There's a chance to learn new things, enjoy some upbeat sounds or be completely spooked this weekend!

*A MULTIMEDIA play remembering Anne Frank is coming to the county town tonight (25) as part of Dorchester's Holocaust Memorial Day events.

And Then They Came for Me: Remembering The World of Anne Frank comes to Dorchester Corn Exchange at 8pm.

Part oral history, part dramatic action and part remembrance, it brings to life what happened after The Diary of Anne Frank ends. Combining videotaped interviews with Holocaust survivors Eva Geiringer Schloss and Ed Silverberg, live actors recreate scenes from their lives as teenagers during the Second World War.

Contact Dorchester Arts for tickets and more information.

*DOWN in Weymouth, the 'history guy' Dan Snow will be talking all things historical at Weymouth Pavilion tonight at 7.30pm.

An Evening with Dan Snow will see the broadcaster recount anecdotes of memorable experiences from his successful career as an historian and broadcaster. The show will also look into the history of Weymouth and will be followed by a 20 minute Q&A session. Contact Weymouth Pavilion box office for tickets.

*HEAD to the Electric Palace in Bridport for a night of funk and soul tomorrow (26).

All the music will be played on vinyl. DJ Dr Funk has the best vinyl collection in the area and the skill to choose sounds that you can't stop dancing to. Come along and let your hair down. The sounds start at 8.30pm. Contact the Electric Palace box office for tickets and more information.

*FLARES and platforms at the ready as Waterloo - The Best of ABBA head to Weymouth Pavilion on Saturday.

The show looks back at the sensational rise to stardom of the Swedish pop group ABBA and recreates it so impeccably that fans, old and new can still experience the thrill of a live ABBA show.

From the iconic Waterloo, Mamma Mia to Voulez Vouz and so much more, Waterloo – The Best of ABBA thank ABBA for the music with this sensational show. Contact Weymouth Pavilion for tickets and more information.

*ARE you ready to head back to the 1780s with a young, energetic Belgian band?

WOR will play Powerstock Hut near Bridport tomorrow at 7.30pm, in collaboration with Artsreach, Dorset's touring arts charity. The group injects new energy into 18th century tunes from the Flanders region of Belgium and performs on an array of instruments, including saxophone, violin and bagpipes.

*ARE you ready for a spooky Sunday evening?

The team that brought us the Book of Darkness and Light in 2017 return to Dorchester Corn Exchange on Sunday at 8pm with a trio of delightfully thrilling new ghost stories on Sunday at 8pm, set to the haunting sounds of the violin, Shivers by Adam Z Robinson contains within it some of the most chilling tales ever told. Contact Dorchester Arts for tickets and more information.

*ROCK group Snow Patrol head to Bournemouth on Sunday at 7pm for a gig at the BIC.

The band, known for hits such as Chasing Cars and Run, are making a comeback following the release of Wildness, their first album in seven years. Contact BH Live for tickets.