Category Archives: What’s On

The cast and director of Dorchester Drama’s latest production – Noël Coward’s delightful comedy, ‘Present Laughter’ - are now well into the rehearsal process.

However whilst the cast might be taking to the clipped accents and glamorous costumes of 1939 like ducks to water, sourcing some of the props appropriate to the period is proving rather more challenging. ...

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The Children's Society Annual Bazaar will be held on Saturday 13 October in the United Church Hall, South Street, Dorchester from 10am until noon. Entry will be free and coffee, tea and cakes will be available. There will be stalls selling books, toys, cakes, gifts, puzzles, bric-a-brac,Christmas cards, jewellery etc. There will be a tombola...
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Don't miss the chance to catch some great art – including a talk by Kate Adie – and help a veterans' charity.

Art4Army is a contemporary art exhibition and programme of talks in aid of ABF, The Soldiers’ Charity, at Duke’s Auction House, Dorchester.

Kate Adie kicks off the series of talks with her talk, Warpaint. Entrance...

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Tickets have gone on sale for this year’s Dorchester Literature Festival, taking place from the 17-21 October and promising a fascinating line-up.

Over the five days there will be more than 30 speakers, including Julian Fellowes, Joanna Trollope, Orla Kiely, Jeremy Vine, Lynne Truss, Judy Murray, Mark Austin and Vince Cable.

Authors will be talking on subjects...

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Created to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the Great War, musicians Chris Green and Sophie Matthews use music and song to tell the story of ‘The War to End All Wars’.

A scintillating mixture of soldiers’ songs, music hall numbers, war poems set to new music and original compositions. Featuring a host of wartime standards such...

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Surreal humour mixes with steamy costume drama in this laughter-filled  parody of the D.H. Lawrence novel.

If you liked The Naked Gun and Airplane!, you will love this: long contemplative looks into the middle distance, touching drama, plenty of farce and a gentle stroke of innuendo.

Expect high drama, high comedy and highly raised eyebrows in what...

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