Portsmouth’s best events for Wednesday and Thursday

A talk on The Raising of the Mary Rose is at The Mary Rose Museum on Tuesday evening.
A talk on The Raising of the Mary Rose is at The Mary Rose Museum on Tuesday evening.

Here are our top picks. 

EVENT: Join Christopher Dobbs for a personal account of one of the largest underwater archaeological excavations in history. Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth, tonight, 6pm. 

TALK: This talk by curator Andrew Whitmarsh discusses the involvement of Portsmouth in one of the biggest battles in history. Admission prices apply. D-Day Story, Southsea, tomorrow, 2pm. 

CONCERT: Talented organist Timothy Guntrip will be playing music to suit everyone. This will be in aid of the Organ Repair Project. St Mary’s Church, Fratton, tomorrow, 7.30pm.  

FILM: Two ladies from Paraguay find themselves in some difficulty after they lose their riches, inheritance and loans. With one of them bound in prison, the other decides to rebuild her life. No6 Cinema, Portsmouth Dockyard, tomorrow, 7pm. 

MUSICAL: Smash-hit musical that acts as a prequel to The Wizard of Oz as two young girls who grow up to fulfil their destinies as Glenda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West. Mayflower Southampton, times vary.  

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, tomorrow, 7.30pm.