Category Archives: What’s On

In this season of good cheer, here’s a winter offering with a difference – a panto programme from a POW Camp!

‘The New Alladin’ [sic] was performed in the Gaiety Theatre of Stalag VIII-B at Christmas 1942. The camp was sited near the town of Lamsdorf (modern Lambinowice) in Silesia, south-west Poland.

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Comedian George Egg (a.k.a. the ‘Anarchist Cook’) returns with a brand new show demonstrating more live cooking and laugh-out-loud comedy.

This show sees George relocate to the garden shed where his imagination and resourcefulness lead him to build an improvised kitchen. It’s funny, inspiring and absurd in equal measure.

Expect power tools, gardening equipment and office supplies...

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Rhodri Miles returns to Dorchester Arts as Dylan Thomas following last year’s critically acclaimed performance as Richard Burton. Clown In The Moon (the title of a poem written when Dylan was 14) is a dramatic portrait of the poet’s chaotic, frequently hilarious, and all too brief life.

Located in a BBC studio, it sets some of...

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We are delighted to welcome back pianist Mike Denham for the first of his regular Speakeasy nights for 2018 where he will be joined on stage by clarinettist and saxophonist Mike Snelling.

Mike spent many years combining his love of music with a teaching career before turning to music full-time. He was a member of the...

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Will and Dani Wilde have wowed audiences in Dorchester with their solo shows, and now they come together at the Corn Exchange for a special ‘Live and Unplugged’ gig.

Dani (on vocals and guitar) and Will (on harmonica) will be sharing songs from each of their respective new albums as well as visiting material from their...

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The Thomas Hardye School presents a concert series of solo performances by sixth-form students who are taking Music A-level. As ever, there will be a great variety of music and a great deal of talent on show.

Where else are you likely to hear a classical singer, solos on electric guitar, oboe, trombone, or drum kit...

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