Six things to do in the next 48 hours: February 15 and 16

Paradise Lost. Picture: Danny Payne
Paradise Lost. Picture: Danny Payne
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Your quick guide to what’s on in the Portsmouth area

FAMILY: HOLE IN THE ZOO

Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham, Thursday, 10am-1pm

Children’s author Chloe Inkpen will introduce the characters from her new book Hole in the Zoo in live, interactive storytelling sessions, perfect for children aged three to seven.

CINEMA: AMÉLIE

No6 Cinema, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Thursday, 7pm

Audrey Tautou gives one of the most iconic performances in French cinema as the titular waitress in Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s fanciful depiction of contemporary Parisian life, Amélie.

PUNK: CASSELS

The Joiners, Southampton, Thursday, 7.30pm

Razor-tongued sibling duo Cassels are touring their debut album Epithet on a co-headline run with the equally rowdy two-piece Youth Man.

MUSICAL: THEIR SCARVES WERE RED

Henry Cort Community School, Fareham, until Saturday, times vary

Fareham Musical Society Youth Theatre is staging a musical based around the events of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.

CONCERT: HEROES AND MONSTERS

Portsmouth Guildhall, Friday, 7.30pm

From Jurassic Park to Harry Potter, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will perform music from films with heroes and monsters galore.

METAL: PARADISE LOST

Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Friday, 8pm

Veteran doom-metal merchants Paradise Lost go back to their musical roots as they tour album number 15, Medusa.