Six things to do in the next 48 hours: November 22 and 23

The Darkness. Picture: Simon Emmett/Chuffmedia
The Darkness. Picture: Simon Emmett/Chuffmedia

ALAN MAK: It vital our exporters get a good deal in place for when we leave the EU

0
Have your say

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

ROCK: THE DARKNESS

O2 Guildhall Southampton, Thursday, 7pm

Still flying the flag for hard rock in all its ludicrous majesty, The Darkness are back plugging their fifth album, Pinewood Smile.

HISTORY: KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY

Portsmouth City Museum, Wednesday, 2pm

In a talk arranged by the D-Day Museum, Heather Wylde tells the true story of her uncle – a brave man who went missing in the Second World War.

CINEMA: FENCES

The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, Wednesday, 1.45pm

Denzel Washington stars in and directs Fences, a drama about an African-American family living in 1950s’ Pittsburgh. Viola Davis co-stars in an Oscar-winning performance.

GIG: ENTER SHIKARI

Brighton Centre, tonight, 6.30pm

Genre-mashing noisemakers Enter Shikari are breaching arenas on their latest UK tour, which comes in support of their stratospherically varied fifth album, The Spark.

THEATRE: THE WIPERS TIMES

Chichester Festival Theatre, until Saturday, times vary

Direct from a record-breaking West End run, The Wipers Times tells the true story of the satirical newspaper created in the mayhem of the Somme.

EXHIBITION: PLATFORM 2017

Aspex, Gunwharf Quays, until Sunday

Closing this week, Platform 2017 is an exhibition which showcases the work of 12 creative graduates from six universities across the south of England.