Six things to do in the next 48 hours: May 3 and 4
Your quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area today and tomorrow
TALK: PRIDE OF THE NAVY
St John’s College, Southsea, tonight, 7.30pm
Stephen Prince, a senior historical adviser to the Royal Navy, will address St John’s Politics Society on the signifcance of the Korean War.
BLUES: DEVON ALLMAN
The Brook, Southampton, tonight, 8pm
His dad may be Allman Brothers legend Greg Allman, but award-winning singer and guitarist Devon Allman is forging his own
path to the top of the blues hierachy.
EXHIBITION: A THOUSAND WHISPERS
Play Dead Studio, Southsea, until May 27
Using found objects to create her beautifully crafted pieces, that artist known as Rust Bucket Workshop has a show of her work – A Thousand Whispers – on right now.
GALLERY: A SUMMER OF LOVE
Portsmouth Guildhall, until June 21
Caroline Misselbrook’s exhibtion celebrates her family’s love of nature and creativity as part of a series marking 50 years since the summer of love.
CINEMA: MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU...
The Big Screen, Guildhall Square, tomorrow, 7pm
There has been a re-awakening... Return to a galaxy far, far away on Star Wars Day with a free screening of the saga’s seventh episode, The Force Awakens.
The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, tomorrow, 8pm
Fuzz-rock duo Honeyblood will be proving exactly why it is that, in the words of their recent album’s title track: Babes Never Die.