Category Archives: What’s On

Apple John is a piece of puppetry magic about a man called John and an apple tree. A woman sits on a train. As it rocks her through the countryside she feels the kicks of her baby inside her.

She starts to eat an apple and she throws the core out of the window. Whoosh. A...

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There’s something magical about harps, particularly at Christmas, though Máire and Chris’s alchemy on harp and guitar creates a very special magic.

Their new Christmas show features a blend of traditional Irish music, swing jazz and bluegrass, plus festive favourites given a fresh voice with arrangements that are intricate, inventive, moving and beautiful – a spellbinding...

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Joglaresa

Following its visit to Dorchester last Christmas, Joglaresa, Belinda Sykes’ ground-breaking medieval music ensemble returns to explore the roots of Iberian song – from Arab-Andalusian ballads and Judeo-Spanish romanzas. With medieval and traditional instruments from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, Joglaresa perform songs kept...

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As we always have such an enchanting time with Elsa, Anna and the crew, we decided to do it all over again this season.

Disney’s Frozen will be shown on the big screen once more here at the Corn Exchange so all fans, both young and old are invited to come and sing along to one...

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Squashbox Theatre’s new family show is a celebration of everything Christmasy, from fir trees, fairy lights, stockings and sleigh bells to cookies, crackers, presents and puddings!

Meet a snowman who lives in the fridge, try and spot some naughty elves, hear the tale of the first Christmas Tree, play hunt the Brussels sprout and endure the...

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Police Dog Hogan is a high-energy, eclectic eight-piece, combining fiddle, banjo and mandolin, bass and drums, accordion, trumpet and acoustic guitar.

Add in knockout four-part harmonies and it makes for an exuberant fusing of country, pop, folk, and rocking bluegrass. With a line-up that includes banjo player and Guardian columnist Tim Dowling, their literate and carefully...

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