Category Archives: What’s On

Chaldon Herring, near Winfrith Newburgh, is once again offering its famous trailer rides over the weekend of 25 and 26 August. Departing from the village green, specially equipped trailers, suitable for all ages, will head out to the Jurassic Coast, giving breathtaking views as it heads along farm tracks via West Chaldon to a fine...
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Thomas Hardy’s relationship with the remarkable Thornycroft family in peace and war is the subject of A Portrait of Tess – Mr Hardy’s War, being staged as part of the Thomas Hardy Society 50th Anniversary Festival and Conference. The illustrated talk on 16 July explores his friendship with the sculptor Hamo Thornycroft and his beautiful wife...
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If you want to be the next Banksy, join this hands on workshop and learn how to design your own Graffiti 'tags' with black paint. Whatever your interest, you can include this in your graffiti, then, take home your work of art to decorate your room. Dress for mess and bring a packed lunch! This...
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Design and create a wacky 3D structure using willow and masking tape, then turn it into a lantern, fish, bird, animal or fantasy beast of your choice. Cover the frame with tissue paper or weave with coloured strips of fabric and bring your creation to life, then take it home to hang in your bedroom....
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Enjoy open-air theatre at Kimmeridge this summer as Miracle Theatre unpacks Chekhov’s bittersweet comedy about a once-wealthy family, whose idleness and extravagance have brought them to the brink of bankruptcy. Obstinate and self-absorbed, they are deaf to the rumblings of change which surrounds them, and unable to accept help when they need it. Will it...
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Bring a Mammoth Monoprint to life using mark making techniques and textures to create your own unique and individual prints. Experiment and explore with feathers, stones, sticks, sponges, brushes, paints and more. Dress for mess! This workshop is part of the Artsreach Creative Summer Programme and is suitable for ages 6+ Fran Quinlan - Mammoth...
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