Things to do on the May bank holiday and Tuesday
Here are our top picks.
STAGE: Enjoy this mind-bending thriller by Anthony Horowitz about an interviewee and a serial killer. Tickets from £19, £17 concessions. Kings Theatre, Southsea, Tuesday, 7.30pm.
PERFORMANCE: Hayling Island Amateur Dramatic Society present the Alan Akybourn comedy Relatively Speaking, about a young couple and their infidelity. Station Theatre, Hayling Island, Monday, 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.
COMEDY: James Alderson hosts another night of laugh-out-loud comedy, featuring Stephen Bailey (pictured), Jonathan Pelham, Gráinne Maguire and Tom Deacon. Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham, Tuesday, 7.45pm.
MUSICAL: Starring Russell Grant and Mark Read, transport yourself back to the 1960s with Hairspray the Musical. Featuring songs The Nicest Kids in Town and Hairspray. The Gaiety Bar, Southsea, Monday, 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.