Six things to do in the next 48 hours: July 13 and 14
Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area
TALENT: SCHOOLS SHOWCASE
Kings Theatre, Southsea, tonight, 6.30pm
More than 300 pupils from schools across South Hampshire have teamed up to showcase their shining young talents with a varied evening of arts.
LITERATURE: JOANNA TROLLOPE
Theatre Royal Winchester, tonight, 6pm
One of Britain’s best-loved novelists, Joanna Trollope, will be considering Jane Austen’s genius and the realities and hardships of her life as part of the Winchester Festival.
The Concorde Club, Eastleigh, tonight, 9pm
After winning Britain’s Got Talent and becoming ‘the world’s most successful musical theatre group’, Collabro are touring their new album Home.
THEATRE: ROMEO & JULIET
HMS Excellent, Whale Island, until Saturday
Watch The Royal Navy Theatre Association take on the greatest love story ever written, Romeo & Juliet, in the unique surrounds of a stone frigate.
TRIBUTE: THE JOHNNY CASH ROADSHOW
Ferneham Hall, Fareham, tomorrow, 7.30pm
The Johnny Cash Roadshow is a show not to be missed by avid fans or even the casual listener of the most iconic singer-songwriter of all time.
STAND-UP: WEDGE COMEDY CLUB
Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, tomorrow, 7.30pm
American comedy veteran Dave Fulton is the latest big name to appear at Portsmouth’s longest-running stand-up night, alongside Kevin McCarthy, Elliot Steel and MC Dinga.