What’s on for Saturday October 5 and Sunday October 6, 2013

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A guide to what’s on this weekend.

TODAY

CLUBBING

PORTSMOUTH: The Barn, Milton Arms, Milton Road. 7pm-1.30am. Scientific Funk and Kelly Wainwright. Presented by Response. House/tech house. Admission £5. (023) 9229 6352.

SOUTHSEA: Wedgewood Rooms, Albert Road. 10pm-2.30am. Funkt*If*Ino. Featuring Jazzie B. Admission £8. (023) 9286 3911.

COMEDY

CHICHESTER: Theatre in the Park, Oaklands Park. 7.30pm. Sandi Toksvig: My Valentine. Sandi is on her first major UK solo tour in years. Admission: £22. (01243) 781312 or cft.org.uk.

HAVANT: The Spring, East Street. 8pm. The Havant Comedy Club. Featuring: Tiernan Douieb, Angela Barnes and Ian Smith. Admission £10 in advance, £11 on door. (023) 9247 2700, thespring.co.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square. 8pm. Jason Manford. Admission £22.50. (023) 9282 4355, portsmouthguildhall.org.uk.

SOUTHSEA: Kings Theatre, Albert Road. 8pm. Milton Jones: On The Road. Admission £20. (023) 9282 8282.

WINCHESTER: Theatre Royal, Jewry Street. 8pm. Comedy Gala. Featuring: Isy Suttle, Katherine Ryan, Paul McCaffrey, Jarred Christmas. Part of Winchester Comedy Festival. Admission £16. (01962) 840440, theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk.

CONCERTS

PETERSFIELD: St Peter’s Church, The Square. 7.30pm. Lucy Humphris (trumpet). Lucy is co-principal trumpet in the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain. Admission free, retiring collection. (01730) 260213.

PORTSMOUTH: Admiral Lord Nelson School, Dundas Lane (PO3 5XT). 7.30pm. Portsmouth Light Orchestra Autumn Concert. Featuring a programme of well-known music, including the Dambusters March, Blue Danube Waltz, a selection from Les Miserables, and other foot-tapping tunes. Admission £5. (023) 9237 1135.

EVENTS

BURITON: St Mary’s Church, North Lane. 10am-4pm. Harvest Flower Festival. Cream teas.

DENMEAD: All Saints’ Church Hall, Hambledon Road. 10am-4pm. Classic Toy and Collectors Fair. Stalls selling Meccano, Dinky, Hornby, board games, records, jigsaws and other toys.

EMSWORTH: Community Centre, Church Path. 10am-1pm. Emsworth Crafts 2013. A dozen or so local crafts people display their goods in the community centre. Goods include textiles, glass, jewellery, pottery, cards, wickerwork, etc.

FAREHAM: West Street pedestrianised precinct. 9am-2pm. Farmers’ Market. Sample before you buy from the people who actually produce, and taste the difference in quality whilst supporting your local farming and rural community.

HAYLING ISLAND: St Mary’s Church, Church Road. 10am-midday. Harvest Market. Lots of stalls. Cakes and pastries, fresh fruit and vegetables, plants, cheap grocery stall, kitchen items and a large raffle, plus refreshments. Admission 50p.

LIPHOOK: Hollycombe Working Steam Museum, Iron Hill. 7pm-10pm. Fairground at Night. Step back in time to experience the magical nature of the Edwardian fairground as the sights, sounds and smells all come alive as darkness falls! (01428) 724900, hollycombe.co.uk.

OLD PORTSMOUTH: Technology Department, Portsmouth Grammar School, High Street. 10am-4pm. Solent Guild of Woodcarvers and Sculptors Carve-in. All welcome. (023) 9259 9153 for further information.

PETERSFIELD: The Heath, Heath Road East. 2pm-9pm. Taro Fair. Includes fun fair, with children’s rides, a wide variety of stalls, etc. Fun for all the family.

PORTSMOUTH: Asda, Fratton Road. 10am-6pm. Fratton Big Local Day. The Fratton Big Local Partnership will be launching the plans for the first year of the £1m grant and will be introducing themselves. A chance to come and meet them and to discuss the plan and its implications for the area.

