What’s on from Friday, November 27 – Thursday, December 3, 2015

See an exhibition of classic children's television programmes at Portsmouth Museum
See an exhibition of classic children's television programmes at Portsmouth Museum

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TODAY

EVENTS

MILTON: Beddow Library, Milton Road. 10.30am-12.30pm. Milton Social Group. A group for those aged 50 and over to meet new people. For more information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705 or email julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

PAULSGROVE: Paulsgrove Healthy Living Centre, Allaway Avenue. 2-4pm. Friendship Club. A group for those aged 50 and over to meet new people. For more information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705 or e-mail julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 10am-4pm. David Johnson. Member of the Solent Aviation Art Society and Fareham Art Group. Free entry. Call (023) 9238 7284 for more information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A contemporary installation in the Queen Anne townhouse by the American multimedia artist Michael Petry. Utilising traditional glass-making techniques Petry’s installation creates a dialogue with the Gallery’s historic glass collections, exploring questions of gender, craftsmanship and decoration. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. David Remfry: We Think the World of You. A selection of drawings of people with their dogs by British artist David Remfry RA, taken from the newly published book We Think The World of You. Featuring well-known faces including Alan Cumming, Susan Sarandon, Ethan Hawke and philanthropist Agnes Gund. The exhibition includes a selection from the series which started 10 years ago in New York when Remfry started to explore the relationship between friends and their dogs through evocative pencil and watercolour portraits. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. David Jones: Vision and Memory. David Jones (1895-1974) was a painter, engraver, poet and maker of inscriptions. This exhibition displays some 80 works from throughout Jones’s life. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

HAVANT: The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, 56 East Street, PO9 1BS. 10am-5.30pm. The Passage of Tea Time:

Gillian Hawkins. This exhibition of photographs by Gillian Hawkins links images of vintage china with the original makers in Stoke-on-Trent. It also examines manufacturers’ marks (backstamps), as well as documenting sites where the china was manufactured. Call (023) 9247 2700 or visit thespring.co.uk for more information.

PETERSFIELD: Flora Twort Gallery, Church Path Studio, 21 The Square, GU32 3HS. 10am-4pm. Exhibition by the Association for Contemporary Jewellery. Members of the association will showcase their individual pieces of handmade jewellery, available to purchase. By Sarah Macrae, Ulli Kaiser, Ruta Brown, Sheila Joughin, Sharon Justice and Jeanne Werge Hartley. Call Amanda Harwood on 01730 260756 or e-mail education@petersfieldmuseum.co.uk for more information. 
PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Museum, Museum Road, PO1 2LJ. 10am-5pm. The Story of Children’s Television. The story of children’s television from 1946 to today. Tracing the history of children’s television, bringing together seven decades of iconic objects, memorabilia, merchandise, clips and images. With interactives for kids. Free admission. Call (023) 9283 4779 or visit portsmouthcitymuseums.co.uk for more information.

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 10am-4pm. David Johnson. Member of the Solent Aviation Art Society and Fareham Art Group. Free entry. Call (023) 9238 7284 for more information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A contemporary installation in the Queen Anne townhouse by the American multimedia artist Michael Petry. Utilising traditional glass-making techniques Petry’s installation creates a dialogue with the Gallery’s historic glass collections, exploring questions of gender, craftsmanship and decoration. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. David Remfry: We Think the World of You. A selection of drawings of people with their dogs by British artist David Remfry RA, taken from the newly published book We Think The World of You. Featuring well-known faces including Alan Cumming, Susan Sarandon, Ethan Hawke and philanthropist Agnes Gund. The exhibition includes a selection from the series which started 10 years ago in New York when Remfry started to explore the relationship between friends and their dogs through evocative pencil and watercolour portraits. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. David Jones: Vision and Memory. David Jones (1895-1974) was a painter, engraver, poet and maker of inscriptions. This exhibition displays some 80 works from throughout Jones’s life. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

HAVANT: The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, 56 East Street, PO9 1BS. 10am-5.30pm. The Passage of Tea Time:

Gillian Hawkins. This exhibition of photographs by Gillian Hawkins links images of vintage china with the original makers in Stoke-on-Trent. It also examines manufacturers’ marks (backstamps), as well as documenting sites where the china was manufactured. Call (023) 9247 2700 or visit thespring.co.uk for more information.

