What’s on: Our recommendations

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There is never a dull weekend in the Portsmouth region with loads going on.

Below is our list of recommendations on events taking place across this weekend.

Alternatively, you can see our full list of what is happening this weekend, here.

Top Show:

The Golden Eagle. 1 Delamere Road, PO4 0JA, Saturday at 7pm.

Chill-out and enjoy an evening of pop and punk from a live band.

Dance Until You Drop:

Buckland Community Centre, Malins Road, Friday at 1:30-4pm.

This is your opportunity to test out the best of two different types of dance.

The session will consist of both ballroom and sequence. Bring a partner or come on your own, you will surely have a brilliant time, meeting new people. Tickets are only £3 with lunches available from midday.

Wonderful Walk:

The Diving Museum in Stokes Bay, PO12 2QU, Saturday at 7pm.

Fancy knowing more about salvaging HMS Coventry’s secrets?

John Dadd, diving supervisor on Operation Blackleg will be giving an illustrated talk on the tagic loss of the ship.

Tickets are just £6 on the door - including refreshments.

Free Day Out:

League of Friends Coffee Shop, Queen Alexandra Road Hospital, Saturday and Sunday from midday-3:30pm.

Art exhibition organised by League of Friends featuring art from June Bryant, Joyce Wood and Anahid Thomas will certainly

Gig Not to Miss:

The Golden Eagle. 1 Delamere Road, PO4 0JA, Friday at 7pm.

The evening will consist of live music from rock and pop bands. Get yourself and a group of mates there to kick off your weekend.