Admire the Moon, eat some seafood and bop along to some great music this weekend. Here's our round-up:

*SEE the Moon in all its celestial glory at The Nothe Fort in Weymouth from today until Sunday.

Dorset Moon is an exciting new arts event featuring Luke Jerram's Museum of the Moon, a spherical sculpture seven metres in diameter based on lunar imagery from NASA.

The installation will be accompanied by a wide range of free, lunar-inspired events, including a performance lasting one hour and 57 minutes - the duration of the very first moonwalk.

A silent disco will take place tomorrow from 9pm, while a musical performance inspired by the wolf's howl will bring each night of lunar magic to a close.

Entry to the event, which runs from 12pm each day, is free (see below for today's arrangements).

Please note that on Friday only the 12th July the public opening will be from 1pm to midnight and the Fort will be closed between 8pm and 9.30pm for private function on this day only.

On Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th the Fort will be open from 12pm midday to 12am midnight  The Fort museum will close at 5.30pm as normal.

There is no separate entry charge to see the fort attraction, entry will be free.

*SAMPLE some of the area's finest fish as the award-winning Nyetimber Dorset Seafood Festival returns to Weymouth this weekend.

Taking place around the harbour tomorrow and Sunday, more than 100 stalls will be showcasing their produce, from popcorn cockles and brown crab bhajis to lobster burgers and deep-fried shrimp.

Join in with hands-on sessions, watch demonstrations by national chefs, learn about the rarest species of seafood and listen to seafood experts debate the future of our seas.

The festival opens at 10.30am tomorrow.

*HEAR the unforgettable sounds of Canadian folk duo Hungrytown as they perform some of their finest tunes at Broadmayne Village Hall this evening.

Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson have toured the world for more than 15 years and released three albums since quitting their desk jobs in 2003 and moving to the green hills of Vermont.

Their latest album, Further West, was described by New York Music Daily as one of the best of the decade, and the duo's music has been played on radios worldwide.

Tickets for their performance this evening, which begins at 7.30pm, cost £12.

*HEAD down to Maumbury Rings in Dorchester this evening for another chance to see Miracle Theatre's production of A Perfect World.

Follow the feisty protagonist as she journeys through a world of undiscovered jungles, campfires and treasure maps, eventually stumbling into a bountiful paradise. But is this tranquil place too good to be true?

Audiences are invited to bring picnics, blankets and chairs to enjoy the performance in the great outdoors.

Tickets are £13 for adults or £40 for a family.

*ADMIRE some artwork at Art in the Park at Easton Gardens, Easton, Portland, tomorrow from 10am to 3pm.

Artists taught by Lyn Newton will be displaying their work.

*EXPERIENCE the revival of Tina Turner in a new show celebrating her music tonight at Weymouth Pavilion.

What's Love Got To Do With It? is coming to Dorset as part of its UK-wide tour, paying homage to one of the most iconic and much-loved artists of the 20th century.

Expect a night of feel-good rock and roll featuring Tina's greatest hits, from Private Dancer and Proud Mary to River Deep and Simply The Best.

Tickets for the show, performed by Elesha Paul Moses and supported by a 10-piece live band, are £22.50 and can be purchased from The performance begins at 7.30pm.

*IF you can't get enough of tribute acts, then soak up the sounds of The Beach Boyz Tribute Show as they head to Weymouth Pavilion tomorrow night.

Be transported back to the 1960s and across to the sunny state of California, where the timeless band first began.

Audiences will be treated to more than 30 hit records bound to get you up on your feet, clapping and cheering for more.

The show starts at 7.30pm, and tickets cost £21, available from the pavilion box office.

*JOIN the Weymouth Concert Brass Brand for their annual Brass Band in the Park performance on Sunday.

Bring a picnic and lounge under the shadow of the willows in Radipole Gardens while enjoying a medley of tunes from all eras.

Cream teas will be available and a heritage tent will be on display at this free event, showcasing a range of old images of Weymouth for visitors to peruse.

The concert runs from 2pm to 4pm.