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DANCING

SOUTHSEA: The Jolly Sailor, Southsea, PO5 2EU. 8pm. Cuban club. Five styles of latin dance and music. Tickets £4 including one free lesson. Call 07850 327174 for more details.

EVENTS

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.

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 email julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

SOUTHSEA: Glasshouse, The Pyramids Centre, Clarence Esplanade, PO5 3ST. 5pm-10pm. Friday Nights on the Terrace. BBQ & Bar. Call (023) 9279 9977 for more information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A new 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. Kenneth Rowntree: A Centenary Exhibition. Touring from the Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden, this exhibition marks the centenary of the birth of Kenneth Rowntree (1915 – 1997), one of Britain’s best loved artists, known for his works in oil and watercolour. A contemporary of Edward Bawden RA, Michael Rothenstein RA, and Eric Ravilious, with whom he became great friends, the influence of a generation of English artist-designers is evident in his remarkable range of work. The exhibition features oil, acrylic, watercolour and gouache paintings, along with drawings, prints and posters, spanning the 1930s – 1980s. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

FAREHAM: Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson, Portsdown Hill Road, Portchester, PO17 6AN. 10am-5pm. Threads Of War. Exhibition of contemporary textiles inspired by the First World War, created by members of the 1914-18 Commemorative Quilts and Textiles Group. Admission free. Call 01329 233734 for more details.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. Guildhall A Moment in Time. The Portsmouth Room will host a selection of archive images of the Guildhall from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Reproduced from the collections of Portsmouth Museums, highlights include the moment the Guildhall’s foundation stone was laid and a visit from the future Edward VIII. Launched as part Guildhall’s birthday celebrations. Visit portsmouthguildhall.co.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. The Deconstruction of Fairy Tales through Architecture. This exhibition explores many of the customs, elements, and traditions that link back to Folklore, where the act of storytelling has been the most popular and still remains active in today’s modern society. Fairy tales have been expressed throughout all cultures and religions. The interpretation of such stories, and the importance they obtain, is spread across a vast spectrum, where it is believed that some were told for entertainment, whereas others were for raising awareness and caution. Call (023) 9284 5185 or visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk for more information.

GIGS

SOUTHSEA: The Golden Eagle, 1 Delamere Road, PO4 0JA. Spike’s Classic Vinyl Rock Roadshow.

SOUTHSEA: Rosie’s Vineyard, 87 Elm Grove, PO5 1JF. 8.30pm-11pm. Milton James Hot Four. Live music from a traditional jazz band. Admission free. Contact (023) 9275 5944 for more information.

STAGE

CHICHESTER: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, PO19 6AP. 7.45pm. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me. Play by Frank McGuiness. Based on the experiences of those taken hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is playwright Frank McGuinness’s hymn to the defiant power of the human spirit and the creative imagination. Directed by Michael Attenborough. Tickets between £20-£25. People aged 16-25 can get tickets for £8.50. Visit www.cft.org.uk for more information.

HAVANT: The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, East Street, PO9 1BS. 7.30pm. Arsenic and Old Lace. Play by Joseph Kesselring. Tickets £9, concessions £8. Call (023) 9247 2700 for more information.

WALKS & TALKS

SOUTSHEA: Meet at the Pyramids Centre. 6.30pm. 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.

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COFFEE

PORTSMOUTH: St Faith’s Church, Crasswell Street, Landport. 10am. Coffee Morning. Coffee, chat, cakes and a chance to raise funds and to help mark the celebrations for St Faith’s Day.

CONCERTS

PORTSMOUTH: St James Church Hall, Milton. 7pm. The Quiristers from Winchester College. Performance directed by Dr Malcolm Archer. Tickets are £5 and will be available on the door, or you can phone 07512 354481. Proceeds will go towards the Quiristers Foundation, and the memorial fund in memory of the late Brian Webb.

EVENTS

FAREHAM: Unit 32, Regents Trade Park, PO13 0EQ. 9.30am-12.30pm. First Aid Course. By first aid charity St John Ambulance. £30. Call 0303 003 0101 for more information. You can also book online at sja.org.uk.

FARLINGTON: St. Andrew’s Church Hall, PO6 1AA. 7pm. Quiz night with fish and chips supper. For catering purposes, please email office@farlingtonparish.co.uk to inform the organisers of your choice of food. Call (023) 9242 1849 for more information.

GOSPORT: Thorngate Hall, Bury Road, PO12 3PX. 8pm-11.30pm. End of Summer Ball. In aid of NSPCC. Dance demonstration. Music provided by Colin Mansbridge. Bar available. Tickets £12.50. Contact Barry Sears on (023) 9252 9768 if you would like further information.

HAVANT: The Old House at Home, 2 South Street, PO9 1DA. Charity night. Live music, a raffle and a quiz. Raising money for the British Heart Foundation, in memory of Dave Gates. Contact Alison on 07966 939484 for more information.

