Portsmouth, Fratton and Havant's best events for Wednesday and Thursday

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will be at the Kings Theatre on Thursday evening.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will be at the Kings Theatre on Thursday evening.

Here are six of the best events taking place across the region in the next 48 hours. 

STAGE: Corpus Christi Amateur Dramatic Society is bringing the the much-loved 1968 film and book – celebrating its 50th anniversary – to the stage. Kings Theatre, Southsea, Thursday, 7.30pm. 

THEATRE: Frogman is a coming-of-age thriller told in virtual reality. Featuring theatre and technology, audiences will have headsets to experience the show. The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, Wednesday, 7pm. 

GIG: This London-based girl band, Goat Girl is coming to Southsea. Recognised as ‘ones to watch’, don’t miss them performing their newest album. Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Wednesday, 8pm. 

EXHIBITION: On the lead up to Remembrance, John Farhill presents his photographic exhibition, documenting some key sites of conflict in the First World War. Free. Portsmouth Cathedral, Wednesday, 9am-5pm.  

MEETING: Portsmouth Hispanic Society will be hosting a talk by Raymond Calcraft, named La Espana Blanca which is about the paintings of Joaquin Sorolla. Non-members £2. Fratton Community Centre, Thursday, 7pm. 

TOUR: Experience unwordly spiritual activity in the haunted Georgian building in time for halloween. Get thrilled during this fright night for £8, £6 concessions. Groundlings Theatre, Portsmouth, Wednesday, 7-11pm.