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Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Bournemouth This Year

There’s always something exciting happening in the Bournemouth area, and Valentine’s Day is certainly no different! Whether love is in the air or you...

February 2020 Greatest Picks

What's happening in Bournemouth this February? As we finally wave goodbye to January, (something I think most of us will be doing with quite some...

End of Dry January 2020 Events in Poole and Bournemouth

If you are among the many (or the few) that committed to Dry January this year and made it all 31 days, you might be looking to celebrate. Luckily, some places in Bournemouth and Poole thought ahead and are bringing the deals and parties to you. So we scoured our favourite places to find you the best End of Dry January events...

Coastal Comedy Presents: Lost Voice Guy

2020 sees a Britain's Got Talent winner headline the stage of our favourite local comedy club, Coastal Comedy... The Colossal Show by Coastal Comedy hits...

5 More Places to Celebrate NYE 2019 in Bournemouth

Now Christmas is over and done with, we only have one major celebration left for the year. New Year's Eve, of course! You may remember a few days ago, we offered a few suggestions for where to celebrate NYE in Bournemouth. Narrowing that down to a list of five options was so hard, so we kept a further five on the back burner for a second article...

5 Places to Enjoy New Year’s Eve in Bournemouth This Year

Less than a fortnight to go! Where are you headed for New Year's Eve this year? Maybe one of our Bournemouth suggestions...? If your answer...

What’s On: South Coast Music Network Christmas Special 2019

Our friends at Absolute Music have a little invitation for you. Especially if you're involved in the music industry in some way. And that's because tonight, they are hosting the South Coast Music Network 2019 Christmas Special...

What’s On: A Taste of Christmas, from SALT Cø

Stuck for a venue for your Christmas meal this year? We may have something for you, courtesy of a pop-up from local private chef...

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