“Sshhhh, Be very very quiet.  I'm hunting wabbits" said Elmer Fudd when he was on the look-out for Bugs Bunny.  

John Newcombe has been showing films since 1952 – and at 82 years young he’s still going strong, working regular shifts at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts. Could he be Britain’s oldest working cinema projectionist?

World-famous British reggae stars UB40 bring their 40th anniversary tour to Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, on Thursday 4 April.

British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths held from 8-17 March 2019. This year’s theme is ‘journeys’ and the BNSS has organised three special adult education lectures around this topic.

You are spoilt for choice when it comes to wonderful National Trust places to visit from your base in Bournemouth.

The Crumbs Project charity, with funding from Luxurycare Group, is set to open a brand-new café in the grounds of Birds Hill Nursing Home on Monday 11th March with an official public opening taking place between 10am and 2pm. Aside from offering tasty treats and drinks, the café focuses on helping their mixed-ability trainees achieve life skills and professional development, with all profits being invested back in to the charity. Colin’s Nest is named after a past resident at the Birds Hill Nursing Home. The café compliments Crumbs’ training centre in Bournemouth, which provides a range of catering services.

Poole will provide a dramatic backdrop to series of interactive digital Light Art installations this weekend.

Thursday, 21 February 2019 14:20

Where will the DORSET MOON land this summer?

Fifty years on from the first moon landing, three Dorset arts festivals join forces to present DORSET MOON, an exciting new addition to the summer season.

Thursday, 14 February 2019 11:54

Where can kids eat for £1 this half term?

Kids eat for £1 when they bring an adult at Café Rouge this half tem.

Thursday, 14 February 2019 09:54

See Poole in a New Light

From a giant water screen in which passers by can see their faces in a million drops of water, to a fully functioning weather machine, by way of a poetry robot and musical lamp posts, this year’s Light Up Poole festival of light art, which runs after dark from Thursday 21 to Saturday 23 February 2019, can promise experiences like no others.