1 Gin lovers unite! The Gin To My Tonic Festival calls at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre tomorrow night (March 22) and on Saturday. The event features more than 100 different gins from across the UK and beyond. Sessions take place between 6.30pm and 11pm on Friday and Saturday and 12.30pm and 5pm on Saturday. Entry costs £13.50 per person and includes a gin explorer guide, copa gin glass, stainless steel straw and a tote bag and pen. The bar will operate on a token system with each token costing £5.

2 Fathers, sons, brothers, uncles and grandfathers along with their family members and friends will take part in the March for Men on Sunday. The event sets off from Bournemouth Pier Approach at 9.30am and participants will walk, jog or run a 1k, 5k or 10k course to help raise money for Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals who help care for 150,000 men each year. Bournemouth Male Voice Choir will also be on hand to provide musical entertainment throughout the event. To sign up, visit BHCharity.org/m4m.

3 Mike and the Mechanics bring their Looking Back Over My Shoulder Tour to the Pavilion tomorrow night (March 22)

4 A cast of 30 young people from Direct Theatre School will perform an adaption of Oscar Wilde’s The Star Child at Boscombe's Shelley Theatre on Sunday night at 7.30pm.

5 Sink your teeth into smash hit comedy Dracula: The Bloody Truth at Lighthouse on Saturday night.

6 Reggae icons The Wailers will be performing songs from Legend and many other hits at Bournemouth's 02 Academy tomorrow (Friday).

7 Join the University Music Chamber Choir and Chamber Orchestra for performances including Borodin's Symphony no.2 and Dvorak's Slavonic Dances at St Peter's Church in Hinton Road, Bournemouth, on Sunday at 7pm. Entry is free and everyone is welcome.

8 Take your little raptors along to a dinosaur festival at the Science Zone inside Boscombe's Arcade this weekend. There will be dinosaur shows, a dinosaur area with fossil digging and sieving, clay arts and more. Dressing up is encouraged. There are various time slots available and each activity costs between £2 and £3. To book, visit http://schoolworkshops.company.

9 The Little Pickles Market spring event comes to the Littledown Centre on Sunday between 10am and 12noon. There will be a range of nearly new items on sale. Entry costs £1 per adult and is free for children.

10 Join Plastic Free Seas Worldwide for a clean-up of the River Stour on Saturday between 10am and 12pm. Meet in Iford Lane, bags are provided but participants will need to take their own gloves and a drink. Email plasticfreeseasworldwide@gmail.com.

11 A disco house yoga event is being held at Bournemouth's Halo nightclub on Sunday evening. The event will start with a yoga warm-up followed by a vinyasa yoga sequence and "ambient chill out." Resident DJ French Mike will be providing a disco house mix during the event which is suitable for all levels. Tickets are £15 each but places are limited. To book visit grooveomyoga.com.