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What do Marilyn Monroe and James Bond have in common? Apart from being two of the most iconic figures of the 20th century, they are both appearing at The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre, Havant.

On May 30 Dyad Productions presents The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe, promising to show Monroe as you have never seen her before – wearing a dressing gown and slippers, without glitz or glamour.

This radical interpretation of a Hollywood legend leads in real time, to the very moment of her death.

The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe shows at 1.45pm (tickets £7.50) and in the evening at 8pm (tickets:£12.50, concessions:£11.25).

The following day, May 31, offers a change of gear as Gavin Robertson’s new solo show sends up 007 in Bond: An Unauthorised Parody.

In this satirical physical adventure, Robertson spoofs the characters adored by millions in a show exploring every bond cliché possible courtesy of a time-machine and featuring the smallest car chase ever seen.

Bond: An Unauthorised Parody starts at 8pm – tickets:£12.50, concessions: £11.25.

All performances can be booked by calling the Box Office on (023) 9247 2700 or visiting