PORTSMOUTH: St Cuthbert’s Church, Lichfield Road, Copnor. 3.30pm-5.30pm. Messy Church. A fun-packed event for families, involving art and craft, games, worship and a shared meal. Everyone’s welcome, young and old! It’s all free, but children must be accompanied by an adult. stcuthbertwithstaidan.org.uk, or messychurch.org.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: St Faith’s Church, Crasswell Street, Landport. 10.30am. Coffee Morning. Coffee, chat, cakes and a chance to raise funds for the church.

PORTSMOUTH: Groundlings Theatre at The Old Benny, 42, Kent Street, Portsea. Aladdin panto auditions. Registration takes place one hour before auditions! Times: dancers (all ages), 10am-3pm; actors, six to 16, 11am-2pm; adult actors, 2pm-5pm. (023) 9273 7370, groundlings.co.uk.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, B Level, Queen Alexandra Hospital. Midday-3.30pm. Art Exhibition. Featuring works by Lisa Kerry (acrylics) and the Rev David Lacey (watercolours). Organised by the QA League of Friends. (023) 9238 7284.

EMSWORTH: Museum, 10b, North Street. 10.30am-4.30pm. Chichester Harbour – A Year In Photographs. Exhibition celebrating a community project of photographing the natural beauty of Chichester Harbour every day for a year. (01243) 373780, emsworthmuseum.co.uk.

GOSPORT: Gosport Gallery, Walpole Road. 10am-5pm. Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition. World-renowned annual exhibition puts the spotlight on the rarely-seen wonders of the natural world. All 100 winning and commended images from the 2012 competition are on display. Free admission. (023) 9252 3463.

GOSPORT: RN Submarine Museum, Haslar Road (PO12 2AS). 10am-4.30pm. Horrible Science of Submarines. Subs are cool and exciting ... subs are horrible and scary ... A funny family exhibition looking at the Horrible side of life as a submariner. (023) 9254 5036, submarine-museum.co.uk.

PETERSFIELD: Bedales Gallery, Church Road, Steep. 10am-1pm. Documentary Photography from Bangladesh. The photographer, curator and activist Shahidul Alam is the founder of the award-winning Drik Agency and Pathshala, the leading South Asian Institute of Photography. (01730) 711511, bedales.org.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: City Museum and Records Office, Museum Road. 10am-5pm. No Place Like Pompey ... looking at some of the things that make Portsmouth special. Football in the City: a space in the heart of Portsmouth ... devoted to the beautiful game. A Study in Sherlock ... uncovering the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection. (023) 9282 7261, portsmouthmuseums.co.uk.

FILMS

PORTSMOUTH: No 6 Cinema, Boathouse 6, Historic Dockyard. Adele Blanc Sec (12A); 7pm. France, 2010. Subtitled. Directed by Luc Besson. Starring: Louise Bourgoin, Mathieu Amalric and Gillles Lellouche. Admission £7.50, concs. 07435 029 408, no6cinema.co.uk.

GIGS

FAREHAM: Ashcroft Arts Centre, Osborn Road. 7.30pm. Maddy Prior in concert with Giles Lewin and Hannah James. Admission £18.50, concs. (01329) 223100.

FAREHAM: Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road. 7.30pm. Showaddywaddy. Admission £19. (01329) 231942, fernehamhall.co.uk.

FAREHAM: Hill Park MWM Club. Blues Brothers Inc. Tribute night. Admission £3 members, £5 guests.

LISS: The White Eagle Lodge, New Lands, Brewells Lane, Rake (GU33 7HY). 7.30pm. The Fire and The Rose. Featuring the voices and instrumentals of Lucinda Drayton and Russell Oliver Stone with supporting musicians and dancers. Celebrating the 20th birthday of the Inner Yoga Trust. Admission £15. (01730) 893300, thefireandtherose.com.

