1 The Highcliffe Charity Players perform their new year pantomime, Cinderella, at the Regent Centre from Saturday. The panto was co-written by Charles Michael Duke, who stars as Buttons, while waiting in hospital for a double-lung transplant. Standard tickets cost £12.50, £11.50 for concessions and £10.50 for under 16s.

2 Create your own cave art using natural materials at Hengistbury Head Visitor Centre on Saturday between 1.30pm and 3.30pm. No need to book, just turn up. Costs £7 per person.

3 Calling all Adele fans. A celebration of the singer's hits comes to Poole Lighthouse on Saturday night. Someone Like You (The Adele Songbook) is back at the venue by popular demand and will see Katie Markham - who was chosen by Adele herself on Graham Norton’s BBC Adele special - perform classics such as Chasing Pavements, Make You Feel My Love, Set Fire To The Rain, Someone Like You, Hello, Rolling in the Deep and Skyfall.

4 The Russian State Ballet of Siberia comes to the Pavilion Theatre from Monday where they will be performing Giselle, The Nutcracker and Swan Lake over three days.

5 Burn off some calories and have fun at the same time when a roller disco takes place at Sir David English Sports Centre in East Way on Saturday at 3pm. Costs £5 if you have your own skates and an additional £1.

6 Get your skates on at the Cool Coast Ice Rink at the BIC's Purbeck Hall which runs until February 23.

7 The Little Pickles Market comes to the Littledown Centre between 10am and 12pm on Sunday. There will be more than 60 tables selling nearly new baby and children's items.

8 Join a Nordic walking workout at Moors Valley Country Park and Forest on Saturday between 9.30am and 11.30am. Costs £4.75 per person.

9 Put you knowledge to the test during a family trivia trail at Kingfisher Barn at Stour Valley Nature Reserve between 11.30am and 2.30pm on Sunday. Costs £1 per person, no need to book.

10 The Cabinet of Living Cinema presents The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari and Mary Shelley’s Future Shocks accompanied by a live score at Boscombe's Shelley Theatre on Saturday night.

11 Forest Forge Youth Theatre will be staging their own unique take on Romeo and Juliet - complete with six Romeos and six Juliets - until Saturday at the Forest Forge Theatre in Crow Arch Lane, Ringwood.