There's a lot going on in the county town this weekend, plus music, arts and crafts elsewhere.

*TONIGHT you can hear the very best performances from Weymouth Music Festival.

The festival's concert will be held tonight at St Aldhelm's Church in Weymouth at 7pm. Entry is free at the door.

All are invited to come and hear musicians playing a variety of instruments and singers - all of who took part in the non-competitive festival, which was held at the same venue on Saturday, March 2.

Pianist Frances Wilson visited the festival for the first time this year.

She said: "This festival's relatively small scale makes this the friendliest festival I’ve attended, which undoubtedly helps participants play better."

*SEE the incredible true story of missing Second World War soldier and prisoner of war Arthur Robinson, written and performed by his great-nephew, David William Bryan.

It's set in May 1941. As Hitler's bombs rain on Liverpool, Arthur leaves his job as a packer and joins up, becoming a Private in the 18th reconnaissance division. Deployed to Singapore, his ship is destroyed by Japanese dive bombers on arrival. Arthur is declared missing...

In Loyal Company will take to the stage of Dorchester Corn Exchange tonight (8) at 8pm.

*MARK Dorset Women's Day with a wide range of free, exciting workshops in Dorchester taking place between 10am and 3.30pm at the Dorford Centre in Bridport Road.

The day is the culmination of the third Dorset Women's Week run by the Woman's Action Network Dorset and the 14th Dorset Women's Day. Enjoy workshops, shopping, information stands and cakes and sandwiches.

Among the activities people can take part in are an interview with Minette Walters, a laughter workshop with Jo Keane, an introduction to burlesque and adventures in letter writing. Arrive at 10am to register for the workshops.

*SEE talented Dorset makers at an exclusive group show at the Furleigh Estate at Salway Ash near Bridport tomorrow.

This Fifty Dorset Makers exhibition, beginning tomorrow, continues until March 30, every Monday to Saturday from 11am to 5pm.

Making Dorset is a long term initiative set up by the producers of Dorset Art Weeks and Dorset Visual Arts. There will be two opportunities to meet the makers on Thursday, March 21 and on Thursday, March 28 from 1.30pm to 4pm both days.

*HEAR a celebration of supergroup The Travelling Wilburys when tribute act the Unravelling Wilburys performs in Dorchester tomorrow evening from 8pm.

Paying tribute to rock icon members Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and George Harrison, the Unravelling Wilburys will perform all the classics, including Handle With Care, The Devil’s Been Busy, and End Of The Line, along with choice cuts such as Got My Mind Set On You, The Waiting, You’ve Got It, Mr Tambourine Man, Mr Blue Sky plus much more.

Contact Dorchester Arts box office for tickets.

*NINEBARROW will play Milborne St Andrew Village Hall on Sunday evening from 7.30pm.

This multi-award-winning folk duo from Dorset are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Go to for tickets.

*PICK up some unwanted art that will look great in your home at The Big Picture Sale in Dorchester Corn Exchange on Sunday.

This art supermarket, which is organised by Dorchester Arts, will take place from 12pm to 4.30pm.

The pictures include landscapes, portraits, wildlife and local views, created in everything from batik to oils and pastels. Prices range from £1 to £1,000, for as well as the collected pictures there will be works of art by local professional artists on sale, who are to donate part of the monies raised to Dorchester Arts. There is no entry fee and it will be a real family event with music, face painting, children’s activities, ice cream, tea and cake.