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Theatre Productions

Philip Clouts’ Quartet

Cape Town-born pianist/composer Clouts’ South African roots have inspired a voyage of discovery that has led to him soaking up the joyful passion of Caribbean calypso, the bluesy melodies of middle eastern praise songs, the exuberant sway of Cuban dance music and the tuneful essence of Gospel, while honouring jazz heroes including Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett, and Charles Lloyd.

As a key member of the popular London-based world jazz ensemble Zubop and its offshoot Zubop Gambia with BBC World Music-award-winner Juldeh Camara, Clouts created a solid body of work with African roots. Since moving to Dorset in 2006 he has responded to his new surroundings with impressionistic compositions that complement his world music interests, resonating with strong themes and packing a mighty rhythmical punch.

Thursday, 28th September, 7.30pm
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Chemical Dance vs Daft Punk Experience

There is little argument that no one group helped pave the way for electronica’s popular acceptance more than The Chemical Brothers. Chemical Dance is the ultimate live tribute show with a full, stunning laser light show, recreating hits such as Block Rockin BeatsHey Boy Hey Girl, Afrika and Galvanize to name but a few.

And if one tribute is not enough – this time there are two, as Chemical Dance teams up with the amazing Daft Punk Experience for a double header of classic dance anthems!

Saturday, 21st October, 8pm
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Simply Dylan

Simply Dylan is as straightforward as the title suggests: no frills, no gimmicks and no pretence. Led by front man John O’Connell, the band delivers a tribute to Bob Dylan celebrating the rich and diverse work of the award-winning artist. It is their interpretations, precise playing and high energy renditions of some of Dylan’s back catalogue that has caught the attention of many Bobcats.

First started as a modest project recognizing Dylan’s 70th Birthday, the success of the band has been nothing short of remarkable from selling out the Cavern Club six times, to receiving fantastic reviews from audiences across the UK, to opening the Isle of Wight Festival on the Big Top Stage.

Friday, 27th October, 7.30pm
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An Evening with Sir Vince Cable

Who is Vince Cable? A key figure in the Coalition Cabinet as Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills; and Leader of the Liberal Democrats; he retired to become a writer; a Visiting Professor at the LSE; a Distinguished Fellow of the Overseas Development; and Director of a company creating a hydrogen refuelling network as part of the net zero economy. When not working, he is a father and grandfather; happily married; a competitive ballroom dancer and a keen cyclist and hiker.

Presented in association with Clive Conway Productions, this is a rare opportunity to get to know a major figure in British politics.

Friday, 1st December, 7.30pm
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Snow Angel

A shamelessly festive show celebrating all that is Christmassy.  From Michael Bublé and Tiny Tim to ‘Frozen’ mashups, the John Lewis Christmas Ad and one small, ever popular Eskimo. Mad-capped, joyous and at times preposterous, this is an evening of festive frivolity with a tiny sparkle of magic that will delight the unhinged and charm the pants of everyone else.  Join Charlie and Louise for a Christmas show that will leave you breathless with laughter!

“Charlie Bicknell and Louise Innes combine a gloriously dark sense of humour with amazing voices. A great fun night out not to be missed!” The Observer

Friday, 8th December, 7.30pm
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A Christmas Carol (Living Spit)

Yes, we’re carry on the Christmas Spirt into January but in a very different way! Hard-hearted Ebenezer Scrooge hates the season of goodwill. Until a visit from three Phantoms one memorable Christmas Eve makes him rethink his miserly ways and turn his wicked life upside down blah blah blah. We all know the story. We’ve all seen the film(s). But you’ve yet to witness Craig Edwards’ unique take on the eponymous anti-hero of Dickens’ festive masterpiece. And he’s brought Stu Mcloughlin along for the ride to dress up, sing, dance and generally act like a complete idiot whilst playing ALL the other parts.

With silly songs, pitiful puppetry and more Dickensian daftness than you can shake a selection box at, Living Spit’s Christmas Carol promises to be a feast of festive foolery that you will never forget.

Friday, 5th January 2024, 7.30pm
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Aled Jones – Full Circle

Prepare to hear Aled Jones as you’ve never heard him before. The boy treble who captivated the world with his angelic voice, and who has sold over seven million albums is the original classical crossover star. His recording of Walking in the Air, from the animated film The Snowman, firmly established him as a household name, now he is equally at home on the classical stage or starring in musical theatre productions in London’s West End. He is also an award-winning television broadcaster and radio presenter who heads up BBC’s Songs of Praise and his own Saturday and Sunday morning shows on Classic FM. After 40 years in the business, he’s looking back on a remarkable career with a one-man show that will feature never-before-heard music, tales from the decades and for the first time, his story told in his own words. It’s time to come Full Circle.

Sunday, 24 March 2024, 7.30pm
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