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What's on in and around West Dorset

March 2006

Information supplied courtesy of West Dorset District Council & West Dorset Tourist Centres


EXHIBITIONS

to 04/03 Untold Stories - An Exhibition Of Imagination Paintings Bridport Arts Centre. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm. Paintings by David Brooke and Caroline Ireland in the Cafe Gallery.

to 04/03 Saints And Sinners Exhibition At Dorset County Museum Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, .Saints and Sinners celebrates the 400th anniversary of the arrival in Dorchester of the Reverend John White, one of Dorchester’s most important historical figures.

to 13/03 120 Years Of Football In Lyme Regis Bridge Street, Lyme Regis.

Museum open weekends and school holidays, Sat 10.00 am - 5.00pm Sunday 11.00am - 5pm.

Exhibition features personalities, pictures, programmes.

18/02 - 19/02 Body Talk; An Exhibition Of Contemporary Art Durweston Village Hall, 10.30am – 4pm. Body Talk is part of the Artsreach Self Centred Project in which four community groups have worked with artist in residence Tom Weld, to explore the concept of Slef, a symbiotic relationship between body and mind. Exhibited work will include prints and photographs, painted and stitched textiles, conceptual clothing, reconstructed textiles, jewellery, mixed media and installations.

28/02 - 25/03 Samuel St Ledger Exhibition At Bridport Arts Centre Bridport Arts Centre. The artist presents paintings, drawings and sculptures all with a bucolic yet malevolent undercurrent.

11/03 - 01/04 Dorchester Camera Club Exhibition Dorset County Musuem, Dorchester

18/03 - 19/03 Body Talk; An Exhibition Of Contemporary Art Burton Bradstock Village Hall, Burton Bradstock, Bridport, 10.30am – 4pm. Body Talk is part of the Artsreach Self Centred Project in which four community groups have worked with artist in residence Tom Weld, to explore the concept of Slef, a symbiotic relationship between body and mind. Exhibited work will include prints and photographs, painted and stitched textiles, concpetual clothing, reconstructed textiles, jewellery, mixed media and installations.

24/03 - 01/04 Body Art; An Exhibition Of Contemporary Art Guggleton Gallery, Stalbridge, Nr Sherborne, 11 - 5 closed on Sunday 26th March. (See above)

28/03 - 15/04 Earthbound Exhibition At Bridport Arts Centre Bridport Arts Centre. Earthbound features work by painter Vicki Clark and sculptures David Nicholls and Caroline Sharp.

 

MARKETS

BEAMINSTER Farmers’ Market 4th Saturday in each month – Town Hall 9am-1pm

BRIDPORT Town Centre. Every Wednesday and Saturday, Farmers’ Market 2nd Saturday in each month – Arts Centre 9.30am-2pm, W.I. market in the WI Hall, North Street every Saturday 9am-12 noon

DORCHESTER Fairfield Car Park, Weymouth Avenue 8am – 3pm every Wednesday

Farmers’ Market 1st Saturday in each month – Poundbury, 9am-1pm

SHERBORNE The Parade, every Thursday and Saturday; W.I. market in Church Hall, Digby Road Thursday mornings, 9.15am; Farmers’ Market 3rd Friday in each month – Cheap Street, 9am-1pm

 

FOSSIL WALKS

Lyme Regis Fossil walks with Dr Colin Dawes every Sunday all year, plus every Wednesday and Friday from Good Friday to end September and daily during February and October School Half Terms. No need to book – meet at the Old Forge Fossil Shop, Broad Street at 1pm. Lasts approx. 2.5 hours. Cost Adults £7, Children £3

Fossil walks with Paddy Howe – meet at Lyme Regis Museum. During March walks take place on Fri 3rd at 12pm, Sat 4th at 12.30pm, Sun 5th at 1pm, Tues 14th at 9.30am, Sat 18th at 11.30am, Sun 19th at 11.45am, Tues 21st at 12.45pm and Tues 28th at 9.45am. Walk lasts approx. 2 hours. Booking essential on 01297 443370.

Fossil walks with Brandon Lennon Details and times available from Mike’s Minerals & Fossils – tel. 01297 444405 (booking essential).

