Things to do, rain or shine

View artefacts and archives onboard the HMS Victory.
View artefacts and archives onboard the HMS Victory.

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Here are five things to do this weekend.

VIEWING: Head to Captain Hardy’s cabin for a special viewing of artefacts and archives on board HMS Victory today and tomorrow. Discover the collection that isn’t on public display. It costs £25 and booking is essential. Call (023) 9272 7595.

THEATRE: Head back to the Second World War with A Night To Remember at the Groundlings Theatre tomorrow. Listen to forgotten stories through dance, song and performance. Call (023) 9273 7370 for details.

TODDLERS: Tomorrow, at Admiral Lord Nelson School on Dundas Lane, there is a baby and toddler event from 10am until 1pm. There will be goods and services for expectant mothers, and those with babies and young children. Admission is 50p.

INTERACTIVE: Explore the past with learning, interactive activities and performances at The Spring, Havant, tomorrow at 11am. An Expedition to the Great Exhibition includes workshops, performances and theatrical games. Call (023) 9247 2700 for more information.

LEARNING: There’s free story-telling and art and craft activities for pre-school children next Thursday at Fishbourne Roman Palace, Chichester. Tales Through Time runs from 10am until 11am. Call (01243) 785859 for more details.

FAIRTRADE: Share a meal cooked with Fairtrade ingredients and hear about Fairtrade at the Havant United Reformed Church tomorrow at 7pm. It’s £6 a ticket and £12 for a family. Go to portsmouthfairtrade.co.uk for more information.