Get out and about this weekend with shows, a beer festival and plenty of musical performances to listen to.

*EXPERIENCE the prolific career of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons as a remarkable tribute show takes to the stage at Weymouth Pavilion. Let's Hang On will showcase the musical talent of one of the most successful bands of all time, taking audiences back to the early 1950s where it all began. Hear the stars singing acapella as the stage is transformed into a street corner in New Jersey, and dance down the aisles to classic hits including Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Who Loves You and Bye Bye Baby. Tickets to this unmissable show, which begins at 7.30pm this evening, can be bought from the Weymouth Pavilion website or by contacting the box office.

*SEE youngsters from Dorchester Youth Theatre perform a double bill of plays at Dorchester Corn Exchange tonight from 6.30pm.

The junior group will perform Peggy The Pint Sized Pirate and the intermediate group will then perform Murder Mayhem at Mayview Manor. Tickets cost £7.50 and are available on the door or from Dorchester Arts.

*SAMPLE some of the finest beverages as Bridport Beer Festival begins this evening at 6.30pm and runs from 11am until 11pm tomorrow. The main event at Asker Meadows marks the end of Bridport Food Festival 2019. There will be up to 75 beers and 30 ciders to sip, from the light and fruity to the dark and rich, and a wide selection of street food stalls will also be on offer. Entry is for over-18s only.

*THE music, stories and poetry from the time of Thomas Hardy will be brought to life with three performances at Max Gate in Dorchester tomorrow. Virginia and Florence Astley will be playing the flute and the harp inside the former home of the renowned author. Performances will begin at 11.30am, 1.30pm and 3pm, and run for approximately 25 minutes. The event is free but normal National Trust admission charges apply.

*LISTEN to the sound of singer-songwriter Luke Jackson in a special performance at the Mission Hall in Sutton Poyntz tomorrow evening. Luke has steadily built a reputation in the folk, roots and acoustic musical scenes, and was nominated at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in the Best Emerging Talent and Young Folk categories. He impresses from the outset with his engaging and charming stage presence and his songs will take you on a journey through love, hope, sorrow, and melancholy. Tickets must be bought in advance from the box office on 01305 837299.

*LIGHTING up the stage at Weymouth Pavilion tomorrow night is Genesis Connected, a tribute show celebrating the greatest hits of the bestselling rock band. With an incredible mix of material, audiences will be dancing through the aisles to chart toppers and unforgettable anthems, from In The Air Tonight, Turn It On Again and You Can't Hurry Love. Not only will the show be celebrating Genesis but also some of the greatest selling associated acts, including Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Mike & The Mechanics. The show begins at 7.30pm and tickets can be bought from the Weymouth Pavilion website or by contacting the box office.

*HEAD to The Blues Club on Portland tomorrow night for an evening of midsummer madness. The 60s and 70s disco featuring a vinyl revival is being held in support of Weldmar Hospice, and runs from 7pm until 11pm. Tickets are £5 and can be bought from the Weldmar charity shop on Portland or by calling 01305 820155.

*SEE some of the most unusual, rare and exotic plants on Sunday as Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens plays host to a Specialist Plant Finder's Fair. Organised by Plant Heritage's Dorset branch, the fair will boast plants from more than 20 specialist nurseries and growers, including National Collection holders and RHS Chelsea gold medal winners. The fair is open from 10am until 3pm and admission is £7, which includes access to the beautiful gardens.

*GET your skates on and head down to Weymouth Pavilion on Sunday for Roller Planet's latest roller disco. With all ages welcome, the event promises great fun for all the family, and skates will be available to hire. Two sessions will run throughout the afternoon, from 1pm to 3pm and 4pm to 6pm. Tickets are available on the door and cannot be booked in advance.

*WORLD-FAMOUS magician and ‘endurance artist’ David Blaine brings his latest show Real or Magic to the BIC’s Windsor Hall on Saturday.

The one-man show will combine David’s “world-famous sleight of hand with his death-defying endurance acts.”

Blaine’s one-man show brings his unique brand of entertainment, promising to be an unforgettable interactive experience that both shocks and amazes.

An experiment in and of itself, his performance combines his world-famous sleight of hand with his death-defying endurance acts. Blaine was buried alive in a clear coffin in New York City for one week. The following year he

stood inside a six-ton block of ice for 63 hours with no food or sleep.

Contact BH Live for tickets.