PETERSFIELD: Flora Twort Gallery, Church Path Studio, 21 The Square, GU32 3HS. 10am-4pm. Exhibition by the Association for Contemporary Jewellery. Members of the association will showcase their individual pieces of handmade jewellery, available to purchase. By Sarah Macrae, Ulli Kaiser, Ruta Brown, Sheila Joughin, Sharon Justice and Jeanne Werge Hartley. Call Amanda Harwood on 01730 260756 or e-mail education@petersfieldmuseum.co.uk for more information. 
PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Museum, Museum Road, PO1 2LJ. 10am-5pm. The Story of Children’s Television. The story of children’s television from 1946 to today. Tracing the history of children’s television, bringing together seven decades of iconic objects, memorabilia, merchandise, clips and images. With interactives for kids. Free admission. Call (023) 9283 4779 or visit portsmouthcitymuseums.co.uk for more information.

GIGS

PORTSMOUTH: Auckland Arms, Netley Road, Southsea PO5 3NB. 8.30pm. The Eric Ash Band, formerly the Jack Daniels Band.

MARKETS

FAREHAM: Stubbington Library, Stubbington Lane, PO14 2PP. 9am-12pm. Stubbington Country Market. With cakes, savouries, dairy and gluten free products, crafts, flowers, fruit and vegetables. Everything is home baked, hand crafted, or home grown. Free parking.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, PO1 2AB. 11.30am-5.30/6.30pm. Street food Fridays. Hot and cold food from local food traders.

STAGE

HORNDEAN: Merchistoun Hall, Portsmouth Road, PO8 9LJ. 7.30pm. Charley’s Aunt. A farce by Brandon Thomas. Call (023) 9278 5800 for more information.

SOUTHAMPTON: Soberton Village Hall, School Hill, SO32 3PF. 2.30pm. Beauty and the Beast. A pantomime by Ben Crocker. Call (023) 9263 2551 for more information.

WALKS & TALKS

FARLINGTON: Meet in second car park at Farlington Marshes. 10.30am. Farlington Marshes walk. Sturdy shoes for this walk across farmland and exposed open footpaths around the marshes. Led by volunteer walk leaders and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.

SOUTHSEA: Meet at the Pyramids Centre. 10.30am. Seafront walk. Walk along the promenade. Suitable for all. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.


lTOMORROW

EVENTS

PORTSMOUTH: Eastney Beam Engine House, Henderson Road, Eastney. 1-5pm. Open day.

FAREHAM: St Columba Church, Hillson Drive, 10am to midday. Christmas fair.

There will be stalls selling crafts, books, cakes and drinks, as well as a raffle and a tombola.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 10am-4pm. David Johnson. Member of the Solent Aviation Art Society and Fareham Art Group. Free entry. Call (023) 9238 7284 for more information. Please note a shortage of volunteers means weekends are not always open.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A contemporary installation in the Queen Anne townhouse by the American multimedia artist Michael Petry. Utilising traditional glass-making techniques Petry’s installation creates a dialogue with the Gallery’s historic glass collections, exploring questions of gender, craftsmanship and decoration. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. David Remfry: We Think the World of You. A selection of drawings of people with their dogs by British artist David Remfry RA, taken from the newly published book We Think The World of You. Featuring well-known faces including Alan Cumming, Susan Sarandon, Ethan Hawke and philanthropist Agnes Gund. The exhibition includes a selection from the series which started 10 years ago in New York when Remfry started to explore the relationship between friends and their dogs through evocative pencil and watercolour portraits. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. David Jones: Vision and Memory. David Jones (1895-1974) was a painter, engraver, poet and maker of inscriptions. This exhibition displays some 80 works from throughout Jones’s life. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

HAVANT: The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, 56 East Street, PO9 1BS. 10am-4pm. The Passage of Tea Time:

Gillian Hawkins. This exhibition of photographs by Gillian Hawkins links images of vintage china with the original makers in Stoke-on-Trent. It also examines manufacturers’ marks (backstamps), as well as documenting sites where the china was manufactured. Call (023) 9247 2700 or visit thespring.co.uk for more information.