Charmouth From the Heritage Coast Centre, Charmouth. Walks last approx. 2 hours and include a 20 minute talk on fossils. No need to book. Adults £7, Children £3. During March, Walks take place on Sat 4th at 2pm, Sun 5th at 2.30pm, Sun 12th at 10am, Wed 15th at 11.30am. There will also be a "Fossil Fantastic" family weekend on 18th – 19th March (Tel. 01297 560772 for details)

NATIONAL GARDENS SCHEME

Look our for the free yellow booklet of gardens open as part of the National Gardens Scheme –Dorset Gardens 2006 – available from TICs in March.

EVENTS DURING MARCH

to 04 The Wizard Of Oz - Burton Bradstock Players Burton Bradstock Village Hall, evening performances at 7.30pm plus Saturday matinee at 2pm.

01 Bridport Camera Club Meeting – Digital Prints, colour and mono Burton Cliff Hotel, Burton Bradstock, 7.30pm.

01 Peter Searles In Bolivia And Beyond Shipton Gorge Village Hall, 7.30pm. Part of the Artsreach programme of events- tel 01305 269512. An evening bound to appeal to travellers and theatre goers alike.

01 Yetties Music Club West End Hall, Sherborne, 8pm.

01 Traveller’s Tales – Egypt Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 6pm. A talk by Roland Tarr.

02 Four Part Harmonies - Weymouth Operatic Society United Church, South Street, Dorchester, 7.30pm. Tickets £6/£4 from 01305 760780

02 Pinter Double Bill Marine Theatre, Church Street, Lyme Regis, 8.00pm. European Arts Company presents a Pinter double bill: A Slight Ache & The Love.

02 - 30 The Life and Work of William Barnes Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 6.30pm. Series of 5 lectures (each Thursday in March) by Dr Alan Chedzoy. £6 per lecture or £25 for the series of 5 lectures.

03 Barn Dance Woodmead Halls, Hill Road, Lyme Regis, 7.30pm to 11pm. Barn Dance - fun for all the family - organised by Save the Children. Dance to the Casterbridge Band. Tel. 01297 560402 for further details and tickets

03 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Toller Porcorum Tel 01300 320168 for details.

03 Archaeology Meeting Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 7.30pm. "Investigating Dorset’s Industrial Past" by Dr Peter Stanier.

04 Dorset Chamber Orchestra – Music for Youth St Mary's Church, Dorchester, 4pm. Story-teller - Martin Clunes The Nutcracker - Tchaikovsky Solo by a Young Artist (to be announced) The Amazing Animal Band - Coles/Baker (First Performance) The River Vltava - Smetana

04 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Chideock Please tel. 01297 489449 for details.

04 Dorset Local History Group Lecture and AGM Dorset County Musuem, Dorchester, 2.30pm. "The Shapwick (Somerset) Project" – lecture by Professor Mick Aston.

04 All over the Town Regent Cinema, Broad Street, Lyme Regis, 5.30pm. The 1948 film that was shot entirely in Lyme Regis with many local people appearing as extras.

04 - 05 Double Event Sales Trimar Hospice, Greenhill, Weymouth 10.00am - 12noon Organiser: On sale Saturday will be Wall Paper, Bric-a-Brac, Stamps, Jigsaws, Garden Accessories. On sale Sunday will be Tools for all trades and DIY. Something for everyone.

04 - 05 Lambing Weekend Kingston Maurward, Nr. Dorchester.

04 - 05 Antique Fair Kingston Maurward, Nr. Dorchester, 10am - 4.30pm Saturday, 10am – 4pm Sunday

05 Women & Family Day – International Women’s Day Event St. Mary’s School, Puddletown, 10am – 4pm. Free workshops, taster sessions and lots of activities for women, babies and children including alternative therapies, pilates, falconry display, African drumming, girls’ rubgy, craft activities, info stands and stalls and lots more! Creche, free refreshments. Visit www.northdorset-pct.nhs.uk or tel. 07811 442363 for further details.

05 South Somerset Ramblers Walk Meet At Yarn Barton Car Park, Beaminster. 10 miles circular walk via Oxbridge, Melplash, Loscombe, Mapperton. Picnic Lunch. Tel. 01308 863206 for further details.

07 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Puddletown Forest Tel 01297 489449 for details.

07 Natural History Lecture Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 7.30pm. "The use of fish to assess water quality and change" by Bill Beaumont, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Dorset.

