September 2014
Showing as part of Boscombe Fringe Festival, presented by Vita Nova

Two men claim to have known Billy the Kid personally. To have ridden the Western trail with him, participated in gunfights and survived. Unfortunately none of this is true. In an attempt to achieve notoriety by association, Albert and Baz have concocted an evening of (false) reminiscence that from the opening moment, fails to convince. Nevertheless, with music, electronica and re-enactments of moments from cowboy history, this is an evening of entertainment accessible to all.

This is a 'Pay What Itís Worth' event; so rather than ask you to pay upfront, we instead ask you to contribute the amount you felt the show was worth at the end of the performance!.

YOUR PLACE AT THIS EVENT NEEDS TO BE BOOKED THROUGH THE FRINGE USING THIS LINK
Thursday 11 September 2014 19:30
Showing as part of Boscombe Fringe Festival, presented by Vita Nova

Direct from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and performed for the first time by its writer, Bournemouth born Barney Ashton-Bullock plays age-defying polysexual "Torsten The Bareback Saint" in an archive film enriched theatrical song-cycle of musical missives from the hotspots of his memory as a semi-immortal learned sensualist. But is Torsten alive or dead; a carnal incarnate or munificent saint?

This is a 'Pay What Itís Worth' event; so rather than ask you to pay upfront, we instead ask you to contribute the amount you felt the show was worth at the end of the performance!.

YOUR PLACE AT THIS EVENT NEEDS TO BE BOOKED THROUGH THE FRINGE USING THIS LINK
Friday 12 September 2014 20:00
Arena Theatre return to the Shelley with this razor sharp play from the pen of John Hodge (Shallow Grave, Trainspotting). Moscow 1939. A dangerous place to have a sense of humour; even more so a sense of freedom. Mikhail Bulgakov, living among dissidents, stalked by secret police, has both. And then he's offered a poisoned chalice: a commission to write about Stalin to celebrate his 60th birthday. Inspired by historical fact, Collaborators embarks on a surreal journey into the fevered imagination of the writer as he loses himself in a macabre and disturbingly funny relationship with the omnipotent subject of his drama.
Thursday 18 September 2014 19:30
Friday 19 September 2014 19:30
Saturday 20 September 2014 19:30
Saturday 27th September 2014 10.30am

It's Macmillan's biggest fundraising event, where people across the UK hold a coffee morning and raise money for people living with cancer. In 2013, 154,000 people signed up, raising a record £20 million.

This year, Shelley Theatre is holding itís own coffee morning and we will be serving tea, cakes and Jam made from the Mulberry tree planted over 100 years ago by our founder Percy Florence Shelley! All you need to do is turn up, dig deep in your pockets and eat!

What's it all for?
Cancer is the toughest fight most of us will ever face. And as treatments improve, more and more people are living with cancer in their daily lives. The money we raise will help make sure no one has to face cancer alone, from the moment theyíre diagnosed, through treatment and beyond.
Saturday 27 September 2014 10:30
LAST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH 14.00 to 18.00hrs DOPPLEGANGER DIALOGUES with John Foster Working ideas into performances (Starts on 26th April) FREE - PLEASE CALL THE BOX OFFICE TO BOOK
Saturday 27 September 2014 14:00
SATURDAY 27TH ADDED AS SUNDAY 28TH NOW SOLD OUT!

Musique A Trois are an exciting new trio who have created a unique music cabaret experience. Combining powerful French chansons: Piaf, Brel, Aznavour ... with tangos, fast-paced Hot Club de France style Jazz and some fun comedy songs. Accomplished musicianship from seasoned, international performers Simon Newton (guitar and bass) and Janet Beale (accordion, sax and flute). Fabulous vocals from Anglo-Belgian singer songwriter Bethany Jameson. A class act, romance, laughs and an intensely entertaining evening! And they are all Dorset/Hants based!
Saturday 27 September 2014 19:30
Sunday 28 September 2014 20:00