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What's on in October 2018       Festival of Remembrance ~ Quiz ~ Auction ~ 'Boycie' - Actor John Challis
 

 

 

THURSDAY 4 OCTOBER
 

MUSIC: BLAIR DUNLOP

According to MOJO magazine “Dunlop is an adept guitarist whose epic songwriting instincts prevail on a personal-political fourth album”. The son of Ashley Hutchings plays as part of a new UK tour. With support from Jack Carty.  £9.50 advance / £12 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends  Bar opens 6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M. www.marinetheatre.com

 


 

Friday 5th

Tom Robinson The 70s singer, 6Music DJ, and activist will play the classic album Power In The Darkness at The Marine Theatre, alongside other hits.  As a radio broadcaster Tom hosts three shows a week on BBC Radio 6 Music, is a member of the Ivor Novello Awards committee and in 2016 was awarded a fellowship of LIPA to recognition his support for new music artists through BBC Introducing.
To mark the 40th anniversary of 2-4-6-8 Motorway, Tom pays tribute to the original Tom  by performing his entire Power In The Darkness album with a classic four-piece lineup. His incendiary live quartet features Faithless drummer Andy Treacey, Richard Ashcroft guitarist Adam Phillips and keyboard virtuoso Jim Simmons plus Tom himself on bass and lead vocals. 
MUSIC: Tom Robinson  £20 advance, £19 advance Theatre Friends, £23 on the door  Doors 7:30 P.M., starts 8 P.M. 
 www.marinetheatre.com
 


SATURDAY 6 OCTOBER
 

INDONESIA EARTHQUAKE APPEAL

The Rotary Club of Lyme Regis will be making a collection on Saturday 6th October in Broad Street, Lyme Regis 10am till 4pm and in Charmouth (outside Morgans) from 8am till 1pm.

PLEASE HELP US TO HELP THESE DESPERATELY UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST EVERYTHING.

PROCEEDS TO SHELTERBOX AND WATER SURVIVAL BOX, THE SOUTH WEST'S OWN DISASTER RELIEF CHARITIES

 

 

 

 

 

 

THEATRE:  A PURE WOMAN

Based on Christopher Nicholson’s novel Winter, this play tells the story of Thomas Hardy’s affair with Gertrude Bugler and the jealousy it inspired in his second wife, Florence. Praise for the book: ‘Absolutely first rate’  ~ New York Review of Books  £12 advance / £14.50 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  Bar opens 6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

Sunday 7th October
 

Beach Clean
Meet 9.30am at the Lifeboat Station, wear sensible footwear and gloves.   Organised by Sea Shepherd UK www.seashepherd.org.uk


Harvest Home Auction 
in aid of Lyme Regis Christmas Lights. at the Nags Head Inn, Silver Street, Lyme Regis from 4.00pm


 

MONDAY 8 OCTOBER
 

SCREENING:  MET OPERA: AIDA

Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko makes her Met role debut as the lead in this thirtieth-anniversary revival of Sonja Frisell’s production. ‘Certainly there is no lack of grandeur’ ~ The New York Times  £15 adult  / £10 under 18s advance and on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends  The on the door price is exclusive to Met Opera screenings  Bar opens 4:55 P.M., starts 5:55 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

Tuesday October 9th 

The Eden Project
COACH TRIP 7.45am  An indoor rainforest, the Mediterranean Biome, and huge outdoor gardens. £25 includes admission. Bookings: Gill Williams 01297 444927 or 34733  Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society


SCREENING:  THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

A ‘brilliantly funny’ (★★★★ Times) and ‘charming’ (★★★★ Evening Standard) new production of one of the funniest plays in English will be broadcast live to the Marine from the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End.  £12 advance / £14.50 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.   Bar opens 6:15 P.M., starts 7:15 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

COMPOSTABLES:   Are they the answer for a plastic-free world?

TURN LYME GREEN MEETING: Mark Foxhall will talk about compostables as alternatives to single-use plastics. While we strive to find ways around our plastic addiction, biodegradables may seem an obvious choice. But on closer investigation, they too may have a negative impact on our environment.  All are welcome to this presentation and discussion.  www.turnlymegreen.co.uk       www.plasticfreelyme.uk  7.15 for 7.30pm  Royal Lion Hotel,  Blue Room  Broad Street, Lyme Regis
 

Wednesday 10th

Lyme Lunches
Nutritious, good value lunch, aimed at over 50's. 2 courses plus tea or coffee £6 The Pine Hall, Baptist Church, Broad Street.  2nd Wednesday of month. Organised by Lyme Forward.  Bookings: Penny Black café (behind the Post Office)
 

THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER

CINEMA & TALK:  BLUE HEART ~ THE FIGHT FOR EUROPE’S LAST WILD RIVERS

This is a screening of a celebrated film about Europe’s last wild rivers, followed by a panel discussion in association with the University of Exeter, National Trust, and South West Water. Chaired by Dr Kater Baker of University of Exeter  £5 advance / £7 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  Bar opens 6 P.M., starts 7 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com
 

 

Friday 12th October
 
Coffee morning
The Heritage Coast branch of the U3A is holding a coffee morning for existing and potential new members on Friday 12th October at 10.00am at the Woodmead Halls in Lyme Regis.
A happy social occasion, this offers members and not-yet-members the chance to learn more of the leisure and educational opportunities that are available with membership of your local U3A. You can come to chat, and talk to representatives of the many activity groups. You can join new groups or even consider starting your own. The committee members and plenty of group leaders will be there. At 10.00 there's a special welcome for new(ish) members – those who have joined in the last 12 to 18 months – with cake not available to other members ...  U3A coffee mornings are always enjoyable and interesting – and there's no charge for the coffee!  Organised by U3A Heritage Coast Lyme Regis. Lyme Regis U3A

 
ROTARY ANNUAL QUIZ NIGHT.
Question Master Jim has some Tricky Teasers to Baffle your Brains so get your teams organised asap to avoid disappointment. If you don't have a team buy your tickets and come along anyway, we will soon fix you up and you will make new friends, they might even help you win!!!!

Yes, its time for our annual Quiz Night. This year we are seeking to raise funds to help rebuild Shree Saraswoti School in Nepal which was destroyed by the 2015 earthquakes. Over £53000 has already been raised, we want to help get it closer to the target of £64,000.
UPLYME VILLAGE HALL,  AT 7.30pm £8.00 pp. to include a Ploughman's and there will be a bar. Tickets
 (limited) from  SERENDIP BOOKSHOP, BROAD STREET, Lyme Regis,  Jim Moseley 443170 mose8351@gmail.com   or from David Bettes in Charmouth 01297 560867 david.bettes@btinternet.com

Wednesday 17th

Meet and Remember - A memory café for Lyme Regis, Uplyme and Charmouth Supportive, friendly environment for those experiencing memory loss or who have recently been diagnosed with dementia and the friends/relatives/carers who support them. 2 - 3.30pm Lyme Regis Football Club Pavilion 3rd Wednesday of the month, contact 07704902604   lymememory@gmail.com  or just come along.  LymeForward

TALK:  SEA WHAT’S THERE

Come and listen to four inspirational people who are turning the tide on the way we treat our oceans. The evening features cameraman David Jones, whose work includes the award winning documentary film A Plastic Ocean, and explorer William Thomson.

Using film and presentations, an opportunity to share the experiences of our inspiring speakers who have travelled the oceans and have a love for our seas and first hand knowledge of the threats faced. 

DAVID JONES - the founder of Just One Ocean, an environmentalist, media diving specialist, cameraman and ocean plastic consultant. David has worked with David Attenborough, Bear Grylls and Ben Fogle. His work includes the award winning documentary film A Plastic Ocean and for the BBC.

WILLIAM THOMPSON - an explorer, paddle boarder, graphic artist, mapmaker, and author of The Book of Tides, The World of Tides and Tide Walker. William has featured in The Daily Telegraph, on the BBC, and in The Scotsman.

MORVEN ROBERTSON- a UK Project Manager at Lyme Bay Fisheries and Conservation Reserve facilitated by the Blue Marine Foundation. Morven works with locals, fisherman, and organisations caring for the sea.

ANNE BAKER - Scientist, Educator and Ocean Advocate. In 2014, with other scientists, Anne took part in eXXpedition gaining first hand observation of the significant challenge of ocean plastic pollution seen whilst sailing across the Atlantic and around the British Coast. She developed an in-depth understanding of the impact of plastic on our planet, the oceans, and our health.  She gave such an inspiring talk at Eva Fahle Clout’s art exhibition in June and we are pleased she returns to Lyme for this evening.    £10 advance / £12 on the door. Concessions: Theatre Friends, and under 26s £8  Bar opens 6 P.M., starts 7 P.M.   www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER

CINEMA:  THE HAPPY PRINCE

‘Directed by and starring Everett, this poignant dramatisation of Wilde’s final years in exile is a powerful parable of passion and redemption’ ~ The Guardian.  Certificate 15. Duration 105 minutes.  £5 advance / £6.50 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  Bar opens 6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com
 

