What’s on in Portsmouth this weekend: Five recommendations

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Portsmouth continues to offer much entertainment by offering a huge span of events.

So we have decided to sign post you to five events which are worth doing this weekend.

1 - PORTSMOUTH: National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, HM Naval Base, PO1 3LJ. Saturday, 1pm-2pm.

The Cabin Club for Baby Explorers. Naval-themed craft, songs, stories, soft play and water play in the Cabin family area, in the Victory Gallery.

Free, Drop in activity for babies and their accompanying adults, no ticket required.

2 - PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Music Hub. Saturday, 5.45pm.

Toy Story. Screening. Singing and space music before the film plus drinks and popcorn.

Free. Booking is essential. Call (023) 9237 5655.

3 - PORTSMOUTH: No.5 Cinema, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, 4:15pm.

Come and watch the 1980’s classic, Back to the Future.

£7 adults, £6 concessions. Book online here.

4 - SOUTHSEA: Drift Bar, Palmerston Road, Sunday, 7pm.

Showcases of the South Coast by Trash Arts and Friends. A mixture of live music with music videos and artists.

Event will be filmed, full of surprises. Free, donations welcome.

5 - SOUTHSEA: The Kings Theatre, Albert Road, The General.

Starring Buser Keaton. £6, £4 concessions. Book online here.

SEE MORE: Click here for our full list of what’s on across the area.