Six things to do in the next 48 hours: July 6 and 7
Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow
Vicarage Farm, near Winchester, today until Saturday
Find out why Blissfields was named UK Festivals’ Best Small Festival. Metronomy and The Cinematic Orchestra head up the bizarre-themed weekend.
COMEDY: AYESHA HAZARIKA
Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham, tonight, 7.30pm
Former political advisor to the Labour party, Ayesha Hazarika returns to her first love – stand-up, with a show about her time in Westminster called State of The Nation.
PUNK: JOYCE MANOR
The Joiners, Southampton, tomorrow, 7.30pm
Co-headlining with Britain’s DIY scene darlings Martha, Californian pop-punks Joyce Manor will be packing their set full of short, sharp anthems.
CLASSICAL: GLORIOUS ELGAR
Chichester Cathedral, tonight, 7.30pm
Joined by Classical Brit Award-winning cellist Guy Johnstone, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will perform Elgar’s Cello Concerto.
POP: PRIORY PARK FESTIVAL
Priory Park, Chichester, tomorrow until Sunday
Veteran crooner and (Show Me The Way To) Amarillo hitmaker Tony Christie will be closing this year’s Priory Park Festival.
STAND-UP: COMEDY ALL STARS
Horndean Technology College, tomorrow, 7pm
Controversial Canadian funnyman Tom Stade will headline a bill of top-flight stand-ups, include Paul McCaffrey and Bethany Black and local comic James Alderson.