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New paintings by Anthony Garratt

wood carvings by David West

furniture by Petter Southall

26 January until Sunday 10 March 2019

Three artists who respond to tidal or transient water within the landscape in different but complementary ways.

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Light and Flood by Anthony Garratt 


The Great Heath: Brian Graham

16 March – 6 May

A magnificent new body of work by the eminent painter Brian Graham exploring the great heath of memory, imagination, literature and music in paintings that hover between abstraction and the figurative. Inspired by Thomas Hardy’s Egdon Heath from The Return of the Native, a semi-fictional area of wilderness between Dorchester, Wareham and Poole, the paintings revisit places where Brian Graham spent a great deal of time as a child. Please let us know if you would like an email when the paintings are available to view online or an invitation to the opening. More 

Brian Graham A Stunted Thorn Stands Here and There II

evening events


Poet Fiona Moore joins Pam Zinnemann-Hope with guitarist Stephen Kenyon

Friday 22 March 8pm

Tickets: £12 or £30 with delicious dinner from 6.30pm

Fiona Moore’s remarkable debut collection, The Distal Point (HappenStance 2018), confronts personal loss and irretrievable environmental change with creativity, humour and intelligence. It was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation for Autumn 2018 and has been shortlisted for the 2019 T S Eliot Prize. Fiona Moore will present her work alongside our anchor-poet Pam Hope and the hugely accomplished guitarist Stephen Kenyon. More…

Fiona Moore photo: Naomi Woddis


Alan Barnes (sax and clarinet)

David Newton (piano)

Ian Smith (trumpet)

Saturday 30 March 8pm

Tickets: £18 or £36 with dinner from 6.30pm

Phenomenal jazz musicians playing classics from the history of jazz in superb style with plenty of banter, anecdotes and laughter. More…

Geoffrey Chaucer Life and work

Talk with readings by Graham Fawcett

Wednesday 3 April 7.30pm Tickets £12.50 or £30 with dinner from 5.30pm


Three Cane Whale

Saturday 27 April, 8pm. Tickets: £15 or £33 with dinner from 6.30pm.

Highly acclaimed multi-instrumental acoustic trio featuring member sos Spiro, Get the Blessing and Scottish Dance Theatre, whose spare, intricate compositions combine ancient folk with modern classical ideas.

Three Cane Whale

John Etheridge and Vimala 

Saturday 4 May 6.30pm, music from 8pm

Tickets: £18 or £36 with dinner

Phone 01308 459511 to book now.

Two of the finest musicians you are ever likely to hear, John Etheridge and Vimala Rowe bring out the brilliant best in each other. They have been working together for number of years after John invited Vimala on stage at a solo gig and was enthralled by her passionate, soulful, utterly committed singing. Read more and listen…

Philippa Mo, solo violin

Partita, Fantasia, Caprice VI

Saturday 8 June 6.30 pm

Tickets: £15 concert only. Dinner to follow at £18 a head.

The grand finale of internationally acclaimed British violinist Philippa Mo’s series of six concerts comprising the complete works for solo violin by JS Bach alongside the complete Fantasias by Telemann with other baroque and contemporary dances and fantasias. Concert VI will include Bach’s great Sonata No. 3 in C Major. Tickets are available now. Please call 01308 459511 to book. Read more…

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