We will remember them

We will remember them

D-Day plus 75 & the Roaring Forties, is a concert on Sunday, November 3 at 3pm to celebrate D-Day, June 6, 1944, and to remember the brave men and women of the allied forces who, on that day in history, made the ultimate sacrifice that we may enjoy ‘peace in our...
Language of drawing explored

Language of drawing explored

The language of drawing is explored at Young Gallery’s open evening on Friday, October 18 from 6.30pm. Artist-researcher Dr Yonat Nitzan-Green’s talk, ‘Two Comments’, explores the language of traditional and contemporary drawing which runs with...
Clarinet king joins birthday bash

Clarinet king joins birthday bash

Jazz royalty joins the Salisbury Jazz Club’s 40th anniversary celebrations in October. Pete Allen, an Honorary Citizen of New Orleans, and his jazz band are in Wilton’s Michael Herbert Hall, the club’s current home, on October 18. The band first played in the town at...
Fun Palace Modelling Competition

Fun Palace Modelling Competition

Fun Palace Modelling Competition – roll up all you local modellers! Using recycled material only, let your imagination run wild to create an amazing model to wow us! Gillingham Library All entries, maximum 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m, must be submitted by 4.30pm on...
Personalised Christmas Gifts for Mum

Personalised Christmas Gifts for Mum

When it comes to finding the perfect gift for mum, personalised shows that you have gone the extra mile. And nothing brings tears to a mum’s eyes more than a gift that has been carefully thought about. Even if they secretly hate it, any mum will forgive poor taste if...
Celebrate Voice pops up in the Guildhall Square

Celebrate Voice pops up in the Guildhall Square

By Fanny Charles Salisbury’s adventurous celebration of the human voice returns for 2019 with a gorgeous and unique venue, the Wilsons Piccolo Theatre, which was built for the Edinburgh Festival and has so far only appeared at the Scottish capital. As always,...
Prized drawings tour comes to Salisbury Musuem

Prized drawings tour comes to Salisbury Musuem

The Salisbury Museum has been chosen as the first venue for this year’s Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize, the largest and longest-running annual open exhibition for drawing in the UK. Following the launch in London on September 25, where the winners were...
Come together, for the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road

Come together, for the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road

Today (Thursday, September 26) marks exactly 50 years since The Beatles released their classic Abbey Road album. To celebrate the anniversary, tribute band The Mersey Beatles bring a special performance to Salisbury. On Thursday, November 14 at the City Hall, the band...
Dark comedy rumbles through Dorset

Dark comedy rumbles through Dorset

The brand new, dark comedy ‘Thunder Road’ comes to  Stalbridge Village Hall in October, through Artsreach, the county’s touring charity. On Friday, October 25 at 7.30pm, the show, influenced by the creations of Victoria Wood, Steve Coogan, and Julia...
Fair is fun for all

Fair is fun for all

Salisbury Charter Fair is on from Sunday, October 20 until Wednesday, October 23, in Salisbury Market Place and Guildhall Square. The fair is a variety of traditional and modern rides, stalls and attractions for all the family, with fair favourites including the...
City carnival call

City carnival call

Thousands are expected to fill the city’s streets for Salisbury’s 10th annual illuminated Carnival procession on Friday, October 25, 7.30pm and 9pm. Floats, music and walkabout acts with something to entertain the whole family, the carnival raises funds for the Mayor...
All aboard for the Ocean Film Festival

All aboard for the Ocean Film Festival

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour comes to Salisbury City Hall on Tuesday, September 24 as part of its UK and Ireland tour. The collection of ocean-themed films involves a selection of short films telling seafaring stories from both above and below surface –...

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