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baritone Simon Keenlyside starring as Prospero, From £23, 5.55pm, Regent Centre, Christchurch DANCE-A-THON, Six hour dance mara- thon, £10, 6pm, Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth

MONDAY 12 NOVEMBER Sondheim’s Company with the New York Philharmonic, This New York Philharmonic concert production, recorded live at the Avery Fisher Hall, has an all-star cast with some of the hottest names from American stage and TV, £13.50, 2.30pm and 7.30pm, Regent Centre, Christchurch

TUESDAY 13 NOVEMBER The Sacred Flame, What happened on the night the young Great War hero, Maurice Tabret, died at home in his bed? His doctor says he died from natural causes, but his nurse points a finger of suspicion at his beautiful wife Stella,

France to the other side of Parisian life - the show unfurls contrasting worlds of beauty, innocence and glamour with lust, obsession and pain in the alluring setting of Paris, £12, 8pm, Lighthouse, Poole

SUNDAY 18 NOVEMBER A Christmas Carol, A Christmas Carol, as told by Jacob Marley, Kings Theatre, Southsea

TUESDAY 20 NOVEMBER Beautiful Burnout, Frantic Assembly’s hit production: Cameron Burns is going places - he’s fighting for his club, his Mum, his place in the world, Running until Saturday 24 November, From £19, 7.30pm, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

WEDNESDAY 21 NOVEMBER Sound of Music, Theatre 2000 present the all-time family favourite, The hills are certainly alive with this brilliant and family-fun production, Running until Sunday 24 November, From £14, 7.15pm, Regent Centre, Christchurch

Sound Of Music @ Regent Centre, Christchurch

Running until Saturday 17 November, From £19, 7.30pm, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

WEDNESDAY 14 NOVEMBER Children in Need, An entertainment and variety show, £2, Kings Theatre, Southsea Jerusalem, On St. George’s Day, the morning of the local county fair, Johnny “Rooster” Byron, local waster and modern day Pied Piper, is a wanted man, Running until Friday 16 November, £12, 7.15pm, Regent Centre, Christchurch What You Will, A documentary Road Movie intercutting live footage of Filter’s extraordinary production of Twelfth Night with interviews featuring Romola Garai and Dominic West, £8.50, 2.30pm and 7.30pm, Lighthouse, Poole

THURSDAY 15 NOVEMBER 50 Acts by Wendy Houstoun, A warm, intimate and affecting look at our culture and the mad world we live in, written and performed by dance legend, Wendy Houstoun, £10, 7.30pm, Pavilion Dance , Bournemouth

FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER Swan Lake, This autumn experience the magic of Swan Lake as the Russian State Ballet and Opera House bring you this delightful ballet classic - performed to a live orchestra, From £27, 7.30pm, Kings Theatre, Portsmouth

SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER Killer Heels, A girl’s journey from

THURSDAY 22 NOVEMBER English National Ballet’s The Nutcracker, Journey back in time to a frost-covered, gas lit world in this tradi- tional festive tale for the family, Running until Sunday 25 November, From £10, 2pm and 7.30pm, The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton Small Talk by Probe, Small Talk is a brave and compelling solo by Antonia Grove, £10, 7.30pm, Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth

SUNDAY 25 NOVEMBER Bolshoi Live - La Fille du Pharaon, Prepare to be dazzled by this mystical love story as live satellite screenings of the exquisite Bolshoi Ballet are beamed straight from the Moscow stage to Bournemouth, £15, £12 for groups of 5+ people, 3pm, Pavilion Dance, Bourne- mouth Dancing into Christmas, Over 200 talented young dancers drawn from 8 affiliated dance academies in Dorset look forward to entertaining you with their an- nual dance spectacular, £12, 2.30pm and 7.30pm, Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth

MONDAY 26 NOVEMBER Buttercup, Buttercup is a fat cow from Lancashire who can’t wait to tell you how she won Masterchef by feeding her still- born baby to a fish and a potato, Running until Wednesday 28 November, From £8, 7.30pm, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton

TUESDAY 27 NOVEMBER Starlight Express, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s rollerskating sensation explodes onto the stage, Running until Friday 30 November, From £15, 7.30pm, The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

WEDNESDAY 28 NOVEMBER A Christmas Carol, From £10, 7.30pm, Anvil Arts, Basingstoke

THURSDAY 29 NOVEMBER A Night of Dirty Dancing, A brand- new stage spectacular featuring all the hits from one of the biggest dance movies of all time, 8pm, Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth The Incredible Presence of a Remarkable Absence by Lîla Dance, £10, 7.30pm, Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth The Producers, Comedy musical set in New York, Running until Friday 30 November, Kings Theatre, Southsea

FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER Mamma Mia It’s Murder, An Abba themed murder mystery comedy, £39.50, 7.45pm, Pavilion Ballroom, Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth

VENUE CONTACT DETAILS BIC, Exeter Road, Bournemouth, 01202 456400, Groundlings Theatre, Kent Street, Portsmouth, 023 9273 7370, www. Lighthouse, Esplanade, Poole, 0844 406 8666, New Theatre Royal, Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth, 023 9264 9000, www. Nuffield Theatre, University Road, Southampton, 023 8067 1771, www. Pavilion Dance, Westover Road, Bournemouth, 01202 203630, www.

Pavilion Theatre, Westover Road, Bournemouth, 01202 456400, www. Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, 023 9282 4355, Regent Centre, High Street, Christch- urch, 01202 499199, www.regentcentre. The Berry Theatre, Wildern Lane, Southampton, 01489 799 499, www. The Hub Theatre, Chapel Road, Southampton, 023 8057 7651, www. The Kings Theatre, Southsea, 023 9282 8282, The Lights, West Street, Andover, 01264 368 368, The Mayflower, Commercial Road, Southampton, 023 80 711811, www. The Point, Leigh Road, Eastleigh, 023 8065 2333, The Stacey Centre, Walsall Road, Portsmouth, 023 9261 7890, www. Theatre Royal Winchester, Jewry Street, Winchester, 01962 840440, www.


KILLER HEELS Valise Noire Storytelling Theatre present a girl’s journey through the contrasting worlds of Paris. A contemporary piece of storytelling combined with visual arts make this a unique performance that will capture your imagination. What really happens if you desire to put on those sexy Parisian shoes?


JEKYLL AND HYDE Dramatic Productions present a contemporary retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson’s iconic tale. After dedicating her career to the study of why people kill, Dr Harriet Jekyll relishes the danger when Edward Hyde, a serial killer, begins to stalk her.


A CHRISTMAS CAROL By Charles Dickens told by Mike Maran. Another opportunity to see this wonderful production after sell out performances last year. The ghosts lead miser Scrooge down the roads of the past, present and future to his wonderful transformation.

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