Six things to do in the next 48 hours: February 13 and 14

Punk legends The Damned are coming to Southampton. Picture: Paul Windsor PPP-161117-122533001
Punk legends The Damned are coming to Southampton. Picture: Paul Windsor PPP-161117-122533001
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Your quick guide to what’s on in the Portsmouth area

PUNK: THE DAMNED

O2 Guildhall Southampton, Tuesday, 7pm

Not resting on their laurels after a storming 40th anniversary tour, punk legends The Damned return ahead of the release their first album in 10 years.

FAMILY: COMEDY CLUB 4 KIDS

Chichester Minerva Theatre, Tuesday, 2pm

Children and adults alike can split their sides this half-term with a swear-free but non-patronising hour of hilarity at CFT’s Comedy Club 4 Kids.

LITERATURE: ST VALENTINE’S DAY MASSACRE

The Square Tower, Old Portsmouth, Tuesday, 7.30pm

There are no sugar-sweet love stories allowed at the St Valentine’s Day Massacre, a night of twisted tales of ‘romance, revenge and bleeding hearts’.

SOCIAL: LOVE AT FIRST SIT

The Ironmaster, Fareham, Wednesday, 7pm

There’s a night of speed dating with a twist at Love at First Sit Event this Valentine’s Day. You get eight minutes each time, but the guy wears a blindfold for the first four minutes.

CINEMA: TOM OF FINLAND

Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth, Wednesday, 7pm

Showing as part of Portsmouth Film Society’s 4th Pride LGBTQ+ Film Festival, Tom of Finland is an alluring biopic of the eponymous artist who was heralded as a gay liberation hero.

THEATRE: DIAL M FOR MURDER

Ferneham Hall, Fareham, Wednesday until Saturday, times vary

Set in 1954, Fareham Musical Society presents Dial M For Murder the classic thriller made famous by Alfred Hitchcock in the intimate Octagon Room.

See Portsmouth’s most comprehensive entertainment listings in The Guide every Friday and online at portsmouth.co.uk/whatson.