WE’VE got three ideas for you for this weekend, come rain or shine.

Try some traditional Italian food at Gunwharf Quays
Try some traditional Italian food at Gunwharf Quays
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Things to do, rain or shine

FOOD: Families visiting Gunwharf Quays today and Sunday can experience a weekend of diverse food and flavours with A Taste Of Gunwharf Quays. Running from 9am until 7pm on Saturday and 10am until 5pm on Sunday, visitors can discover new foods at the Italian market. They can also savour classic Italian pizzas from Fire and Stone, traditional Scottish seafood from Loch Fyne as well as sweet crepes from Brasserie Blanc. Go to gunwharf-quays.com for more information.

DANCE: Today at 11.30am, members from Titchfield’s The Lindy Club will be turning back the clock as they hop back in time at Port Solent. Toes will be tapping and feet will be flying to help spread the word about Dreamboats and Petticoats arriving at the Kings Theatre, Southsea, on Monday. The Lindy Hoppers will be performing their energetic dance routines three times at different locations at 11:30am (main entrance), and 12:30pm and 1:30pm (outside Chiquitos).

ARTISTIC: As part of the Portsmouth Festivities, Art Space will open its doors to the public for the annual open studios weekend today and Sunday. Visitors will be able to tour the 31 studios, talk to member artists and view the work of painters, sculptors, print makers and digital artists who exhibit locally, nationally and internationally. They can also view the Summer Salon exhibition and purchase art direct from artists in their studios. Go to artspace.co.uk.