Your quick guide to what’s on in the Portsmouth area
GIG: PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING
Pyramids Centre, Portsmouth, Tuesday, 7pm
After dazzling Portsmouth at Victorious Festival last year, arty rock collective Public Service Broadcasting return with their otherworldly stylings.
FAMILY: GUTS, GORE AND GANGRENE
Fort Nelson, Portchester, until Friday, 11am-3.30pm
Join the Royal Armouries’ ‘lady with the lamp’ for a delightfully dark yet family-friendly activity in the fort’s Victorian hospital ward. Expect ‘festering fun and medical mayhem’!
INDIE: PALE WAVES
The Joiners, Southampton, Monday, 7.30pm
Teaming up with the equally buzzed-about King Nun for their hotly-anticipated headline tour, Pale Waves are indie-pop prodigies poised for stardom.
WRESTLING: MONDAY NIGHT MAYHEM
Portsmouth Guildhall, tonight, 6.30pm
Revolution Pro Wrestling returns for another bout of in-ring action, featuring the some of the best pro wrestlers on the international circuit.
Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, until February 4
Featuring more than 70 works representing all significant periods of his oeuvre, this new exhibition celebrates David Bomberg, one of the 20th century’s leading British artists.
Rosie’s Vineyard, Southsea, until Wednesday, 7.45pm
Penned by renowned local playwright Roger Goldsmith, Grace is a hard-hitting play which examines the ties of love and the nature of forgiveness.