Things to do in Dorset this weekend
PUBLISHED: 11:39 05 November 2019
Here's our round-up of some of the best events in Dorset this weekend, from dinner dances to fireworks and of course plenty of music and theatrical performances
7, 8 & 10 NOVEMBER
Embracing classical, gypsy jazz and folk, the Tim Sliphuis Trio re-define the music of J.S. Bach, Django and the Chieftains. Starts 7.30pm.
1940S DINNER DANCE
Get your dancing shoes on and head to The Tithe Barn on the Symondsbury Estate for a fun-filled night in aid of the Royal British Legion and Help for Heroes. There will be music from The Decadettes, as well as a two course meal and a fantastic charity auction.
Bonfire Night celebrations will continue at the glorious Sherborne Castle this weekend, with live music, fairground rides, food and drink and of course a dazzling firework display.
Gates open 5pm. sherbornefireworks.com
Acclaimed as one of the finest jazz musicians to emerge this side of the Atlantic, Julian Joseph was the first Black British jazz musician to host a series at London's Wigmore Hall, and the first to headline a late-night concert at the BBC Proms.
8pm, St Mary's Church, Dorchester julianjosephindorset.com
THE WIT & SONGS OF NOËL COWARD
Be reminded of the dazzling wit and song-writing skill of Coward through such gems as Mad Dogs & Englishmen. Tea will be served at this afternoon concert. Dorchester Corn Exchange 01305 266926
Canadian contemporary hip-hop dance troupe's award-winning double bill - Origami Mami and Nobody Likes a Pixelated Squid - is a delectable fusion of music and athletic movement.
7.30pm, Martinstown VH 01305