Six things to do in the next 48 hours: July 3 and 4

A new monthly guided tour of Portsmouth Guildhall starts today
A new monthly guided tour of Portsmouth Guildhall starts today
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Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow

GALLERY: WL WYLLIE

Portsmouth City Museum, tomorrow, 10am-5.30pm

Marvel at a collection of watercolours, etchings and oil sketches by WL Wyllie, an iconic painter of maritime themes whose works often depicted Portsmouth.

CINEMA: BRIEF ENCOUNTER

The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, today, 11am

Forget-Me-Not Cinema presents a relaxed screening of Brief Encounter. The showing is aimed at people living with dementia, their family and carers.

MUSICAL: GREASE

Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, until July 8

There’s still time to catch Tom Parker of boyband The Wanted making his stage debut alongside Over The Rainbow winner Danielle Hope in Grease.

TOURS: HISTORY OF THE GUILDHALL

Portsmouth Guildhall, today, 2pm

A brand new series of monthly guided tours will offer a detailed look through 125 years of history in one of Portsmouth’s most important buildings.

EXHIBITION: WE DON’T NEED CULTURE

Somers Town Community Hub, open every day

We Don’t Need Culture, an exhibition of paintings and sketches by artist Karl Rudziak has been completed. The project aimed to get people to re-evalute the word ‘culture.’

FOLK: DON GALLARDO

Hambrook Village Hall, tonight, 7.30pm

California-born and Tennessee-based singer-songwriter Don Gallardo walks the line between folk, Americana and roots rock, mining influence from legends of the 1970s.