Calendar

Jun
2
Sun
Viola Day with Martin Outram
Jun 2 all-day
Viola Day with Martin Outram

Martin Outram studied at Cambridge University and the Royal Academy of Music. He is a member of the internationally renowned Maggini Quartet and also appears regularly as a soloist

During this informal and friendly workshop, there will be opportunities to play viola ensemble repertoire and a masterclass in which participants will be encouraged to perform works of their choice and be tutored by Martin. There will also be a questions and answers technique ‘clinic’ and a short recital by Martin if time permits. Viola literature and study material will be on hand for perusal. This is a chance to be immersed in all things viola in a beautiful venue – do come along!

More info

Jun
19
Wed
D.A.D.S. Performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!” @ Village Hall, Dorchester on thames
Jun 19 @ 7:45 pm

D.A.D.S. performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!”

by Michael Parker and Susan Parker

by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

Available from Dorchester Co-op or Ticketsource https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/dads

 

Jun
20
Thu
D.A.D.S. Performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!” @ Village Hall, Dorchester on thames
Jun 20 @ 7:45 pm

D.A.D.S. performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!”

by Michael Parker and Susan Parker

by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

Available from Dorchester Co-op or Ticketsource https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/dads

 

Jun
21
Fri
D.A.D.S. Performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!” @ Village Hall, Dorchester on thames
Jun 21 @ 7:45 pm

D.A.D.S. performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!”

by Michael Parker and Susan Parker

by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

Available from Dorchester Co-op or Ticketsource https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/dads

 

Jun
22
Sat
D.A.D.S. Performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!” @ Village Hall, Dorchester on thames
Jun 22 @ 7:45 pm

D.A.D.S. performance – “Sex please, we’re sixty!”

by Michael Parker and Susan Parker

by special arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.

Available from Dorchester Co-op or Ticketsource https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/dads

 

Jul
1
Mon
D.A.D.S. Treasure Island Readthrough and Auditions
Jul 1 @ 6:39 pm

Ahoy there me hearties – all aboard for the adventure of a lifetime! Long John Silver and his fearsome crew may thing that the treasure is within their grasp, but they’ve reckoned without the ladies of the Smugglers Cove Women’s Institute!

Filled with mischief, custard pies, songs, and laughter, this is a voyage into a panto mayhem that you definitely do not want to miss!

  • Readthrough/Singalong: Monday 1st July 7.30pm
  • Auditions: Thursday 4th July 7.30pm

For more info contact Ann: pantotreasure@gmail.com

Jul
4
Thu
D.A.D.S. Treasure Island Readthrough and Auditions
Jul 4 @ 6:39 pm

Ahoy there me hearties – all aboard for the adventure of a lifetime! Long John Silver and his fearsome crew may thing that the treasure is within their grasp, but they’ve reckoned without the ladies of the Smugglers Cove Women’s Institute!

Filled with mischief, custard pies, songs, and laughter, this is a voyage into a panto mayhem that you definitely do not want to miss!

  • Readthrough/Singalong: Monday 1st July 7.30pm
  • Auditions: Thursday 4th July 7.30pm

For more info contact Ann: pantotreasure@gmail.com

Sep
25
Wed
Historical Society
Sep 25 @ 7:30 pm
Historical Society

Mark Davies ‘Professors of Rowing: the first Oxford v Cambridge boat races’. Dorchester Village Hall 7.30p.m.

Members free, visitors £3

Oct
16
Wed
Culham and District Horticultural Club – Mat Reese – The Art of a Flower Border @ Abbey Guest House
Oct 16 @ 7:30 pm
Culham and District Horticultural Club - Mat Reese -  The Art of a Flower Border @ Abbey Guest House

We have speakers at the Abbey Guest House on the 3rd Wednesday at 7.30pm of the 6 winter months: January-April, October and November. In May, June, July and September we organise group garden visits. The annual subscription is £20. The cost of garden visits depends on how much the owners charge.

While Mat was at Wisley he was introduced to gardener and writer Christopher Lloyd and spent subsequent weekends volunteering in his garden, Great Dixter. So when he finished at Kew, there was only one place he wanted to be. He went to see Fergus Garrett, head gardener at Dixter, and started work almost immediately. He says “Dixter is gardened in a creative and inventive way, so we were constantly trying new things”.
After that, in 2010 Mat moved to Malverleys, a private estate in Hampshire, where he is developing and redesigning the gardens. He gave us a talk on Melverleys in November 2016. Mat is now regarded as one of a handful of top-echelon gardeners working in Britain today.

Oct
23
Wed
Historical Society
Oct 23 @ 7:30 pm
Historical Society

Professor Malcolm Airs ‘William and Jessie Macfarlane and their Mission for Dorchester’. Dorchester Village Hall 7.30p.m.

Members free, visitors £3

Translate »