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Theatre, Southampton The Art of Demonstration, Outdoor theatre from internationally acclaimed company Periplum inspired by recent global events and the mexican demon- strations, Free, 6.30pm, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton


The Chinaski Sessions by David Hughes Dance, Join a rock band as they try to finish their new album for an evening of debauchery and revelations, performed by four of Scotland’s best dancers, £10, 7.30pm, Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth


Jerusalem @ Regent Centre, Christchurch


THURSDAY 01 NOVEMBER A Murder is Announced, Lyndhurst Drama & Musical Society present Agatha Christie’s classic, Running until Saturday 03 November, From £7, 7.45pm, Vernon Theatre, Lyndhurst


Beauty and the Beast, The all-time favourite, Running until Saturday 03 November, From £8.50, Kings Theatre, Southsea National Theatre Live - Timon of Athens, From £13, 7pm, Regent Centre, Christchurch


Seed Commissions, Staged readings of work by exciting new playwrights Camilla McCormick, Stephen Karam and Natalie Jones, £6, 7.45pm, Nuffield


FRIDAY 02 NOVEMBER Back to Broadway, A unique musical show featuring eight of the country’s fin- est singers and dancers, £18.50, 7.30pm, Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth Reclaim the Street, Learn about and experience the history and culture of street dance in its purest form, if you’re a dancer aged 16+ or a teacher into street dance, this weekend is unmissable, £75 for the full weekend, Fri 6 - 10pm, Sat & Sun 9.15am - 7.15pm, Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth Scarecrow, Bursting with music, movement, puppetry, and fun this magi- cal performance will delight, The Berry Theatre, Southampton


SATURDAY 03 NOVEMBER Merrie England, A joyous romp through Elizabethan England’s life and


legend, From £12, 2.30pm and 7.30pm, Regent Centre, Christchurch


SUNDAY 04 NOVEMBER Edgar, A beautiful Opera, From £12, Kings Theatre, Southsea


MONDAY 05 NOVEMBER Murder On The Nile, Now in its seventh thrilling year, the official Agatha Christie Theatre Company presents a stylish new production of the queen of crime’s classic thriller Murder on the Nile, Running until Saturday 10 November, £18.50, 7.30pm, Lighthouse, Poole The Mousetrap, The record breaking play comes to Southampton for the first time as part of its 60th Anniversary, Run- ning until Saturday 10 November, From £15, 7.30pm, The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton


TUESDAY 06 NOVEMBER Total Football, Picking over football systems, political wrangling and changing room banter Ridiculusmus try and solve the big questions of life – immortality, happiness and why England always lose, From £16, 7.30pm, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton


WEDNESDAY 07 NOVEMBER Calendar Girls, Play based on film of same name, Running until Sunday 11 November, £10, 7.30pm, Tivoli Theatre,


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THURSDAY 08 NOVEMBER Agnes And Walter: a little love story by SMITH dancetheatre, A beautiful story of secret wishes, sup- pressed desires and a garden shed, £10, £8 for groups of 5+, 7.30pm, Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth The Paper Cinema’s Odyssey, A suitcase overflowing with cut-out paper puppets is transformed into a haunting silent movie through masterful puppetry and breathtaking cinematic projection to tell the story of Homer’s Odyssey, The Point, Eastleigh West End Show-Stoppers, Running until Saturday 10 November, From £10, Kings Theatre, Southsea


FRIDAY 09 NOVEMBER Magic of Motown, An all-star cast with 16 dazzling costume changes to celebrate 50 years of number one songs, £23.50, 8pm, Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth Wot? No Fish!!, Danny Braverman’s solo show is a charming journey that charts the life of Ab Solomons, The Point, Eastleigh


SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER Adès’s The Tempest, Composer Thomas Adès conducts the Metropolitan Opera premiere of his own work, with


PAVILION DANCE NIGHT Presenting the best professional performances from across the country and abroad.


Every Thursday night throughout October and November at 7.30pm you can enjoy hip-hop, contemporary dance, flamenco, dance-theatre and everything in between.


A NIGHT OF DIRTY DANCING @ PAVILION THEATRE, BOURNEMOUTH


A Night of Dirty Dancing is coming to Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre on Thursday 29 November and Listed has 2 pairs of tickets to give away. It is the song and dance sensation of 2012 presented by an all-star cast of West End performers. The notorious ‘Dirty Dancing’ film boasts one of the greatest movie soundtracks of all time and is everyone’s favourite dance movie. Take a trip back to the summer of ’63 and relive Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey’s sizzling performance with hits including ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry,’ ‘She’s Like The Wind’ and the Oscar winning ‘I’ve Had The Time of My Life’. This is a sensational and inspirational show. All the hits are superbly


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performed in this fast-moving, slickly choreographed theatrical treat. Listed has 2 pairs of tickets to give away. To enter, simply log onto www. listedmagazine.com and answer the following question:


WHICH ‘DIRTY DANCING’ SONG WON AN OSCAR?


A. She’s Like The Wind B. Big Girls Don’t Cry C. I’ve Had The Time of My Life


Tickets are also available from the Box Office on 0844 576 3000. For more information, visit www.bic.co.uk


Mark your diaries now!


Prices £6-£10. £50 Golden Ticket gets you in to all 9 Thursday night performances


www.paviliondance.org.uk 01202 203630


Plus! Live screenings of the Bolshoi Ballet, daily classes for all ages and children’s performances.


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