08 Sherborne Flicks - Kinky Boots Church Hall, Digby Road, Sherborne, 7.30pm. From the makers of Calendar Girls - a funny, well-observed comedy much in the vein of The Full Monty - cheeky but not offensive! Tickets £5, available from Sherborne TIC

08 All over the Town Regent Cinema, Broad Street, Lyme Regis, 2.45pm. The 1948 film that was shot entirely in Lyme Regis with many local people appearing as extras.

09 Stop GAP At Bridport Arts Centre Bridport Arts Centre, 7.30pm. In association with Activate, StopGAP present a triple bill of dance by top UK choreographers, which is vibrant, funny and tender. Suitable for any age. Tickets: £6 adults, £4 children & students

09 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Askerswell Please tel. 01297 489567 for details.

09 Sherborne Historical Society Lecture Digby Hall, Hound Street, Sherborne, 8pm. "Contributions of Islam" – Peter Willey, FRAS, FRGS looks at the close and often cordial relations between Christianity and Islam until the time of the Crusades.

09 - 11 'Allo 'Allo - Comedy Frampton Village Hall, 7.30pm. Presented by Frampton Footlights. A comedy by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft.

10 Once More Into The Bleach Marine Theatre, Church Street, Lyme Regis, Doors open 7.45pm. Blondie tribute

10 Breadmaking around the World Puddletown Village Hall, 7.30pm, Tickets: £7.00, proceeds to Christian Aid. Sarah Stancliffe, wife of the Bishop of Salisbury and author of "Book of Bread". Contact: Pat Alford 01305 848746/ Diana & Jim Wilson 01305 848510

10 - 11 Alison Neil In 'The Shakespeare Ladies Club' Performances in West Stafford Village Hall on 10th and Tarrant Gunville Village Hall on 11th, both at 7.30pm. A new theatre show both written and performed by the wonderful Alison Neil. Set in mid 1700s London, this is a true story of a group of Ladies of Quality who determined to make Shakespeare fashionable once again.

10 - 20 Blah di Blah: Dorset's festival of words and voices Blah di Blah is Dorset's bi-annual celebration of live literature. With writers, storytellers, slam poets, speakers and readers, this year promises to be louder than ever. Full programme available from Dorset TICs

11 An Evening Of Amateur Boxing The Dorchester Trinity Club, Trinity Street, Dorchester. 8pm-11.30pm, doors open 7.30pm. Tickets £8.00 on the door or tel 01305 832249 or 266145 Presented by Dorchester Amateur Boxing Club

11 Evening Of Popular Classics St. Mary's Church, Dorchester, 7.30pm. Four top performers with some of the world's best loved music.

11 Free Children's Saturday Events In Dorset County Museum 10am-12pm "Strings and Things" - make your own string, rope or braids, the way the Vikings did.

11 Guardian Angel Workshop Connect with your own special angel. 10am - 4pm, The Corn Exchange, Dorchester. Facilitated by gifted psychic, David Hand. Booking essential. Please call 01202 429300 for further details.

11 John Bullock Is Otherwise Engaged At Eype Church Centre For Arts Eype Church Centre For Arts, Nr Bridport, 7.45pm. John Bullock performs traditional and contemporary songs about those people who are somehow different from Us. But who really is the OTHER? Tickets £5, available from Bridport TIC

11 Organ Recital Church Of The Holy Rood, Buckland Newton, 2.30pm. An informal afternoon of organ music by the Salisbury & District Organists Assosiation. Tea, coffee and cake in the interval. Free entry.

11 Quiz Night United Church Hall, Charles St, Dorchester, 7.30pm. Tickets £3.00 adults, under 14's £2.00 includes cold supper. Available from The Gallery, or tel. 01305 266461/268341

11 Sherborne Chamber Choir Sherborne Abbey, Sherborne, 7.30pm. Sherborne Chamber Choir perform Durufle's Requiem plus ' A Garland for Linda' - which includes movements from composers such as John Rutter, Richard Rodney Bennett, David Matthews and John Taverner.

11 Uiscedwr At Bridport Arts Centre Bridport Arts Centre, 8pm. Uiscedwr’s (pronounced ish-ka-dooer, which means water in Welsh and Irish) freshness, innovation and sheer joy of playing has brought them a long way in an absurdly short time. Winners of The Folk Award in 2002, fiddler player and vocalist Anna Esslemont comes from Wales and percussionist Cormac Byrne is from Co. Waterford, Ireland. Legendary guitarist Kevin Dempsey completes the line-up.

