GOING OUT: Six of the best for the August Bank Holiday Weekend

Lucas and King playing at the Fender Guitars Undiscovered Artist of the Year Awards ceremony 2018, which they won.
Lucas and King playing at the Fender Guitars Undiscovered Artist of the Year Awards ceremony 2018, which they won.

Here are a handful of top events taking place across the region during this Bank Holiday Weekend. 

FESTIVAL: Lucas and King are the up-and-coming Southampton-based duo, who have a truly individual sound based on distinctive vocals and inspired electric guitar playing. Graze Festival, Twyford, Sunday, 12.40pm. 

COMEDY: Featuring Geoff Boyz, Debra-Jane Appleby, Tony Cowards and Paul Revill, the Laugh out Loud Comedy Club is back. Portsmouth Guildhall, Saturday, 7.30pm. 

EVENT: Go and see traditional early 20th century earth clamp built, fired and emptied of charcoal. Normal admission prices apply. Weald and Downland Museum, Chichester, Saturday, 10.30am. 

PARTY: Step back in time to the 1940s with live music, local craft stalls, dancers, children’s entertainment and array of vintage cars, dolls and prams on display. Peel Nursing Home, Fareham, Sunday, 10am-2pm. 

WORKSHOP: Explore techniques and experiment with different mediums with experts in this Figurative Landscapes Workshop. Learn how to paint the perfect landscape. Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, Sunday, 1-4pm. 

EVENT: Try home-brewed nettle beer, grinding wheat for flour and watch a beekeeping demonstration. Normal admission applies. Butser Ancient Farm, Waterlooville, Monday, 10am-4pm.