A venue guaranteed to put a spring in your cultural step

Mo Farrah after missing out on a gold medal
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VERITY LUSH: Leave me to browse the make-up counter in peace

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I discovered a little gem of a venue last week – The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre at Havant.

I went to see a fast-moving play called Thirsty – about women’s drinking habits – and was delighted not only with the drama, but also with the premises in the old town hall.

Seriously, if you’re looking to up your cultural credentials, check out The Spring.

It’s got a lovely gift shop, a good bar, ambience up to the eyeballs and a super list of productions.

I’m already booked in to see Supernova in February – a collection of one-act plays by new writers.

But best of all, The Spring has a huge car park next to the venue.

This means you won’t be caught out by that awful car park in the centre of Havant.