Six things to do in the next 48 hours: November 21 and 22
Your quick guide to what's on in the Portsmouth area
STAGE: BALLET BLACK
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, Tuesday, 7.30pm
Ballet Black presents a triple bill, commissioned by artistic director Cassa Pancho – Captured, Dopamine and Red Riding Hood.
CONCERT: SOUTHSEA SKIFFLE ORCHESTRA
Portsmouth Guildhall, Tuesday, 12pm
The Southsea Skiffle Orchestra will be giving a free concert, playing some classics from the genre as well as a few hidden gems.
ROCK: WOLF ALICE
O2 Guildhall Southampton, Tuesday, 7pm
Wolf Alice hit Hampshire for the penultimate night of their biggest tour to date in support of their newly released and critically acclaimed second album, Visions Of A Life.
FESTIVE: COSHAM CHRISTMAS CRACKER
Cosham High Street, Wednesday, 4-6pm
Hundreds of families will come out for the Cosham Christmas Cracker, which will see Father Christmas switch on the festive lights before a dazzling fireworks display.
CINEMA: THE HANDMAIDEN
Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth, Wednesday, 7pm
Portsmouth Film Society is showing the director’s cut of erotic thriller The Handmaiden, the latest film from notorious filmmaker Park Chan-wook.
TALK: WHERE OSPREYS DARE
Warblington School, tomorrow, 7.30pm
Osprey expert Andy Lester will be giving a talk on Fishlake Meadows in Romsey, in an evening hosted by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.