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SCENE with Char Edmonds

Experience some rarely played chamber pieces at Portsmouth Guildhall

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So Dixon last week at The Astoria was a musical journey from start to finish, with recognition due to Chris Davies and Gus Emmett for assisting with this.

Now, we all remember the success of Mutiny in the Park, well tonight brings you the Mutiny Reunion Party at The Guildhall from 9pm until 2am.

This time they have secured Grammy-nominated chart-topper Duke Dumont. After a string of hits such as Need U (100%), I Got You, and more recently Won’t Look Back, this DJ is going from strength to strength.

Joining him will be another headliner, Kissy Sell Out, plus more artists to be announced.

There will also be a secret after party announced later tonight, from 2am until 5am.

Tickets are £19.50 and after party tickets are £7, available from Gigantic.com.

Also tonight, the mischievous duo that are The Business Partners join residents Dan Morten and Reece Hewer for a night of chaos at Flamingos Bar on Albert Road from 8pm until 1am.

Entry will be free all night and there are always good drinks promotions throughout the evening.

From experience of these two, you will not be disappointed with the entertainment they will provide you.

Tomorrow, Playground South burst onto the scene as they take over the upstairs of The Astoria from 10pm until 2am, hitting the ground running with headline act My Nu Leng.

This duo from Bristol are hard to put in a specific category as they cover a wide spectrum of sounds.

Meanwhile Amplified Classics take the basement hostage for another evening of house classics.

Don’t miss out – tickets are £7 available from Resident Advisor.

Rumour has it that that the Concrete boys have found a new home at Skye Bar in Guildhall Walk, and they were back with a bang last Tuesday for their fouth birthday party.

This Tuesday they are taking over again from 9pm until 2am, with special headliner DJ Wilfred Giroux with support from the Concrete residents. These guys have a knack of spotting future stars long before you hear them all over the radio, so trust their judgement.

Tickets are £5 on the door.