New shows go on sale at Lighthouse  

Lighthouse, Poole is pleased to announce the following new shows and screenings on sale this week:

Rosalie (15)
Tuesday 2, Friday 12, Saturday 13 July, 1.30pm (Tues, Sat), 4.30pm (Fri), Cinema
The story of the first bearded lady attraction. In 1870s France, Rosalie is a young woman unlike any other, she hides a secret. She was born with a face and body covered in hair, but she doesn’t want to become a common freak-show.

There’s Still Tomorrow (15)
Tuesday 2, Wednesday 3, Wednesday 10 July, 4.30pm (Tues), 1.30pm (Wed 3), 7.30pm (Wed 10), Cinema

Post WW2 family drama set in Rome, directed by, and starring Paola Cortelles.

Wild Water (PG)
Tuesday 2, Thursday 18 July, 7.30pm (Tues), 1.30pm (Thurs), Cinema

This new documentary provides a glimpse into the world of cold water swimming at Gaddings Dam, the highest beach in England.

Wilding (PG)
Wednesday 3, Thursday 4 July, 4.30pm (Wed), 1.30pm (Thurs), Cinema

Based on Isabella Tree’s best-selling book, Wilding tells the incredible story of a young couple that bet on nature for the future of their failing, 400-year-old estate. Psot-film recorded Q&A.

The Dead Don’t Hurt (15)
Wednesday 3, Thursday 4 July, 7.30pm (Wed), 4.30pm (Thurs), Cinema
Viggo Mortenson directs and stars in this story of star-crossed lovers on the western US frontier in the 1860s. Vicky Krieps and Danny Huston co-star.

Stop Making Sense (15)
Thursday 4, Saturday 13 July, 7.30pm, Cinema

Considered by critics as the greatest concert film of all time, the live performance was shot over the course of three nights at Hollywood’s Pantages Theater in December 1983 and features Talking Heads’ most memorable songs.

Younger: Looking Forward To Getting Older (cert TBC)
Friday 5, Thursday 11 July, 1.30pm (Fri), 7.30pm (Thurs), Cinema

A film about friendship and purpose in Masters athletics, a place where every five years, getting older means becoming the youngest.

The Bikeriders (15)
Friday 5, Saturday 6, Tuesday 9, Wednesday 10 July, 7.30pm (Fri, Sat), 1.30pm (Tues), 4.30pm (Wed), Cinema

After a chance encounter, headstrong Kathy is drawn to Benny, member of Midwestern motorcycle club the Vandals. Julie Comer and Tom Hardy star.

NT Live: Nye (15)
Friday 12 July, 7.30pm, Cinema

Another chance to see Martin Sheen in this surreal and spectacular journey through the life and legacy of the man who transformed the Welfare State.

The Commandant’s Shadow (cert TBC)
Tuesday 16, Wednesday 17 July, 7.30pm (Tues), 4.30pm (Wed), Cinema

Film following the son of Rudolf Höss, the Camp Commandant of Auschwitz, as he confronts his father’s involvement in the murder of over a million Jews during the Holocaust.

NT Live: Present Laughter (PG)
Thursday 18, Tuesday 23, Wednesday 24, Tuesday 30 July, 7.30pm (Thurs), 7pm (Tues 23), 1.30pm (Wed), 11.30am (Tues 30), Cinema

The multi award-winning production of Noël Coward’s provocative comedy featuring Andrew Scott returns to the big screen.

Kinds of Kindness (18)
Friday 19, Saturday 20, Tuesday 23, Thursday 25 July, 4.30pm (Fri), 7pm (Sat, Thurs), 3.30pm (Tues), Cinema

A man seeks to break free from his predetermined path, a cop questions his wife’s demeanour after her return from a supposed drowning, and a woman searches for an extraordinary individual prophesied to become a renowned spiritual guide. Emma Stone, Jesse Plemons, and Willem Dafoe star.

