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way-lookA new piece of physical theatre devised by O&O and directed by Igne Barkauskaite Exploring the relationship between identity and appearance, this is a story for anyone who has ever felt different.

Imagine you have a birthmark on your face. You've had it all your life. You've had to put up with people staring, pointing and asking questions. Sometimes it makes you feel like a monster. Sometimes it makes you feel beautiful. But now you are finally on your way to accepting it. And you want to talk about it.

Now entering its 53rd season the Bridport Film Society are pleased to announce a wonderful selection of contemporary films hailing from all over the globe. Countries represented in 2017/18 include, New Zealand, Brazil, France, Romania, Sweden and more.

There are many films released each year. Difficult choices have to be made by the committee, who spend many hours watching, deliberating and deciding on which ones will make the cut. This season’s selection is diverse and covers a range of genres.

This listing contains a selection of events taking place across West Dorset this month. For full event information pop into your local TIC

http://bridportradio.co.uk/pdf/april_2017_events_tic.pdf

Fun_Lovin__CriminalsEverybody be cool… Jurassic Fields are pleased to announce that US legends, Fun Lovin’ Criminals will headline at the Jurassic Fields Festival on Saturday 9th July 2016

The raucous group best known for the pulp-fiction hit ‘Scooby Snacks’ and ‘Love Unlimited,’ a comical tribute to Barry White, will bring an explosion of bluesy, jazzy hip-hop, Latin soul and dirty rock & roll to the stage.

"To film it there was almost distracting because it was so beautiful." Watch Carey Mulligan and the cast and crew of Far From the Madding Crowd talk about filming on location in Dorset.

Posted by Far From The Madding Crowd on Tuesday, 21 April 2015

"To film it there was almost distracting because it was so beautiful." Watch Carey Mulligan and the cast and crew of Far From the Madding Crowd talk about filming on location in Dorset.

William Barnes's poem My Orcha'd In Lindèn Lea set to music in 1901 by the English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.

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Highlights of Bridport's First Ever Music Festival. Jurassic Fields 2014

A Dorset village's take on Pharrell Williams' song

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