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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 […]

LED street lights could save £32 million

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The rollout of the new LED lights is nearing completion with more than 13,000 lanterns and 500 illuminated bollards now upgraded with new LED technology.   The anticipated payback time for the complete project  is just over seven years  with a warranty on the equipment of 15 years . The project will have anticipated savings of […]

Bicycle thefts down in Boscombe and Bournemouth

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Cycle thefts down in 2014   There has been a consistent drop in theft of cycles in Bournemouth following targeted crime prevention campaigns aimed at cyclists – urging them to secure their bikes when they leave them unattended.   Bike tagging and property marking events have also taken place in the borough in conjunction with Bournemouth Borough […]

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 […]

Bournemouth enlightened by the fourth Arts by the Sea Festival


Two weeks of arts action came to a crescendo yesterday as Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival signed off in style. British Sea Power and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet set sail on a musical journey round Poole Harbour culminating in a rousing finale gig on Brownsea Island. British Sea Power tweeted; “Thanks to […]

BSO to mark 100th anniversary of World War One with special concert ‘For the Fallen’ at Lighthouse, Poole


‘For the Fallen’ is a special concert that sees the BSO mark the centenary anniversary of World War One at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts on 15 October, conducted by David Hill and with soprano Susan Gritton, baritone Duncan Rock and the Bournemouth Symphony Chorus. The concert includes performances of Sir Edward Elgar’s For […]

Shot at dawn | Review


By Lisa Moro The latest John Foster play – Shot at Dawn at Bournemouth Town Hall’s Council Chamber. The location, transformed for the audience into an ad hoc venue for a WWI desertion trial in France, with its sweeping amphitheatre seating and grand wooden panelling lent itself well for this purpose. The packed house had gathered to […]

Subversive, near naked, and in town | Vag Halen


By Lisa Moro Toronto’s feminist art rock band hits Bournemouth tonight with an energetic set of classic rock covers.   I caught up with lead singer, Vanessa Dunn ahead of their gig at the Old Fire Station which is part of the Bournemouth Arts by the Sea festival.   You have been billed as dangerous women! […]

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