Six things to do in the Portsmouth area on Wednesday and Thursday
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COMEDY: This four-piece comedy troupe will perform their quick wit and original comedic routines. Tickets £15. The Spring, Havant, Thursday, 8pm.
FILM: Set in Roman times, watch the story of a once-powerful general forced to become a common gladiator. Tickets £9, concessions £7.50. No6 Cinema, Portsmouth Dockyard, Wednesday, 7pm.
CONCERT: Enjoy this lunchtime live concert with Kurt Rampton playing an array of pieces on the organ. Retiring collection. Portsmouth Cathedral, Thursday, 1.10pm.
EVENT: Visit Vancouver, Sydney, the Canadian Rockies and more – all while sat in the comfort of your seat. Tickets £8. Raising money for the Lord Mayor’s Appeal. Lord Mayor's Banqueting Room, Portsmouth Guildhall, Wednesday, 7.30pm.
STAGE: A delicate, hilarious and thought-provoking play by David Hare about an unlikely love affair. Tickets £15. Call (023) 9264 9000 for more details. New Theatre Royal, Guildhall Walk, Wednesday, 7.30pm.
THEATRE: The England v Germany World Cup qualifying match is about to start. Over the next few hours, national defeat looms and xenophobic tensions rise. Chichester Spiegeltent, Wednesday, 7.45pm.