Fareham, Portsmouth and Hayling Island’s best things to do this May bank holiday 

Portsmouth Comic Con at The Guildhall -  Boba Fett and the Stormtroopers take aim. Picture: Vernon Nash (180382 -034)
Portsmouth Comic Con at The Guildhall - Boba Fett and the Stormtroopers take aim. Picture: Vernon Nash (180382 -034)

Here are six great things to do. 

EVENT: Calling all Marvel, Star Wars and Dr Who lovers, Comic Con Portsmouth will be bringing the best of comic, film, TV and pop culture entertainment. Portsmouth Guildhall, Saturday and Sunday, 12-6pm. 

PERFORMANCE: Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society present the Alan Akybourn comedy Relatively Speaking, about a young couple and their infidelity. Station Theatre, Hayling Island, Sunday, 7.30pm. 

FAIR: Go along to this family-friendly fair which has a real ale tent, arena displays, bouncy castle, live performances and more. St Mary’s Church, Fratton, Monday, 10am-4pm. 

STAGE: Presented by King’s Academy, this family-based show is based on the story of Princess Anastasia and her journey to unlock secrets from the past. Tickets £14. Ferneham Hall, Fareham, Saturday, 6.30pm. 

DANCE: An enjoyable evening of entertainment by the Dance Divas, including street dance to ballet and contemporary to rock’n’roll. Featuring dancers aged three and above. Tickets £16. Kings Theatre, Southsea, Sunday, 7.30pm. 

SHOW: The event includes animal displays, a dog show, Punch and Judy, children’s rides, arts and crafts stall and more. Free admission. Castle Field, Clarence Esplanade, Monday, 10am-5pm.