Category Archives: What’s On

Dorset Sinfonia will be staging a delightful performance of French classical music for its Christmas concert.

A departure from their traditional festive repertoire, this year the popular Weymouth-based orchestra will be playing pieces from 19th and 20th century France in a concert entitled Ce n'est pas encore Noel! (It isn't Christmas yet!).

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Tickets are now on sale for the ever popular Dorchester Beerex held in Dorchester Corn Exchange on Friday and Saturday 1-2 February, organised by West Dorset Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and Casterbridge Rotary Club.

Organisers would like to welcome back Palmers brewery of Bridport as the festival’s main sponsor for the fifth consecutive year. Palmers...

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A special sing-along screening of Disney’s latest spectacular version of a “tale as old as time”. With on-screen lyrics, fans young and old can sing along to their favourite hits from this romantic fairy-tale.

Thursday 3 January, 2pm £4 Dorchester Arts, The Corn Exchange, High East Street, DT1 1HF 01305 266926 www.dorchesterarts.org.uk

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Lee Nelson comes to Dorchester Arts for one night only! You’ve seen him sneaking into places he shouldn’t be - now come and see him where he most definitely should be: live on stage for a special performance of his sensational Serious Joker stand-up show.

Saturday 1 December, 8pm £20 / £18 members & concessions Dorchester...

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Raucous, provocative and laugh-out-loud funny, this genre- busting performance reveals the downright absurd realities of life as a 3-dimensional, high definition, WO-man.

Gracefool combine dancing with dark comedy to wrestle with gender, identity and social convention.

Wednesday 28 November, 8pm £12 / £10 members & concessions / £5 Live for 5 Dorchester Arts, The Corn Exchange, High...

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Playful and energetic yet moving and raw, Rum In The Gravy Boat is based on actor Leigh Johnstone’s own experiences of growing up with an alcoholic mother.

Using humour and physicality, the company manage to explore a difficult subject elegantly and movingly, and the play ends up being life affirming and positive. In association with Thomas Hardye School...

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