THERE’S plenty for you do, see and make at The Wool House in Southampton this month.

From tomorrow, throughout October, enjoy a new exhibition: A Black History of Southampton from 16th Century to 21st Century.

Part of Black History Month, it will offer a flavour of the part played by black people in the city over the last 500 years and features the colourful and expressive work of artists Lester Macollin Springer and Kwame Bakoji-Hume.

For dance lovers, NuTango present Milonga Longa Casa Lana and will fill the magnificent upper-floor of The Wool House with a selection of beautiful tango tunes on Saturday.

For those who like to make and create their own masterpieces, make and design your own ceramic tiles, based on and inspired by The Wool House and its history, led by sculptor Chris Cudlip, on Monday and October 14. Plus you take part in the national Big Draw and ‘draw tomorrow’ on October 19.

For music lovers, folk singer Ryan Harvey performs on October 11, RSJ Blues band on October 26 and there’s classical guitar by Jonathan Prag on October 31.

For families, there’s a special Haunted Wool House on October 27 with a day of spooky activities for all the family, including Theatre in a Bag performing The Slow Ogre, adapted from Terry Jones’s fairytale.