SEPTEMBER 9-10. A WEEKEND AT WOBURN
Classical and contemporary music in the walled gardens of Woburn Abbey, Buckinghamshire, 7.30 pm. On Saturday, the programme includes: Sir Yehudi Menuhin conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; soloists, Tito Beltran and Rosalind Sutherland; and Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance March" accompanied by a fireworks display; on Sunday, Michael Ball and other singers from West End shows will stage a celebration of Andrew Lloyd Webber's music. Grounds open at 5 pm. Tickets: Pounds 20 and Pounds 15 from: 01908 234466 or First Call, 0171 420 1000.
SEPTEMBER 9-OCTOBER 8. PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS
"The mirror in the sea: photographs of Nova Scotia" by Michael Hockney; "Home and away: photographs of refugees" by Howard Davies; and "The matter of landscape", photographs by Catherine Gfeller, are on display at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. The photographers are giving free gallery talks. Free admission. Details: 01273 603005.
SEPTEMBER 16-17. OPEN DOORS AT SOUTH CHESHIRE COLLEGE, CREWE
The public will be able to see the new engineering technology block, 250-seat theatre, training garage, workshops and laboratories as well as a variety of local organisations in action from Rolls-Royce to Crewe Police. The event has been organised by Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council. Details: 01270 69133.
SEPTEMBER 17. THE NUREMBERG LAWS
Seminar organised by Institute of Contemporary History and Wiener Library at the Harkness Hall, Birkbeck College, Malet Street, London WC1, 2-6 pm. Speakers include: Dr Peter Longerich, Royal Holloway and Bedford New College, on the Laws' immediate origin and implementation, and Dr Edgar Feuchtwanger, Southampon University, on the construction of the racial state in Nazi Germany. Fee: Pounds 10, Pounds 5 concessions. Details: 0171 636 7247.