Six things to do in the next 48 hours: October 26 and 27
Your quick guide to what's on in the Portsmouth area
POP: ZARA LARSSON
Portsmouth Guildhall, Friday, 7pm
You’ll recognise her vocals on Clean Bandit’s chart-topping single Symphony, but Swedish teen star Zara Larsson is stepping out on her own merits.
MARKET: SECOND-HAND BOOK SALE
Hayling Scouts’ HQ, until Saturday, times vary
The Hayling Scouts’ giant second-hand book sale is back. Browse 10,000 fiction and non-fiction books as well as a large collection of CDs and DVDs.
Ferneham Hall, Fareham, until Saturday, 7.30pm
Featuring a large cast of nearly 50 young actors, the Stage One Youth Theatre troupe are taking on Oliver!, the classic musical by Lionel Bart.
No6 Cinema, Historic Dockyard, Thursday, 7pm
Dirk Bogarde stars as a closeted gay man in suspense film Victim, which broke ground in 1961 as the first English language film to use the word ‘homosexual’.
FAMILY: HALLOWEEN AT STANSTED PARK
Stansted Park, Rowlands Castle, Friday until Sunday
Families can step into a ghostly time machine for halloween and meet the past residents of the Mansion House, state rooms and servants’ quarters as they return from the grave.
INDIE: KELE OKEREKE
Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Friday, 8pm
Crafting a more organic sound than his first two electro-led solo albums, Bloc Party singer Kele Okereke will bare his soul and embrace his roots playing cuts from new record Fatherland.