Upcoming Events

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Saturday 25th January

The Inflatable Museum

from Dorset County Museum

Village Hall, Cowleaze Road, 11am – 3pm
Free entry
An event for all the family

With the County Museum in Dorchester closed for refurbishment a magnificent inflatable version will be set up in the village hall.

Come along to hear about the refurbishment going on in town.

Learn about and handle amazing objects from the Museum’s extensive collection including Archæology, Natural History, Social History and Fossils.

With children’s trails and ‘Make and Create’ workshops inspired by the Museum’s collections, why not come along?






Saturday 31st January

Gonzo Moose present
“Once Upon a Time”

A show for all the family – bursting with physical comedy, absurd jokes and magical illusion.
“Thrilled and delighted an audience of all ages. Outstanding visual comedy”

It was cold. It was dark. It was almost certainly snowing…
Brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm are about to publish the final volume of what will become the greatest ever collection of fairy tales. But on the eve of their greatest triumph, a shadowy figure from their past lets it be known he intends to collect an old debt.

Now their sister Lotte has to travel deep into the Fairy Tale Kingdom and confront a great evil in order to save her beloved older brothers.

Is our heroine in grave danger? Yes.

From what? Lot’s of things.

Will she make it back alive? We can’t tell you.

Having previously thrilled Artsreach audiences with their hit show The Thing That Came From Over There, Gonzo Moose are back with a brand new fairy tale adventure, bursting with physical comedy, absurd jokes and magical illusion.

“Thrilled and delighted an audience of all ages. Outstanding visual comedy” Oxford Times

Bar Available    Doors open 7:00pm for 7:30

Tickets on the door or from Tim Clayton 07443 659912 or Corner House Stores, Broadmayne – £10 (£25 family 2+2)

Saturday 8th February

Farmhouse Breakfast

St Martin’s Community Hall

Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd February


Broadmayne Players present their annual pantomime
“Little Bo-Peep”




Thursday 26th March


“The Hiding Place” – Oddments Theatre


The true story of Corrie ten Boom and her family’s struggle to save the Jews from the Nazis and how their faith became light in the darkest places. The inspirational story of a devoted Christian family who felt they could not just watch the devastating circumstances of the Jews, and set out on an incredible rescue mission putting Corrie and her family at great risk.


Broadmayne Village Hall, Cowleaze Road
19:00 for 19:30

Tickets £11 purchased in advance / £13 reserved or purchased on the door,
from Cornerhouse Stores, Main Street, Broadmayne,
or Tim Clayton on 07443 659912


Saturday 30th May


Kyle Carey – Gaelic Americana

Kyle makes a unique fusion of Appalachian and Celtic music she likes to call ‘Gaelic Americana’. Having learned Scottish Gaelic to the point of fluency, her music is an expression and exploration of the deep connection between Appalachian and Celtic traditions. Many critics have likened her to being a mix of
Loreena McKennitt and Alison Krauss.

Further details to be announced.