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Your quick guide to what’s on in the Portsmouth area

INDIE: THE WAR ON DRUGS

Portsmouth Guildhall, Wednesday, 7pm

Adam Granduciel and his ethereal indie-rock outfit The War On Drugs are debuting cuts from their acclaimed new record, A Deeper Understanding.

CRAFTS: MINI MAKERS

Aspex, Gunwharf Quays, Wednesday, 11am-12pm

Parents can immerse their children aged five and below in a world of colour and creativity at Mini Makers, offering a variety of arty activities.

THEATRE: GOODNIGHT MISTER TOM

Titchfield Festival Theatre, until November 25

A new production of Michelle Magorian’s children’s classic, Goodnight Mister Tom – a wartime tale of two broken souls at very different ends of the age scale.

CINEMA: VICTORIA & ABDUL

No6 Cinema, Historic Dockyard, Thursday, 4.15pm

Dame Judi Dench steps back into regal garb in Victoria & Abdul which recounts the relationship between Queen Victoria and her young Indian attendant.

FESTIVE: PORTSMOUTH CHRISTMAS LIGHTS

Commercial Road, Portsmouth, Thursday, 4-6.30pm

The stars of The Kings Theatre’s panto, Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, will help switch on the city centre lights and launch the Christmas market.

HISTORY: JENNI MURRAY

New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, Thursday, 7.30pm

Broadcaster Dame Jenni Murray presents an alternative take on British history – as seen through the achievements of 21 inspirational and intriguing women.