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

ROCK: THE FRONT BOTTOMS

The Pyramids Centre, Southsea, Saturday, 7pm

Touring their sixth album Going Grey, genre-flouting outfit The Front Bottoms are bringing their indie-punk-emo-folk stylings back to the south.

CONCERT: MUSIC FOR A WINTER’S EVENING

Southsea Citadel, Sunday, 6pm

The Salvation Army Band is teaming up with the young people’s band, songsters and singing company to perform Music for a Winter’s Evening.

TRIBUTE: THE BEACH BOYS STORY

Kings Theatre, Southsea, Sunday, 7pm

Get swept along as these five musicians faithfully recreate the greatest hits of America’s biggest pop band, The Beach Boys. Expect renditions of Good Vibrations, Surfin’ USA, and more.

FAMILY: MILKSHAKE! LIVE

Ferneham Hall, Fareham, Saturday, 12pm/3.30pm

Join all your favourite characters from Milkshake! – including Fireman Sam, Bob the Builder and the Little Princess – as they open up the Magic Story Book for their latest UK tour.

EXHIBITION: AMARTEY GOLDING

Jack House Gallery, Old Portsmouth, Saturday, 6pm

Amartey Golding’s Is It Just Me, Or Is It You? exhibition examines the legacies of exploitation of race, gender and class using his own experience as a black British male.

STAGE: ROCK CHALLENGE

Portsmouth Guildhall, Monday until Saturday

Youngsters from across the region will be taking part in the hotly-contested senior heats of the Be Your Best Foundation Rock Challenge 2018.