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workshop Dhol Drumming and Bhangra Ever wanted to have a bang on a dhol or learn a few bhangra steps? Now's your chance, in free lessons from the Lions of Punjab. It's in advance of the group performing at the spectacular Clash of Drums at Birmingham Weekender in September. It's free but book in advance on 0844 338 5000. Tomorrow, 6.30pm - 7.30pm, Birmingham Hippodrome.

fa m i ly Wildlife Trust Wild Family Fun Day No booking required and no fee, just drop in to try a spot of pond dipping. Experts from the Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust can advise on whether the tadpoles have grown into baby frogs and what stage the dragonflies are at.

Tomorrow, 10am - 3pm, EcoPark, Hob Moor Road, Small Heath film Outdoor Cinema The Custard Factory courtyard is being transformed into an outdoor cinema with grass, summer drinks, food and a huge screen on which to watch a series of films. Tickets are PS15, dancing and singing along is encouraged and bring you own cushions and blankets. See The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Lion King, Grease, Back to the Future and Batman (1989). Tomorrow until Sunday, The Custard Factory, Digbeth. 0844 870 0000 exhibition Insomnia61 Calling all gamers! The UK's biggest gaming and tech festival is returning with guests including YouTube sensations DanTDM (right) and Call of Duty star Ali A. Syndicate will be attending the whole weekend, taking part in stage shows, panel talks and Q&A sessions, and other big names include Minecraft stars iBallistic Squid and AmyLee. Tomorrow until Monday, Birmingham NEC music Camper Calling The family festival Camper Calling returns to Ragley Hall for the second year and is headlined by Cast, Reef and the Lightning Seeds. As well as music, there will be campfire tales, tea dances, craft workshops, a fun fair, street food, beer and lake activities. Tomorrow until Sunday, Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire. 01789 762090

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