1. Tomorrow night at 7.45pm is the must see show, Mr Darcy Loses the Plot. Taking place at the Lighthouse in Poole, you can expect to see some hilarious plot twists for some of Jane Austin’s most loved characters. Book tickets whilst they last at lighthousepoole.co.uk.

2. Love is in the air tomorrow night for anyone aged 30-45. Bournemouth’s Bar So will host a Speed Dating night at 7pm. This event often sees a person have up to 15 dates. Tickets are £20 and are available via slowdating.com.

3. Chaplin’s Bar in Boscombe is hosting a night of singer-songwriters and their craft tonight. This event is called Solid Air – named after the popular album by acoustic legend John Martyn. The artists plug in at 9pm and it’s free entry.

4. Micky Flanagan, An Another Fing, is the comedy star’s latest tour. With 16 dates to his tour, Micky (8 out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week, A League of their Own) is set to have audiences in stitches at Bournemouth’s BIC. Catch him Tuesday and Wednesday. Tickets £36.25 from bic.co.uk/whats-on/micky-flanagan-2017/

5. It’s been 45 years since Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour filmed Live at Pompeii at the Roman Amphitheatre. Wednesday will see a special screening of this audio-visual spectacle at The Regent Centre in Christchurch. Tickets £13 available from: regentcentre.co.uk/

6. When the clocks turn 7:30pm on Friday you’ll get the chance to hear what Jeff Llyn’s Electric Light Orchestra were like back in the day. ELO Again, one of the leading ELO tributes, will provide an “immersive and authentic” experience at Poole’s Lighthouse Theatre. Tickets available through: https://www.lighthousepoole.co.uk/

7. The infamous Boscombe Open Mic Night is back on this Wednesday – aiming to unearth the brightest musical talent from around the region. Whether you fancy getting on stage or simply watching, you can get down to Chaplin’s Bar at 9pm.

8. The National Philharmonic Orchestra and singers from the Royal Opera House join forces to bring you classic opera renditions in Magic of Opera. This Tuesday, the show shall feature the hugely popular Lesley Garrett, this night at the Bournemouth Pavillion Theatre shouldn’t be missed. Doors open at 7:30 and tickets can be purchased from: http://www.bic.co.uk/

9. For some tranquil walks and serene views why not go on a walking picnic with a guide through the New Forest. The group will meet at 11am tomorrow at Anderwood carpark. More information can be found at: www.walkingpicnics.co.uk/

10. Head over to Wallisdown in Poole for an art exhibition. Taking place throughout September, ‘Suddenly Last Summer’ is an event which features creative work from people at degree level through to postgraduates. Phone 01202 533011 for more information.