GOING OUT: Six things to do in the next 48 hours, March 14 and 15
A quick guide to what's on in the Portsmouth area
FOLK: SAM KELLY
Hot on the heels of a tour with his band The Lost Boys, the Radio 2 Folk Award-winner Sam Kelly is appearing in a stripped-down duo format with collaborator Jamie Francis.
Hambledon Folk Club, tonight, 8pm.
STAGE: SPINE-TINGLING SILLINESS
Inspired by the horror movies of the 1950s, The Thing That Came From Over There mixes paranoia, suspense and hilariously gruesome deaths.
The Ashcroft, Fareham, tonight, 7.30pm.
HumDrum revive Mary Chase’s 1944 play Harvey, about the titular six-foot invisible rabbit and its effect on the Dowd family.
The Spring, Havant, March 14-17.
INDIE: FICKLE FRIENDS
Indie-pop band Fickle Friends tour long-awaited debut album You Are Someone Else. Support comes from Portsmouth’s own Arcade Hearts.
Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, tonight, 8pm.
TALK: MARY ROSE
As part of British Science Week, hear from David Pearson, conservation manager at the Mary Rose about keeping Henry VIII’s flagship safe for future generations.
Mary Rose Museum, Historic Dockyard, tonight, 6-8pm.
Portsmouth Film Society screens Loveless, about an estranged Russian couple going through a divorce who want to start over when their son disappears.
The Eldon Building, Portsmouth, tonight, 7.30pm