Six things to do in the next 72 hours: July 15, 16 and 17
Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area this weekend
EXHIBITION: HISTORIC PROPERTIES
Emsworth Museum, Saturday and Sunday, times vary
Emsworth Historic Properties is a new exhibition which will highlight some of the lesser-known resources with relevance to property research.
FOOD & DRINK: SOUTHSEA FESTIVAL
Palmerston Road, Saturday and Sunday, from 10am
Browse more than 50 stalls selling a delectable variety of food, drinks and utensils, as Southsea Food Festival returns for its 11th year.
Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Saturday, 7.30pm
Folk-rockers Bemis will celebrate the release of their hot-off-the-press seventh album with a special hometown gig, including a performance by the rarely-seen Bemis Big Band.
COMEDY: KEITH FARNAN
Portsmouth Guildhall, Saturday, 8pm
Irish funnyman Farnan will headline another side-splitting night of stand-up at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club, MC’d as ever by Damion Larkin.
MARKET: CRAFTS IN THE TOWER
The Square Tower, Old Portsmouth, Sunday, 11am-4pm
Jeweller Rachel Bailey will be among those showcasing her wares at the latest Crafts In The Tower event, which will once again shine a deserved light on the south’s finest creatives.
DAY OUT: DOGGIE FUNDAY
Bow Wows at No7, Port Solent, Sunday, from 11am
The Doggie Funday promises plenty of fun activites for dogs and their owners, including outdoor games, mini photo sessions and a brand new doggie spa.