GOING OUT: Six of the best for Wednesday and Thursday, August 29 and 30

Childrens entertainer Silly Scott entertained the crowds at Port Solent.
Childrens entertainer Silly Scott entertained the crowds at Port Solent.

Here are a handful of top events taking place across the region tomorrow and Thursday.

FOR KIDS: Go along and join in the fun and laughter with Silly Scott’s fantastic magic shows. Also, meet his famous magical bunny. The Boardwalk, Port Solent, tomorrow, 11am. 

THEATRE: Transport yourself back to 1941, in the midst of the Second World War, and into a strange meeting between two physicists. Chichester Festival Theatre, tonight, 7.45pm. 

TALK: Michael Forrest, an expert in Victorian military history, will be discussing the Victorian defences of Portsmouth and the Portsdown forts. £5. Royal Armouries Museum, Fareham, tonight, 7.30pm. 

WALK: Enjoy a Spice Island guided walk and learn about the centuries of Spice Island history and its importance as a major port importing spices from around the world. £3. Visitor Information Centre, The Hard, today, 10.30am. 

EVENT: This Teacher’s Retreat is a two-day workshop for dance and drama teachers to learn new top tips. Both days are filled with fun activities to ignite fresh ideas. The Point, Eastleigh, tomorrow, 11am. 

STAGE: If you love acting, it’s never too late to join the Over-60s Drama Group, the Company of Elders, and re-discover your love for theatre. The Groundlings Theatre, Kent Street, tomorrow, 10am-12pm.