1 STRICTLY'S own Aljaž Škorjanec and Janette Manrara bring their new show, Remembering the Movies, to the Pavilion Theatre on Good Friday. The show will celebrate the Golden Age of Hollywood to the modern musical featuring tributes to Audrey Hepburn, Saturday Night Fever, Gene Kelly, The Greatest Showman, Marilyn Monroe, La La Land, James Bond and Cabaret.

2 A FAMILY fun day comes to the Triangle in Bournemouth on bank holiday Monday. There will be free activities for all ages between 11am and 4pm. Outside Starbucks there will be entertainment from the likes of Jamie Jigsaw, Count Backwards, Jamie Jambo and Mr Merlin and Okey Dokey the Dragon. Plus an Easter egg hunt at Ponti, face painting at Bournemouth Library and movies in the secret cinema at Poole Hill Brewery. Pick up a free programme from Bournemouth Library or the Upside Down House.

3 THE Rotary Easter Quarter Marathon returns on Saturday. Around 500 runners are expected to take part in the event which starts at Boscombe Pier at 11am.

4 WATCH Poole Pirates in action at Poole Stadium on Good Friday at 11.30am when the riders face Swindon in a cup race.

5 RAISE a glass at the 10th annual Big Bournemouth Beer Festival this weekend. The popular event returns to the BIC between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Visitors can sample a huge range of traditional real ales and novelty and seasonal beers plus there will be cider, perry and wine bars. When hunger hits, there will be pulled pork, pies and flatbreads to purchase in Street Food Corner and musical entertainment from The Jimmy Hillbillies on Friday, The Mother Ukers on Saturday and The Vintage Dogs on Sunday. Tickets cost £8.50.

6 CALLING all Dancing Queens and Super Troupers! Put on your flares and dig out your dancing shoes for a celebration of ABBA at Bournemouth's Pavilion Theatre on Saturday night. The two-hour concert will feature hits such as Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight), Mamma Mia, Waterloo and Fernando.

7 WEST End show Seven Drunken Nights – The Story of The Dubliners visits Poole's Lighthouse tomorrow night. The show brings to life the music of Ireland's favorite sons 'The Dubliners, telling the story of a career spanning 50 years.

8 ENJOY a free performance courtesy of the Boscombe Band of the Salvation Army in Bournemouth's Lower Gardens between 3.15pm and 4.15pm on Easter Sunday.

9 TALENTED youngsters will be performing at Lighthouse on Sunday afternoon when the National Children’s Orchestra of Great Britain comes to Poole. The dance-inspired concert will feature a variety of pieces from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite No. 1 to Bernstein’s Mambo! from West Side Story.

10 LITTLE ones can enjoy an Easter donkey ride at Upton Country Park on Good Friday and Saturday between 11am and 4pm. Costs £3 per child.

11 MINI outdoor adventurers can try their hand at archery and low ropes at Brownsea Island on Saturday and Sunday. Costs £5 per child.

12 AFC BOURNEMOUTH'S annual Easter Food & Craft Fayre is being held at the Vitality Stadium on Easter Monday between 11am and 4pm. There will be arts and crafts on sale as well as Dorset's finest produce, plus a junior fanzone and egg trail. Entry is free and stadium tours will also be available at £1 per head.

13 Follow in the footsteps of the famous local smuggler, Isaac Gulliver, through seven nature reserves and green spaces on bank holiday Monday. Gulliver's Walk takes place at Millhams Mead between 10am and 1.30pm. Meet on Millhams Road, just before the bridge, by the entrance to St. Andrew's Church car park. Booking is essential and costs £3.50 per person.