Six things to do in the next 48 hours: November 14 and 15

The Portsdown U3A 'Strollers Group' enjoying the early morning November sunshine as they walked through The Queen's Inclosure in The Forest of Bere.

Picture: Malcolm Wells (171103-2566)
The Portsdown U3A 'Strollers Group' enjoying the early morning November sunshine as they walked through The Queen's Inclosure in The Forest of Bere. Picture: Malcolm Wells (171103-2566)
St Marys Church, Alverstoke, will be full of decorated Christmas trees for its annual festival

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

PUNK: THE MOVIELIFE

The Joiners, Southampton, Tuesday, 7.30pm

New Yorkers The Movielife are back on top with their first album in 14 years, Cities in Search of a Heart. Wallflower and Guillotine will open the show.

NIGHTLIFE: DIRTY DISCO

The Astoria, Portsmouth, Tuesday, 10pm-2am

Dirty Disco has become one of Portsmouth’s most notorious club nights. Expect VIP treatment, student-friendly drink deals and, of course, the dirtiest DJ sets in the city.

STAGE: DUET FOR ONE

Chichester Festival Theatre, until Saturday, times vary

Belinda Lang plays a brilliant concert violinist who seemingly has it all but is forced to re-evaluate her life when struck down by an unforeseen tragedy in Duet For One.

EDUCATION: PORTSDOWN U3A

Cosham Baptist Church, Tuesday, 2-4pm

Portsdown U3A holds its AGM, plus a presentation from pupils at Park Community School, Havant talking about their visit to Mbeya in Tanzania.

CINEMA: AFTER THE STORM

Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth, Wednesday, 7pm

A private detective struggles to reconcile with his son and ex-wife in the Japanese drama After The Storm, being shown by Portsmouth Film Society.

COUNTRY: THE SLOCAN RAMBLERS

The Square Tower, Old Portsmouth, Wednesday, 7.15pm

Straight from the rough-and-tumble bars of Toronto, bluegrass-with-attitude band The Slocan Ramblers head across the Atlantic to show us how it’s done.