GOING OUT: Six great things to do in the next 48 hours, May 16 and 17

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A quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow

CHILDREN’S: Dino-mite

Dare to experience the dangers and delights of Dinosaur World in this interactive new show for all the family.

The Kings Theatre, Southsea, tomorrow/Friday, 1.30pm & 4pm.

COMEDY: Comic of the Year

It’s the last chance for amateur stand-ups to grab a spot in the final for the South Coast Comic of The Year in this second semi-final.

Portsmouth Guildhall, today [Wed], 7.30pm.

FILM: Orient Express

When a murder occurs on the train he’s travelling on, Hercule Poirot steps in in this adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on The Orient Express.

The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, today, 1.45pm & 7.30pm.

TALK: Beautiful life?

La Dolce Vita and the Ontology of Celebrity is a public lecture by Richard Dyer, Professor of Film Studies, Kings College London, looking at the evolving nature of celebrity.

Portland Building, Portsmouth, today, 6pm.

SCIENCE: Pint of Science

Wildfires, energy and archaeology combine in these three short talks all about combustion as part of the Pint of Science Festival – the event brilliant scientists bring to your local pub.

The Loft, Kings pub, Southsea, today, 7pm.

STORIES: First World War

Hear specially commissioned stories inspired by the real-life letters by sailor George Weston, written back to home during the First World War.

Fort Nelson, Fareham, today, 11am.