•  JOIN a multi-cultural party in Dorchester’s Borough Gardens tomorrow with the One World Festival.

The festival, which takes place between 11am and 5pm, features henna, sari workshops, world food and lots of music.

Musicians will perform on a main stage and the bandstand and there will be activities around the site including cooking demonstrations, a Chinese dragon and a poetry and history walk of the gardens with Dorchester Mayor and town crier Alistair Chisholm at 1.30pm.

Mr Chisholm will open the event at 11am.

Music from around the world will feature including Chinese music, Scottish country dancing, reggae music and the sounds of the sitar from India.

There will also be a Global Food Village featuring dished from Poland, the Caribbean and India.

Search Dorset One World Festival on Facebook for more information.

  • VIEW some swashbuckling action at an open air performance of Robin Hood at Corfe Castle tomorrow.

The National Trust Open Air Theatre is performing Robin Hood from 7.30pm.

This unique production is written in fast-moving, easy-to-follow verse, and introduces all the well-loved characters such as Little John and Friar Tuck. Booking is essential, call 0844 249 1895 or visit nationalt rust.org.uk/corfecastle

  • The stars of LDN Wrestling will be at the Mowlem Theatre in Swanage for a night of action packed drama.

British Heavyweight Champion the popular Alan Lee Travis, Pirate Paul Malen, the Masked Man of Mystery the Dark Lord and many more will be appearing. Post show there will be a chance to meet the stars. See mowlemtheatre.com

  • LEARN about the whales, sharks, dolphins and giant jellyfish in Dorset at the Marine Giants Exhibition at Chesil Beach Centre on Portland Beach Road.

The exhibition, open from 10am to 5pm today, tomorrow and Sunday, will close on Sunday.