Hard Miles (12A)
Friday 19, Saturday 20 July, 8pm (Fri), 4pm (Sat), Cinema

A prison social worker assembles a cycling team of teenage convicts and takes them on a transformative 1,000-mile ride. Sean Astin, Matthew Modine star.

Inside Out 2 (U)
Friday 26, Saturday 27, Tuesday 30, Wednesday 31 July, 4.30pm (Fri, Tues), 11.30am (Satr), 1.30pm (Wed), Cinema

Teenager Riley’s mind headquarters is undergoing a sudden demolition to make room for something entirely unexpected: new Emotions.

Fly Me to the Moon (12A)
Friday 26, Saturday 27, Tuesday 30, Wednesday 31, 7.30pm (Fri. Tues, Wed), 4pm (Sat), Cinema

Marketing maven Kelly Jones (Scarlett Johansson) wreaks havoc on launch director Cole Davis’s already difficult task. When the White House deems the mission too important to fail, Jones is directed to stage a fake moon landing as back-up. Channing Tatum, Woody Harrelson co-star.

NT Live: Dear England (15)
Saturday 27 July, 7pm, Cinema

Joseph Fiennes plays Gareth Southgate in James Graham’s spectacular hit play examining nation and game.

Carrie Martin
Saturday 31 August, 8pm, Sherling Studio
Carrie is an acoustic guitarist and singer/songwriter from East Yorkshire. Mentored by instrumental guitarist Gordon Giltrap MBE, her last three albums have included guests Elliott Randall, Gordon Giltrap, Oliver Wakeman, Daniel Cassidy (Eva’s brother), ex-Bad Company guitarist Dave Colwell, John Verity (Argent) and Roger Fisher (ex-Heart guitarist).

Polaris 29
Saturday 7 September, 2.30pm, Concert Hall

Polaris returns to Poole for a night of professional grappling featuring some of the best athletes from all around the world. Limited tickets available.

Fleetwood Mac By Candlelight
Thursday 19 September, 7.30pm, Concert Hall

Featuring a cast of West End Singers and a live band, join us for a ‘Landslide’ concert, jam packed with Fleetwood Mac hits as you have never heard them before!

Nightcap: An Evening with Captain Lee
Sunday 13 October, 7.30pm, Theatre

The “stud of the sea” will interact with fans and share personal stories about his life, cocktails and behind-the-scenes reality TV gossip during his very own one-man show, Nightcap.

Saturday 5 April, 7.30pm, Theatre

Legendary 70s Tyneside folk-rock pioneers Lindisfarne present a classic five-piece line-up of long-time members fronted by founder-member Rod Clements on vocals, mandolin, fiddle and slide guitar. With a repertoire of unforgettable songs like Meet Me On The Corner, Fog On The Tyne, Lady Eleanor and Run For Home and a reputation for live performance second to none, Lindisfarne’s power to galvanise concert audiences remains undimmed and is guaranteed to get the crowd on their feet and singing along.
Lindisfarne 2024 are: Rod Clements (1969-present) vocal, mandolin, fiddle, guitars; Dave Hull-Denham (1994-present) vocal, guitars; Steve Daggett (1986-present) vocal, keyboards, guitars; Ian Thomson (1995-present) bass, vocal; Paul Smith drums.

Luke Wright: JOY
Thursday 15 May, 8pm, Sherling Studio

Luke returns to Lighthouse with stacks of brilliant, big-hearted poems that get to grips with joy in mulchy middle age. Come let a little joy into your life with a raconteur and wordsmith at the top of his game. Age guidance: 14+

With the exception of Polaris, which is already yon sale, Carrie Martin, Fleetwood Mac By Candlelight, Nightcap: An Evening with Captain Lee, and Lindisfarne, which go on pre-sale on Thursday 20 June, Tickets go on pre-sale to Lighthouse Friends on Wednesday 19 June and on general sale from Friday 21 June. at

For details of Lighthouse Friends visit

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