FRIDAY 19 OCTOBER

  Half Term 

 

 

 

 

MUSIC:  JON PLEASED WIMMIN

This is a night of house classics, Nu Disco, and Electro from the Cream and Ministry of Sound DJ who rose to fame in the 1990s with his flamboyant cross dressing and stylish presence.   Support from DJ Jonny Slut  £7 advance / £10 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends  Bar opens and starts 8 P.M.   www.marinetheatre.com

 

SATURDAY 20 OCTOBER

 

SCREENING:  MET OPERA: SAMSON ET DALILA

Blessed with immense physical strength, Hebrew leader Samson is sworn to defend his people. Soprano Elīna Garanča and tenor Roberto Alagna sing the title roles, with Sir Mark Elder conducting.  £15 adult  / £10 under 18s advance and on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends  The on the door price is exclusive to Met Opera screenings  Bar opens 4:55 P.M., starts 5:55 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com



MONDAY 22 OCTOBER

MUSIC:  MARTIN CARTHY  

For more than 50 years he has been one of folk music’s greatest innovators and according to Q Magazine ‘Arguably the greatest English folk song performer, writer, collector and editor of them all’.  £14 advance / £16.50 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends  Bar opens 6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

TUESDAY 23 OCTOBER 
 

CINEMA:  INCREDIBLES 2

A half-term special: everyone’s favourite family of superheroes is back in “Incredibles 2” – but this time Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is in the spotlight.  £3 children / £4 adults advance, £4.50 children / £5.50 adults on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  Bar opens 1 P.M., starts 2 P.M.  Duration: 118 minutes  www.marinetheatre.com

 

TUESDAY 23 OCTOBER

 

MUSIC:  SAMANTHA WRIGHT QUINTET AND BELA HORVATH TRIO

Two talented young acts play as part of the Jazz Promotion Network’s Emerging Talent scheme. ‘Samantha Wright: a name to watch’ ~ Jazzwise magazine  £8 advance / £10 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  Bar opens 6.30 P.M., starts 7.30 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

Wednesday October 24th

TALK ‘Japanese Gardens’
by Nick Wray, curator of the Bristol Botanic Gardens – a unique garden style far removed from our western tastes. Nick looks at the history and evolution of Japanese gardens
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7.30pm Uplyme Village Hall Uplyme and Lyme Regis Horticultural Society
 

TALK:  ONLY FOOLS AND BOYCIE

This is a humorous evening with the actor John Challis, who famously played Boycie, sharing stories from the set of Only Fools and Horses, alongside anecdotes about friends such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and George Best. £17 advance / £19 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends Bar opens 7 P.M., starts 8 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

THURSDAY 25 OCTOBER

 

World War I talk
The events which led to the end of the First World War will be re-told by a military expert in a talk in Lyme Regis.  Chris Copson, curator of The Keep Military Museum in Dorchester will look back at 1918, the last year of the Great War.
Chris will speak about Kaiserschlacht, the 1918 Spring Offensive, and the resulting Hundred Days Offensive by the Allies at Amiens, which eventually led to Armistice.  Kaiserschlacht was a series of German attacks along the Western Front, beginning on 21 March 1918, which marked the deepest advances made by either side since 1914.
The Hundred Days Offensive began with the Battle of Amiens on the Western Front, when the Allies pushed central powers back after their gains from the Spring Offensive.  The story is told with reference to the soldiers of the Devonshire and Dorset Regiments, their achievements, and the strange coincidence of the Dorset’s 6th Battalion ending the war in the Foret de Mormal, a short distance from where the 1st battalion had fired their first shots in 1914.
The talk is being organised by Lyme Regis Town Council and is part of the programme of events being held in Lyme Regis this year to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War. 3.30pm in the Guildhall.

 

THEATRE:  ESCAPING THE STORM

Dr Marie Stopes forever transformed how we think about sex; this play explores her time at her rugged Island retreat at Portland.  £11 concession /  £13 standard / £5 schools advance, £13 concession / £15 standard / £5 schools on the door  10% off for Theatre Friends Includes £1 Restoration Levy Bar opens 6:30 P.M., starts 7:30 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com



FRIDAY 26 OCTOBER

Coffee Morning & Cake Stall
Organised by Cancer Research UK Lyme Regis.  Entrance is £2 to include coffee and biscuits. Please support this event at the Baptist Church Hall, 10am  to 12 noon.  Any donation of cakes will be greatly appreciated.

 

COMEDY:  LYME REGIS COMEDY CLUB WITH DANNY POSTHILL

Our regular comedy club welcomes a 'man of many voices', who is a star of Britain's Got Talent with former English Comedian of the Year Jack Campbell and Matt Price to open.

