1 Blow away those winter blues on Sunday afternoon when the award-winning Bournemouth Concert Brass perform their annual new year Viennese Concert at the Regent Centre in Christchurch. Starting at 3pm, concert goers will be able to hear a selection of the best in Viennese music from composers such as Mozart to Franz Lehar and the Strauss family including The Blue Danube and the Radetzky March.

2 Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet will perform its new staging of the fairy tale ballet, The Sleeping Beauty, at Lighthouse over the next two days. Tchaikovsky’s glorious score sets the scene for the enchanting and romantic story of Princess Aurora who is rescued from a deep sleep by her valiant prince from the wicked Carabosse. On Friday and Saturday night, there will be performances at 7.30pm with a 2.30pm matinee on Saturday afternoon.

3 A screening of the documentary Spitfire will be held at Beaulieu National Motor Museum on Saturday night at 7pm. The film will feature aerial footage from aviation photographer John Dibbs and rare digitally re-mastered, archive footage from the 1940s.

4 Bournemouth Natural Science Society is hosting a Young Explorers Rocks and Fossils Morning on Saturday between 10am and 12.30pm. Junior visitors will find out what fossils can tell us about animals and plants in the past. The session is suitable for children aged between seven and 11-years-old. Entry costs £5 per child. Booking is essential.

5 Calling all vintage fans! The Bournemouth Preloved Vintage Kilo sale comes to Bournemouth's St Swithun's Church in Gervis Road on Saturday between 10am and 5pm. Bargain hunters will be given a big bag on entry which they can then fill with women's and menswear including sportswear, jackets, jumpers, dresses, boots, shirts and shoes at £15 per kilo. Entry costs £1.50 all day.

6 Get your skates on for a roller disco at the Sir David English Sports Centre on Saturday at 3pm. Skaters will be able to enjoy two large roller disco rinks, plus laser lights, music and roller games. All ages and experience are welcome. Entry costs £5 for those who have their own skates and costs £1 extra to hire skates.

7 Make your own piece of sand art at Hengistbury Head visitor Centre on Sunday at 10.30am. Visitors will be able to make a picture using colourful sand. There's no need to book, just turn up. Pictures cost between £2.50 and £5.50.

8 Watch a live satellite broadcast of Francesco Cilea’s tragic opera, Adriana Lecouvreur, at the Regent Centre on Saturday evening. The broadcast will come direct from the Metropolitan Opera in New York and is the Regent’s first of 2019.

9 The Swanage Drama Company present their family pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, at Swanage's Mowlem Theatre from tomorrow. Performances will take place at 7.30pm on January 11, 12, 18 and 19 with a 2pm matinee on Saturdays.