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Your quick guide to what's on in the Portsmouth area
MUSICAL: WEST SIDE STORY, pictured
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, today until Saturday
University of Portsmouth Dramatic and Musical Society takes on Arthur Laurent’s update of Shakespeare as Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern day New York in West Side Story.
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, today until Saturday.
LIVE SCORE: BARN OF THE DEAD
The Barn, Milton, today, 7pm
28 Beats Later present Barn of The Dead, an interactive pop-up screening of Danny Boyle’s zombie classic, 28 Days Later, featuring live music.
EXHIBITION: GARRICK PALMER
Jack House Gallery, Old Portsmouth, tomorrow until April 7
The work of Portsmouth painter and printmaker Garrick Palmer is celebrated in this new exhibition which covers his work back to the 1950s.
TALK: WOMEN’S RIGHTS
Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth, tomorrow, 6pm
Deeds not Words, the Story of Women’s Rights, Then and Now is a free public lecture by Dr Helen Pankhurst, international development and women’s rights activist.
TRIBUTE: THE GREAT GIG IN THE GUILDHALL
Portsmouth Guildhall, tomorrow, 7.30pm
Brit Floyd present their Eclipse tour to mark 45 years since the release of the seminal Dark Side of The Moon album. The show will also present the best of Pink Floyd’s back catalogue.
The Joiners, Southampton, tomorrow, 7.30pm
Frontman of rockers The Wildhearts, Ginger, shows off his more reflective side as he tours his new country and roots-influenced solo album.