Six things to do in the next 48 hours: July 4 and 5
Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area
Aspex, Gunwharf Quays, until July 23
In a playful celebration of Portsmouth’s relationship with the sea, Trawl will share stories from the UK’s network of artisanal or subsistence fishers.
MUSIC: SCHOOLS FESTIVAL
Portsmouth Guildhall, today until Sunday, 6.30pm
The Portsmouth Schools’ Music Festival celebrates the musical talents of students from across the region. Around 2,000 youngsters are expected to take part in the event.
OPERA: LA TRAVIATA
Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, today, 6.30pm
The Big Screen Portsmouth’s summer of live broadcast events from The Royal Opera House continues with a screening of Verdi’s masterpiece La Traviata.
FAMILY: CIRCUS WONDERLAND
King George V Playing Fields, Cosham, tomorrow until Sunday
Circus Wonderland returns to town with high-flying acrobats, tumblers and clowns promising thrills and spills for all the family.
CINEMA: LA LA LAND
The Spring Arts Centre, Havant, tomorrow, 1.45pm
Nominated for 14 Oscars, musical La La Land will return to the big screen, reviving the incomparable onscreen chemistry of Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling.
THEATRE: SHAKESPEARE IN THE CLOISTERS
Beaulieu Abbey Cloisters, tomorrow until Friday, 7pm
Atmospheric ruins will provide a beautiful backdrop for the Castle Theatre Company’s open-air production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.