New shows go on sale at Lighthouse  

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

Treasure (Cert TBC)
Friday 21, Tuesday 25, Wednesday 26 June, 1.30pm (Fri), 4.30pm (Tues), 7.30pm (Wed), Cinema
A journalist travels to Poland with her father to visit his childhood places. He’s a Holocaust survivor and resists reliving his trauma, sabotaging the trip and creating unintentionally funny situations. Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry star.

Freud’s Last Session (12A)
Friday 21, Wednesday 26, Thursday 27, Saturday 29 June, 4.30pm (Fri, Sat), 1.30pm (Wed), 7.30pm (Thurs)

Freud invites iconic author CS Lewis to debate the existence of God… and his unique relationship with his daughter… and Lewis’ unconventional relationship with his best friend’s mother. Anthony Hopkins and Matthew Goode star.

Furiosa (15)
Friday 21, Saturday 22, Tuesday 25 June 7.30pm (Fri, Tues), 4pm (Sat), Cinema

The origin story of renegade warrior Furiosa before her encounter and team up with Mad Max stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth.

The Garfield Movie (U)
Saturday 22, Saturday 29 June, 1.30pm, Cinema

After Garfield’s unexpected reunion with his long-lost father, ragged alley cat Vic, he and his canine friend Odie are forced from their perfectly pampered lives to join Vic on a risky heist. Chris Pratt and Samuel L Jackson top the voice cast.

La Chimera (15)
Friday 28, Saturday 29 June, 4.30pm (Fri), 7.30pm (Sat), Cinema

An enchanting romantic adventure, an ethereal spiritual journey and a ripping heist movie like no other, the captivating new fable of lost love from Alice Rohrwacher – the best received of her career to date.

Wilding (PG)
Friday 28 June, 7.30pm, Cinema

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

SoundStorm Gala Concert
Thursday 4 July, 8pm, Concert Hall
Join SoundStorm’s BCP Music Hub for an evening of music showcasing the talents of young musicians from across the conurbation.

blur: To The End (cert TBC)
Wednesday 24 July, 7.30pm, Cinema

A new feature-length documentary depicting the extraordinary and emotional return of blur, captured during the year in which they made a surprise return with their first record in eight years, the critically acclaimed #1 album The Ballad of Darren.

Roustabout Theatre: Little Red Riding Could
Saturday 28 September, 1pm, Sherling Studio

A mischievous retelling of the familiar fairy tale, with original songs and signature Roustabout silliness, that dares you to step off the path and write your own story. Age guidance: 4+

Lunchtime Recital: Diana Cooper (piano)
Wednesday 2 October, 1.05pm, Sherling Studio

Winner of numerous awards, Diana has recently recorded her first CD, featuring works by Haydn, Chopin and Ravel, after winning First Prize in the Concours d’aide aux Jeunes Artistes organised by the Festival du Vexin.

Studio Jazz: Art Themen-Laura Jurd Quintet
Friday 4 October, 8pm, Sherling Studio

Welcome return to Lighthouse for superlative quintet that unites one of the major figures in British modern jazz with one of the key figures in the younger generation.

Jinder Presents A Songwriters Circle
Thursday 17 October, 8pm, Sherling Studio

A captivating evening of music and stories, as Jinder, Jennifer Crook and Pete Millson take the stage.  Witness Jinder’s songwriting prowess and remarkable vocals, Jennifer’s engaging and timeless songs, and Pete’s quiet, soulful wonderings.

Studio Jazz: Jay Phelps presents Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue
Friday 18 October, 7.45pm, Sherling Studio

With an instantly recognisable warm and projecting trumpet tone, this show sees Jay and his band play the best of Miles Davis’s music in his most famous era from 1958 and 1959, including the albums ’8 Miles and the best-selling jazz album of all time, Kind of Blue.

Studio Jazz: Mark Nightingale-Alan Barnes Sextet
Friday 1 November, 7.45pm, Sherling Studio

Two multi-award winning giants of British jazz unite for a mouthwatering evening of hot sounds.

Studio Jazz: Tim Garland Lighthouse Trio – 20th Anniversary Tour
Friday 15 November, 7.45pm, Sherling Studio

Twenty years ago Tim Garland launched his Lighthouse Trio, a unique and formidable acoustic band where interplay is paramount, with pianist Gwilym Simcock and drummer/percussionist Asaf Sirkis. 

Studio Jazz: Xhosa Cole Trio
Friday 29 November, 7.45pm, Sherling Studio

BBC Young Musician of the Year in 2018 and now a critically acclaimed and very popular saxophonist, flautist and composer, Xhosa joins us to with new arrangements and tunes inspired by his musical hero Thelonius Sphere Monk. Xhosa has that rare trait of having firm roots in tradition paired with an uncompromising radical vision. 

Caoilifhionn Rose
Saturday 7 December, 8pm, Sherling Studio

Caoilfhionn Rose has come of age as an artist, digging deep to find experimental new ways of expressing her wonder at nature’s beauty, her love of music in all its diversity, and her belief in the restorative powers that both afford in the troubled post-COVID world. Vigorous, searching and ever-curious, Caoilfhionn has found a voice at once ancient and modern.

Studio Jazz: Soothsayers
Friday 13 December, 8pm, Sherling Studio

Back at Lighthouse, dance-inducing grooves, heavy dub bass lines, afrobeat rhythms, sublime vocal harmonies, fiery horns interplay and strong political messages are all captured in Soothsayers’ catchy, upbeat feel-good music for the soul.

Armonico Consort – Carols By Candlelight
Sunday 22 December, 4pm, Concert Hall
A firm tradition of Armonico Consort’s festive programme, their singers and sublime choral arrangements of traditional favourites and newly discovered works will really get us in the Christmas spirit. Age guidance: 12+

Daniel Casimir
Friday 17 January, 7.45pm, Sherling Studio

In a new partnership, Studio Jazz and SoundCellar Jazz Club in Poole present our first co-promotion, featuring multi award winning composer / bassist Daniel Casimir, featuring the stunning vocals of Ria Moran.

Studio Jazz: Tony Kofi Tenor Legacy
Friday 31 January, 7.45pm, Sherling Studio

Internationally acclaimed, award winning saxophonist Tony Kofi explores the music of the great tenor saxophone players.

David O’Doherty: Tiny Piano Man
Friday 21 February, 8pm, Theatre

Award-winning comedian, author and musician, David O’Doherty is the dishevelled prince of €10 eBay keyboards trying to make you feel alive with a new pageant of laughter, song and occasionally getting up from a chair. Star of 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4), Live At The Apollo (BBC) and Along For the Ride with David O’Doherty (Channel 4). Age guidance: 14+

Burn the Floor
Friday 27 June, 7.30pm, Concert Hall

Strictly’ssuperstar professional dancers, Dianne Buswell and Vito Coppola in a brand-new, dynamic stage show-with-a-difference created by BAFTA award recipient and world-renowned choreographer Jason Gilkison.

With the exception of SoundStorm Gala Concert, which is already on sale; David O’Doherty, which goes on pre-sale on 23 May; and Jinder Presents A Songwriters Circle and Caoilifhionn, for which there are no pre-sales, tickets go on pre-sale to Lighthouse Friends only from Wednesday 22 May and on general sale from Friday 24 May. at

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