GOING OUT: Six of the best for Thursday and Friday, September 20 and 21

Here are a handful of the best events taking place across the region on Thursday and Friday.Â

Wednesday, 19th September 2018, 11:13 am
Updated Wednesday, 19th September 2018, 12:18 pm
Hal Cruttenden will be at The Point, Eastleigh, on Thursday evening.

COMEDY: Hal Cruttenden is the London-born TV regular and self-confessed middle-class luvvie, who is sharing his brand of upbeat observational humour. The Point, Eastleigh, Thursday, 7.30pm. 


CONCERT: Talented organist James Thomas will be performing an array of classical pieces. Everyone is welcome at this free event. Portsmouth Cathedral, Friday, 1.10pm. 

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FILM: Carrie White is a lonely, withdrawn high-school student, ridiculed by her classmates. But she hatches a revenge plot. No6 Cinema, Portsmouth Dockyard, Friday, 7pm. 


STAGE: When Marianne and Roland meet at a barbecue, a multiverse of potential outcomes unfolds and each choice they make creates a series of branching paths. Prices vary. The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, Thursday, 7.30pm. 


EVENT: If you know someone who suffers with Parkinsons, take them to these dance classes. Led by experts, these classes  improve movement, wellbeing and confidence. The Point, Eastleigh, Thursday, 2.45pm. 


GIG: This London-based duo met while on the gigging scene and have come together to create blues-driven rock sounds in their debut album, Glitter and Spit. The Joiners, Southampton, Thursday, 7.30pm.