*SEE an unusual art installation on Portland that will transport you to four notoriously polluted cities: London, New Delhi, Beijing, and Sao Paulo.

The Pollution Pods can be seen from tomorrow (29) until Monday from 10am to 7pm at Portland Stadium Bowl, Incline Road, Portland. Within each dome the air quality of five global cities is recreated. A carefully mixed recipe emulates the relative presence of ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide which pollute these cities. In this installation we can feel, taste and smell the environments that are the norm for a huge swathe of the world’s population. Last entry is at 6pm.

*DORSET Art Market can be enjoyed at the Avenue Stadium, Dorchester, tomorrow (29) from 10am to 4pm.

It's the perfect place to pick up something beautiful, unique and Dorset inspired. Talented Dorset artists will be selling originals, prints and handmade items.

*THE ever popular Tankfest returns to the Tank Museum, Bovington, from today until Sunday.

Enjoy explosive displays, guest vehicles, live entertainment and trade stands. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day there will be a procession of the vehicles used by allied troops during the invasion of the Normandy beaches. Buy tickets online at tankmuseum.org

*GARDENERS rejoice! A three day gardening festival devoted to everything for the garden from vegetable growing is being held at Sculpture By the Lakes, Pallington, near Dorchester.

The festival runs from today until Sunday, 10am to 5pm daily, and costs £15 per ticket.

*WATCH Hardy performed in the heart of Hardy Country as the New Hardy Players continue their performances of Far From the Madding Crowd.

This pastoral tale of loyalty, betrayal and love is directed by Howard Payton.

It tours Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens tonight and tomorrow at 7.30pm and then goes on to The Vicarage, Cerne Abbas on Thursday, July 4 at 7.30pm and Came House, near Dorchester, Friday, July 5 at 7.30pm and Saturday, July 6, 2.30pm. Contact Dorchester Arts for tickets.

*MAKE a beeline for Bee Fest on the Great Field, Poundbury, tomorrow (29) between 12pm and 4pm. The aim of this event is to raise awareness about bees and for the family to have a great afternoon out. This is a free event for the family. Why not bring a picnic or enjoy a burger from the Bee BBQ!

*BRISTOL Old Vic Theatre School will perform The Canterbury Tales at Frampton Village Hall, Frampton, tomorrow (290 from 7.30pm.

See the stars of the future on stage today with this production, which tours to Dorset courtesy of Artsreach.

*A BEACH rugby festival in memory of a player who died will be returning for its third year tomorrow.

Quickfest on Weymouth Beach is held in memory of Julian Quick, who died from cancer in 2015 aged 28.

Money will be raised for the Weldmar Hospicecare Trust.

*A MEMBER of 'acting royalty' will be performing in Dorchester on Sunday.

Catch Colette Redgrave in Picasso's Women at Dorchester Corn Exchange from 7pm.

The production features Fernande, played by Judith Paris, who tells the audience about the lustful early years of her relationship with Picasso.

*EMPRESS of Soul Gladys Knight takes to a stage in Dorset tomorrow evening.

The voice behind Midnight Train To Georgia, Help Me Make It Through The Night and Licence To Kill will be performing these greatest hits and more at the BIC in Bournemouth, including her critically acclaimed latest album Where My Heart Belongs.

*A WATERCOLOUR by JMW Turner will go on display at Bridport Museum tomorrow (29) until August 31.

One day in the early 1800s, one of the greatest painters that this country has ever produced, visited Bridport Harbour. In a small sketchbook, he captured the now iconic Jurassic Coast cliffs, and a ship being pulled ashore using Bridport rope. See this painting in the museum's summer exhibition.

*IT’S another big weekend at Weymouth Pavilion, beginning tonight at 7.30pm with Strictly

show Here Come the Girls starring pro dancers Dianne Buswell and Amy Dowden, The show will have a mix of Ballroom and Latin routines and promises to be fresh and innovative.

Tomorrow at 7.30pm, celebrate the life and music of arguably the greatest female soul vocalist of

all time with Aretha - RESPECT.

It features the vocal talents of Janine Johnson, whose previous collaborations include George Michael, Take That and Paloma Faith.

Country fans can also be entertained with The Johnny Cash Tribute in the pavilion’s Ocean Room tomorrow evening. Join Kevin Lovatt for all the big Johnny Cash hits from 8pm tomorrow