PLENTY to do at Brockhole Visitor Centre this week. Fancy enrolling on a creative workshop course? Choose from an inspiring varied programme of creative workshops: Discover Linocut Printmaking; Felt Plants and Flowers; Felt and Wool Herdwick Sheep and Glass Mosaic. Ideal for beginner to an intermediate level or those looking to try their hand at something new. To book a class online, visit or call 015394-46601.

THE Cumbria Life Home & Garden Show has quickly established itself as the finest Northern Home and Garden show of the year.

The weekend starting tomorrow (Friday, 9am-5pm), Saturday and Sunday (9am-4pm) will see talks and demonstrations from leading regional experts. The show takes place at Rheged Visitor Centre, Penrith.

For those who want to get more in depth knowledge or hands-on experience, a selection of the north’s best makers and designers are running a series of 15 different masterclasses, which are ticketed separately.

The show celebrates design, craftsmanship and innovation from across the North of England and Southern Scotland.

Buy your tickets on line: Day ticket £5; weekend £10.

THE UK's number one Little Mix tribute act Little Fix is stopping off at The Platform, Morecambe, on Saturday (March 16, 2pm). The group were finalists in BBC One's Even Better Than the Real Thing, National Tribute Music Awards. The girls have secured a number of arena shows during their tour of the UK, bringing a high energy show that replicates the stage presence and vocal abilities of the original group. With stunning stage outfits, identical choreography and vocal finesse, the group bring the original songs of Little Mix alive. Songs include Woman Like Me, Move, Only You, DNA. Love Me Like You and many more.

Box office 01524-582803.

Tickets £15.13-£17.60

DUBBED as 'Simply the best traditional musicians you are likely to hear' Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain are in concert at the Coronation Hall, Ulverston, tomorrow (Friday, 8pm). Phil, who plays the accordion and Aly the fiddle, have toured and recorded together since 1988. They are both known as consummate musicians, arrangers, producers and broadcasters in their own right. Together they possibly produce the finest and purest of Scots music combined with a deep knowledge and understanding of their traditions gained from long and extensive careers.

Box office 01229-587140 Tickets £16

FIND faith in the golden ocean; Will trust blossom in the lotus flower; Hear the honesty in the birdsong; Seek the truth in the shadows. Four Treasures by Prism Art Studio Theatre presents A journey through a magical world made up of four stories; faith, trust, honesty and truth. An entrancing performance using live action, puppetry and music brought to you by Prism Arts Studio Theatre, an integrated theatre group where adults with learning disabilities and professional artists work in partnership to glorious effect.

They create a new production in its entirety each year. They research, create the storyboards, develop the characters, design and create the set and costumes, as well as compose the music and perform. You can enjoy the show today (1.30pm) & tomorrow (1.30pm & 6.30pm), at Theatre by the Lake, Keswick.

Box office 01687-47711 Tickets £10; students, U17s £7 Photo: Stuart Walker Photography

THE second weekend of March sees Penrith 'go orange', as shops in the town dress to reflect the event taking place for the 14th year running at the historical Dalemain Mansion. The World's Original Marmalade Festival makes a welcome return on Saturday (March 16. 10am). The Dalemain festival is supported by Penrith Chamber of Trade and Commerce, which will be providing classic coaches to take visitors between Penrith and Dalemain, as well as organising lots of exciting orange windows and special offers in the town. There'll be thousands of Homemade Marmalades on show to taste and buy, as well as a selection of the finest stalls, marmalade-mad entertainment including juggling and the Marma-lympics, singers, lectures and much more.