28 Mar 2013

Easter bank holiday preview part 3: Bank holidays are back – 2gether, Easter at The Old Firestation

The Bournemouth gay scene has had a long tradition of celebrating diversity. The launch of 2gether this Easter bank holiday weekend is the perfect time to visit our humble seaside

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28 Mar 2013

Easter bank holiday weekend preview part 2: Ghetto Jam

Easter Saturdays are traditionally more mellow and we are recommending Ghetto Jam at The Winchester for some friendly funk. The headliner is DJ Format, ably supported by Ghetto Jam regulars

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15 Mar 2013

Preview: Bournemouth is the best for breaks, bass, trap, drum n bass

The weekend has landed! And don’t think you get any downtime in the run-up to Easter, no siree. Bournemouth is as busy as ever and you need to be on

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04 Mar 2013

Preview: Celebrating diversity with Bournemouth’s gay scene

The Bournemouth gay scene has had a long tradition of celebrating diversity but this summer in particular, there is a real buzz behind it as established nights refresh their nightclub

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12 Feb 2013

Paul van Dyk interview: “Show me a lot of Slinky love”

“Any venue lives or dies on the dedication and passion of the music fans that live around it.” Wise words from on high. Yes, we have spoken to God and

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11 Feb 2013

Moody Monday giveaway: Daniel Avery, Shake

Shake Saturday February 23 at The Winchester, Bournemouth, headlined by Daniel Avery Tickets are £5 before midnight and £7 after. No online tickets, just pay on the door  February is

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09 Oct 2012

Arts Bournemouth: journeys through film

A double-bill of short films exploring the festival theme of Journeys takes place later this month. It is part of the Arts Bournemouth festival and a brilliant way to find

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08 Sep 2012

Preview: Boscombe Vintage Market

The next Boscombe Vintage Market takes place September 29 in a new location! For one day only, you will find vintage bargains at Pine Walk (acess via Westover Rd), Lower Gardens,

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06 Sep 2012

Preview: Bournemouth Arts By The Sea Festival

Cold museums lined with huge paintings of bowls of fruit? That’s not art. Try going to Bournemouth Arts By The Sea Festival instead. With so many wonderful things happening, from

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18 Jun 2012

Nightclub deals: best of June and July in Bournemouth

Summer is well underway in Bournemouth and  It’s easy to use – follow the instructions and print your money-saving tickets to show on the door on the night. See you

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