HAVANT: Empower Centre Havant

Botley Drive, PO9 4PJ. 11.30am-2pm. Love Leigh Park Open Day. Open to everyone. Fun activities for all the family to enjoy, including a bouncy castle, a manicure corner, face painting, a games room and a variety of craft activities. Refreshments will also be served throughout the day.

PORTSMOUTH: National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, PO1 3NH. 12pm-4pm. Black History Multicultural Day. Celebrate black history month and its links to the Royal Navy. In association with the University of Portsmouth. Learn through activities, crafts, games and so on. Admission is free. Contact (023) 9272 7562 for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Lakeside North Harbour. 10am-4pm. Portsmouth Dragon Boat Festival. Two days of dragon boat racing organised by two Portsmouth rotary clubs. Teams race against each other whilst raising money for chosen charities. Range of activities for all the family including health and sport activities, laser quest, and try archery. Stalls and a bar. Free with car-parking for a donation of £2.

SOUTHSEA: The King’s Theatre, Albert Road. 10am and 1pm. Mister Maker and the Shapes Live! Join the arts and crafts hero Mister Maker, for his first ever live theatre tour. Full of arty adventures. Take part in a big ‘make’ and singalongs. Tickets £13.50 adult, £10 child and £42 for a family of four.

EXHIBITIONS

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Sikert in Dieppe. This exhibition demonstrates British artist Walter Sickert’s vivid interest in everyday life in Dieppe, to which he was a regular visitor for over four decades and a permanent resident from 1898-1905. Over 80 paintings, prints, preparatory drawings and etchings show Sickert’s breadth of subject matter. An accompanying display features works by artists who have been

influenced by Sickert including Frank Auerbach, David Bomberg, Keith Coventry and Celia Paul. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A new 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. Nek Chand: The Rock Garden Sculptures. An installation of sculptures by internationally renowned Outsider artist Nek Chand, creator of the famous sculpture park The Rock Garden of Chandigarh, in India. Over forty figurative concrete and mosaic works created from found objects and on loan from the Nek Chand Foundation will be on display in the Courtyard Garden and Garden Gallery. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Kenneth Rowntree: A Centenary Exhibition. Touring from the Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden, this exhibition marks the centenary of the birth of Kenneth Rowntree (1915 – 1997), one of Britain’s best loved artists, known for his works in oil and watercolour. A contemporary of Edward Bawden RA, Michael Rothenstein RA, and Eric Ravilious, with whom he became great friends, the influence of a generation of English artist-designers is evident in his remarkable range of work. The exhibition features oil, acrylic, watercolour and gouache paintings, along with drawings, prints and posters, spanning the 1930s – 1980s. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

EMSWORTH: Emsworth Museum, 10b North Street, PO10 7DD. 10am-4.30pm. 50th Anniversary of Emsworth Marina. Showing how 50 years ago, Rear Admiral Percy Gick turned the logging pond,

once owned by the boat builder and merchant JD Foster, into a marina. With contemporary accounts and photos, it shows the evolution of the Marina. Contact 01243 378091 or visit emsworthmuseum.org.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. The Deconstruction of Fairy Tales through Architecture. This exhibition explores many of the customs, elements, and traditions that link back to Folklore, where the act of storytelling has been the most popular and still remains active in today’s modern society. Fairy tales have been expressed throughout all cultures and religions. The interpretation of such stories, and the importance they obtain, is spread across a vast spectrum, where it is believed that some were told for entertainment, whereas others were for raising awareness and caution. Call (023) 9284 5185 or visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk for more information.

GIGS

DENMEAD: Harvest Home, Southwick Road, PO7 6LB. 9pm. Live music from Dave Barratt. Free entry.

PORTSMOUTH: The Stag, 183 New Rd, PO2 7QU. 8.30pm-Late. Kenny Mayes 50’s & 60’s Live Music. Free admission.

SOUTHSEA: Three, Palmerston Road. 10pm. Reactor 1. Live music. Reactor1.co.uk.

SOUTHSEA: The Golden Eagle, 1 Delamere Road, PO4 0JA. Shotgun Smile (Punk covers band).

STAGE

CHICHESTER: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, PO19 6AP. 2.45pm. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me. Play by Frank McGuiness. Based on the experiences of those taken hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is playwright Frank McGuinness’s hymn to the defiant power of the human spirit and the creative imagination. Directed by Michael Attenborough. Tickets between £20-£25. People aged 16-25 can get tickets for £8.50. Visit www.cft.org.uk for more information.

HAVANT: The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, East Street, PO9 1BS. 2.30pm and 7.30pm. Arsenic and Old Lace. Play by Joseph Kesselring. Tickets £9, concessions £8. Call (023) 9247 2700 for more information.

HAYLING ISLAND: Station Theatre, Station Road, PO11 0EH. 7.45pm. Salt Of The Earth. A play by John Godber. Call (023) 9246 6363 if you would like further information.

