These special, one-off events occur on specific dates.
St Stephens RoadBournemouth
The annual District Meeting for the church follows Mothering Sunday Mass.
Boldre parish church organist. Includes big screen view of performer.Free admission. Coffee from 10.30am.
Procession and Solemn Mass one the first day of Holy Week.
First of three weekday Masses
Second of three weekday Masses
Third weekday Mass in Holy Week
Beginning of Triduum; tonight's service followed by Gethsemane watch until 10pm.
Second part of Triduum
Lighting of fire, readings, litany, renewal of baptismal promises and first Mass of Easter
The Easter Day celebration with return of drinks afterwards following Lenten observance
Classic jazz and dance tunes from 1900 to 1940. Opening event of May Music Festival. £10.
James Lancelot, Canon Organist Emeritus of Durham Cathedral. (Sponsored by Bournemouth association of Organists.) £7.
Opening of May Music Festival 2019. Setting: Missa Brevis 'Sancti Pauli' (Anthony Caesar). Anthem: Festival Commission by Michael Higgins.
Chichester Cathedral Choir
Carlton Etherington, Organist & Director of Music at Tewkesbury Abbey. A May Music Festival event. £10.
On Sunday of Festival weekend. Setting: Missa Brevis in C K258 (Mozart) (Spaur Mass).
Festival Singers, Durlston Court School Choir & Festival Orchestra present Magnificat ((Pergolesi) and Te Deum (andrew Carter). £12.
The Whitchurch Ensemble: clarinet, cello & piano. £7.
On Monday of Festival weekend. Sung by St Paul's Covent Garden Choir.
An evening of music by Vivaldi and his Venetian contemporaries: including Vivaldi's Gloria. £10.
Organist and Master of the Choristers at Portsmouth Cathedral. Includes big screen view of performer.Free admission. Coffee from 10.30am.
Composer and organist. Includes big screen view of performer.Free admission. Coffee from 10.30am.