It's another jam-packed weekend of things to do in this area. Here's our guide to the best of what's on.

*JOIN The Wild Murphys for One Night in Dublin at Weymouth Pavilion tonight at 7.30pm. Middi and his award-winning seven piece band are regarded as one of the best Irish groups in the UK and have played thousands of shows since forming back in 2005. They guarantee a celebration of the finest Irish music and will perform hits by musical legends from The Pogues and The Dubliners to The Fureys and The Saw Doctors. Get ready to be transported to the Emerald Isle; for tickets, contact the box office at Weymouth Pavilion or visit the website.

*HELP mark the 75th anniversary of the World War Two D-Day landings, when thousands of US troops departed from the ports of Weymouth and Portland bound for the beaches of Normandy. A service at the Borough Gardens in Dorchester will begin the commemorations at 11am tomorrow, before a convoy of military vehicles depart for Castletown on Portland. An embarkation service will take place here at 2pm. The events have been organised by Castletown D-Day Centre in collaboration with The Keep Military Museum and English Heritage.

*CHILDREN and their families will be enraptured by the Milkshake Monkey’s Musical tomorrow afternoon at Weymouth Pavilion. Starring Fireman Sam and Noddy along with a whole host of characters, audiences will be invited to join in with the songs and dances of their favourite Milkshake friends. Laughter, fun and audience participation guaranteed, showings are at 12pm and 3.30pm. Tickets can be purchased from the Weymouth pavilion box office or website.

*PORTLAND Museum is hosting an island heritage day from 10am tomorrow. The museum will present exclusive viewing access to the silver Reeve Staff given to Queen Victoria by the Court Leet, and visitors are invited to find out more about the staff and the historical and present day role of the Court Leet on the island. Entry to the museum is free for the day.

*THE 43rd anniversary of the West Dorset Vintage Rally takes place at West Bay tomorrow and Sunday June 9. The rally will showcase a range of vintage vehicles, including tractors and steam engines, as well as horticultural machinery and working displays. Visitors will be able to peruse the range of craft and market stalls on offer, check out marquee exhibits and enjoy local food and drinks. A vintage auction will be taking place at 10am on Saturday. Admission to the event at West Bay Showground costs £8 for adults, with under-11s going free.

*BRING along your broken possessions to Weymouth’s next Repair Café at 10.30am tomorrow. Skilled volunteers will be on hand to help fix your furniture, electrical items or household knick-knacks. The café runs from 10.30am to 12.30pm at the Palm House Café in Melcombe Regis.

*HEAR the finest jazz combined with the hits of Broadway in a concert at Dorchester Corn Exchange tomorrow evening from 8pm. The Frank Griffith Quartet, featuring musicians playing the saxophone, clarinet, piano and drums, will join singers Tina May and Michael Roberts for an evening of musical gems. Songs will include hits from Guys and Dolls and West Side Story, alongside a premiere of Frank and Tina’s new track Lucky Lady. Tickets for this unmissable evening are available from the Corn Exchange or via the Dorchester Arts website.

*DOUBLE Grammy award winner Albert Lee will also be taking to the stage at Dorchester Corn Exchange on Sunday, June 9. The legend of rock and roll, country and blues spent a lifetime touring with some of music’s greatest stars, including Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell and Willie Nelson. He’ll be entertaining audiences from 8pm, and tickets are available from the Corn Exchange or via the Dorchester Arts website.

*A BRAND new theatrical comedy will take to the stage at Bridport’s Lyric Theatre on Sunday, June 9.

The Library of Lost Memories comes from the creator of the highly acclaimed Waiting for Stanley.

The inventive and entertaining narrative follows two librarians who are sent to organise an old man’s memory before its too late, shining a light on the complexity of the human mind.

The play is presented by the Shoebox Theatre Company, run by Somerset-based Leela Bunce and Ged Stephenson. The Library of Lost Memories is their first production together.

Tickets for the performance at Lyric Theatre are £12 or £5 for under-18s and can be purchased online or from the Bridport Tourist Information Centre. The play will begin at 7.30pm.