11 Spring Feed the Birds Day RSPB Reserve Radipole Lake , Weymouth, 10am – 12pm. Find out how you can help your feathered friends throughout the busy breeding months. Advice on bird care products and 10% off all bird food for this day only.

11 - 12 Family History Course For Beginners The Coach House, Gundry Lane, Bridport. A two day course for beginners starting at 10am and finishing at 4pm each day. Cost of the 2 day course is £30. Further details and confirmation of venue from Jane Ferentzi-Shepherd, 4 Hibernia Close, Bridport or email janefhistory@aol.com

11 - 12 Lambing Weekend Kingston Maurward, Nr. Dorchester.

12 Choral Evensong 1559 Book Of Common Prayer St. Peter's Church, High Street, Dorchester, 6.30pm. Thomas Weelkes' Evening Service 'for Trebles'. Anthems by Farrant, Mundy and Byrd sung by Petertide. Preacher: The Rt Revd Tim Thornton, Bishop of Sherborne.

12 The Best of Dorset’s Tourism & Leisure Show Ocean Room, Weymouth Pavilion, 10am – 4pm.

12-14 Drawing and Watercolour Painting course at Highway Farm Highway Farm, West Road, Bridport. Residential course with award winning marine artist Michael J Chappell. Cost is £120 per person and includes 2 nights B&B, light lunch, coffee/tea, and one evening meal. Single occupancy +£10. Additional persons or extra nights £26.50 pppn. Further details from Pauline on 01308 424321 or visit www.highwayfarm.co.uk

14 Bridport Film Society Screening – Turtles Can Fly Bridport Art Centre, South St, Bridport, 7.45pm.

14 Changes In The Rural Scene Over The Past 40 Years Bridport United Church, 2.30pm. A Bridport History Society talk by Andrew Dyke of Pineapple Developments Ltd, showing how farming has had to change in order to survive.

14 Lyme Regis Society Talk Woodmead Halls, Hill Road, Lyme Regis, 2.30pm. Lyme Regis Society guest speaker Richard Edmonds - Earth Sciences Manager for the Jurassic Coast

14 Treasure Island At Bridport Arts Centre Bridport Arts Centre, performances at 11.30am and 1.30pm. A new adaptation of Stevenson's classic tale. The audience are invited to wear pirate costume! Suitable for ages 7 to 11. Tickets £3. Further details from Bridport Arts Centre tel 01308 424204.

14 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Maiden Newton. Tel. 01300 320346 for details

15 Bridport Camera Club Meeting – Competition No.5 Burton Cliff Hotel, Burton Bradstock, 7.30pm.

15 Jurassic Coast Lecture: Petroleum And The World Heritage Coast Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 6.30pm. A Geology Group of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society talk given by Dr. Andrew Hindle of Egdon Resources. Further information from 01305 262735.

16 The Librarian's Joke Performed At Bridport Arts Centre Bridport Arts Centre, 8pm. The silence in the library is deafening. The time for breaking it is long overdue. In the home of written words, what's happened to the spoken ones? Using an eclectic and innovative live sound track, striking visual images and audience interaction, Little Wonder create a witty and beautiful story of a love left unspoken for too long. Tickets: £9, £8 members, concessions £5 students

16 The Romantic Piano St Michael's Church, Church Street, Lyme Regis, 7.30pm. Concert featuring Christina Lawrie on the piano

16 South Somerset Ramblers Walk Meet At The Thimble, Piddlehinton, 10.30am. 5 mile walk towards White Lackington. Tel. 01935 473114 for further details.

16 South Somerset Ramblers Walk Meet At Yarn Barton Ar Park, Beaminster, 10.30am. 4 1/2 mile walk South of Beaminster to the attactive village of Netherbury, returning via the Brit Valley. Tel. 01935 479129 for further details

16 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Shatcombe Picnic Area Tel. 01308 485418

16 - 18 Amateur Players Of Sherborne Production Digby Hall, Hound Street, Sherborne. The Amateur Players of Sherborne present 'Confusions' by Alan Ayckbourne

17 Bridport & West Dorset Music Club Concert - Bridge String Quartet Colfox School, Bridport, 7.45pm. Tel. 01308 424673 for further details

