As we approach bonfire night, the annual and popular Douglas fireworks display is set to go ahead this week.

Being one of the most popular events on the Isle of Man calendar, the fireworks are always well-attended by those who wish to see a cacophony of bangs and a lavish display of colour.

Here's everything we know about this year's Douglas fireworks display...

When is the Douglas fireworks?

The Douglas fireworks display, sponsored by Celton Manx, will take place on Friday November 3, with the display being fired at 7pm.

What activities are being held during the display?

The judging for the annual 'Best Guy' competition will take place at 6.40pm. The prizes include £100 for 1st place, £50 for 2nd place and £25 for 3rd place.

Is it accompanied with music?

If you wish to watch the fireworks from the warmth of your vehicle, you can listen to the firework sound track to accompany the display live on Manx Radio on DAB or FM from 7pm onwards.

What parking is available?

Spectators have been advised to avoid the Douglas Head area due to heavy traffic, but there are many other parking spots available throughout Douglas with a view of the display.