For those of you who caught the mighty Vag Halen last – what a gig! But there’s still loads of amazing artists to see over our closing weekend.
On Friday 10th October at Pavilion Dance, Bombay Talkies and Asian Arts Agency presents Devi: classic Indian cinema with live score, celebrating 101 years of Indian Cinema
Talvin Singh, one of the most influential figures in British Asian music, celebrates 101 years of Indian cinema with this blend of film and live music.
Tickets £12 – link here.
Absolute Elsewhere bring their esoteric immersion to the Shelley Theatre on Friday 10th October – music inspired by Bournemouth’s occult past and pagan roots.
A multi-sensory experience spread over the interior bringing together artists, performers, filmmakers and musicians for a night that promises to electrify and enchant the soul.
Tickets £7 – link here.
On Saturday 11th October, Zerelda Sinclair brings her gothic spectacular The Resurrection of the Sea Brides to the evocative Shelley Theatre. Not for the faint hearted.
Tickets £10/£7 – link here.
Over the weekend, the Bournemouth Natural Science Society opens its doors so all ages can explore the collections and join in activities in the museum.
And it’s free! Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th October – 10am to 4pm.
At midday on Saturday 11th October, visual artist Damian Marchal will be creating a brand new installation in Shelley Park – Borders of the Future. Brought to life right in front of your eyes accompanied by performances.
More info here