What's On

International Autojumble

10am – 5pm

On the 5th and 6th September the UK’s biggest motoring item sale will take place at Beaulieu Motor Museum.

This famous event is a must for any car or motor enthusiast, as it will feature motoring items from across the decade. No matter if you are a mini fiend or a Jaguar nut, you are certain to find other like-minded enthusiasts to talk to, and fascinating items to browse.

There will be over 2,000 stands groaning with all kinds of vintage and classic motoring ephemera - motoring parts, accessories, automobilia, literature, tools and clothing.

Bring the entire family along for a fun filled day out!


Lymington Town Band

Come and see your local town band at the Lymington Bandstand this July 19th, August 16th and 6th September.

Under its conductor Clive Burroughs, the band will perform from 2:30pm until 4:30pm, so be sure to come along if you want to enjoy some old time favourite tunes, jazz music, classical covers and popular melodies.

Bring a picnic to really make the most of your afternoon in the park!


Upcoming concerts at Beaulieu Abbey Church

If you love nothing more than enjoying a live concert then be sure to keep these events in your diary.

The Pasadena Roof Orchestra | Saturday 15th August / £15.00 / 7.00pm / Sponsored by Curtle House

A well known and extremely popular group for our annual Jazz concert. When it comes to authentic Dance band/early swing music, the Pasadena Roof Orchestra has no equal.

The Bristol Orchestra | Saturday 5th September / £10.00 / 7.00pm / Sponsored by Moonhills

The Bristol Orchestra is probably the premier orchestra of the south west of England and we are fortunate to have secured them for this concert. Their programme will include works by Haydn, Mozart and Elgar.


A Murder Is Announced

Agatha Christie’s classic Miss Marple mystery, A Murder Is Announced, adapted by Leslie Darbon, opens a five-night run at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, on 22 September.

The lavish new production stars Judy Cornwell and Diane Fletcher, both of whom have enjoyed distinguished careers spanning more than 50 years on stage and screen. Judy Cornwell, as Miss Marple, is probably best known for her much-loved portrayal of Daisy in the hugely successful sitcom Keeping Up Appearances; while Diane Fletcher is fondly remembered as Elizabeth Urquhart in the classic BBC dramatisation of House of Cards.

The residents of Chipping Cleghorn are astonished to read an advert in the local newspaper that a murder will take place this coming Friday at Little Paddocks, the home of Letitia Blacklock. Unable to resist, the group gathers at the house at the appointed time, when the lights go out and a gun is fired.


Hansel and Gretel

5th - 10th December 2015

Forest Forge Theatre Company

The festive season in the region would not be the same without a visit to see the Forest Forge winter show. This year they have joined forces with local theatre company ‘Bumblefly’ to produce a new take on the family favourite, Hansel and Gretel.

Lost in the deep dark forest, the children come across many well known fairytale figures who try to help, or hinder them, as they draw ever closer to a strange house that looks good enough to eat!

Throughout this adventure, audiences are actively encouraged to join in with the show; providing sound effects and practical help as Hansel and Gretel and their many friends make their way through the enchanted forest.


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