WORKSHOPS

FRATTON: Make & The Craft Kitchen, 1 Cornwall Road. 11am-3pm. Summer Memories Fold Out Scrapbook. Bring along some photos and memorabilia from your summer holidays and use them to create a scrapbook. £20. Visit makesouthsea.com for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 10.15am-11.30am. Top Banana Circus Workshops. For 8-15 year olds. Circus skills can help improve a wide variety of physical abilities including balance, co-ordination, fine and gross motor control and physical fitness. They can also help develop concentration, perseverance, creativity and team-working, as well as improving confidence and self-esteem. Sessions are led by top Banana trainers and circus assistants and include warm-up games, teaching with a wide variety of equipment, and performance development. First session free, single session £6.25 or five sessions £25. For more information and to book tickets, please call 07944 286278 or email topbananacircus@gmail.com.

SUNDAY

CONCERTS

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 3pm. Hampshire music family concert. Performance by the Milton Glee Club together with the Royal Marine Assn, Concert Band and their special guests The Bath Chorus. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Guildhall Box Office, by phone on 0844 847 2362 or online at portsmouthguildhall.org.uk.

DANCING

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

EVENTS

FAREHAM: Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road, PO16 7DB. 10am-4pm. Ferneham Hall Open Day. A day behind the scenes at the theatre bringing together live music, demonstrations, competitions, face painting and acting workshops. also a chance to enjoy performances from local bands. Characters from Frozen will also be in attendance. Admission is free. Contact 01329 231 942 or visit fernehamhall.co.uk for more information.

HAVANT: Havant Spiritualist Church, Brockhampton Lane, PO9 1JB. 11am-12.15pm. Chlidren’s club. Entry £1. Contact (023) 9226 1591 for more information.

MIDHURST: New Grange Centre, Bepton Road, GU29 9HD. 10am-4.30pm. Antique and Collectors Fair. Wide variety of antiques and collectables including china, glass, gold and silver, art deco, jewellery, coins and postcards. Buying and selling. Large free car park. For more information please contact 07747 604541.

PORT SOLENT: 20 The Boardwalk, PO6 4TP. 11am-5pm. Port Solent Waterside Market. Stalls with home furnishings, hmoeade crafts, gifts, jewellery, as well as cakes and treats.

PORTSMOUTH: Lakeside North Harbour. 10am-4pm. Portsmouth Dragon Boat Festival. Two days of dragon boat racing organised by two Portsmouth rotray clubs. Teams race against each other whilst raising money for chosen charities. Range of activities for all the family including health and sport activities, laser quest, and try archery. Stalls and a bar. Free with car-parking for a donation of £2.

PORTSMOUTH: Old Portsmouth Guardhouse, Grand Parade, PO1 2ND. 10am. Sky Ride Local, Waterways & Woodlands. Cycling time 120 minutes across 16 miles. Suitable for children 8+, 8-15 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.

SOUTHSEA: The King’s Theatre, Albert Road. 10am and 1pm. Mister Maker and the Shapes Live! Join the arts and crafts hero Mister Maker, for his first ever live theatre tour. Full of arty adventures. Take part in a big ‘make’ and singalongs. Tickets £13.50 adult, £10 child and £42 for a family of four.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 12pm-3.30pm. The works of Belinda and C. Organised by Q.A League of Friends. Belinda exhibits her floral acrylics and pencil pet portraits. C is known best for exquisite botanical studies in pen and wash. Free entry.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 11am-5pm. Sikert in Dieppe. This exhibition demonstrates British artist Walter Sickert’s vivid interest in everyday life in Dieppe, to which he was a regular visitor for over four decades and a permanent resident from 1898-1905. Over 80 paintings, prints, preparatory drawings and etchings show Sickert’s breadth of subject matter. An accompanying display features works by artists who have been influenced by Sickert including Frank Auerbach, David Bomberg, Keith Coventry and Celia Paul. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 11am-5pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A new 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. Nek Chand: The Rock Garden Sculptures. An installation of sculptures by internationally renowned Outsider artist Nek Chand, creator of the famous sculpture park The Rock Garden of Chandigarh, in India. Over forty figurative concrete and mosaic works created from found objects and on loan from the Nek Chand Foundation will be on display in the Courtyard Garden and Garden Gallery. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 11am-5pm. Kenneth Rowntree: A Centenary Exhibition. Touring from the Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden, this exhibition marks the centenary of the birth of Kenneth Rowntree (1915 – 1997), one of Britain’s best loved artists, known for his works in oil and watercolour. A contemporary of Edward Bawden RA, Michael Rothenstein RA, and Eric Ravilious, with whom he became great friends, the influence of a generation of English artist-designers is evident in his remarkable range of work. The exhibition features oil, acrylic, watercolour and gouache paintings, along with drawings, prints and posters, spanning the 1930s – 1980s. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

EMSWORTH: Emsworth Museum, 10b North Street, PO10 7DD. 2.30pm-4.30pm. 50th Anniversary of Emsworth Marina. Showing how 50 years ago, Rear Admiral Percy Gick turned the logging pond, once owned by the boat builder and merchant JD Foster, into a marina. With contemporary accounts and photos, it shows the evolution of the Marina. Contact 01243 378091 or visit emsworthmuseum.org.uk for more information.