PETERSFIELD: Flora Twort Gallery, Church Path Studio, 21 The Square, GU32 3HS. 10am-4pm. Exhibition by the Association for Contemporary Jewellery. Members of the association will showcase their individual pieces of handmade jewellery, available to purchase. By Sarah Macrae, Ulli Kaiser, Ruta Brown, Sheila Joughin, Sharon Justice and Jeanne Werge Hartley. Call Amanda Harwood on 01730 260756 or e-mail education@petersfieldmuseum.co.uk for more information. 
PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Museum, Museum Road, PO1 2LJ. 10am-5pm. The Story of Children’s Television. The story of children’s television from 1946 to today. Tracing the history of children’s television, bringing together seven decades of iconic objects, memorabilia, merchandise, clips and images. With interactives for kids. Free admission. Call (023) 9283 4779 or visit portsmouthcitymuseums.co.uk for more information.

WICKHAM: St Nicholas’s Church, Southwick Road. 10am-4pm. Advent Angel exhibition and advent market. Admission by donation to church funds.

GIGS

PORTSMOUTH: The Shearer Arms, 72 Shearer Road, PO1 5LP. 8.30pm until late. Kenny Mayes singing 50s and 60s music. Free admission.

PORTSMOUTH: The Fountain Sports Bar, 163 London Road, PO2 9AA. Soul Flame. Call 07881 898131 for more information.

STAGE

HORNDEAN: Merchistoun Hall, Portsmouth Road, PO8 9LJ. 7.30pm. Charley’s Aunt. A farce by Brandon Thomas. Call (023) 9278 5800 for more information.

SOUTHAMPTON: Soberton Village Hall, School Hill, SO32 3PF. 2.30pm & 7.30pm. Beauty and the Beast. A pantomime by Ben Crocker. Call (023) 9263 2551 for more information.

WALKS & TALKS

HILSEA: Meet at the Blue Lagoon, London Road, PO2 9RP. 10.30am. Walk. Walk along the foreshore footpath to the Mountbatten Centre and back. A flat and paved route. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders, and organised by Portsmouth City Council’s Independence & Wellbeing Team. Contact (023) 9284 1762 for information.

lSUNDAY
EVENTS

PORTSMOUTH: Eastney Beam Engine House, Henderson Road, Eastney. 1-5pm. Open day.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Museum, Museum Road. 2.30pm. Why Do We Say That? Talk on the origins of expressions. Tickets in advance from D-Day Musuem or the musuem. £3.

PORTSMOUTH: Mountbatten Centre, Tipner. 2.30-4.30pm. Primary schools’ Christmas party. £4.50 per person.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 10am-4pm. David Johnson. Member of the Solent Aviation Art Society and Fareham Art Group. Free entry. Call (023) 9238 7284 for more information. Please note a shortage of volunteers means weekends are not always open.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 11am-5pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A contemporary installation in the Queen Anne townhouse by the American multimedia artist Michael Petry. Utilising traditional glass-making techniques Petry’s installation creates a dialogue with the Gallery’s historic glass collections, exploring questions of gender, craftsmanship and decoration. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 11am-5pm. David Remfry: We Think the World of You. A selection of drawings of people with their dogs by British artist David Remfry RA, taken from the newly published book We Think The World of You. Featuring well-known faces including Alan Cumming, Susan Sarandon, Ethan Hawke and philanthropist Agnes Gund. The exhibition includes a selection from the series which started 10 years ago in New York when Remfry started to explore the relationship between friends and their dogs through evocative pencil and watercolour portraits. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. David Jones: Vision and Memory. David Jones (1895-1974) was a painter, engraver, poet and maker of inscriptions. This exhibition displays some 80 works from throughout Jones’s life. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

WICKHAM: St Nicholas’s Church, Southwick Road. 12pm-4pm. Advent Angel exhibition and advent market. Admission by donation to church funds.

WALKS & TALKS

MILTON: Meet at The Good Companion P.H., Moorings Way. 2.30pm. Milton foreshore. A brisk walk over the uneven footpaths across the common to the shore. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.FRATTON: Meet at The Bridge Centre, Fratton, 10.30am. Victoria Park Walk. Buggy and wheelchair friendly walk. New walkers to arrive early to register. Call (023) 9268 8390.

