1. A unique adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s dark psychological fantasy, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde, which he wrote while living in Bournemouth, is at Lighthouse for two nights on Tuesday and Wednesday.

2. Purbeck: Up Close & Personal, a free exhibition by local wildlife photographer Julian Sawyer, opens at the Fine Foundation Gallery at Durlston Castle near Swanage from Tuesday until March 21.

3. Private Lives by Noël Coward is at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts from Thursday until Saturday.

4. An informal, welcoming event for anyone who enjoys dancing or listening to live music, will be held on Thursday, at 2pm at Lighthouse. Advance booking essential. Ticket includes refreshments.

5. Irish comic Dara O’Briain is at Bournemouth Pavilion for two nights from Wednesday to Thursday with his Voice of Reason tour.

6. Veteran comedian Jasper Carrott is at Lighthouse with his Stand Up & Rock tour on Friday.

7. One of Britain’s best live bands, Stereophonics, bring their tour to the BIC on Monday supported by Ten Tonnes.

8. Nerija, an all-female collective of up and coming, London-based musicians playing exciting and original music inspired by jazz is at Lighthouse on Friday at 8pm.

9. Canadian comic Katherine Ryan, is only the second British-based comedian to have a Netflix Original Comedy Special released globally after Jimmy Carr. Catch her at the BIC on Saturday night.

10. There will be free entry for mums on Mother’s Day on Sunday at Farmer Palmer’s Park (see farmerpalmers.co.uk for voucher)