Bridports Best Entertainment Guide

What's on and where to go in the Bridport ad West Bay area. Pubs, clubs, bands, community groups click here to contact us and we will list your event for free!

NES-2019bThe New Elizabethan Singers’ Summer Concert on 18th May 2019 is a challenging and exciting programme of four short but iconic 20th century English pieces, all celebratory in tone and theme.

Benjamin Britten’s Rejoice in The Lamb was commissioned as a celebratory piece in the otherwise dark days of 1943 for the anniversary of the building of a church. The piece uses the strange lyrics of Christopher Smart, a visionary and troubled 18th century poet. Smart, who spent some years confined in an asylum, celebrated the glory of creation in many manifestations including his pet cat Geoffrey and also a valiant mouse of his acquaintance. All animal lovers should hear this!

corscombe-festA superb family day out, the very best in the area. The Fest is a lovely traditional event, there is truly something for everyone. Set in the grounds of 13th century Corscombe Court with its Moat and 15th century tithe barn it’s a unique place for a day out.

The Fest kicks off at Mid Day and runs until 8pm on Saturday 8th June 2019

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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