There's a lot to keep you amused over the next couple of days. Here's our guide to the best entertainment of the weekend.

*Head to Dorchester Corn Exchange tonight at 8pm to watch the hilarious production of Enter the Dragons by A&E Theatre Company. Written and performed by Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards, the award-winning show explores the myths of getting older as the protagonist embarks on a quest to halt the ageing process. Tickets are £13 or £11 for concessions, available from the Corn Exchange or from Dorchester Arts.

*Prepare to be wowed at this year's WOW Show, taking place tonight at 7.30pm and tomorrow at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. From the roaring twenties to the 21st century stage, the compilation will feature something for everyone, with hits from the likes of Jersey Boys, Priscilla and The Greatest Showman. The show is professionally directed and choreographed by Martyn Knight, whose production of Me and My Girl won a National Operatic and Dramatic Association Award in 2017. The show takes place at Weymouth Pavilion and tickets are £14 for adults, £12 for concessions or £48 for a family of four.

*The annual Dorset Food & Drink Christmas Fair returns to Athelhampton House tomorrow and Sunday, from 10am to 4pm. Celebrating the finest food and drink in the county, more than 50 producers will be selling a wide range of homemade and homegrown treats and goodies. Entry is £3.50 per person, including access to the house and gardens.

*Experience a brand new, darkly comic fairytale be performed at Briantspuddle Village Hall tomorrow night at 7.30pm. The Tale of Little Bevan is produced by Pentabus Theatre Company and follows three people searching for happiness in a sleepy Norfolk village. But when the harvest moon fills and the party begins, ancient forces are brought to life and things turn extremely nasty. Tickets are £9, available from the venue or via Artsreach.

*Listen to the music of one of the world's finest composers as Dorset Chamber Orchestra present An Evening of Beethoven, tomorrow night from 7.30pm. The programme includes Piano Concerto No. 5, known as The Emperor, which features talented soloist Dominic Doutney. The show takes place at St Mary's Church in Dorchester and tickets are £15 for adults or £1 for under-18s, available from Harmony Music or via

*Support cancer research while picking up some bargains at the Christmas Fayre in Victory Hall, Charlestown, Weymouth. A wide range of stallholders will be selling everything from crafts and bric-a-bric to gifts and baked goods, with a raffle and tombola also taking place. Entry is free and the fayre opens at 10am on Sunday.

*Get ready for an afternoon of nail-biting fun as Javier Jarquin, otherwise know as Card Ninja, performs his extreme card-flicking stunts. Using genuine playing cards, the comedian will dazzle audiences by using decks as weapons, with extreme precision, impeccable timing and astonishing speed. Javier will perform at the Corn Exchange on Sunday at 2pm. Tickets are £8 for adults, £6 for children or £25 for a family of four, available from the venue or via Dorchester Arts.

*Enjoy the final of Weldmar Hospice's Strictly Junior competition on Sunday afternoon at the Weymouth Pavilion. Participants have had 14 weeks to learn and perfect a new and unique dance routine, which they will perform from 4pm. The audience will be able to vote for the favourite act on the night, with all money raised going towards providing care for seriously ill patients and their families across the county. Tickets are £12 for adults and £10 for concessions, available from the pavilion website or box office.

*Soak up the festive spirit at the Sparkle in the Park event in Lodmoor Country Park. From 3.30pm on Sunday, turn jam jars into tea-light lanterns and make decorations before heading out on a candlelit walk around the woodland at 4.30pm. Admission is free, with live seasonal music and all materials provided. The event is organised by the Friends of Lodmoor Park, who invite visitors to meet by the galleon.