GOING OUT: Six great things to do in the next 48 hours, April 17 and 18, 2018
What's on in the Portsmouth area
HORROR: Wymering Manor
Where better for a screening of the 2017 film about Britain’s ‘most haunted house’, Borley Rectory than our own spooky manor?
Wymering Manor, until Friday, 7.30pm.
South Downe Musical Society is putting on the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, Carousel, for its next show.
Ferneham Hall, Fareham, tomorrow (Wed) until Saturday.
FILM: Goodbye Christopher Robin
With its bittersweet interweaving of fact and fantasy, youthful innocence and adult trauma, Goodbye Christopher Robin enthralled critics.
The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, tomorrow (Wed), 1.45pm.
COMEDY: Tom Stade
Following a smash-hit run at Edinburgh last summer, and a barnstorming appearance at The New Theatre Royal, Canadian comic Tom Stade brings his I Swear show back to town.
The Ashcroft, Fareham, tomorrow (Wed), 7.30pm.
CELEBRATION: Nelson Mandela
In the run-up to the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth, school pupils and South African performers will be putting on a show packed with songs, dances and drums.
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, today, 7.30pm.
STAND-UP: ...at the Fat Fox
It’s a bumper Bristolian line-up for this month’s comedy club – Riordan DJ, Jeremy Flynn, Lulu Popplewell and George Rigden, with regular MC Matt Roseblade.
Fat Fox, Southsea, today, 8pm.