SOUTHSEA: Meet at South Parade Pier. 1pm. Pier to Pier Walk. Ideal for buggies and wheelchairs. New walkers to arrive early to register. Call (023) 9268 8390.

SOUTHSEA: Canoe Lake, Memorial where buses terminate. 1pm. Short Canoe Lake Walk. Slow short walk of 30 minutes. Call (023) 9268 8390.

WORKSHOPS

HAVANT: The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, 56 East Street, PO9 1BS. 10.30am. Craft 4 Kids. An informal drop-in craft session where children of all ages can use their imaginations to make whatever they want. All materials provided. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Call (023) 9247 2700 or visit thespring.co.uk for more information.

lMONDAY
CLASSES
SOUTHSEA: St Swithun’s Church Hall, PO5 2PL. 6pm-8.30pm. Martial arts. Tai Chi 6-7pm and Kung Fu 7-8.30pm. First lesson free. Contact 078130 06569 for more information.

DANCING

STUBBINGTON: Crofton Community Centre, Stubbington Lane, PO14 2PP. 9.30am-10.30am. Dancin’ Fit. To help you achieve the body you’ve always wanted and have a great time getting there. £4. Contact 07979 800299 for more information.

EVENTS

COPNOR: North End Baptist Church, Powerscourt Road. 10am-12pm. Copnor Coffee Club. A group for those aged 50 and over to meet new people. For more information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705 or e-mail julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

COSHAM: Cosham Library, Spur Road. 2pm-4pm. Craft Group. A group for those aged 50 and over to meet new people. For more information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705 or email julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.
COWPLAIN: The Borrow Centre, London Road, PO8 8DB. 1.30pm-3.30pm. Crafty Needles Club. Bring your own craft work and join in with making a special project. All are welcome. £2.50 per session. Tea cakes provided. Contact Carole on (023) 9261 5916 or The Borrow Centre on (023) 9226 6423.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 10am-4pm. David Johnson. Member of the Solent Aviation Art Society and Fareham Art Group. Free entry. Call (023) 9238 7284 for more information.

HAVANT: The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, 56 East Street, PO9 1BS. 10am-5.30pm. The Passage of Tea Time:

Gillian Hawkins. This exhibition of photographs by Gillian Hawkins links images of vintage china with the original makers in Stoke-on-Trent. It also examines manufacturers’ marks (backstamps), as well as documenting sites where the china was manufactured. Call (023) 9247 2700 or visit thespring.co.uk for more information. 
TOURS

PORTSMOUTH: The Mary Rose Museum, Main Rd, Portsmouth PO1 3PY. 11.30am & 3pm. Highlights tours. Take an hour long tour of the Mary Rose exhibitions with a guide. 15 spaces per tour. £5 per person. Visitors will need to purchase the tickets at the Gift Shop in the Mary Rose Museum. Call (023) 9281 2931.

WALKS & TALKS

FRATTON: Meet at The Bridge Centre, Fratton, 10.30am. Victoria Park Walk. Buggy and wheelchair friendly walk. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.

SOUTHSEA: Meet at South Parade Pier. 1pm. Pier to Pier Walk. Ideal for buggies and wheelchairs. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.

SOUTHSEA: Canoe Lake, Memorial where buses terminate. 1pm. Short Canoe Lake Walk. Slow short walk of 30 minutes. Led by volunteer walk leaders and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.

lTUESDAY

EXHIBITIONS

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Museum, Museum Road, PO1 2LJ. 10am-5pm. The Story of Children’s Television. The story of children’s television from 1946 to today. Tracing the history of children’s television, bringing together seven decades of memorabilia, merchandise, clips and images. With interactives for kids. Free admission. Call (023) 9283 4779 or visit portsmouthcitymuseums.co.uk for more information.

lWEDNESDAY

LECTURE

PORTSMOUTH: Portland Building, Portland Street PO1 3AH. 6pm. Justin Smith Lecture. Revolution in culture as a result of advances in technology.

lTHURSDAY

CONCERTS

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall. 7.30pm. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Sibelius 150. Tickets from £14.75.

FILM

PORTSMOUTH: Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue PO1 2DJ. 7pm. The Grand Budapest Hotel (15). £6.