Six things to do in the next 48 hours: October 17 and 18
Your quick guide to what's on in the Portsmouth area
PUNK: FRANK IERO AND THE PATIENCE
Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, tomorrow, 7pm
Now armed with new EP Keep The Coffins Coming, ex-My Chemical Romance guitarist Frank Iero has returned to his roots with his band The Patience.
CINEMA: VICEROY’S HOUSE
Eldon Building, University of Portsmouth, tonight, 7pm
Hugh Bonneville stars as Lord Mountbatten in Viceroy’s House, a film about the end of the British Raj in 1947, screened by Portsmouth Film Society.
INDIE: THE BIG MOON
The Loft, Southampton, tonight, 7.30pm
Fresh from their Mercury Prize nomination for debut album Love in the 4th Dimension, The Big Moon are setting a course for the stratosphere.
EXHIBITION: LOST IN TIME – THE STORIES
Art Space Portsmouth, until Sunday, times vary
As a companion to the main exhibition at The Spring in Havant, Lost In Time: The Stories is the final show for the remastered works of 1930s lithographic artist Lawrence Gleadle.
POP: SHANE FILAN
Portsmouth Guildhall, tonight, 7pm
Former Westlife singer Shane Filan tours his new album Love Always, which features a mix of classic love songs and his own compositions. Expect these, plus his old band’s hits.
LEGEND: JOE BROWN
New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth, tomorrow, 7.30pm
Joe Brown packs in songs and stories from a 58-year career that takes in music hall, skiffle, rock’n’roll, theatre, films, TV, radio and even the circus.