PORTSMOUTH: Cellars at Eastney, 56, Cromwell Road. 7.30pm-11.15pm. The Planes. Indie rock. 023) 9282 6249, thecellars.co.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: RMA Tavern, Cromwell Road, Eastney. 8.30pm. Power of Three. rmatavern.co.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: The Shearer Arms, Shearer Road. 8.30pm. Kenny Mayes.

ROGATE: Village Hall, North Street. 7pm doors for 8pm. Chris Rainbow. Presented by Oakgate CMC. (01730) 892498.

ROWLANDS CASTLE: The Fountain, 34, The Green. 8.30pm. The Raiders. All welcome.

SOUTHAMPTON: The Joiners Arms, 141, St Mary’s Street. 7.30pm. Billy Lunn (The Subways). Acoustic. Solo sessions. Admission £8. (023) 8022 5612.

SOUTHSEA: Jolly Sailor, 54, Clarence Road. 8.30pm. Le Freak. Five-piece band with ’70s tunes(023) 9229 5195.

SOUTHSEA: The 149 Club, Albert Road. 7.30pm doors. The Driscoll Brothers. Duo with music for all ages, ’50s to today. Admission free before 8pm; members £2, guests £3 after.

SOUTHSEA: The Golden Eagle, Delamere Road. 8.30pm. Stone Free. (023) 9282 1658.

STAGE

BORDON: Phoenix Arts Centre, Barbados House, Station Road. 2pm. Babar The Little Elephant. An interactive concert for younger children and their families, presented by Big Mount Piano Tales. Admission £6.50, concs. (01420) 472 664.

CHICHESTER: Minerva Theatre, Oaklands Park. 2.45m, 7.45pm. Another Country. By Julian Mitchell. Directed by Jeremy Herrin. Scandal in a 1930s English public school. Admission: £30.50, concs. (01243) 781312 or cft.org.uk.

GUILDFORD: Main Stage, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Millbrook. 4pm, 8pm. Fascinating Aïda: Charm Offensive. A brand new show. Admission: £18.50-£19.50, concs. (01483) 440000, yvonne-arnaud.co.uk.

HAVANT: The Spring, East Street. 11.30am, 2.30pm. How To Catch A Star. Based on the best selling children’s picture book by Oliver Jeffers. Presented by Blunderbus Theatre Company for small people aged three to seven. Admission £8, concs. (023) 9247 2700, thespring.co.uk.

HEDGE END: The Berry Theatre, Wildern Lane (SO30 4EJ). Opera Comique – Gilbert and Sullivan Festival. 2pm, The Grand Duke, performed by Christchurch G&S Society. Admission £8. 6pm, Pre-concert talk given by Roger and Rosemary Wild. Admission free. 7.30pm, Yeoman of the Guard, performed by Opera Comique. Admission £8. (01489) 799499,

theberrytheatre.co.uk, operacomique.org.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: Groundlings Theatre at The Old Benny, 42, Kent Street, Portsea. 8pm. Blithe Spirit. Noël Coward comedy. Admission: £14, concs. (023) 9273 7370, groundlings.co.uk.

SOUTHAMPTON: Mayflower Theatre, Commercial Road. 3pm, 7pm. Slava’s Snow Show. Created and staged by Slava. Admission: £15-£29. (023) 8071 1811, mayflower.org.uk.

WALKS & TALKS

GREATHAM: meet Greatham Village car park (GR SU775 307). 9.50am. Petersfield Ramblers Club Walk. A four-mile walk. Cars leave Petersfield Town Station at 9.30am. (01730) 263367.

TOMORROW

CONCERTS

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square. 3pm. Milton Glee Club Choir: Celebrating Portsmouth’s Heroes. With the Royal Marines Association Band. A family concert with music from shows and movies. Admission £8-£13, concs. (023) 9282 4355, portsmouthguildhall.org.uk.

COMEDY

WINCHESTER: Theatre Royal, Jewry Street. 8pm. Simon Evans: Friendly Fire. Part of Winchester Comedy Festival. Admission £15. (01962) 840440, theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk.

DANCING

GOSPORT: Thorngate Halls, Bury Road. 7pm-10pm. 50-50 Dance. Admission £4.50.

EVENTS

BURITON: St Mary’s Church, North Lane. 10am-4pm. Harvest Flower Festival. Cream teas.

