GOING OUT: Six great things to do in the next 72 hours, April 21-23, 2018
What's on in the Portsmouth area
EVENT: Pick up a platter
Once you’ve checked out the exclusives on offer at Pie and Vinyl for Record Store Day, stay and enjoy some live music and shopping in the street fair.
Castle Road, Southsea, Saturday, from 8am.
Car boot sales return this weekend, and will take place every Sunday until September. A percentage of the income generated will go to local charities.
Southsea Common, Sunday, from 7am.
CHILDREN’S: Sing, dance and enjoy the show
A whole host of children’s TV favourites, including Bob The Builder, Noddy and Fireman Sam will be joining in the fun at the Milkshake! Live show.
The Kings Theatre, Southsea, Sunday, 11.30am & 2.30pm
TATTOO’S: Get inked up
See more than 60 artists plying their trade at Portsmouth Tattoo Fest. The two-day event will also feature live music, burlesque and the Rival Ink competition.
The Pyramids, Southsea, Saturday-Sunday, 10.30am
STAND-UP: For all your LOLZ needs
Duncan Oakley, Naz Osmanoglu, Matt Stellingwerf, Sean McLoughlin and Liam Pickford fill out a busy bill for the latest instalment of the Laugh Out Loud comedy club.
Portsmouth Guildhall, Saturday, 7.30pm.
ART: Ray Richardson
Coasteroller is a solo exhibition by artist Ray Richardson which references crime fiction, particularly James Ellory, classic noir, hustler and gangsters.
Jack House Gallery, Old Portsmouth, until May 19.