FAREHAM: Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson, Portsdown Hill Road, Portchester, PO17 6AN. 10am-5pm. Threads Of War. Exhibition of contemporary textiles inspired by the First World War, created by members of the 1914-18 Commemorative Quilts and Textiles Group. Admission free. Visit royalarmouries.org or call 01329 233734 for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. The Deconstruction of Fairy Tales through Architecture. This exhibition explores many of the customs, elements, and traditions that link back to Folklore, where the act of storytelling has been the most popular and still remains active in today’s modern society. Fairy tales have been expressed throughout all cultures and religions. The interpretation of such stories, and the importance they obtain, is spread across a vast spectrum, where it is believed that some were told for entertainment, whereas others were for raising awareness and caution. Call (023) 9284 5185 or visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk for more information.

MONDAY

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

COSHAM: Cosham Community Association, Wootton Road, PO6 3AP. 7.30-10pm. M&M’s Modern Sequence Dance Club. New members welcome. Admission £3, tea and biscuits available. Contact Michael or Maureen on (023) 9271 0060 for more information.

GOSPORT: Thorngate Hall, Bury Road. 1.30pm-4pm. Tea Dance. Admission £2.50 including tea and biscuits.

MILTON: Milton Village Hall, 182 Milton Road, PO4 8PR. 8pm. Salsa classes. Learn beginners/improvers salsa dancing and meet a great bunch of people at the same time, including group dances. Tickets £6. Call 07850 327174.

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 email 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 the fun of 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. The works of Belinda and C. Organised by Q.A League of Friends. Belinda exhibits her floral acrylics and pencil pet portraits. C is known best for exquisite botanical studies in pen and wash. Free entry.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. Guildhall A Moment in Time. The Portsmouth Room will host a selection of archive images of the Guildhall from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Reproduced from the collections of Portsmouth Museums, highlights include the moment the Guildhall’s foundation stone was laid and a visit from the future Edward VIII. Launched as part Guildhall’s birthday celebrations. Visit portsmouthguildhall.co.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. The Deconstruction of Fairy Tales through Architecture. This exhibition explores many of the customs, elements, and traditions that link back to Folklore, where the act of storytelling has been the most popular and still remains active in today’s modern society. Fairy tales have been expressed throughout all cultures and religions. The interpretation of such stories, and the importance they obtain, is spread across a vast spectrum, where it is believed that some were told for entertainment, whereas others were for raising awareness and caution. Call (023) 9284 5185 or visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Central Library, Guildhall Square, PO1 2DX. 2pm-4pm. Photography exhibition openining, by Nina Borrowsky. In aid of the Debra charity in Portsmouth. Admission free. Visit ninasimages.co.uk.

STAGE

CHICHESTER: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, PO19 6AP. 7.45pm. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me. Play by Frank McGuiness. Based on the experiences of those taken hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is playwright Frank McGuinness’s hymn to the defiant power of the human spirit and the creative imagination. Directed by Michael Attenborough. Tickets between £20-£25. People aged 16-25 can get tickets for £8.50. Visit www.cft.org.uk for more information.

HAYLING ISLAND: Station Theatre, Station Road, PO11 0EH. 7.45pm. Salt Of The Earth. A play by John Godber. Call (023) 9246 6363 for more information.

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.

SOUTHSEA: Meet at South Parade Pier. 7.30pm. Eastney Seafront Walk. An evening stroll along the seafront towards Eastney and returning to the pier via Eastern Parade. Led by volunteer walk leaders and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.

WORKSHOPS

PAULSGROVE: Paulsgrove Library, Marsden Road, PO6 4JB. 1pm-4pm. Fabric Flowers. Free. Contact any Portsmouth Library or email Linda Collins at linda.collins@portsmouthcc.gov.uk to book your place.

TUESDAY

DANCING

HAYLING ISLAND: Royal British Legion, Hayling Island, PO11 9ES. 8pm. Salsa classes. Learn beginners and extended beginners salsa with a fantastic night of fun and entertainment at their salsa school, group dances and lots more. Tickets £6. Call 07850 327174 for more details.

TITCHFIELD: Titchfield Community Centre, Mill Street. 1.30pm-4pm. Tea Dance. Admission £2 including tea and biscuits.

EVENTS

HAVANT: Avenue Lawn Tennis and Squash Club, PO9 2RS. 7pm. Bridge Players Wanted. Friendly bridge club needing new members. Meet every Tuesday evening. Beginners are welcome, but some knowledge and experience of bridge is necessary. No need to bring a partner. Open to adults, who can also use the bar area and social club membership. Please contact Linda Collins on 07826 000330, Angela and Nigel Peake on 01243 372718 or email angela.nigel.peake@gmail.com.

HILSEA: Howard Road Community Centre, Howard Road, off of Northern Parade. 10.30am-12.30pm. Hilsea Social Group. A chance to meet new people. Group for those aged 50 and over. For further information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705.

