Saturday, August 31 - Hag, at Quay Arts, Newport. 2.30pm to 7pm
Hag is a captivating show that fuses live action, puppetry, music and physical theatre by The Wrong Crowd. The cast will also be running a workshop for ten to 16 year olds.
Saturday, August 31 - Rob da Bank’s King Kong Alternative Soundtrack, Robin Hill Woods. 7pm
Bestival founder Rob, has chosen an eclectic collection of tracks to accompany the 1933 classic adventure-fantasy film, King Kong.
Sunday, September 1 - The Amazing Bubble Show, Medina Theatre, Newport. 11am
This incredible stage show celebrates the magic, art, science and the pure unadulterated joy of bubbles! For kids aged 2-11.
Sunday, September 1 - The Salon du The Express; an Edwardian Adventure by Rail, IW Steam Railway, Havenstreet. 2pm
Delight in this unique and magical family theatrical train ride aboard the award winning Isle of Wight Steam Railway.
Sunday, September 1 - Sea Shanty Sundowners with The Crew & The Dollypopps, Little Gloster, Gurnard. 4.30pm
Watch the sun setting over the Solent as you listen to Sea Shanty harmonies lilting on the breeze, sipping a rum-punch sundowner.
Monday, September 2 - Philosophy Bites: A Slice of Real Life, Royal Hotel, Ventnor. 7pm
David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton, from the hugely popular podcasts and website Philosophy Bites present a Slice of Real Life, through their insightful discussions of Love, Death, Charity and Happiness.
Tuesday, September 3 - Jay Rayner: A Greedy Man in a Hungry World, Little Gloster, Gurnard. 7pm
Highly respected restaurant critic and BBC One Show reporter Jay Rayner will be hosting an exquisite dinner at the beautiful seafront restaurant, the Little Gloster.
Tuesday, September 3 - Andrew Maxwell and Benny Boot, Quay Arts, Newport. 8pm
Double bill of comedy at Quay Arts, featuring Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and TV star Andrew Maxwell, and Benny Boot, hailed by critics and comics alike as one of the UK’s greatest and most original joke writers.
Wednesday, September 4 - Courtney Pine supported by IOW Youth Orchestra, Newport Minster, The Parish Centre, Newport. 7.30pm
An opportunity to catch a musical legend at work. The finest and most recognised jazz saxophonist on the planet, the mercurial Courtney Pine.