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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...

Foreverland Tour is Landing in Bournemouth

Get ready for an event full of confetti cannons, immersive entertainers and walkabout characters. Foreverland returns to Bournemouth this November to throw you into a colourful and curious world. That is, a world filled with psychedelic carnival decor. And, above all, hours of the best house, garage and drum and bass music...

Top 5 Bournemouth Drag Acts You Should Be Watching

Bournemouth has one of the most varied up-and-coming drag scenes in the UK. DYMK, the Triangle-based LBGTQ+ bar, has become the hub for local talent, internationally-renowned queens and world-class cabaret performers. Their monthly lip-sync competitions and regular drag events have attracted some of Dorset’s most creative and inspiring performers, who regularly showcase their talents...

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