Here are our top picks for Tuesday and Wednesday.
COMEDY: Neil Simon’s brilliant comedy re-unites two vaudeville comedians in their autumn years to perform their most famous sketch. Titchfield Festival Theatre, tomorrow, 7.30pm.
ACTIVITY: Discover Portsmouth’s bloody history in this ghostly tour. This friendly event will keep everyone entertained. Square Tower, Portsmouth, today, 8.30pm.
EXHIBITION: Derek Boshier returns home to Portsmouth with a specific series of past icons such as Charles Dickens, Conan Doyle and Hertha Ayrton. Jack House Gallery, Old Portsmouth, tomorrow, 12pm-5pm.
ART: Sculptor Cathie Pilkington explores the relationship of motherhood, privacy and domesticity through an immersive takeover of the historic townhouse’s upstairs rooms. Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, today, 10am-5pm.
STAGE: Antic Disposition’s Henry V combines Shakespeare’s epic play with the poetry of AE Housman, in a powerful tribute to the soldiers caught up in conflicts five centuries apart. Winchester Cathedral, tonight, 7.30pm.
HISTORY: From something old, to something new, something borrowed and blue, the I Do Exhibition has everything a bride could dream of, even from 250 years ago. Gosport Gallery, today, 10am-5pm.