Here are our top picks.
GIG: Putting comedy aside, The Cuban Brothers will be taking the stage with their funk-fuelled music. They will be joined by The Neptune Girls and others. Wedgwood Rooms, Southsea, Friday, 9pm.
TALK: If you’re a fan of history, go along to the talk by curator Andrew Whitmarsh on the city's involvement in one of the biggest battles in history. D-Day Story Museum, Southsea, Thursday, 2-3pm.
EVENT: Fancy a bite to eat with some old comrades? Head down to the Veterans’ Breakfast Club which is specifically for ex-service personnel. Age UK Portsmouth Cafe, Kingston Road, Thursday, 9-11am.
STAGE: Priscilla Queen of the Desert is a musical presented by the award-winning musical society, The Portsmouth Players. kingsportsmouth.co.uk/ Kings Theatre, Southsea, Thursday, 7.30pm.
EXHIBITION: Journeys Festival International present their 20ft shipping container which has been transformed into an artwork, innovative project and exhibition space. Portsmouth Cathedral, Friday, 9am-5pm.
COMEDY: Paul Foot is a BBC New Comedy Award and Daily Telegraph Open Mike winner. With his new show, he is bound to leave you in stitches. £15, £14 concessions. The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, Friday, 8pm.