The Poole Maritime Festival took place over the weekend 19-21 May 2017 and once the rain stopped the crowds came out for the sprawling event across town.
With some of the most authentic tribute bands and best local artists on the scene, the soundtrack for Poole’s free family Seven Seas Festival is guaranteed all killer no filler!
The marvels of steam will take centre stage as Poole Quay plays host to a bygone era of magnificent miniature steam engines on Saturday 13 May, 10am-5pm.
The Poole Harbour Big Wheel and the HarBar is now open. We went along to try a cocktail or two and ride the wheel.
With SEVEN stages, SEVEN bars, SEVEN global food and music micro-sites based on the SEVEN seas, SEVEN is surely heaven at Poole’s first FREE family-friendly Seven Seas Festival.
A chance to see the local sights as you’ve never seen them before, the amazing Poole Harbour BIG Wheel is set to open this month in Harbourside Park as the start of Poole Maritime Festival and the free Seven Seas family festival.
Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts, is celebrating the BBC Arts Get Creative weekend with a number of free events during the course of Friday 7 – Sunday 9 April.
Prepare to Level Up as gaming through the ages and live music set the stage for imaginations to run wild at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts this April.
Families with a taste for adventure will be right at home at Poole’s first annual Seven Seas Festival coming up on the 19-21 May 2017.
Next week, the BSO will be holding two special events dedicated to developing emerging talent at Lighthouse, Poole, providing composers of all ages with the opportunity to have their works performed by both the full Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and new music ensemble Kokoro.