Nostalgia all round: What's On

Nostalgia all round: What's On

Accustomed To Her Face: Lost Songs Of My Fair Lady, Firth Hall Sheffield, May 19, 7.30pm

Previously unperformed songs written for classic film My Fair Lady will be showcased as part of Sheffield University's Festival of the Arts. They were discovered by leading academic Dr McHugh and this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear them. Visit to register for your free ticket! (Pic © Everett, Rex Shutterstock)

Etham Palace reopens: Art Deco paradise restored Greenwich, Sun-Thur, 10am-6pm

Now open to the public after extensive refurbishment, see how 30s art collectors Stephen and Virginia Courtauld transformed this palace into an homage to Art Deco. From the exquisite living room (pictured) to the basement billiards room and the Art Deco rose garden, you're in for a treat. Visit the English Heritage website for more information.

Dunkirk Little Ships Festival at London's Royal Docks May 16, £10 per 45 minute trip

Ahead of their return to Dunkirk to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Dunkirk Evacuations, the Little Ships which so bravely came to the rescue will be found bobbing at Royal Victoria Dock on the evening of May 16. Take a twilight trip on the Silver Queen (children for half price) or step aboard one of the other brave boats that took part all those years ago. Visit the docks' website for further information. Pic © Daily Mail, Rex Shutterstock

Queen Victoria's 81st birthday celebrations and fun Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge, May 23-31

Part of the Ironbridge Gorge museums, Blists Hill will be decorated in true patriotic style to celebrate the birth of Britain's longest reigning monarch (until September, at least!). With concert parties on both weekends, there will be singing, crafting and Victorian spirit aplenty, as well as traditionally prepared fish and chips. Find out more about the event at Ironbridge's website

VE Day 70th Anniversary Air Show at IWM Duxford May 23-24, from £24.75

What better way to pay tribute to Britain's courageous wartime fliers than with a display at our best-preserved Second World War airfield? With heritage aircraft flying from 2pm, enjoy a 1940s style street party all day and access to the museum until 6pm. As thanks for their service, entry is free for WWII Armed Forces and Home Front veterans. Visit for further information and to buy tickets (discounted group tickets may only be ordered in advance by calling 01223 499353). Pic © IWM