‘What a talented comedian’ ~ Tim Vine.  £8 advance / £10 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  Bar opens 7 P.M., starts 8 P.M.  Ages 16 and over  www.marinetheatre.com

 

Saturday 27th  British Summer Time  ends overnight (2am Sunday becomes 1am): Time to turn your clocks back

 

CHILDREN’S THEATRE:  LILY AND THE ALBATROSS

Far out in the wild and remote ocean is a small family on an old fishing boat: a tale of wild weather, wild birds and wild ambitions for ages 5+   £6 children, £4 siblings, £7 adults advance / £8 children, £5.50 siblings, £9 adults on the door 10% off for Theatre Friends

Bar opens 1 P.M., starts 2 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

MUSIC:  BEAT SAFARI DAY OF THE DEAD

Bienvenidos Señores! Time to don your skulls and sombreros to celebrate the Day of the Dead with our Mexican inspired evening of music and dancing, presented by the DJs of Beat Safari.   £5 advance / £7 on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  Bar opens and starts 8 P.M.  Ages 16+  www.marinetheatre.com



Sunday 28th   Have you changed ALL your clocks?  It may be earlier than you think!

 

 

MUSIC:  CHILDREN LOVE DISCO

This is a Half-Term Halloween Special of our hugely popular daytime party for parents and their children (0-10 years), with a real DJ, craft activities, and face-painting for the little ones, whilst adults socialise and have a drink.  £3 children / £2 adults advance and on the door. 10% off for Theatre Friends.  1:30 P.M. ~ 3:30 P.M.  www.marinetheatre.com

 

MUSIC:  SUNDAY SESSIONS:  Paul McCartney’s Guitarist Performs a Free Concert in Lyme Regis

They say that you don’t get much for free in life, but the Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis has announced that three seasoned musicians are performing in a complimentary concert. The event features Robbie McIntosh the guitarist from the Pretenders and Paul McCartney’s band, alongside popular local performers Steve Wilson and Jess Upton.

Robbie McIntosh has quietly accumulated a CV which beggars belief, supplying his peerless guitar work for artistes including Tom Jones, Norah Jones and John Mayer.

This is a special in a series of events called the Sunday Sessions - a relaxed afternoon event with the best in local musical talent, local drinks, and Sunday papers, hosted by a headline act.

Jess, Robbie and Steve will be performing some of their collective favourite songs in the intimate setting of the Marine. Expect harmonies, floor-lifting guitar breaks and a welcoming ambience of genuine community spirit.

Steve Wilson has become one of the most well-loved musicians in the South West as the bassist with The Little Green Men and The Guilty Pleasures, besides fronting his own band, Wilson.

Jess Upton has established a gilt-edged reputation with her renowned Soul Band, and a guilt-edged reputation with esteemed local band The Guilty Pleasures.  Free entry, no tickets (donations to musicians gratefully received).  Bar opens and starts at 5 P.M.   www.marinetheatre.com

 

A Festival of Remembrance
THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION  LYME REGIS BRANCH Invites you to share in a A Festival of Remembrance to honour all those brave Lyme Regis, Uplyme and  Charmouth service personnel who made the ultimate sacrifice 100 years ago.
Come and enjoy a selection of music played by Lyme Regis Town Band, B Sharp, Harbour Voices, listen to poems, a presentation about the RBL Grand Pilgrimage and enjoy some Scottish military Pipe Music.  The evening will Conclude with a poignant Drum Head Ceremony  Tickets priced £8 available from Serendip Bookshop, The Tourist Information Centre & on the door.   7:00 PM for 7:30 PM start   Woodmead Halls, Lyme Regis

 

 

MONDAY 29 OCTOBER
 

 

 

SCREENING:  MET OPERA: LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST

Set in the Gold Rush of 1849, La Fanciulla del West combines the action of a great adventure with the emotional punch of Italian opera. Soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek sings the role of the gunslinging heroine, alongside Jonas Kaufmann as the outlaw who steals her heart. £10 under 18s / £15 adults advance and on the door  10% off for Theatre Friends  The on the door price is exclusive to Met Opera screenings  Bar opens 4:55 P.M., starts 5:55 P.M.  Running time 240 minutes  www.marinetheatre.com

 

 

Tuesday 30th

'WW2 Airfields in Devon'
by the SW Airfields Heritage Trust.
  The Lyme Regis Society
. 2.30pm - 4pm Woodmead Halls.  Free to Members, visitors £3 Including refreshments.

