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WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR IN THE COMING WEEKS


Pavilion Theatre, 27 Sep August


Until Sunday Jurassic Coast Earth Festival 9 Sep


www.earthfestival2012.org 24 to 26


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The third Wareham Music Festival will kick off over the weekend of 24th, 25th and 26th August and is a celebration of all kinds of music in and around the town.


Open Air Theatre - "As You Like It" Walford Mill Crafts Centre, Wimborne.


Beyond The Barricade, Pavilion Theatre. Back by overwhelming public demand, the most successful and popular touring show of its kind.


September 01


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05 to 13 05 06


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Verwood Rotary Rustic Fayre, Potterne Park Fun day for all the family in support of local & Rotary charities.


Wrestling Spectacular, Pavilion Ballroom. High-fly ing action from the top rope and beyond as the stars of the wrestling ring get to grips in a big grappling spectacular.


29 Aug to 2 Sep Great Dorset Steam Fair. Excellent fun and action packed day out for all the family.


30 Aug to 2 Sep Bournemouth Air Festival. By the sea and completely free. www.bournemouthair.co.uk


Syd Lawrence Orchestra, 13 Oct Alan Davies, 4 Oct


Dorset Wildlife Trust Adults Cooking - Butchery and Fish. Attendees will be coached and directed in the safe and effective use of knives in the kitchen by King combe’s head chef.


Dorset County Show 2012. The Dorchester Show ground.


Seafood Festival The Greyhound Inn, The Square, Corfe Castle, Wareham. A delicious variety of local seafood.


Classic Cars on the Quay. Christchurch Quay. 10.00am - 4.00pm


Swing Unlimited Big Band Outdoor Concert. High Cliffe Castle, Christchurch 1.00pm - 4.00pm


Dorset Architectural Heritage Week. A programme of events organised by Dorset's local authorities in association with East Dorset Heritage Trust.


Quay Characters and Fishy Folk. Local History Walk. Be charmed and entertained by a local lady with more than a few tales to tell.


Talon- The Acoustic Collection at the Tivoli Theatre, Wimborne. Come and experience Talon with their


October 04


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"other" show - The Acoustic Collection - different, but just as good!


7 & 14 07


07 to 09 22


26 to 29 27


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Pavilion Backstage Tours. Backstage Tours at the BIC & Pavilion for 2012. 1 hour tour.


Comedy Cafe at The Hub. The Hub Verwood. 5 fantastic comedians, 3 super circuit performers and 2 open spots for up & coming comics.


Swanage Folk Festival. Various Venues. Folk music followers flock to the concerts, join-in sessions, and try something new at workshops.


Rockin' Through The Ages. Pavilion Theatre. Rock out to some of the best rock anthems of all time!


Calamity Jane, The Barrington, Ferndown 7.30pm. www.phoenixmusicalsociety.co.uk Tel: 01202 692036


The Voice of Karen Carpenter. Pavilion Theatre. This stunning 2 hour show will recreate and celebrate the music of The Carpenters.


Music 4 Meningitis 2012. Pavilion Theatre. Due to popular demand, and strictly for one night only, Adam Tuffrey and guests return.


Alan Davies - Life is Pain, Pavilion Theatre. “Had the audience in stitches…hilarious” THE AGE, MELBOURNE.


Ornamental Grass Masterclass, Knoll Gardens. All you need to know about grasses and how to use them in a garden setting.


Toffs, Tall Ships and Contraband. Local history walks. Tickets are available from Christchurch Information Centre.


Ancient Harvest & Apple Day. The Ancient Technology Centre, Damerham Road, Cranborne. Bring bottles and apples and press your own juice to take away. Make traditional apple jam in the Roman workshop.


12 to 14 12 to 27


12 Antique Fair, Pavilion.


Purbeck Film Festival. 100 performances in the last two weeks of October in venues throughout Purbeck. Visit: www.purbeckfilm.com


The Johnny Cash Roadshow, Pavilion Theatre. Clive John and The Spirit Band present The Johnny Cash Roadshow.


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Syd Lawrence Orchestra - "Carry On Swinging", Pavilion Theatre. Once again, Chris Dean’s Syd Lawrence Orchestra have struck gold bringing you a robustly enjoyable evening of tuneful entertainment.


Marty Wilde's Rock 'n' Roll Party, Pavilion Theatre. The original dreamboats, Marty Wilde, Eden Kane, and John Leyton are joining forces.


Maddy Prior at the Electric Palace, Bridport. Maddy Prior in Concert with Hannah James & Giles Lewin


An Evening of Burlesque, Pavilion Theatre. Direct from London’s West End, Britain’s biggest burlesque spectacular returns with an all-star cast of elegant, beautiful girls.


Paul Carrack, Pavilion Theatre. Legendary Sheffield-born singer, songwriter and former front man of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics returns to the road.


A Celebration of Neil Diamond. Pavilion Theatre. A stunning new theatre production show for 2012/13.


Greg Davies, Pavilion Theatre. Brand new stand-up show ‘The Back of My Mum’s Head’.


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