Six things to do in the next 48 hours: May 15 and 16
Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow
DANCE: BREAKIN’ CONVENTION
Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, tonight and tomorrow
Breakin’ Convention, the world’s biggest festival of hip-hop dance theatre, will showcase B-boys from around the world and around the corner.
THEATRE: FORTY YEARS ON
Chichester Festival Theatre, until Saturday
Very few tickets remain for the final performances of Forty Years On – the classic Alan Bennett comedy starring acting royalty Richard Wilson.
FESTIVAL: PINT OF SCIENCE
The Fat Fox & The Barley Mow, Southsea, until Wednesday
Delve into topics such as superbugs, prehistoric life, and mending organs as the three-day Pint of Science festival comes to two Portsmouth pubs.
THEATRE: THE WOMAN IN BLACK
Nuffield Southampton Theatres, until Saturday
If you missed The Woman In Black during its run of dates in Portsmouth, catch the legendary gothic West End play at its most chilling on the 30th anniversary tour.
POETRY: SARA HIRSCH
Petersfield Townhouse, tomorrow, 7.15pm
Sara Hirsch, a former poet in residence at Bang Said The Gun on BBC Radio 2, will bring her witty performance to the next Write Angle poetry and music open mic night.
ROCK: MY VITRIOL
Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, tomorrow, 8pm
Often credited with ushering in a new wave of shoegaze dubbed ‘NuGaze’, My Vitriol have returned from a lengthy break, supported by Fainites.