THE Bournemouth Folk Club returns to the Shelley Theatre this week following a succession of sell-out shows earlier this year and a one-day folk festival in April. Organiser Paul Burke says he has cherry-picked the very finest blend of established acts and up and coming talent from today’s folk scene. Kicking things off on Saturday are The Churchfitters, a folk band like no other.
OUR pick of top ten events this week...2. If you missed Dirty Dancing the musical this summer, this is the next best thing. An Evening of Dirty Dancing: The Tribute Show will shimmy into Lighthouse, Poole on Wednesday night. 3. The Pavilion Dance South West’s new autumn season kicks off on Thursday with a world premiere of RED - a modern version of Little Red Riding Hood. 4. After his show was cancelled last December, Grammy awardwinning artist Ne- Yo will perform at the BIC this Friday. 5.
RYAN ADAMS has been described as one of the most elegant singer-songwriters of his generation. The American musician, record producer and poet, is set to perform an intimate headline show in Bournemouth support of his highly-anticipated album, Prisoner. As his first album release in two years, Prisoner is said to be Ryan’s best work of the decade. It is his first album of all new original material since 2014 and is set for release on February 17 next year.
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