The Tivoli Theatre
- Box office 01202 885566
- Box office times Mon–Sat 10am–4pm (phone bookings until 6.30pm)
- Website www.tivoliwimborne.co.uk
Built in 1936 as a cinema and theatre, by the late 70s the Tivoli was under threat of demolition but following a long campaign to save the building it reopened in 1993. Today it continues its tradition of showing a mixture of cinema and live performance and sometimes both, with a good deal of events being event cinema screenings. It receives no Lottery or government funding and relies for its revenue entirely on its customers and supporters.
The nearest train station to Wimborne Minster is Poole, nearly eight miles away. The No 3 bus runs a regular service from Poole station to the centre of the town.
There are 8 events at this location
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Blake's incredible journey started in 2007 when four friends reunited on Facebook and quickly took the music world by storm as they blurred the lines between pop and classical singing, creating a unique sound like none before. Since then they have released three award-winning albums, travelled the globe, appeared on over…
- 103 min
- Directed by: François Girard
- Written by: Ben Ripley
- Cast: Garrett Wareing, Dustin Hoffman, Josh Lucas, Kathy Bates
- UK release: 10 July 2015
Stet (Wareing) is a rebellious 11 year old with a beautiful singing voice. When his single mother is killed, his biological father enrols him in a choir school under the stern supervision of Carvelle (Hoffman.) Girard dials down the expected sentimentality, Hoffman underplays nicely, and with fine work from Wareing and…
Chris Ramsey: All Growed Up
Upbeat anecdotes, feelgood humour and witty observations inspired by being Ramsey's realisation that he's not a kid anymore.
Dave Gorman Gets Straight to the Point (The Powerpoint)
The comedian/writer/general brainbox's new tour is centred around on his trademark powerpoint presentations, with wit and hilarity in shedloads.
Thu 5 Nov
£24 / 01202 885566
Ed Byrne: Outside, Looking In
The Dublin-stand-up and regular guest on Mock The Week returns with a new show of observational humor.
Josh Widdicombe: What Do I Do Now
A new show from Widdicombe, who has been so busy doing everything else (appearing on TV, radio and writing/starring in his own sitcom) that we're surprised he's found the time to write a whole new stand-up tour.
They said it would never happen … bubble-permed 70s pop star Leo Sayer performs his debut album Silverbird in full. We checked – it does feature one hit: 'The Show Must Go On'.