Our pick of events to help you make the most out of your weekend...

Wow! Said the Owl

Explore the world of colours with this curious little owl who is determined to stay awake to see what daylight brings. From the warm pink glow of dawn through to a day filled with the bright colours of green leaves, blue sky, grey clouds and, finally, a stunning rainbow. But despite the beauty of the daytime world, the little owl decides that the night-time stars are the most beautiful of all. Wow! Said the Owl, the acclaimed children’s book by award winning author Tim Hopgood, is brought to life through a blend of beautiful story-telling, puppetry and music.

The Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Friday, January 20, and Saturday, January 21, 11.30am and 2.30pm. Details: 01923859291

Creative Colours

It can be tricky providing your child with the right balance of education and entertainment, so come along to this award-winning arts and crafts exploration session, the perfect solution for all your child’s creativity needs. For 18 months-five year olds.

Holywell Community Centre, Chaffinch Lane, Watford, Friday, January 27, 10.35am. Details: 01395 239700

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Watford Folk Club

The friendliest folk club in Watford that offers the best in Folk, Roots and Acoustic music.  Both traditional and modern folk music lovers are welcome to perform or simply listen and maybe join in a chorus or two.

Pump House Theatre, 5 Local Board Road, Watford, Friday, January 20, 8pm. Details: 01923 467269

Just the Tonic’s Saturday Night Comedy

A comedy show featuring the best up and coming comperes and headlines from the UK and abroad. Featuring Jimmy McGhie, Ellie Taylor and Kane Brown.

The Comedy Loft, 76 The Parade, High Street, Watford, Saturday, January 21, 8pm. Details: 02037403700

The Mojo Rising

The Mojo Rising are a very experienced covers band, specializing in Funk, Soul and Disco. They are fronted by a former West End theatre singer who has performed in the likes of Grease and Fame and the rest of the band is made up of very accomplished players who have played at world-renowned venues such as The 100 Club, Ronnie Scott’s, as well as events like Edinburgh Festival Fringe and also on BBC Radio. Playing party classics from the likes of Chic, Stevie Wonder, KC and the Sunshine Band, Michael Jackson, Bruno Mars, Jamiroquai and James Brown, to name a few.

The Horns, 1 Hempstead Road, Watford, Saturday, January 21, 9pm. Details: 01923 225020

Brambleton Model Railway Club exhibition

The exhibition will cater for both families and model railway enthusiasts with the usual mix of layouts, preservation stands and traders. In addition, there will be the ever popular refreshments area.

Harpenden Public Halls, Southdown Road, Harpenden, Saturday, January 21, 10.30am until 5.30pm. Details: 01582 767525

Comedy Night

Are you ready for a good laugh? These four brilliant acts who will have you laughing till you cry. Featuring Karen Bayley as MC, Phil Butler, LJ Da Funk (new act of the year winner 2016) and Stephen Carlin.

Aldenham Road, Met. Police Bushey Sports Ground, Bushey, Saturday, January 21, 7.30pm. Details: 01923 243947, busheysportsclub.co.uk

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Physical Yoga

NuPower Yoga free taster class

Introducing NuPower Yoga, where strength meets flexibility. This exciting new practice introduces the use of NuBells in to the practice of Yoga. NuPower Yoga is designed to increase muscle tone and flexibility whilst keeping a love for meditation in motion at the heart.

Hot Zen Yoga, 22 Station Road, Gerrards Cross, Sunday, January 22, 4.30pm. Details: 07715 595976

Coach trip to Titchwell Marsh

Come and join Watford Local RSPB Group on their coach trip to Titchwell Marsh, one of the RSPB’s key reserves. This popular reserve on the north Norfolk coast has something for everyone. A walk from the visitor centre down to the sandy beach takes you past reedbeds and shallow lagoons, which are often full of birds. There will be wintering geese and ducks, a mix of waders, and maybe rafts of eiders and scoters offshore.

Watford Central Library, Hempstead Road, Watford, Sunday, January 22, 7.30am. Details: 01923 854509, rspb.org.uk

St Albans & Harpenden Review: The Jeremy Corbyn Night

Jez We Can!

A get together to discuss our hopes and plans for a Corbyn Government. Share your views.  Find out more about Momentum’s 10 Pledges. Fun craft activities and games for children.  Using social media and the internet to network in the Watford area to organise together.

Multi-Cultural Community Centre, 70 Durban Road, Watford, Sunday, January 22, 4pm. Details: 01923 448599

Willy Finlayson

A passionate vocalist from Scotland and a core member of the hugely popular bands Meal Ticket, Bees Make Honey and his own band The Hurters.

The Horns, 1 Hempstead Road, Watford, Sunday, January 22, 4pm. Details: 01923 225020

Chinese New Year Film Event

Welcome in the Chinese year of the Rooster and celebrate Chinese Culture with an afternoon of film and activities for the whole family. There will be a showing of Mulan, the Disney animation based on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan, as well as food and activities in the foyer.

Watford Palace Theatre, 20 Clarendon Road, Watford, Sunday, January 22, from 1pm. Details: 01923 225671