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A joining of cultures from the monastic music and dance of Tibet, to the primordial sounds of Oceania.
Ancient instruments from Australia and New Zealand converge with the prayers and music of the high Himalayas in a unique evening in the Great Hall of Highcliffe Castle.
Sika’s collection of instruments includes Maori Taonga Puoro (singing treasures) interwoven with drum, didgeridoo and the sounds of nature, while the Tibetan monks draw on their Tantric Buddhist culture with the use of skull drums, leg-bone trumpets and the great Dung-Chen or long horns of the monastic tradition.
Join us in a collaboration of sounds that encompasses the world of earth wisdom and mystery. The evening will comprise of Sika playing solo, the monks presenting a programme of music and masked dance, followed by a unique grand finale with the full ensemble.
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£13.50/£12.50 Season Tickets
Being so close to the spirit world was not rare in Dan’s family as he comes from generations of natural psychic mediums. Dan prides himself on his mediumship and also being a normal working man’s son with a great gift but most importantly a great heart. Now known as one of the UK’s most accurate and popular mediums he’s renowned for his unique style of mediumship which he fills people with laughter, compassion and love.
Held in our beautiful Great Hall inside Highcliffe Castle
An original show for children and young families
In this original theatrical show for produced for children and young families, we invite you to join Alice Quatermain as she recounts several of her daring escapades from the Edwardian era. Be thrilled as you encounter marauding monsters, deadly dinosaurs and fiendish fauna!
Suzy Celensu appears in this one-woman show. The high-energy steampunk yarn is written by Jonathan Goodwin, and directed by Gary Archer.
Time: 10:30 - 16:00
Food and drink. Art & textiles. Gifts & treats. Festive music.
Quantum Theatre bring a second performance of their stunning production of The Snow Queen to Highcliffe Castle on December 1st at 5pm.
Michael Whitmore’s delightful adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s magical tale conjures up a captivating mix of fantasy, fable and love triumphing over evil in this ever popular Christmas favourite.
Quantum will bring their lively brand of comedy, music and magic to this timeless classic. The production follows the story of a young girl called Gerda and her search for her best friend Kay who is put under a spell by the Snow Queen and whisked away to her icy palace
Tickets: Adult £10
Child (4 and over) £5.00
Children under 4 are free
Family (2 adults +2 Children) £26.00
Tickets £13.50/£12.50 Season Tickets
A Wreath of Festive Frights is the follow-up to our hugely successful show, Ghost Stories for Christmas. Join resting actor Alfred St John Merrimoon once again, as he regales his audience with more unsettling tales of seasonal spooks, winter wraiths and Christmastime horrors. Huddle closer to the fireplace and keep away from the shadows, for who knows what might be lurking just out of sight? An amusingly chilling way to see in this special time of year!
Jonathan Goodwin writes and performs in this original show. The play is co-directed by Goodwin and Gary Archer.
£12.50 or £13.50 Season Tickets
A light-hearted look at Victorian society as seen through the eyes of Charles Dickens and recreated by Barry North in a spellbinding performance.
Performed in our majestic Great Hall surrounded by beautiful candelabras, this is not one to miss!
Doors open 7:00pm for a 7:30pm start
Tickets £13.50 / Season ticker holders £12.50
Licensed bar from 6:30pm.
Back for the 10th year. The Swing Unlimited Christmas concerts in the Great Hall have been such a sell-out success we have extended to three nights!
Featuring Swing Unlimited’s own great arrangements of songs and tune for the season.
Classical choir La Nova Singers are bringing their sparkle to Highcliffe Castle – in a glorious celebration of everything Christmas!
Tickets £13.50 / £12.50 Season ticket holders
For one night only, classical choir La Nova Singers are bringing their sparkle to Highcliffe Castle – in a glorious celebration of everything Christmas! Expect soaring voices, lush harmonies and heart-warming festive classics, with a few surprises along the way. The classically-trained singers have been bringing spectacular concerts to Highcliffe since 2006 and have also been heard on BBC Radio 3. Book early to secure your seat, as this event always sells out!
A sensational selection of Musical Theatre and Christmas Songs performed by BMT ( Bournemouth Musical Theatre) over 2 nights.
Bournemouth Musical Theatre Productions (BMT) is a fresh, dynamic organisation rooted in a love for musical theatre.
Join us at Highcliffe Castle for a sensational selection of Musical Theatre and Christmas Songs. Amazing Harmony singing, with unique and wonderful arrangements, with true Christmas spirit!
Tickets £13.50 or £12.50 for season ticket holders
Wednesday 18th December
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Thursday 19th December
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