THOSE with an insatiable appetite for all things arthouse can gorge on festive productions and emotive dramas this week.

Today, Ventnor Arts Club is hosting a Christmas themed show at 3pm.

Visitors can join Thomas Cameron and pianist, Kate Robey, as they perform well-loved Christmas hits, musical theatre and classical numbers.

Tonight, Sandown Library is screening comedy-drama, Blinded by the Night (12), at 7pm.

Set to the music and lyrics of Bruce Springsteen's hits, the film tells the story of Javed ­— a British teen of Pakistani descent, growing up in the town of Luton, England, in 1987.

When a classmate introduces him to the music of 'the Boss,' Javed sees parallels to his working-class life in Springsteen's powerful lyrics.

On Sunday, Age UK IW is at Cineworld for the final screening of its Christmas Film Festival.

The charity is showing Elf (PG) at 4.30pm ­— the enduring tale of a man raised as an elf, who after discovering he is a human, journeys to New York City to locate his real father.

On Tuesday, Ventnor Arts Club is showing a live satellite broadcast of The Nutcracker, at 7pm.

Direct from the Royal Opera House, Lev Ivanov's 1892 ballet, combined with Tchaikovsky's sumptuous, iconic score, are presented in a festive period setting with vivid designs to make for a charming and magical production.

On Wednesday, Ventnor Arts Club is screening The Souvenir (15), at 7.30pm.

Starring Tilda Swinton, the drama follows the story of a shy but ambitious film student who begins to find her voice as an artist while navigating a turbulent courtship with a charismatic but untrustworthy man.

On Thursday, Ventnor Arts Club is screening Pavarotti (12A), at 7.30pm, a film that lifts the curtain on the icon who brought opera to the people.

The cinematic event features history-making performances and intimate interviews, including never-before-seen footage and cutting-edge Dolby Atmos technology.