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A NEW DINING EXPERIENCEAT LIGHTHOUSE,POOLE


Customers at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts can now enjoy a brand new dining experience following the recent opening of The Terrace Bistro, Café and Bar, managed and operated by BH Live Hospitality. The Terrace Bistro, Café and Bar is the second to open in the region this year; the other Bistro opened previously at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre. Taking culinary inspiration from Dorset’s larder and using locally sourced ingredients, the Bistro provides local shoppers, passersby, theatre-goers, music and fans and all- round culture lovers with a wide range of high quality drinks, snacks and meals


both during the day and before evening events.


Elspeth McBain, CEO for Lighthouse,


said: “Our customers are absolutely delighted and we are already receiving lots of compliments about the high quality of the food and service.”


To find out more about Lighthouse, visit www.lighthousepoole.co.uk or to check out the menu visit www.theterracebistro.co.uk


MOVEMBER


Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in the UK and around the world during November. The aim of Movember is to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate and testicular cancer. To become a Mo Bro and be a walking, talking billboard for the 30 days of November, go to movember.com and register with a clean shaven face. For the entire month, each Mo Bro must grow and groom their moustache and raise awareness by prompting both private


and public conversation around the often ignored issue of men’s health. Since its humble beginnings in


Australia, Movember has grown into a global movement inspiring around 2 million Mo Bros to participate. Last year over 854,000 Mo Bros and Mo Sistas around the world got on board, raising GBP 79.3 million! Let’s make this year an even bigger success!


For more information, visit uk.movember.com


Miss Annie and Sensu’elle BURLESQUESEASONAT CENTRE STAGE THE RETURN OF TASTY TUESDAYS


Brought to you by Poole Tourism and Poole Audi, Tasty Tuesdays sees the return of tempting treats to see you right through autumn and winter. Tasty Tuesdays provides exclusive offers from selected partner restaurants which are available every Tuesday until March 2013. Restaurants include Poole Quay favourites – Hotel Du Vin, Banana Wharf and Storm to Patrick’s in Ashley Cross, Sandbanks Beach Café and Bournemouth’s Aruba.


Offers vary but include a free bottle of wine, 20% off food and 2 for 1 on main meals. Simply claim your offer by registering online to receive details of delicious delicacies and print off and present to the participating restaurant or show the newsletter on your phone to the staff at your chosen restaurant.


For more information about Tasty Tuesdays, visit www.tastytuesdays.co.uk


Centre Stage, the home of Funnybone Comedy Club is now featuring a number of Burlesque shows. Originating in ancient Greece and throughout Europe, Burlesque was a bawdy form of satire. By the 1840s in America, Burlesque was a rich source of music, comedy and striptease. Centre Stage played host to the Hoedown Showdown Burlesque Show performed by Hot Under The Collar Productions last month, attracting over 200 people to the night! The next big Hot Under The Collar night will be on New Year’s Eve when the team are putting on a Hawaiian themed night.


The Pig and Whistle pub (next door to Centre Stage) is now hosting a Cabaret and Burlesque Night every Saturday. Miss Annie and Sensu’elle host the evenings. If you fancy a Christmas party with a difference, why not check out the Burlesque Pantomime at Centre Stage this Christmas? It is running for only 4 nights so make sure you book tickets early to avoid disappointment.


For more information about Burlesque nights at Centre Stage and the Pig and Whistle pub, visit www.centrestage.uk.com


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