GOING OUT: Six great things to do in the next 48 hours, May 21 and 22
A quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow
Thanks to a royal charter, the horse-trading community has descended on Wickham each May for more than 700 years. There will also be a fun fair in The Square.
The Square, Wickham, today, until late.
DRAMA: Great Expectations
Watch the young orphan Pip navigate life’s perils, including the clutches of Miss Havisham, in this new adaptation of Dickens’ Great Expectations.
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, tomorrow-Saturday.
The Groundlings Theatre presents Shakespeare’s searing tragedy of political manipulation and revenge, Coriolanus.
The Groundlings, Portsea, tomorrow-Wednesday, 8pm.
MUSIC: Spitfire Sisters
Three-part harmony, 1940s-inspired act, The Spitfire Sisters perform at this special concert for babies and toddlers and their parents.
Portsmouth Guildhall, today, 9.30am-11.15am.
FOLK: Forest Folk
Chris While and Julie Matthews have been collaborating for more than 20 years, and now they are on the road promoting their latest release, a second volume of their Best Of.
Forest Folk, North Boarhunt, today, 7.30pm.
JAZZ: Tomasso Starace
Italian sax maestro Tomasso Starace and band are the latest guests of the Portsmouth Jazz Society, with a show paying tribute to the greats.
The Inn Lodge, Portsmouth, today, 7.15pm.