Six things to do in the next 72 hours: May 6, 7 and 8

Tez Ilyas heads to Havant on Saturday on his debut stand-up tour, Made In Britain YPN-170214-125319067
Tez Ilyas heads to Havant on Saturday on his debut stand-up tour, Made In Britain YPN-170214-125319067
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Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow

WORKSHOP: THE ART OF AUDITIONING

Groundlings Theatre, Portsmouth, Saturday, 10am

Budding young actors aged six to 18 can hone their skills to audition for bigger roles at this masterclass led by seasoned professional Jo Hawes. Limited spaces available.

MARKET: HAMBLE SPRING FESTIVAL

Hamble Foreshore, Saturday, 10am-3pm

Hampshire Farmers Markets will showcase the best of what local food and drink producers have to offer at this year’s Hamble Spring Festival.

COMEDY: TEZ ILYAS

The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, Saturday, 8pm

A rising star in homegrown stand-up, Tez Ilyas will tackle race and identity with side-splitting results on his debut headline tour, Made In Britain.

PUNK: THE ALARM

The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Saturday, 9.15pm

After cancelling their show in December, Welsh new-wave veterans The Alarm will make a

triumphant long-awaited return to Portsmouth.

REGGAE: THE SKINTS

Engine Rooms, Southampton, Sunday, 7.30pm

As flagbearers of the modern British reggae scene, The Skints return to Hampshire on their latest tour, melding vibes of dub, dancehall and hip-hop and executing with punk spirit.

LEGEND: STEVE HACKETT

Portsmouth Guildhall, Monday, 7pm

Steve Hackett’s total experience continues with an exciting new show, including a 40th anniversary celebration of Genesis’ album Wind and Wuthering.