Six things to do in the next 48 hours: May 16 and 17

Brighton band Yonaka will co-headline The Joiners, Southampton with Gurr tonight
Brighton band Yonaka will co-headline The Joiners, Southampton with Gurr tonight
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Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow

CHOIR: SOLENT SOUNDS

Fareham Methodist Church Hall, tonight, 7.30pm

Any woman over 16 can join the Solent Sounds Chorus to rehearse their famous four-part harmonies. Better yet, your first month is free.

NIGHTLIFE: DIRTY DISCO

The Astoria, Portsmouth, tonight, from 10pm

Dance away your mid-week lull and be a part of Dirty Disco – one of Portsmouth’s most notoriously fun and outrageously affordable club nights.

GIG: YONAKA

The Joiners, Southampton, tonight, 7.30pm

After storming Portsmouth with Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, dark-pop quartet Yonaka return for another Hampshire bout, co-headlining with Gurr.

FAMILY: STORYTIME AT THE FORT

Fort Nelson, Portchester, tomorrow, 11am

Children aged five and below can bring their families along for a free, fun-packed interactive storytime experience. The latest storytime’s theme is big cats.

CINEMA: CITY OF TINY LIGHTS

Chichester Cinema, tomorrow, 1.15pm

Playing a private eye in modern-day London, Nightcrawler actor Riz Ahmed becomes entangled in the world of religious fanaticism and political intrigue in this stylish drama.

STAGE: A SALUTE TO THE STREISAND SONGBOOK

Studio Theatre, Milton, tomorrow until Saturday

In their latest show, the award-winning Portsmouth Players will put a unique spin on the hits of one of America’s most iconic artists, Barbra Streisand.