FAREHAM: Hill Park MWM Club. Evening Bingo and Quiz in the Lounge.

PETERSFIELD: Churcher’s College, Ramshill (GU31 4AS). Grand Car Boot Sale. No traders. Genuine bargains. Refreshments. Boots £5. To book email marceaton@btopenworld.com.

PETERSFIELD: Market Square. 10am-2pm. Hampshire Farmers’ Market. Enjoy the taste of local food.

PETERSFIELD: The Heath, Heath Road East. 2pm-6.30pm. Taro Fair. Includes fun fair, with children’s rides, a wide variety of stalls, etc. Fun for all the family.

PORTSMOUTH: Bransbury Park, Eastney. 2pm-5pm. Miniature Railway Rides. Portsmouth Model Engineering Society members offer rides on steam and/or electric locomotives (weather permitting). Rides are 40p per person for two circuits of track. portsmouthmes.co.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: St Faith’s Church, Crasswell Street, Landport. 6.30pm. St Faith’s Patronal Mass. A celebration of the life of the Church of St Faith and the community it serves. The service will be followed by refreshments. a chance to meet old friends and to make new ones.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, B Level, Queen Alexandra Hospital. Midday-3.30pm. Art Exhibition. Featuring works by Val Carter. Organised by the QA League of Friends. (023) 9238 7284.

EMSWORTH: Museum, 10b, North Street. 2.30pm-4.30pm. Chichester Harbour – A Year In Photographs. Exhibition celebrating a community project of photographing the natural beauty of Chichester Harbour every day for a year. (01243) 373780, emsworthmuseum.co.uk.

GOSPORT: RN Submarine Museum, Haslar Road (PO12 2AS). 10am-4.30pm. Horrible Science of Submarines. Subs are cool and exciting ... subs are horrible and scary ... A funny family exhibition looking at the Horrible side of life as a submariner. (023) 9254 5036, submarine-museum.co.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: City Museum and Records Office, Museum Road. 10am-5pm. No Place Like Pompey ... looking at some of the things that make Portsmouth special. Football in the City: a space in the heart of Portsmouth ... devoted to the beautiful game. A Study in Sherlock ... uncovering the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection. (023) 9282 7261, portsmouthmuseums.co.uk.

GIGS

CHICHESTER: Bull’s Head, 99, Fishbourne Road, Fishbourne (PO19 3JP). 8.15pm-11pm. Milton James Duo and Friends. Traditional jazz band. (01243) 839895.

PORTSMOUTH: Cellars at Eastney, 56, Cromwell Road. 7.30pm-11.15pm. Brilleaux with Mr Mountain. NZ’s hard-driving R&B band hits the UK. (023) 9282 6249, thecellars.co.uk.

ROWLANDS CASTLE: The Fountain, 34, The Green. 2pm-6pm. Acoustic Afternoon with Keith, Graham and friends. All welcome.

SOUTHAMPTON: The Joiners Arms, 141, St Mary’s Street. 7.30pm. The Last Carnival. Admission £6. (023) 8022 5612.

SOUTHSEA: Edge of the Wedge, Albert Road. 7.30pm. The Younger. Plus: Sights; At The Lighthouse; and Let’s Be Frank. Admission £4. (023) 9286 3911.

SOUTHSEA: Fifth Hants Volunteer Arms, Albert Road. 3pm. Velvet Imagination. Soul, funk, blues, jazz.

SOUTHSEA: Jolly Sailor, 54, Clarence Road. 6pm. The Fabulous Rachael Hawnt. (023) 9229 5195.

SOUTHSEA: Wedgewood Rooms, Albert Road. 8pm. Johnny Borrell and Zazou. Plus: David J Roch and Z Berg. Admission £10. (023) 9286 3911.

STAGE

SOUTHAMPTON: Mayflower Theatre, Commercial Road. 7.30pm. Ha Ha Holmes! There’s a beast on the moors, a crime to be solved and with the Ha Ha team on the case, what can go right? Admission: £20. (023) 8071 1811, mayflower.org.uk.

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