Each week we round up the best events across Hertfordshire to help you make the most out of your weekend...

St Albans & Harpenden Review:

Swan Lake

Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet return to the UK following a triumphant premiere season in England. On the back of a hugely successful premiere tour earlier this year Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet makes its return to the UK for a 2016-2017 season This company will showcase a version of the beautiful classic Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet under the direction of Marina Medvetskaya boasts impressive technique, exquisite artistry and bold production of these best-loved Russian ballets. 

Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford, Friday, January 6, 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Details: 02036 598914

The Rollin Stoned

The costumes are shamelessly camp, gaudy and fab, the instruments genuinely vintage and the wit irreverent. However while the tongue is never far from the cheek they make sure it is never to the detriment of the music. A typical two-hour show includes not only all the classic crowd pleasing hits, but is spiced with enough eclectic selections from the deeper recesses of Stones album archives to satisfy the most demanding of buffs, all performed with the same vibrantly authentic attack and raw energy that characterised the original Rolling Stones shows in their prime.

Tropic at Ruislip, Grosvenor Vale, Ruislip, Friday, January 6, 8pm. Details: 020 8707 2256

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Roy Chubby Brown

Chubby doesn’t hold back from sharing his outlandish views, sailing so close to the mark that even the most seasoned of fans with be left gob-smacked.

The Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Saturday, January 7, 7.30pm. Details: 01923 859291

Erotica Art Exhibition

Artists Claire Valentine-Gibson and Kevina Labonne presenting a selection of original paintings. Figurative artwork with a touch of eroticism.

Nude Tin Can Gallery, 125 Hatfield Road, St Albans, Saturday, January 7, 11am to 5pm. Details: 01727 569291

Bushey Artists Abroad

Artwork by artists who left Bushey and travelled to see the world, including paintings by Myrtle Broome and Hilda Gordon. Myrtle Broome spent time recording the precise, finely-drawn reliefs in an Egyptian temple. Hilda Gordon served in Europe and Palestine during the First World War and became known as ‘the VAD (Voluntary Aid Detachment) artist’. She trekked across India, sketching from the back of elephants, camels and yaks. Also included in the exhibition is George Owen Wynne Apperley, who left Bushey to live in Spain, and other artists from Canada, America and Australasia, offering a variety of foreign and exotic scenes.

Bushey Museum, Rudolph Road, Bushey, until Sunday, January 8. Details: 020 8420 4057

The Informers

Based in Herts/Beds and Bucks The Informers play a mixture of original material and all that is good from the ‘70s and ‘80s, rock, punk, New Wave and powerpop scene. Playing with power, pace and passion, the tight three-piece of guitar, bass and drums deliver thumping versions of classic songs, plus tracks that you didn’t know you’d forgotten.

The Horns, 1 Hempstead Road, Watford, Saturday, January 7, 9pm. Details: 01923 225020

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Scott Hamilton Quartet

Herts Jazz starts 2017 with the return of the great Scott Hamilton. In 1976 he had the good fortune to perform for several weeks alongside the great trumpeter Roy Eldridge. He also played with legendary saxophonist Illinois Jacquet. A native of Providence, Rhode Island where he was born in 1954, Scott Hamilton is one of the great modern swing artists, following in the footsteps of greats such as Ben Webster and Don Byas.

Screen 2, Hawthorne Theatre, Campus West, The Campus, Welwyn Garden City, Sunday, January 8, 7.30pm. Details: 0300 3039 620, hertsjazz.co.uk

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

From the production team that brought you six record breaking years of magic and laughter don’t miss the fabulous Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Full of sumptuous sets, sparkly costumes and above all bursting with belly laughs.

The Alban Arena, Civic Centre, St Albans, until Sunday, January 8. Details: 01727844488

Off Broadway

Enjoy a cabaret style evening as performers from amateur and professional musical theatre entertain you with your favourite show and film tunes.

The Wyllyotts Theatre, Darkes Lane, Potters Bar, Sunday, January 8, 8pm. Details: 01707 645005

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Ultimate Bublé

Critically acclaimed tribute artist Mark Daniels performs the biggest hits of Michael Bublé in this stunning tribute show. Mark’s mesmerising likeness to the modern day Canadian crooner will have fans of Michael Bublé and big band music dancing at the tables - after enjoying their Sunday lunch.

Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford, Sunday, January 8, 2pm. Details: 02036 598914

St Albans Farmers Market

Expect to find local specialities, mouth-watering cheeses, seasonal fruit and vegetables, fresh herbs, top quality meat and game, dairy produce, freshly baked cakes & bread and hand crafted goods.

St Peter’s Street, St Albans, Sunday, January 8, 8am to 2pm. Details: 01727 836781

Christmas Pudding Walk

Looking for a way to get outside and explore and get in trim after all the feasting of the holiday season? Follow this self-guided way marked Christmas pudding walk through the woodland. The route is approximately 1.5 miles in length and is not suitable for buggies. Dogs on leads welcome.

Ashridge Estate Visitor Centre, Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, until Monday, January 9. Details: 01442851227