 

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 Residents car parking permits available from  see top right

 


Winter Parking Permits

 Free parking in Cabanya and Woodmead car parks  for  Lyme Regis Residents.

Residents car parking permits available

FREE Lyme Regis residents' parking permits are available from the town council offices now

To obtain your permit, you will need proof of residency in the form of a household bill and your DVLA V5 document, both showing your Lyme Regis address.

The permit provides residents with free winter parking (from November) in Woodmead, Cabanya and Monmouth Beach car parks

Free shoppers' parking is also available all-year-round at Woodmead car park with this permit, between 8am and 10.30am, and again from 4pm to 6pm.


What's On at the Galleries
October 2018


MAKING A MARK

28 September – 10 October

The Town Mill Studio Artists--Jules Critchinson, Hilary Highet, Rachel Hudson, Elizabeth Richie, Kathie Scott, Sue Warren and Libby Washington-- exhibit some of their recent work with a particular emphasis on the creative process, by using mark making, research and experimentation, thus focusing on the development of their individual creative expression.

 The Malthouse Gallery, The Town Mill, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU.  Open daily 10.30-4.30. Free admission. www.townmillarts.co.uk
 

THE FACES OF THE BOAT BUILDING ACADEMY
28 September – 10 October

Lyme Regis resident Maria Barbashina will be exhibiting some of her colourful portraits of staff members of Lyme’s renowned Boat Building Academy and alongside will be pieces of woodwork, furniture, a ukulele and even whole boats made by staff and students of the Academy.

The Courtyard Gallery, The Town Mill, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU.  Open daily 10.30-4.30.  Free admission. www.townmillarts.co.uk
 

 

REALISM TO ABSTRACTION
12-31 October

In her latest work Lyme Regis artist Christine Allison continues to draw inspiration from the natural world but renders her paintings in two very different ways, one realistic; the other abstracted.  She portrays the bonds between domestic animals and their humans in realistic, sensitive and perceptive portraits in oil paint. In contrast, inspired by her garden, she creates curious, colourful, abstracted oil paintings, some tiny, some large, which at times resemble richly embroidered textiles or perhaps crazy dreams. 

The Malthouse Gallery, The Town Mill, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU.  Open daily 10.30-4.30. Free admission. www.townmillarts.co.uk

A BRUSH WITH IMAGINATION
18-31 October

A solo exhibition of paintings and prints by Peter Coates featuring landscapes, seascapes, humour, mystery and intrigue all in beautiful colour. ‘I never stand still and like to explore new ideas so in this exhibition there are new themes that invite you to look closer, be curious, be surprised, to read in what you will … and smile!’ 

 The Courtyard Gallery, Town Mill, Mill Lane, Lyme Regis DT7 3PU. Open daily 10.30am – 4.30pm. Free admission. www.townmillarts.co.uk
 

Drama classes at The Hub
 Fridays 4pm-6pm.
 
Georgina the Principal of the school says that “nothing is more rewarding than to have a child start my classes as a very shy person who has little confidence, and even after one term, is able to speak more confidently and feel a sense of achievement”.  The Hub is a brilliant venue with lots of space for young people to express themselves. 
 Book a free trial session with Georgina by going to  http://www.helenogrady.co.uk
or phone 01308423591.

Country and Modern Line Dance Group

Tuesdays 2 - 3.30pm.  the village Hall, Wesley Close, Charmouth.  Small donation to cover Hall hire fees.

Contact Andrea 01297 561083 for more information

Guided Walks and Tours

Liz Jones Memorial Walks

Liz Jones loved walking and sourced over seventy circular walks in the area. For several years she and her husband David led the U3A Walking Group and after she died in April 2013 members of this group decided to make some of her walks available to a wider audience as a tribute.

The Group would like to thank David Jones for his leadership and all his support for this project - re-walking each route and checking our efforts. Our thanks also go to Susie Gamble for creating the model for the walk maps, Sue Wilson for her layouts and technical expertise and Maurice Liddiard for coordinating the project. Click here for more info
 

FOSSIL HUNTING WALKS

Get Fossilling on the Jurassic Coast! Join one of Lyme Regis Museum’s famous fossil walks along this historic stretch of Dorset coast with Geologist Paddy Howe and Marine Biologist Chris Andrew. Some families return time and again to search with Paddy and Chris among the sand and rocks for fossils that have been washed down onto the beach after 190 million years. For adults and children alike, it’s an unforgettable experience.

Enchanted Floodlight Gardens

Candle-lit  pathways through enchanted glades, magical lighting

Christmas Shopping and great food
 

Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens 01305 871130


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