya Garnis, The Magic of Hollywood.

FROME, Merlin, Frome Drama Club in The Lady in the Van, to Sat, 7.45.

HONITON, Beehive, James Wilton Dance in Leviathon, 7.30.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Sherling Studio, BSO Strings, Meet the Music, Tchaikovsky, 1pm.

SALISBURY, Playhouse, Salberg Studio, An Dangerous Woman, by Manjeet Mann, to Sat, 7.45.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield City, NST, Count Arthur Strong, comedy.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Street Theatre in Knickerbocker Glories, to Sun. (check these dates)

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Neil Sands Co in Land of Hope and Glory, 2pm.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, Twist and Shout, musical, 7.30.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Vienna Festival Ballet in Swan Lake, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Westlands, Gilbert O’Sullivan, 7.30.

 

 

 

Friday 27 April

BATH, Theatre Royal, the egg, Birmingham Repertory Theatre in Penguins, to Sun, day times.
Chapel Arts, The Jerry Lee Lewis Story with Peter Gill, 8.
Komedia, Ministry of Burlesque.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavilion, The Illegal Eagles.
Shelley Theatre, Joe Black, Touch of Evil: a Celebration of Villainy in Song, 8.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Nash Ensemble, Mahler, Mozart, Brahms, Judith Weir, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, McMillan Theatre, Henry Blofeld, 78 Retired, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, Hiccup Projects in It’s OK, I’m Dealing with It, dance theatre, 8.

BRISTOL, Colston Hall, Lantern, Drenge.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Cregan and Co, Bournemouth’s Rod Stewart guitarist.

COLYTON, Village Hall, Murder on the Orient Express, Moviola film.

CROWCOMBE, Village Hall, The Party, Moviola film.

EXMOUTH, Pavilion, Patsy Cline and Friends, tribute to Cline, Williams and Reeves.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Complete Madness

GILLINGHAM, School, Panta Rei Danseteater in Promise of Departure, dance, 7.30. AR

HONITON, Beehive, Loving Vincent, film, 7.30.

ILMINSTER, Arts Centre, Kick Ass Brass with singer Jaqui Hicks, soul funk, 8.

NORTON ST PHILIP, Village Hall, Breathe, Moviola film.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac – 40 Years of Rumours, 7.30: Black Theatre Live and Yellow Earth in Mountains: The Dreams of Lily Kwok, and Sat, 7.45, Sat mat 2.30: Finding Your Feet,  and Sat and Tues-Thurs.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, Frantz, film, 8.

SIDMOUTH, Manor Pavilion, Variety by the Sea cabaret, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Turner Sims, Simon Trpceski, piano, Grieg, Mendelssohn, Rimsky-Korsakov, 8.

SOUTH PETHERTON, Church, Fiddlestix, ceilidh, in aid of church and Petherton Folk Fest, 7.

STREET, Strode Theatre, Studio, Street Theatre in Knickerbocker Glories, four short suffragette plays, 7.45, and Sat 2pm, Sun7pm: Macbeth from the RSC, satellite recording, 7.

TATWORTH, Village Hall, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Moviola film.

TAUNTON, Brewhouse, London Symphony, film without words, poetic journey through the city of London, 7.30.

WAREHAM, Rex Cinema, Isle of Dogs, to Mon.

WATCHET, Village Hall, Maudie, Moviola film.

WEST CAMEL, Davis Hall, Murder on the Orient Express, Moviola film.

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, Colin Blunstone, 7.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Jodie Jackson in Material Girl, Madonna’s greatest hits, 7.30.
Westlands, Brian Conley, Still The Greatest Entertainer (in his price-range), 7.30.

 

 

 

Saturday 28 April

BATH, Chapel Arts, The Joni Mitchell Songbook, Both Sides Now, 8.
Komedia, Krater Comedy Club with Mike Wilmot, Javier Jarquin, Matt Richardson and Alex Boardman.

BOURNEMOUTH, Pavillion, BSO, cond Victor Aviat, presenter Anne-Marie Minhall, Tchaikovsky, Grieg, Rachmaninov, Hall of Fame, 7.
Pavilion Dance, Jane Farrell Ballet School, A Time to Dance, 3pm.

BOWERCHALKE, Village Hall, The Death of Stalin, Moviola film.

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, Bath Male Choir and Salisbury Plain Military Wives Choir, 7.30.

BRIDGWATER, Arts Centre, Dean Friedman, 40th Anniversary tour, 8pm.
McMillan Theatre, Katie Piper, What’s in My Head, 7.30.

