*SING–A–LONG–A–WICKER-MAN! Hard to imagine I know but it’s coming to The Ultimate Picture Palace in Cowley Road tonight (Fri) as part of the film’s 40th anniversary celebrations.

So dust down your best Scottish accent, dress up as your favourite character and join in with the singing, buttock-slapping and dialogue of this horror classic. Your hosts, David Bramwell and Eliza Skelton, will get things warmed up with a little live music, stories and fun, lead you through the actions and lyrics for the songs then, at the Witching Hour, you’ll be given a pagan hymn book and goody bag full of surprises, roll the film and may God have mercy on your soul! Call 01865 245288.

* Award-winning comedians Robin Ince and Josie Long are bringing their new show Robin and Josie's Shambles to Glee Club Oxford on Sunday. Robin and Josie have been working together since she was just a teenager and Robin was only a young old man.

Their Comedy Central podcast Utter Shambles has had more than 500,000 downloads per episode and featured some amazing special guests. And now they are taking the show on the road. Call 0871 472 0400 or see glee.co.uk/oxford n Tom Stoppard’s masterpiece Arcadia is brought to life on the Playhouse stage from Wednesday by Oxford Student Company Milk and Two Sugars.

First performed at the National Theatre, Arcadia is an Olivier Award winning play that has become a modern classic. Call 01865 305305 or see oxfordplayhouse.com

* Best-selling children’s author Jacqueline Wilson comes to Oxford Playhouse for a special event presented by Waterstones tomorrow (Saturday), when the award-winning writer will be talking about her career and best-selling books including Tracy Beaker, as well as her new book Diamond. Call the box office on 01865 305305 or see oxfordplayhouse.com

* Graffiti Classics has burst the elitist boundaries of the traditional string quartet with its all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy show, and makes a welcome return to Oxfordshire for another six concerts.

Part of the Good Night Out stable, Oxfordshire’s Rural Touring Scheme, Graffiti Classics bring their 16 strings, eight dancing feet and four voices to perform everything from Beethoven to Bluegrass, Offenbach to Elvis, Strauss to Saturday Night Fever. Venues include Deddington, Bampton, Bicester, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Great Rollright Village Hall and Charlbury. See goodnightout.org

* SPLAT – The Paint-by-Numbers Show is an interactive art show for children aged five to eight, coming to the Burton Taylor Studio tomorrow (Saturday). Blanche lives a black and white life until Boya comes along and takes her on a magical journey bursting with colour. But they’ll need your help to paint their world as they go along. Call 01865 305305 or see oxfordplayhouse.com

* ZHE (pronounced zee) is a gender-neutral pronoun – not he or she. Based on the true-life stories of the two performers, travelling from Harare, Zimbabwe to gritty inner city London, ZHE follows them from the playfulness of childhood to the pain of adolescence on their journey to self-acceptance. You can see it at the BT Studio tonight (Fri). Call the box office on 01865 305305 or see oxfordplayhouse. com