PORTCHESTER: Portchester Methodist Church Hall. 7.30pm. Vietnam Hill Tribe Trek and Community Project. The Portchester Society.

PORTSMOUTH: Oasis- Centre, Arundel Street. 2pm. 50+ Job Club. Run by Personal Choice.

PORTSMOUTH: St Faith’s Church, Crasswell Street, Landport. 7.30pm. St Faith’s Patronal Mass. A celebration of the life of the Church of St Faith’s and the community it serves. The service will be followed by refreshments. A chance to meet old friends and to make new ones.

PORTSMOUTH: St Nicholas Church Hall, Battenburg Avenue. 7.30pm-9.30pm. Solent Male Voice Choir. Seeking new members. Come along and sit in one of the rehearsal evenings. For more details visit smvc.co.uk or contact (023) 9282 9214.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Museum, Museum Road, PO1 2LJ. 10.30am-2.30pm. The Teddy Bear Doctors. Bring your teddy bear along for free advice on identification, age or ‘clinical needs’ from local bear experts and teddy restorers, Julie and Amanda from Bear It In Mind. There will be demonstrations of traditional bear making techniques throughout the day. Small charge for minor repairs including eye replacements or claw stitching. Free, drop in, no need to book. Visit portsmouthcitymuseums.co.uk for more information.

SOUTHSEA: The White Horse Pub, Southsea Terrace. 2pm-4pm. Southsea Seniors. A chance to meet new people. Group for those aged 50 and over. For further information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705 or email julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

EXHIBITIONS

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Nek Chand: The Rock Garden Sculptures. An installation of sculptures by internationally renowned Outsider artist Nek Chand, creator of the famous sculpture park The Rock Garden of Chandigarh, in India. Over forty figurative concrete and mosaic works created from found objects and on loan from the Nek Chand Foundation will be on display in the Courtyard Garden and Garden Gallery. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Kenneth Rowntree: A Centenary Exhibition. Touring from the Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden, this exhibition marks the centenary of the birth of Kenneth Rowntree (1915 – 1997), one of Britain’s best loved artists, known for his works in oil and watercolour. A contemporary of Edward Bawden RA, Michael Rothenstein RA, and Eric Ravilious, with whom he became great friends, the influence of a generation of English artist-designers is evident in his remarkable range of work. The exhibition features oil, acrylic, watercolour and gouache paintings, along with drawings, prints and posters, spanning the 1930s – 1980s. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. Guildhall A Moment in Time. The Portsmouth Room will host a selection of archive images of the Guildhall from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Reproduced from the collections of Portsmouth Museums, highlights include the moment the Guildhall’s foundation stone was laid and a visit from the future Edward VIII. Launched as part Guildhall’s birthday celebrations. Visit portsmouthguildhall.co.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. The Deconstruction of Fairy Tales through Architecture. This exhibition explores many of the customs, elements, and traditions that link back to Folklore, where the act of storytelling has been the most popular and still remains active in today’s modern society. Fairy tales have been expressed throughout all cultures and religions. The interpretation of such stories, and the importance they obtain, is spread across a vast spectrum, where it is believed that some were told for entertainment, whereas others were for raising awareness and caution. Call (023) 9284 5185 or visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Central Library, Guildhall Square, PO1 2DX. 9.30am-6pm. Photography Exhibition: Nina Borrowsky. In aid of the Debra charity in Portsmouth. Admission free. Visit ninasimages.co.uk.

GIGS

PORTSMOUTH: The RMA Tavern, 58 Cromwell Road, PO4 9PN. Rock ‘n’ Roll Open Mike Night with Robin Quigley. All welcome and free entry, rmatavern.co.uk.

STAGE

CHICHESTER: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, PO19 6AP. 7.45pm. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me. Play by Frank McGuiness. Based on the experiences of those taken hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is playwright Frank McGuinness’s hymn to the defiant power of the human spirit and the creative imagination. Directed by Michael Attenborough. Tickets between £20-£25. People aged 16-25 can get tickets for £8.50. Visit www.cft.org.uk for more information.
HAYLING ISLAND: Station Theatre, Station Road, PO11 0EH. 7.45pm. Salt Of The Earth. A play by John Godber. Call (023) 9246 6363 for more information.

WALKS & TALKS

PORTSMOUTH: Meet at Buckland Community Centre, Malins Road. 10.30am. Stamshaw foreshore walk. Healthy walk with views to Portchester Castle. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders, and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.

PORTSMOUTH: Meet outside Civic Offices, Guildhall Square. 12.15pm. Lunchtime walk. Take a break with this brisk walk to Gunwharf or Southsea and back. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders, and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. (023) 9268 8390.

WORKSHOPS

FAREHAM: Methodist Church Hall, King’s Road, Fareham PO16 0NU. 7.30pm-9pm. Harmony singing. An opportunity to have a go at harmony (a-capella) singing. By the end of the evening, you’ll be singing a harmony part with the full chorus. For women aged 16 and over. No experience necessary, just turn up on the evening. for more information contact Fiona on 07748 545180 or visit solentsoundschorus.org.

