Don't miss these fantastic events coming up soon!
Saturday 30th May 7.30pm
Back by popular demand, “Broadway And Beyond – The Magic Lives On” follows on from last year’s highly successful show. This year’s production is a new compilation of a scintillating selection of forty musical numbers from a century of Broadway shows. Featuring songs from old favourites such as Camelot, Carousel and South Pacific, through to the more modern Cabaret, Chicago and Spamalot, this performance also includes seven of the most requested songs from the previous show.
Designed to dazzle and delight, the evening is presented by a company of eight West End professionals. The vocal dexterity of the three all-singing, all-dancing actors and the musical agility of the five musicians will astound and amaze. Add to this energetic dance routines and a stunning array of costumes and the performance promises to set your feet tapping, your heart singing and leave you wanting more… A dazzling performance not to be missed!
Tickets £16 (£14.50 concs)
Wednesday 3rd June 7.30pm
American, Grammy-nominated singer, Stacey Kent, brings her new album ‘The Changing Lights’ to the Tivoli, Wimborne, as part of a very limited number of UK concert dates.
The Changing Lights places Kent's love for Brazilian music centre-stage, featuring Bossa Nova classics like How Insensitive alongside originals by the songwriting team of Jim Tomlinson and acclaimed novelist, Kazuo Ishiguro.
Stacey’s repertoire and audience have expanded with every album. Her platinum-selling album Breakfast On the Morning Tram (Blue Note, EMI 2007) was nominated for a Grammy Award. Whilst her follow-up albums ‘Raconte-Moi’ and ‘Dreamer in Concert’ have been released in more than 37 different countries worldwide - making Stacey a truly international artiste.
So far ‘The Changing Lights’ album tour has seen Stacey perform in nearly 30 different countries, across 5-continents, and her limited number of UK tour dates will provide a rare opportunity for British fans to hear her performing live in concert.
"She has charm to burn, a smile that could give you hope in February and sings like nobody's business" - The Wall Street Journal
Friday 5th June 7.30pm
The Great Legends of Jazz and Swing is a story book of the birth and development of this genre from Scott Joplin to Frank Sinatra. It is told in amusing and enlightening anecdotes by the director and singer Graham Dalby and stunningly illustrated by nine top international musicians playing authentic arrangements from the various decades of Jazz and Swing. A lecture recital and a concert all rolled into one.
Details of all of our forthcoming events can be found in the 'What's On' sections of the website