Looking for something to do this weekend (August 8 and 9)? Vibe’s picked some of the best events in north Surrey and south west London to help you out.

Your Local Guardian: Nick Helm – Keep Hold Of The Gold, Pavilion Theatre, Brighton, Oct 19

Always Be Comedy at Putney Arts Theatre from 7pm on Sunday

Acclaimed comedian Nick Helm headlines at the regular comedy night with Life’s Too Short’s Eric Lampaert, Suzi Ruffell from BBC3’s Ed Comedy Fest Live, Edinburgh Comedy Award for best show winner John Kearns and Henry Paker also on the bill. Tickets cost £7. Go to putneyartstheatre.org.uk

Tooting Folk and Blues Festival at Tooting Bec Common from noon to 7pm on Saturday

Listen to the best folk and blues acts in south London at this free festival with pop-up food and drinks stalls.

Your Local Guardian: Tom Lister and Jodie Prenger star in Calamity Jane

Calamity Jane at Richmond Theatre until Saturday

Jodie Prenger, the winner of the BBC talent show I’d Do Anything, stars in the classic Wild West musical with an Oscar-nominated score. Tickets from £39.90. Go to atgtickets.com/Richmond

Rugby Yoga at Barn Elms Playing Field in Barnes from 10am to 11am on Sunday

Stretch out and relax away from the rough and tumble of high-intensity sport with some yoga, with a little rugby twist. The class is based on rugby positions and Hatha Yoga. And it’s free. E-mail Edmund.O’Callaghan@richmond.gov.uk or call 020 8487 5218.

Your Local Guardian: KT and The Gang

K**t and the Gang at Scream Lounge, Croydon from 5.30pm on Saturday

The X-rated comedy singers have appeared on TV, had their Youtube channel removed, performed a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and got death threats from Michael Jackson fans. Safe to say they’re polarising. Charlie Brooker called them ‘life-affirmingly puerile’. The bar is open from 5.30pm and the act is on at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7 on the door or £6 in advance. Go to screamlounge.com

Saturday Night Society at The Watershed in The Broadway, Wimbledon, from 10pm to 3am on Saturday

Party the night away at nightclub The Watershed with chart hits mixed with blasts from the past by resident DJ Dan Scott, with indie and pop in the Little Shed bar. It’s strictly 18s and over. Go to the-watershed.com

Richmond Farmers’ Market at Heron Square on Saturday

Pick up award-winning produce from the cherry-picked stalls offering everything from unpasteurised milk to micro dairy cheese, meats and everything in between. Entry is free. Go to reelfarmers.co.uk

Close Up Magic: Children’s Special at Epsom Playhouse from 2.30pm on Saturday

The regular show, where members of the Magic Circle perform amazing tricks and sleight of hand to small audiences at their table, gets a summer holidays twist. But this isn’t the usual kids’ magic. Chris Wood, a Gold Star member of the Inner Magic Circle, performs amazing magic to genuinely amaze discerning minds young and old. Suitable for ages seven and up. Tickets cost £12.50. Go to epsomplayhouse.co.uk

The Croydon Arts’ Craft and Vintage Fair at Matthew's Yard from 11am to 5pm on Saturday

Browse a large number of stalls and crafts, with local artists selling their crafts and wares and showcasing their talents. It's free, or £15 if you want to pitch. Go to oldtowncroydon.org.uk to book.

Car Boot Sale at Epsom Hospital from 9am (for buyers) until 12.30pm on Sunday

Pick up all sorts of goodies, or sell your own, at the charity sale in the hospital car park in aid of Epsom Hospital Medical Equipment Fund. For sellers, entry is from 8am and costs £10 cars, £12 for MPVs, 4x4s and small vans and an extra £3 for a trailer. For buyers, entry is by donation. Go to emef.org.uk

Jazz Jamaica at The Hideaway, Streatham, from 7pm on Saturday

Celebrate Jamaican independence with bassist and bandleader Gary Crosby and his talent jazz musicians, mixing up jazz and ska classics and reggae vibes for a good time. The special guest for the evening is comedian Felicity Ethnic. Tickets cost £20. Go to hideawaylive.co.uk

Your Local Guardian:

Fantastic Four, out now

Not even the Human Torch could stop the spark from going out of the Fantastic Four franchise after 2007’s Rise of the Silver Surfer but now it’s back with a gritty, highly-secretive comic book reboot directed by Josh Trank, starring Fruitvale Junction’s Michael B Jordan and Whiplash’s Miles Teller. There’s even a Fantastic Four/ X-Men crossover mooted if this movie works out.