WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR IN THE COMING WEEKS
Pavilion Theatre July 4 to 12 Sep
Pier Theatre, Bournemouth Wednesday Night is Variety Night - Live at the Pier. A modern type Variety Show featuring some of the top U.K. entertainers.
6 - 7 8
Lighthouse Poole Footlight Performance Academy will be performing one of Tchaikovsky's finest compositions, The Sleeping Beauty.
Lighthouse Poole Coastal Voices Inspired by London 2012 and the Cultural Olympiad, Coastal Voices is a landmark project bringing hundreds of voices together. Led by musical director Howard Moody.
Christchurch Free jazz concert at Highcliffe Castle. Swing Unlimited Big Band great big band music. Bring a picnic and join us on the lawn of beautiful Highcliffe Castle.
Wimborne Ashley Heath Country Fayre incorporating the Dorset Charity Horse & Dog Show at Homelands Farm.
Christchurch 'The Comedy of Errors' by William
Pier Theatre, Bournemouth The Rat Pack Is Back - Live on The Pier.
Corfe Castle Murder Mystery Picnic & Walk. The acclaimed Double Act Murder Mystery Walks are back this year. Gates open 6.30pm for your own picnic before the walk at 7.30pm. Tickets £7 for adults and £6 for children from the National Trust Shop.
BIC Windsor Hall Cirque Du Ciel With over 30 amazingly multi talented and skilled performers, this marvellous 2 hour extravaganza, combines acrobatics, modern dance, martial arts, original music and many other traditional and modern Chinese elements in an amazing fantasy adventure, the next generation of Cirque du Soleil.
Wimborne TWENTY4ART Charity Art Exhibition at Pamphill Parish Hall, Wimborne. In aid of Julia's House. 10am - 4pm.
Pier Theatre, Bournemouth Motown's Greatest Hits 26 21 22
Shakespeare at Priory House Gardens. 34th annual open-air Shakespeare performance by the Bournemouth Shakespeare Players.
The BSO returns to the Isle of Wight for its much- loved traditional Last Night of the Osborne Proms, an uplifting celebration of all things British in this year of the big Jubilee!
Stompin the Quamps / Christchurch jazz festival, Christchurch Quay, free event. www.stompin.org
Film Lighthouse Poole A revival of Jonathan Kent’s award winning 2009 production, The Fairy Queen is a magical brew featuring dazzling singing and dancing, flamboyant cross-dressing, a flying horse and a warren full of rampant rabbits!
31 to 18 Aug BIC Windsor Hall Starlight Express Bill Kenwright presents one of the best loved and longest running musicals in theatrical history.
- How Sweet It Is The ultimate celebration of the sweet sound of MOTOWN is now in it’s 10th successive year.
Lyme Regis Candles on the Cobb. Join us as we light 5000 candles on the iconic Cobb Harbour followed by a firework display.
27-12 Sep Weymouth Bayside Festival. The festival runs throughout the period of the Olympic Games.
29 to 2 Sep
The Great Dorset Steam Fair. Traditional English fair held at the village of Tarrant Hinton, near Blandford.
29 to 15 Sep Pavilion Theatre That'll Be The Day. It’s party time again as Bournemouth’s favourite show That’ll Be The Day returns by popular demand with a ‘Brand New Production’ this summer!!
BIC Purbeck Hall The Red Ball in Aid of The Jon Egging Trust Champagne reception, three course gala dinner, award winning wines, top class entertainment and a unique experience auction.
Reaching beyond the converted
Driven by their passion for healthier living, Michelle Bartlett and Fiona White are hoping the Positive Change event to be held in Bournemouth on July 1st will educate people and inspire them towards a better way of life.
“We just want people to wake up to how poisonous our world is – there are chemicals in so many everyday household products, not to mention the food we eat, as well as cosmetics, packaging and cleaning products. I’m 46 now and reasonably healthy, but I wish I had learned what I know now ten years ago because I’d be so much more likely to still be healthy 10 or 20 years from now – and so would my family,” Michelle says.
Positive Change return to Bournemouth and will be held at the 30 Life Begins
Carrington House Hotel. It’s planned to be the biggest Postitive Change event so far and is running all day from 10am until 6pm.
“We don’t just want to talk to the converted, we want to raise the issues and awaken an interest in new people as well. You don’t have to make big changes to start being healthier and greener – anyone can clean their house with lemon juice and vinegar – and organic doesn’t have to be expensive. It’s all about taking that first step towards a better life” says Fiona.
Tickets for Positive Change are available now from www.ourorganicworld.co.uk
priced £10 to include a goody bag, programme, guest speakers, short talks and more than 40 exhibits.
Go to www.lifebeginsmagazine.com
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