BRIDPORT, Arts Centre, People’s Theatre in The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, 2: Massenet’s Cendrillon, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, with Joyce di Donato, 5.55.

BRISTOL, St George’s, Bristol Ensemble, Notes for Women, Hildegarde von Bingen, Barbara Strozzi, Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre, Francesa Caccini, Isabella Leonada, Maddalena Laura Sirmen, 7.30
Anson Rooms, The Dead South, folk.

BUCKLAND NEWTON, Village Hall, Panta Rei Danseteater in Promise of Departure, dance, 7.30. AR

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Massenet’s Cendrillon, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, with Joyce di Donato, 5.55.

FROME, Cheese and Grain, Eric Bibb.
Memorial Theatre, Marty Wilde and the Wildcats.

KINGTON LANGLEY, Village Hall, Bowjangles, Myths and Legends, chamber music and comedy, 7.30. RAW

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Henry Blofeld : 78 Retired, 7.30.

MARTOCK, Village Hall, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, Moviola film.

POOLE, Lighthouse, Five Dorset Choirs and Orchestra, cond Simon Lole, Elgar, The Dream of Gerontius, 7.30: Sherling Studio, Bilal Zafar in Biscuit, comedy, 8: Cinema Massenet’s Cendrillon, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, with Joyce di Donato, 5.55, encore 4 May, 1.30pm.

SALISBURY, United Reformed Church, Salisbury Chamber Music Club, Arcangeli, with Helena de Rijke and Jenny Broome, harps, 7.30.

SEATON, The Gateway, Mad Dog Mcrea, 7.30.

SHAFTESBURY, Arts Centre, Paddington 2, film, 2pm: Viva Neil Diamond, 7.30.

SOUTHAMPTON, Nuffield City, Tom Allen, comedy, and Nuffield Campus, 13 May.
Turner Sims, Mark Guiliana Quartet, jazz, 8.

STREET, Strode Theatre, (Theatre and Studio) Massenet’s Cendrillon, live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, with Joyce di Donato, 5.55

STURMINSTER NEWTON, The Exchange, Patsy Cline and Friends, 7.30.

TEFFONT, Village Hall, Breathe, Moviola film.

WELLS, Cathedral School, Cedars Hall, PeeWee Ellis and the Swing Machine Jazz Orchestra, 7.

WEST BAY, Sladers Yard, Philippa Mo, violin, Partita, Fantasia, Caprice, 6.30. 

WIMBORNE, Tivoli, The Shape of Water, film, and Mon/Tues, 7.30, Wed 2.30.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Heatwave, live in concert, 7.30.

 

 

 

Sunday 29 April

BATH, Komedia, Aquapella in I Wouldn’t Be, acapella from the University of Bath.

BISHOPSTONE, Village Hall, Bowjangles, Myths and Legends, chamber music and comedy, 7. RAW

BRADFORD ON AVON, Wiltshire Music Centre, The Jaywalkers, folk, bluegrass and swing, 7.

BRISTOL, St George’s, Bristol Youth Orchestra, cond Eiron Bailey, Sophie Porter-Gillespie flute, Max MacMillan piano, Sibelius, Chaminade, Saint-Saens, 7pm.
Tobacco Factory, Dr Phil Hammond,  Happy Birthday NHS, comedy, 8.
Hippodrome, Menopause, the Musical, 7.30.
Colston Hall, Daniel O’Donnell.

CHRISTCHURCH, Regent Centre, Nigel Richards, The Phantom and Friends, West End and Broadway songbook, 7.30.

CORSHAM, Pound Arts, Stuart Goldsmith, 8.

DORCHESTER, Corn Exchange, Dorchester Arts, Elicia Silverstein, violin, Christopher Bucknall, harpsichord, Bach before Leipzig, 3.

EXETER, Northcott Theatre, Henry Blofeld, 78 Retired, 7.30.
Corn Exchange, Rumours of Fleetwood Mac – 40 Years of Rumours, 7.30.

FROME, Merlin, Massenet’s Cendrillon, recorded from the Metropolitan Opera, 7pm.

LYME REGIS, Marine Theatre, Annnika Skoogh, with Philip Couts, jazz, swing and Latin, 8.

SHAFTESBURY, Port Regis Farrington Music School, Shaftesbury Chamber Music Series, Martin Cousin, piano, Chopin, 5pm.

SOUTHAMPTON, Mayflower, Jasper Carrott, Stand Up and Rock, with Bev Bevan, 7.

SOUTH PETHERTON, David Hall, Budapest Cafe Orchestra, 8.

YEOVIL, Octagon, Tiddler and other Terrific Tales, and Mon, 1 and 4pm.

 

 

 

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