17 Charterhouse Auction Long Street Sale Rooms, Sherborne, viewing Wednesday from 10am to 4pm, and Thursday from 10am to 7pm. Sale starts on Friday at 10am, with viewing from 8.30am. Antiques, wine, collectors' items and clocks

17 Kausary South American Band Church House, South St, Bridport, 7.30pm. The 5 musicians of the South American band, Kausary will be supporting the local charity WAWA (local charity which raises funds to provide better educational and medical facilities for some of the poorest children in Peru) by performing live in Bridport playing both traditional and more up beat Latin American numbers - bar and fair-trade refreshments & raffle. Tickets £5.00 available from The Red Plum Gallery

18 Barn Dance St Mary's Church Hall, South Street, Bridport, 7.30 - 11pm.. Come and Dance the night away at the Barn Dance with free nibbles, raffle, band and caller, and mystery ticket prize.

18 Book Market Church Hall, Digby Road, Sherborne, 9.30am - 4pm.

18 Matthew Trusler - Violin Big School Room, Sherborne School, Sherborne, 7.30pm.

18 Ray Sargent In Two Victorian Tales Sherborne House, Newland, Sherborne, 7.30pm. A highly atmospheric one-man dramatisation of two classic stores - The Signalman by Charles Dickens and The Three Strangers by Thomas Hardy. With period music from the Thomas Hardy Collection and original music by Ray Sargent. Tickets £5 - available from Sherborne Tourist Information Centre

18 Archaeology Day School Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 10.15am. "Pits, Pots and People – 10,000 years at Bestwall, Wareham". A presentation of the spectacular results of 13 years of excavation, ahead of quarrying, on the Bestwall peninsula, to the east of Wareham, together with aspects of current research - with a panel of speakers. Tickets £14. Prior booking is advisable to avoid disappointment – tel. 01305 262735.

18 - 19 Spring Bulb & Daffodils Weekend At Sherborne Castle Sherborne Castle, Sherborne. Reduced price entry to Sherborne Castle grounds to see the lovely spring flowers

18 - 19 Fossil Fantastic Family Weekend Charmouth Heritage Centre, Charmouth. Join the Warden Team at the centre for a whole weekend of fossil hunting and activities for families and children. Lots of fun for everyone. Booking essential.

18 - 19 Inspiration Days for Designing your Garden Downhouse Farm, Higher Eype, Nr Bridport, 10am - 4pm. 18th : Focus on Foliage and visit to private garden in Halstock , 19th – Focus on Foliage and visit to Athelhampton Garden with takl on the garden’s history and Bellamont topiary nursery. Further details from www.couturegardens.com.

18 - 19 Lambing Weekend Kingston Maurward, Nr. Dorchester.

21 Dorset Industrial Archaeology Society Talk Dorset Room, Colliton Club (opposite County Hall), Dorchester, 7.30 p.m. 'The Tramway in Puddletown Forest', a talk by Bill Putnam. Non-members welcome at £2 per person.

21 Wildlife Walk RSPB Reserve, Radipole Lake, Weymouth, 10am – 12pm.

22 Birding On Stonebarrow Stonebarrow Hill, Charmouth, 10.00am to 1pm. Spring has sprung - A focus on territory and song, just in time for spring. Maximum 15 places per walk .Booking essential – tel. 01297 560772

22 Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Jurassic Coast Church Hall, Digby Road, Sherborne, 7.30pm. A talk by Chris Pamplin of the World Heritage Team, including information about fossils found in Sherborne.

23 Opera Can Be Murder - Tank Museum The Tank Museum, Bovington, 7.30pm. Tickets £12 for adults, £8 for students and under 16s. Hatstand Opera present an evening of musical entertainment - Popular opera & caberet.

24 The Dorchester Association Lecture & AGM The Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 7.15pm. AGM followed by lecture by Jill Pope: Daring Voters

24 Market in St Martin's Community Hall St Martin's Community Hall, 2 -3.30pm. Produce, cakes, plants, craft, Local home made bread,Fair-trade goods, library etc and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat. For further information tel.01305 852866.

24 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Cogden Beach Tel. 01308 863754 for details.

24 - 25 Wheatley's Arcadians Present Strings Ain't What They Used To Portesham Village Hall on 24th at 8pm and Melbury Osmond Village Hall on 25th at 7.30pm. Wheatley’s Arcadians play and sing music from the 1920s and 30s but sometimes as early as the 1890s using a huge variety of stringed instruments. With backgrounds in Bob Kerr’s Whoopee Band and the Pasadena Roof Orchestra, a very entertaining evening is guaranteed!

