Six things to do in the next 48 hours: May 4 and 5

Bang Said The Gun comes to Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham tomorrow
Bang Said The Gun comes to Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham tomorrow
Vicky Beckett back in her car after it had been professionally cleaned     

Picture: Habibur Rahman

City carer disgusted after vandals broke into her car and urinated all over the interior – but did not steal anything

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Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow

PUNK: VICKY SPEEDBOAT

Planet Sounds, Southampton, tonight, 7pm

Sean Huber, drummer of emo-rock’s hottest band Modern Baseball, returns to Hampshire for an intimate show with his fun-loving pop-punk side project, Vicky Speedboat.

GIGGLES: SPINNAKER COMEDY CLUB

Spinnaker Cafe, Gunwharf Quays, tomorrow, 7pm

Guide Award-winnerJames Alderson hosts the Spinnaker Comedy Club, with a bill including Karen Bailey, Dave Ward, and Jarath Regan. Ticket includes a trip up the tower.

CINEMA: EASY RIDER

No6 Cinema, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, tomorrow, 7pm

Join two Harley-riding hippies in search of spiritual truth at a screening of the 1960s classic Easy Rider, as part of No6 Cinema’s Summer of Love season.

STAGE: BANG SAID THE GUN

Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham, tomorrow, 7.30pm

They bill it as ‘a poetry night for people who don’t like poetry nights.’ Don’t expect a quiet evening of navel-gazing from the Bang Said The Gun crew.

STAND-UP: WEDGE COMEDY CLUB

The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, tomorrow, 7.30pm

It’s the legendary Wedge Comedy Club – featuring Mike Wilmott, Mickey Sharma (pictured), Andrea Hubbert and regular compére Dinga.

GALLERY: TOWARDS A NEW REALITY

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, until June 11

Follow British artist Victor Pasmore through his radical 1940s period, where he reinvented himself as one of abstract art’s foremost exponents.