GOING OUT: Six of the best for Wednesday and Thursday, September 5 and 6

The Flint Street Nativity by Dynamo Youth Theatre is at The Spring, Havant.
The Flint Street Nativity by Dynamo Youth Theatre is at The Spring, Havant.

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

THEATRE: The Flint Street Nativity takes a different angle to liven up the original script. Performed by Dynamo Theatre Company. £12, £9 for under 18s. The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, tonight, 7.30pm. 

COFFEE: Join this Macmillan coffee morning to help those affected by cancer. Donate some pennies to raise money for the charity. Central Library, Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth, today, 10am. 

TOUR: Take a trip down memory lane in this Groundlings Theatre Tour and gain an insight into its fascinating past. Groundlings Theatre, Portsmouth, tomorrow, 1pm. 

FILM: Portsmouth Hispanic Society presents the Spanish film, Que Dios Nos Perdone (May God Help Us), with English subtitles. For non-members, the viewing costs £2. Fratton Community Centre, tomorrow, 7pm. 

STAGE: Based on the true story of Luca, who was accused of homosexuality and thrown into a Dachau concentration camp. Written and performed by Richard Stride. Tickets £10. Groundlings Theatre, Portsmouth, tonight, 8pm. 

EXHIBITION: Afanasy Nikolsaky presents a retrospective exhibition of his works in Northney from 1947-84. Also includes sculptures by his wife Elena. Free. Northney Farm Tea Room, Hayling, tomorrow, 10am.