GOING OUT: Six of the best for Monday and Tuesday, July 30 & 31

Here a handful of top events taking place across the region today and tomorrow

Friday, 27th July 2018, 5:09 pm
Updated Friday, 27th July 2018, 6:14 pm
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1 Not the final countdown

Head into the South Downs National Park and spend 15 minutes sitting in the sun counting butterflies. Hopefully lots of chalk blues (pictured).

Results to bigbutterflycount.org by end of August

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2 And the winner is'¦

Havant was the birthplace of Scalextric and the Romans built a road through it. Discover fascinating facts about the town in this free exhibition.

The Spring, East Street, Havant, until August 31

3 A meeting of voices

Rachel has been her deaf mother's voice since she was born. Now she too  wants to be heard. The Meeting is a new play by Charlotte Jones.

Minerva Theatre, Chichester, until August 11 

4 Tattoos for kids

Take your children to the Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth, and let them design their own temporary glitter tattoo. All part of a major dockyard exhibition about the history of tattoos.

Midday to 4pm tomorrow

5 Adventure for little ones

What's hiding in the woods and what is lurking in the pond? It's time for the Crazy Critters Bug Hunt at Queen Elizabeth Country Park. For children aged two or more.

Nr Clanfield, 10.30am tomorrow

6 Blood and gore everywhere

Titchfield Festival Theatre's summer festival continues with the company's staging of the dark and violent Titus Andronicus by The Bard.

Great Barn, Titchfield, tomorrow until Aug 5