GOING OUT: Six things to do in the next 72 hours, March 17-19
Your quick guide to what's on in the Portsmouth area
FOLK: BROOM BEZZUMS (pictured)
By way of a stint in rock band Babylon Zoo, and busking their way around Europe, ‘Germany’s most famous English folk band,’ make a rare foray back to home turf.
Forest Folk, Boarhunt, Monday, 7.30pm.
CLASSICAL: UNIVERSITY CHOIR
Guide Award-winning University of Portsmouth Choir sing the Chichester Psalms to celebrate 100 years since Leonard Bernstein’s birth.
St Mary’s Church, Fratton, Saturday, 7.30pm
TRIBUTE: GO YOUR OWN WAY
Tribute act Rumours of Fleetwood Mac will be playing their namesake album in its entirety to mark 40 years of the 40m-selling mega-hit record.
Portsmouth Guildhall, Sunday, 7pm.
Former Strictly Come Dancing champion Pasha Kovalev returns with his latest show, The Magic of Hollywood, where he is joined by Anya Garnis.
Ferneham Hall, Fareham, Sunday, 7.30pm.
ROOTS: HOT ROCK PILGRIMS
Hot Rock Pilgrims will be demonstrating why they have become such an in demand old-time/bluegrass act, when they play songs from their debut album, Squirrel Hunting.
The Square Tower, Old Portsmouth, Sunday, 7.15pm.
CHORAL: GET A HANDEL ON THE MATTER
Portsmouth Baroque Choir with The Dolce Quartet perform a programme of choral and organ music by Handel to celebrate the Chandos Anthems.
Holy Trinity Church, Gosport, Saturday, 6pm.