24 - 26 Exploring Hardy's Wessex - Residential Course At Highway Farm Highway Farm Near Bridport. An introduction to the life and landscape of Thomas Hardy. Cost is £160 per person and includes 2 nights B&B, light lunch, coffee/tea, and one evening meal. Single occupancy +£10. Additional persons or extra nights £26.50 pppn. For further details tel. 01308 424321 or visit www.highwayfarm.co.uk

25 Inspiration Day For Designing Your Garden The Barn, Downhouse Farm Nr Bridport, 9.30am – 3.30pm.Today's Topic is: Design & Gardening with Nature with a lecture from Pam Lewis. Each day includes garden visits or lectures, Q+A with gardeners, plantsmen + women + tuition from designers. Cost: £65 per day(including lunch). No more than 10 students per day. Further details from www.couturegardens.com or email

25 Preparing for Hysterectomy Workshop The Hysterectomy Association Workshop, Body Mind Spirit Centre, Jonson Park, Dorchester. Starts at 9.30am and finishes around lunchtime, £10 per person, call 0871 7811141 for more info.

25 Sherborne Antiques & Collectors Fair Digby Hall, Hound Street, Sherborne, 9am - 4pm.

25 Fleet Foreshore Beach Clean Chesil Beach Centre, Nr Weymouth, 10am – 12pm Tel. 01305 760579 for further details.

25 Dorset Guild of Weavers, Spinners & Dyers St. Mary’s Hall, Dorchester, 11am – 4pm.

25 - 26 Family History Course For Beginners The Coach House,Gundry Lane, Bridport. A two day course for beginners starting at 10am and finishing at 4pm each day. Cost of the 2 day course is £30. E-mail janefhistory@aol.com for info.

25 - 26 Optics Weekend At Radipole Lake Radipole RSPB Reserve, Weymouth, 10am – 4pm. Free expert advice for optical equipment at the wonderful RSPB reserve.

26 Day Course On Living Willow With Amy Ralph Highway Farm, West Road, Bridport, 10am – 4pm. Full day' s tuition to learn how to plant and weave natural beautiful living arbours, tunnels and screens. Cost £35 - tel. 01308 424321 for further details and to book.

26 Sherborne Castles 10k Multi-terrain Running Race Also 5k and 1500m junior race

26 Steam Train Comes To Sherborne Sherborne. A special for Mothers' Day - Steam dreams trip from London to Sherborne (and then onto Yeovil Junction).

27 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Abbotsbury. Tel. 01305 260853 for further details

27 to 02/04 West Dorset Residents Week What's on your doorstep? Find out during West Dorset Residents Week. If you are a resident of West Dorset you can take advantage of some fantastic offers from local attractions and leisure centres for one week only. Flyers containing vouchers will be sent to households during early March. Further copies will be available from West Dorset Tourist Information Centres in March.

29 Dorset County Museum Music Society Concert Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, 7.30pm. Tickets £12 at the door Corina Belcea, violin, and Katya Apekisheva, piano. Beethoven Sonata no.5 in F major op.24 ('Spring'), Debussy Sonata in G minor, Richard Strauss Sonata in E flat minor op.18

30 Chitraleka Dance Company Present Tears Of Fire Bridport Arts Centre, 8pm. Tears of Fire captures the story of an enigmatic and fiery Indian princess. Starts at 8pm. Tickets £ £10, £9 concessions, £5 students.

30 West Dorset Ramblers Association Walk Today's walk starts from: Beaminster. Tel. 01308 863337 for further details.

 


FOR FURTHER DETAILS ON EVENTS AND THE LOCAL AREA PLEASE CONTACT:

Tourist Information Centre, Antelope Walk, Dorchester Tel: 01305 267992 dorchester.tic@westdorset-dc.gov.uk

Tourist Information Centre, South Street, Bridport Tel: 01308 424901 bridport.tic@westdorset-dc.gov.uk

Tourist Information Centre, Digby Road, Sherborne Tel: 01935 815341 sherborne.tic@westdorset-dc.gov.uk

Tourist Information Centre, Church Street, Lyme Regis Tel: 01297 442138 lymeregis.tic@westdorset-dc.gov.uk

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