Celebrated local artist is proud to show his interpretations of the stunning landscapes of Dorset for free viewing until December. ‘Surfaces’, a collection by Richard Allen, is now showing paintings of Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch at the Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts. The collection comprises of still-life landscapes including recent Purbeck-based scenery given Richard’s […]
Connor Tracy investigates The latest meeting between Bournemouth Athletic Club and consultants appointed by Bournemouth Borough Council took place on Monday night. Discussed was the future of King’s Park Athletic Stadium when AFC Bournemouth comes to shove. King’s Park has been home to the athletic club since the 50s and boasts excellent transport connections, certainly […]
A shocking new study suggests that 45% of young people admit to checking their phones after they have supposedly gone to sleep. Some individuals confess to checking their phones up to 10-times a night.
The breakthrough of alternative rock acts this year comes has given new life to the genre. In 2014 the future of guitar music seemed bleak as pop, indie-folk, defused R&B and house music dominated the mainstream. However, huge acts like Kasabian and the Arctic Monkeys were present to hold the forefront of rock music. Towards […]
Alternative rock and grime music seem to be thriving in 2015 in Bournemouth. Jake Adsley, a 22 year old bar worker from ‘60 Million Postcards’, says Bournemouth’s music scene is ‘up and coming’ with recent rock and alt-rock bands bringing the largest following. ’60 Million Postcards’ is a small indie music venue which also showcases […]