GOING OUT: Six things to do in the next 48 hours, March 20 and 21

Two legends - Peter Knight and John Spiers appear at the Ashcroft, Fareham, on Wednesday.
Two legends - Peter Knight and John Spiers appear at the Ashcroft, Fareham, on Wednesday.
Rehearsals for Hedda Gabler by The Bench, April 2018. Picture by Jacquie Penrose

Bench Theatre brings Ibsen classic to The Spring  

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Your quick guide to what’s on in the Portsmouth area

FOLK: KNIGHT AND SPIERS (pictured)

The debut tour of two folk legends: fiddle virtuoso Peter Knight (ex-Steeleye Span) and melodeon player extraordinaire John Spiers (ex-Bellowhead).

Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham, tomorrow 7.30pm.

STAGE: SOME MOTHERS DO ’AVE ’EM

Stand-up, musical star and presenter Joe Pasquale attempts to revive the hapless Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Em. Can he do it?

New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, tonight-Saturday, 7.30pm

EXHIBITION: DOCKYARD ART

Exhibition of Lachlan Goudie’s paintings of Type 45 destroyers and Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers under construction in Scotland.

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard until June.

CHILDREN’S: GEORGE’S MARVELLOUS MEDICINE

In this adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic George’s Marvellous Medicine we follow the attempts of our titular hero to cure his granny of her cruelty by making a potion.

Nuffield Southampton Theatres, March 20-24.

GIG: ITCH

As frontman and songwriter for critically-acclaimed The King Blues for the past 13 years, Itch is one of Britain’s most treasured lyricists and spoken word artists.

Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, tomorrow 7.30pm.

DANCE: JIVE LESSONS

Beginners are welcome at this weekly Waterlooville dancing session which specialises in modern jive classics. No partner necessary. £7.50.

Community centre, Maurepas Way, today 8-11pm