FRATTON: Make & The Craft Kitchen, 1 Cornwall Road. 7pm-9pm. Printed Wrapping Paper and Gift Tags. Print your own wrapping paper and create designs with paint, stamps, inks and pens. Make coordinating gift tags. £15. Visit makesouthsea.com for more information.

FRATTON: Make & The Craft Kitchen, 1 Cornwall Road. 7pm-9pm. Colouring Club. £5. Visit makesouthsea.com for more information.

WEDNESDAY

DANCING

COWPLAIN: Cowplain Social Club, 54 London Road, PO8 8EN. 8pm-10.30pm. 50/50 Ballroom and Sequence Dancing. Admission £2. Bar available. Contact 07980058310 or visit ballroomrazzmatazz.co.uk for more details.

MILTON: Milton Village Hall, 182 Milton Road, PO4 8PR. 8pm. Salsa classes. Learn beginners/improvers salsa dancing and meet a great bunch of people at the same time, including group dances. Tickets £6. Call 07850 327174 for more details.

SOUTHSEA: The Royal Beach Hotel. 1pm-4pm. Social dancing. Admission £4.

WATERLOOVILLE: Waterlooville Community Centre (ASDA Car park), 10 Maurepas Way, PO7 7AY. 7.45pm. W.A.C.A. Sequence Dance Club. Welcome to new members and visitors, tuition included. Admission £3, tea and biscuits available. Contact Michael on (023) 9271 0060 for more information. EVENTS

COSHAM: Cosham Conservative Social Club, Spur Road. 7.30pm. 55 Social Club. Cheese and paté evening. Social group for people aged 55 and over. New members welcome, first two weeks free of charge.

COSHAM: Cosham Community Centre, Wootton Street, Portsmouth, PO6 3AP. 10.30am-12.30pm. Mess at the Museum. Social group for ex-service personnel and civilians to promote understanding about life in the services and life for civilians during times of conflict. Booking not necessary. For more information call (023) 9284 1762 or email iwt@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

PORTSMOUTH: Oasis Centre, Arundel Street. 10am. 50+ Computer Classes. Run by Personal Choice.

PORTSMOUTH: Oasis Centre, Arundel Street. 12.30pm. 50+ Lunch Club. Run by Personal Choice. £4

PORTSMOUTH: Oasis Centre, Arundel Street. 1.30pm. 50+ Social Group. Run by Personal Choice.

PORTSMOUTH: St. Mary’s Church Fratton Road. 12pm. Lunch. A chance to enjoy a light lunch, the money raised will be used to support a charity.

SOUTHSEA: Church of the Holy Spirit, Fawcett Road. 2pm-4pm. The Natterjacks. A group for those aged 50 and over wanting to meet new people. For more information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705 or email julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 10am-4pm. The works of Belinda and C. Organised by Q.A League of Friends. Belinda exhibits her floral acrylics and pencil pet portraits. C is known best for exquisite botanical studies in pen and wash. Free entry.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Nek Chand: The Rock Garden Sculptures. An installation of sculptures by internationally renowned Outsider artist Nek Chand, creator of the famous sculpture park The Rock Garden of Chandigarh, in India. Over forty figurative concrete and mosaic works created from found objects and on loan from the Nek Chand Foundation will be on display in the Courtyard Garden and Garden Gallery. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-5pm. Kenneth Rowntree: A Centenary Exhibition. Touring from the Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden, this exhibition marks the centenary of the birth of Kenneth Rowntree (1915 – 1997), one of Britain’s best loved artists, known for his works in oil and watercolour. A contemporary of Edward Bawden RA, Michael Rothenstein RA, and Eric Ravilious, with whom he became great friends, the influence of a generation of English artist-designers is evident in his remarkable range of work. The exhibition features oil, acrylic, watercolour and gouache paintings, along with drawings, prints and posters, spanning the 1930s – 1980s. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. Guildhall A Moment in Time. The Portsmouth Room will host a selection of archive images of the Guildhall from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Reproduced from the collections of Portsmouth Museums, highlights include the moment the Guildhall’s foundation stone was laid and a visit from the future Edward VIII. Launched as part Guildhall’s birthday celebrations. Visit portsmouthguildhall.co.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. The Deconstruction of Fairy Tales through Architecture. This exhibition explores many of the customs, elements, and traditions that link back to Folklore, where the act of storytelling has been the most popular and still remains active in today’s modern society. Fairy tales have been expressed throughout all cultures and religions. The interpretation of such stories, and the importance they obtain, is spread across a vast spectrum, where it is believed that some were told for entertainment, whereas others were for raising awareness and caution. Call (023) 9284 5185 or visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Central Library, Guildhall Square, PO1 2DX. 9.30am-6pm. Photography Exhibition: Nina Borrowsky. In aid of the Debra charity in Portsmouth. Admission free. Visit ninasimages.co.uk.

