John Newcombe has been showing films since 1952 – and at 82 years young he’s still going strong, working regular shifts at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts. Could he be Britain’s oldest working cinema projectionist?
Marilyn Barber reviews Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers, a gripping story of fraternal twins, separated as babies, who subsequently meet up not knowing they are brothers
An exclusive preview performance of Feral – a new drama by award-winning playwright John Foster – will take place at Upton Country Park on Sunday 17 June at 7pm as part of the Bournemouth University’s ‘Festival of Learning’.
Lighthouse Poole, Monday 29 February 2016 Review by Liz Turner
I’m now proud to be a member of a very exclusive club – even though there must be many hundreds and thousands of other members. I know ‘who did it’ in The Mousetrap.