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There is so much going on this weekend I don’t even know where to start.

Tonight has things like the Eskimo Project at The Astoria, Death Pop at Drift Bar or Wolf Cub Club at The Wedge.

Then tomorrow you will find Civilisation of the Rough (C.O.R) hosting the bandstand, Linkz at Flamingos Bar or Rapture at the Slug & Lettuce. And not forgetting that Monday has Delight at the Astoria.

Tonight though, Beats & Swing are going all historic on us, as they have their turn at The Champagne Bar at Southsea Castle from 6pm until midnight.

They have created an interesting line-up of Caos Doble, The Random Scarves and Wesley Brown, mixed up with live displays from HoopShaker, Happy Hula Monkeys and Swing 4 All.

What a perfect setting for this event – I think I’ve even persuaded myself to head on down. Entry is free all night.

If you want something that is the Polar opposite then head to The Old Barn in Milton from 8pm until 1.30am, where Ransaked Records will be hosting a free party as a warm-up for the upcoming Mutiny Festival.

Their aim for the evening is to bring you the best drum and bass and jungle, aiming to cover everybody’s needs.

They have a cracking line-up of local DJs consisting of: Inertia, Pabba, Ozzy G, Bio-kem and Zork back-to-back with Nooch.

Entry is free all night.

Tomorrow Elektrik Events presents a charity all dayer at the RMA Tavern, to help raise money for a charity called Family Fund. This charity does amazing work giving help to many disabled children and their families.

In the name of the cause DJ Mark Knight will be attempting an enormous 14 hour DJ set, providing music from past to present with club classics from the last 15 years.

No charity event is complete without a fundraising raffle, including prizes like a luxury VIP car and chauffeur, nail and beauty treatments and tarot readings.

Head down and show some support for a brilliant cause, entry is free but please make a donation.