1. Visual artist, Ineke Van Der Wal, presents Quartet – a new exhibition of her work at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts from Saturday until March 31.

2. Chaplins Open Mic Night on Wednesdays in Boscombe always attracts a wide range of local talent from different artistic and musical backgrounds. Runs from 9pm.

3. Star of 2016’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, Joel Dommett is at Bournemouth Pavilion at 8pm on Thursday. His show had to be rescheduled after he had to return to the jungle to host the follow-up show.

4, There will be a second chance to see Puccini’s Tosca by the Metropolitan Opera at Lighthouse’s cinema on Friday at 1.30pm

5. Top British mountaineer Andy Kirkpatrick brings his new show Psychovertical: A Higher Education to Lighthouse on Friday at 7.45pm.

6. On the same night at 8pm, BAFTA-winning comedian Iain Stirling returns to Lighthouse after a summer narrating Love Island (ITV2) for his stand up show.

7. Strictly’s favourite couple, Anton & Erin, will twirl into the Pavilion on Saturday night with their new dance show, From Broadway to Hollywood.

8. Bournemouth’s Zoe Schwarz sings Billie Holiday at the Shelley Theatre at 8pm on Saturday. Tickets £10 from 01202 413600.

9. Paul Carrack, legendary singer, songwriter and former frontman of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The Mechanics, returns to the Pavilion on Sunday evening.

10. The Bolshoi Ballet’s production of The Lady of the Camellias will be screened at Pavilion Dance South West’s theatre on Sunday at 3pm. To book, call 01202 203630 or visit pdsw.org.uk