1 Rock ‘n’ roll legend Joe Brown will celebrate 60 years on the road with a performance at Bournemouth Pavilion tonight at 7.30pm. Joined by his band, Joe will present a number of timeless classics alongside gospel, country, bluegrass and rockabilly. Tickets range from £29.25 to £33.75, available from BH Live.

2 A production of Pinocchio opens at the Barrington Theatre tonight and runs until Saturday. Staged by Ferndown’s own Phoenix Musical Society, the show features the unforgettable songs from the classic Walt Disney Film. Performances are at 7.30pm each evening with a Saturday matinee beginning at 2.30pm. Tickets are available from the venue website or box office.

3 Enjoy One Night of Elvis at Bournemouth Pavilion tomorrow at 7.30pm. Lee Memphis King, Europe’s most successful Elvis tribute, will recreate the essence of the King, supported by an orchestra of world class musicians and video screen projection. Tickets are £18 to £27.50, available from BH Live.

4 An exhibition showcasing the work of contemporary artist Kate Marr opens at the Hayloft Gallery, Christchurch, tomorrow. Based in Southbourne, Kate creates atmospheric pieces inspired by the coastline and landscape. Entry to the exhibition is free and it will be open daily, from 10am to 4pm, until Thursday, February 20.

5 Head to RSPB Arne on Saturday for the launch of the ladybird spider web installation. Naturalist Nick Baker, with partner organisation Back from the Brink, will give a short talk at 12pm, sharing facts and information about this rare, fragile and endangered spider. Other activities will be available throughout the afternoon. Entry to the event is free and normal parking charges apply.

6 An illustrated talk on the secret world of bats will be held at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, at 3pm on Saturday. Presented by East Dorset Bat Rescue and Rehabilitation, audiences will learn about these important mammals of which all breeding species in Britain can be found in the county. Tickets are £5 and £1 for under-18s.

7 The LOL Comedy Club returns to Bournemouth Pavilion on Saturday, with comedians James Dowdeswell, Ross Smith, and Debra-Jane Appelby. Doors open at 7.30pm and the first comedian takes to the stage at 8pm. Tickets are £17.50, available from BH Live.

8 A volunteer day organised by the Dorset Countryside Volunteers will take place at Upton Wood on Sunday. The conservation task will involve tidying the wildlife hedge and removing bramble using traditional hand tools. Meet at 10am at the entrance to the wood from Pony Drive. Drinks will be provided and volunteers can stay for as long as they choose.

9 Japanese drumming troupe Kodo will perform at Lighthouse, Poole’s centre for the arts, on Sunday at 7.30pm. The show, Legacy, will put their huge drums centre stage and see the group rework their treasure trove of signature pieces, created across almost 40 years of international touring. Tickets range from £23.25 to £31.25, available from the venue website or box office.

10 Irish country pop star, Nathan Carter, will perform at the Regent Centre, Christchurch, on Sunday. As one of Ireland’s biggest artists with seven Top 10 albums under his belt, he will perform hit tracks such as Wagon Wheel and I Wanna Dance. The concert starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £29.

11 The King Charles pub in Poole is hosting Poole Plugged & Unplugged, a new open mic Night on Sunday. It will be a fixture for the third Sunday of each month from 7pm to 10pm. Come along and play or just enjoy the show. Performers will receive a free drink.