GIGS

SOUTHAMPTON: Park Gate Royal British Legion, 366 Brook Lane, Sarisbury Green, SO31 7DP. 8pm-10.30pm. The Clive New Big Band. Organised by Gosport Jaz Club. Admission free. Contact (023) 9269 3988 for any further information.

STAGE

CHICHESTER: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, PO19 6AP. 7.45pm. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me. Play by Frank McGuiness. Based on the experiences of those taken hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is playwright Frank McGuinness’s hymn to the defiant power of the human spirit and the creative imagination. Directed by Michael Attenborough. Tickets between £20-£25. People aged 16-25 can get tickets for £8.50. Visit www.cft.org.uk for more information.

SOUTHSEA: Rosie’s Vineyard, 87 elm Grove, PO5 1JF. 7.30pm. Inside Out. An original play written by Southsea-based writer Roger Goldsmith. Contact Roger at roger.goldsmith@ntlworld for more information.

HAYLING ISLAND: Station Theatre, Station Road, PO11 0EH. 7.45pm. Salt Of The Earth. A play by John Godber. Call (023) 9246 6363 if you would like further information.

WALKS & TALKS

OLD PORTSMOUTH: Meet at the Royal Garrison Church, Grand Parade. 1.30pm. Walk. Taking in the views of the Spinnaker Tower. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders, and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. Contact (023) 9268 8390 for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Meet at King George V Playing Fields car park, Northern Road. 2pm. Walk. Suitable for all, gentle-paced walk around the private grounds of IBM. ed by volunteer walk leaders, and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. Contact (023) 9268 8390 for any further information.

PORTSMOUTH: Meet outside Canoe Lake Café, St Helens Parade. 10.30am.

Canoe Lake/Southsea Seafront walk. Through the Rose Garden and Rock Garden, suitable 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. Contact (023) 9268 8390 for any further information.

PORTSMOUTH: Meet at The Stacey Centre, Walsall Road. 10.30am. Baffins Pond/Milton Foreshore walk. Shorter, slower walk to Baffins Pond, ideal for buggies or wheelchairs. Or a longer, faster walk to Milton foreshore. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders, and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. Contact (023) 9268 8390 for any further information.

PORTSMOUTH, Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue. 2pm. ‘The Magic of Radio’. Talk by Rupert Brun. Admission free. Call (023) 9284 5197 for more information.

WORKSHOPS

PORTSMOUTH: Beddow Library, Milton Road, PO4 8PR. 9.30am-12pm. Folded Scissor Case. Free. Contact any Portsmouth Library or email Linda Collins at linda.collins@portsmouthcc.gov.uk to book your place.

PORTSMOUTH: Porsmouth Museum, Museum Road, PO1 2LJ. 10.30am-12pm & 1.30pm-3pm. Craft session for parents or carers. Explore some beautiful materials and make lovely objects to take home. Everyone who cares for an adult or child and is aged 16 or over is welcome. Free. Places limited, booking required. Call (023) 9283 4744.

THURSDAY

CONCERTS

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Anglican Cathedral, High Street, Old Portsmouth, PO1 2HH. 12.30pm. Lunchtime Live. A series of organ, vocal and ensemble recitals with light refreshments on sale from 12.30pm. Recitals begin at 1.10pm. Tickets are £3 per recital, £2.50 for concessions. Recital card: £12.00 to cover five concerts, £9.00 concessions. Call (023) 9282 3300 or visit portsmouthcathedral.org.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: St. Mary’s Church Fratton Road. 7.30pm. Royal Marine School of Music Concert. The school’s second of their 2015/16 season of concerts at the Church.

EVENTS

EMSWORTH: Emsworth Baptist Church Hall, North Street, PO10 7BY. 10am-11.30pm. Emsworth Country Market. With cakes, savouries, preserves, fresh local meat, eggs, plants and crafts. Refreshments available.

COPNOR: The Stacey Centre, Walsall Road. 11.30am-1.30pm. Lunch Club. A fresh homemade lunch and dessert, followed by entertainment afterwards, which can include bingo, a quiz or a guest speaker. Admission £3.95. Contact (023) 9261 7890 for more information.
PORTSMOUTH: Oasis Centre, Arundel Street. 2pm. 50+ Activity Afternoon. Run by Personal Choice.

SOUTHSEA: The Kings Theatre, Albert Road. 7pm. The Hollywood Special Effects Show. The Hollywood Special Effects Show is a brand new interactive and explosive family production that takes audiences behind the scenes of their favourite movies to see how incredible special effects are created for the screen. Join a team of professionals who’ve been behind the special effects on a vast range of productions including Game Of Thrones, Guardians Of The Galaxy, The Dark Knight Rises and Phantom Of The Opera. For families and movie-buffs alike, you will feel the heat from spectacular explosions, get up close with gruesome sci-fi monsters, be blown away by apocalyptic weather and possibly star in your own high-octane stunt sequence. Call (023) 9282 8282 for any further information and to book tickets.

SOUTHSEA: St. James’ Church Hall, Milton Road. 11am. Singercise. Seated fun activity session to music for older

and disabled people to help improve fitness. Tea and chat after. Admission £2.50. 07754 528814.

