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Easter Season for Families Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts

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There’s something for everyone this Easter as Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, hosts a special season of family shows. The season opens on Tuesday 14 April with a stage version of Roald Dahl’s heart-warming children’s tale, Danny the Champion of the World. It’s the story of a young boy and his Dad who are facing eviction […]

The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband

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Written by Debbe Isitt, it’s a darkly funny comedy about a warped love triangle initiated by middle-aged Ken who decides to trade in Hilary, his wife of 20 years. Finding himself in the arms of Laura – a young, slim, attractive and vibrant free spirit – his only problem (or so he thinks) is that […]

Sex In Suburbia

Sex in Suburbia

With West End and touring production credits that include Chicago, Guys and Dolls, Educating Rita and September In The Rain and television roles in Brookside,  Clocking Off, Merseybeat and Candy Cabs, Claire has established herself as one of the most popular and versatile talents in the UK.   Penny Crowe (Lindzi Germain) is the host of a late-night radio phone-in and as Britain’s leading Agony […]



When these 11 musicians get together for a live show the combination of brilliant musicianship, musical co-operation and a group of people having the time of their lives on stage has proved irresistible to audiences around the world – small wonder then that Bellowhead have won Best Live Act at the Radio 2 Folk Awards […]

Beauties and the Beats – The Lady Boys of Bangkok

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The hottest, funniest production this side of Bangkok promises to take the UK to the highest levels of frantic fun, lively laughter and unabated euphoria as only the Lady Boys know how! The Lady Boys of Bangkok fast became the UK’s favourite touring cabaret show following their first appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1998 […]

Bournemouth lights up with the Arts by the Sea Festival 2015


Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival returns for its fifth year, from Friday 9 to Sunday 18 October 2015, with ten days of events, installations and experiences for everyone to enjoy. Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival will enlighten those autumnal days and nights with a rich mix of music, dance and visual arts across […]

Three Germanic greats in Poole concert with the BSO


British conductor Nicholas McGegan conducts Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in an all-German programme at Poole Lighthouse on Wednesday 11 March, with steadfast violinist Veronika Eberle, and French violist Antoine Tamestit. Originally written for choir and four-hands piano, a selection of Brahms’s Liebeslieder Walzer was arranged for orchestra in the early 1870s. The texts Brahms set to music are […]

United We Stand

United We Stand

United We Stand, a new play based on the story of “Shrewsbury 24” when 24 building workers were accused and three jailed for violent picketing and intimidating workers in Shropshire in 1973 comes to Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts on Saturday 7 February. In the 1960s and 70s the UK’s building companies were making […]

Exhibition by Jason Miller

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Jason’s work begins with the ‘Horizon’ series, a delicate and luminous set of watercolour studies of the local marine light in pared down compositions. His paintings on canvas pursue colour and light into further abstraction, often with the same calm and tranquil resolution, while his sculptures explore ideas of openness, movement, balance and vulnerability.  He […]


The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum’s new exhibition, ‘Dangerous Women! From Kauffman to Emin’, opens on Friday 17 October 2014 and invites you to explore how women artists have re-shaped the art world against the odds. The exhibition presents work from a veritable ‘who’s who’ of female artists, from the early pioneers of the eighteenth […]

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