Six things to do in the next 48 hours: October 23 and 24

Public Service Broadcasting are returning to Portsmouth
Public Service Broadcasting are returning to Portsmouth
St James Church, in Clanfield. Picture: Google Street View

Church hall window smashed overnight in Clanfield

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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.

EXHIBITION: BOMBERG

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.

STAGE: GRACE

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.