The weather may play havoc with your weekend plans but if you are able to get out and about there are some great things to do.

Here are five highlights for Saturday and Sunday.

March 3 - Amersham Arms, New Cross

There are so many ways to spend your Saturday afternoons, but how about a family rave? BFLF brings family fun for the post-rave generation of parents, helping then to be responsibly irresponsible. A live DJ will spin all the club classics, house, hip hop, electro and drum ’n’ bass. There will also be a multi-sensory dancefloor, Captain Cookie craft table, a licensed bar and free glowsticks. All ages are welcome, with a maximum of three children per adult. From 2pm. Get your tickets here.

March 3 - Cutty Sark, Greenwich

Come and hear some of the Cutty Sark’s most incredible stories told by the characters themselves. Meet colourful characters including Captain Woodget, Jock Wills - the man who built the Cutty Sark- and the ship’s cook. Book tickets here.

March 3 and 4 - Churchill Theatre, Bromley

See the brand new adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book, brought to life by the team behind Goodnight Mister Tom and Michael Morpurgo’s Running Wild. There are brand new songs to enjoy and you can get your tickets here.

March 4 - Hall Place, Bexley

The farmers' market at Hall Place, Bexley is held on the first Sunday of each month and is open to the public between 10am and 2pm (approx). It is located in the courtyard area outside the new visitors centre.

March 3 to 4 - London Theatre, New Cross/Deptford

The South London Players present Duo, a selection of playlettes written by the cast, some comical and some dramatic. This local group once again returns after their successful run of Number 28 Deptford last year. Tickets are £10.50.