A religious festival returns to campus with rainbows of colour
Between 21 and 23 February, Poole is to become host to series of light installations.
Following the previous editions of the Christmas Market, Bournemouth Borough Council bets again on this initiative, cheering up the city from November 16 and set to transform it until January 2.
We started nativ because there was a need to recreate the impression that people had about Africa.Native was built to promote the African culture, to sell who we are to the world and present ourselves globally in positive light.
The festival is an annual reminder of the connection of the Shelley family to Bournemouth and to celebrate Mary Shelley’s legacy.
On October 6th 2018, the 8th annual Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival saw the night parade Circus Folly take to the streets, helped by 10 young circus performers from Bournemouth University.