SOUTHSEA: Trinity Methodist Church, Albert Road. 10am-12pm. Chat and tea club. A group for those aged 50 and over wanting to meet new people. For more information contact Julie Roberts on (023) 9268 8705 or email julie.roberts@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

SOUTHSEA: Portsmouth Museum, Museum Road, Portsmouth PO1 2LJ. 10.30am-12.30pm. Mess at the Museum. Social group for ex-service personnel and civilians to promote understanding about life in the services and life for civilians during times of conflict. Booking not necessary. For more information call (023) 9284 1762 or email iwt@portsmouthcc.gov.uk.

SOUTHSEA: The Golden Eagle, 1 Delamere Road, Southsea PO4 0JA. 8.30pm. Quiz night.

EXHIBITIONS

COSHAM: Coffee Shop, Level B of Queen Alexandra Hospital. 10am-4pm. The works of Belinda and C. Organised by Q.A League of Friends. Belinda exhibits her floral acrylics and pencil pet portraits. C is known best for exquisite botanical studies in pen and wash. Free entry.

CHICHESTER: Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, PO19 1TJ. 10am-8pm. Michael Petry: A Twist in Time. A new 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-8pm. Nek Chand: The Rock Garden Sculptures. An installation of sculptures by internationally renowned Outsider artist Nek Chand, creator of the famous sculpture park The Rock Garden of Chandigarh, in India. Over forty figurative concrete and mosaic works created from found objects and on loan from the Nek Chand Foundation will be on display in the Courtyard Garden and Garden Gallery. Call 01243 774557 or email info@pallant.org.uk for further information.

PORTSMOUTH: Portsmouth Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. Guildhall A Moment in Time. The Portsmouth Room will host a selection of archive images of the Guildhall from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Reproduced from the collections of Portsmouth Museums, highlights include the moment the Guildhall’s foundation stone was laid and a visit from the future Edward VIII. Launched as part Guildhall’s birthday celebrations. Visit portsmouthguildhall.co.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Guildhall, Guildhall Square, PO1 2AB. 9am-5pm. The Deconstruction of Fairy Tales through Architecture. This exhibition explores many of the customs, elements, and traditions that link back to Folklore, where the act of storytelling has been the most popular and still remains active in today’s modern society. Fairy tales have been expressed throughout all cultures and religions. The interpretation of such stories, and the importance they obtain, is spread across a vast spectrum, where it is believed that some were told for entertainment, whereas others were for raising awareness and caution. Call (023) 9284 5185 or visit portsmouthguildhall.org.uk for more information.

PORTSMOUTH: Central Library, Guildhall Square, PO1 2DX. 9.30am-6pm. Photography Exhibition: Nina Borrowsky. In aid of the Debra charity in Portsmouth. Admission free. Visit ninasimages.co.uk.

GIGS

PORTSMOUTH: The RMA Tavern, 58 Cromwell Road, PO4 9PN. 7pm-11pm. Nick Courtney presents Play @ The RMA. Ade Cull, Paul Dillon, Mark Keating and more. Admission free.

STAGE

CHICHESTER: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, PO19 6AP. 2.45pm. Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me. Play by Frank McGuiness. Based on the experiences of those taken hostage in Lebanon in the 1980s, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me is playwright Frank McGuinness’s hymn to the defiant power of the human spirit and the creative imagination. Directed by Michael Attenborough. Tickets between £20-£25. People aged 16-25 can get tickets for £8.50. Visit www.cft.org.uk for more information.

HAYLING ISLAND: Station Theatre, Station Road, PO11 0EH. 7.45pm. Salt Of The Earth. A play by John Godber. Call (023) 9246 6363 for more information.

SOUTHSEA: Rosie’s Vineyard, 87 elm Grove, PO5 1JF. 7.30pm. Inside Out. An original play written by Southsea-based writer Roger Goldsmith. Contact Roger at roger.goldsmith@ntlworld for more information.

WALKS & TALKS

HILSEA: Alexandra Park, Mountbatten Centre entrance. 6.30pm. Walk. The flat, paved circular route follows the shore line along the pedestrian footpath up to Hilsea Lido and back. Refreshments available at the Sports Centre afterwards. 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.

HILSEA: Meet in Scott Road car park, off Military Road by The News Centre. 10.30am. Hilsea Lines walk. Uneven footpaths take you around ‘Foxes Forest’ where there is an abundance of wildlife. New walkers to arrive early to register. Led by volunteer walk leaders, and organised by Portsmouth’s Independence and Wellbeing Team. Contact (023) 9268 8390 for more information.

WORKSHOPS

FRATTON: Make & The Craft Kitchen, 1 Cornwall Road. 7pm-9pm. Bunting. Make two metres of bunting in a fabric of your choice. £25, materials included. Visit makesouthsea.com for more information.

FRATTON: Make & The Craft Kitchen, 1 Cornwall Road. 7pm-9pm. Make your own notebook. With printed cover. Easy to make. £15. Visit makesouthsea.com for more information.