Six things to do in the next 72 hours: September 30, October 1 and 2

Strictly stars Ian Waite and Camilla Dallerup are coming to Portsmouth
Strictly stars Ian Waite and Camilla Dallerup are coming to Portsmouth
The fragment from the Union Jack believed to have flown on board HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar. Credit: Sotheby's

Flag from HMS Victory and Lord Nelson’s love letters up for sale at London auction

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Your quick guide to what to do this weekend

DANCING: CAMILLA DALLERUP & IAN WAITE

New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, Saturday, 7.30pm

Joined by her dance partner Ian Waite, Strictly Come Dancing champion Camilla Dallerup will be taking a fantastic final bow on her farewell tour.

TRIBUTE: T.REXTASY

Ferneham Hall, Fareham, Saturday, 7.30pm

T.Rextasy will be bringing the hits of glam-rock pioneers Marc Bolan and T.Rex to Fareham as part of their tour marking 40 years since the flamboyant frontman’s death.

FESTIVAL: SUBAQUATIC STEAMPUNK WEEKEND

Royal Navy Submarine Museum, Gosport, Saturday and Sunday

Dive into a world of nautical gadgets and gizmos, as the Subaquatic Steampunk Weekend celebrates one of the world’s most fascinating subcultures.

STAGE: KINGS THEATRE AT 110

Kings Theatre, Southsea, Sunday, 7.30pm

The venerable Kings Theatre celebrates its 110th anniversary with a charity gala show, hosted by Fred Dinenage. All proceeds go to Children in Need.

ACOUSTIC: WOLF ALICE

Pie & Vinyl, Southsea, Sunday, 3pm

Clambering fast to the top of British music’s totem pole after the release of their second record Visions of a Life, places are extremely limited to see Wolf Alice at this intimate show.

INDIE: THE LIBERTINES

Brighton Centre, Monday, 6.30pm

Indie-rock’s favourite wastrels The Libertines wrap up their jaunt around seven UK seaside towns, dubbed the Tiddeley Om Pom Pom Tour, in Brighton.