Wight Proms Wednesdays are back, and are now at two Isle of Wight locations.

For the first time, each concert will be performed at both 12.30pm and at 7.30pm monthly on Wednesdays.

The lunchtime sessions will be held in the Northwood House Ballroom, and lunch can be enjoyed afterwards.

Or choose an evening session at the Garlic Farm, where tapas is an option beforehand from 6pm.

The first concert this year is on Valentine's Day, February 14, starring harpist Mary Reid, who will be conjuring up the romantic spirit.

On March 6, it is the turn of Wight Proms founder and X-Factor and G4 star Mike Christie singing, with Jonathan Hodgson on piano.​

On April 10 there is the chance to enjoy the sounds of Thomas Luke on the piano.

Rodney Earl Clarke (voice) and Marina Savova (piano) will perform on May 1.

On June 5 it is Steinway artist and award-winning pianist James Longford, from Ryde.

Kate Robey (cello) and Christopher Sheldrake (piano) take to the stage on July 17.

On September 4, Susanna MacRae (voice) and Claire Habbershaw (piano) will perform.

Enjoy Phantasia on October 23, thanks to Chris Hirst (Theorbo) and Emma-Marie Kabanova (violin), in a lute-based classical and folk music fusion.

Tickets are available to book now, and it is advised, as many shows last year were sell-outs.