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Marmozets are back in Southsea on Wednesday
Marmozets are back in Southsea on Wednesday
The incident happened in Lawrence Road in the early hours of this morning. Picture: Google Maps

Firefighters rescue woman stuck in letterbox in the middle of the night

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Your quick guide to what’s on in the Portsmouth area

ROCK: MARMOZETS

Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Wednesday, 8pm

Illness may have set this gig back a couple of days, but Marmozets will return to prove their worth as one of the world’s most incendiary live bands.

ART: FLOURISH

Aspex, Gunwharf Quays, until November 30

A neon artwork and sound installation by artist Alison Carlier, Flourish is inspired by the military history of its home at The Vulcan Building.

FITNESS: INSANITY WORKOUT

Buckland Community Centre, Wednesday, 6.30pm

Have a crack at the world-famous Insanity Workout, which encompasses everything from plyometrics and speed to your core and abs.

CINEMA: HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE

Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth, Wednesday, 7pm

A boy and his foster father become the subjects of a manhunt after they get stranded in the New Zealand wilderness in coming-of-age comedy Hunt For The Wilderpeople.

CONCERT: BSO’S RUSSIAN MASTERS

Portsmouth Guildhall, Thursday, 7.30pm

Under the direction of popular Dutch conductor Kees Bakels, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will perform works by Glinka, Kalinnikov and Rachmaninov.

THEATRE: THE HOLLOW

Ferneham Hall, Fareham, Thursday until Saturday

An ordinary weekend turns to turmoil for Hercule Poirot in Agatha Christie’s The Hollow, brought to life on stage by Fareham Musical Society.