Things to do in the Portsmouth area on Tuesday and Wednesday

Here are our top picks.

Monday, 29th April 2019, 11:57 am
Updated Monday, 29th April 2019, 12:03 pm
Kings Theatre, Southsea, April 30-May 4.

STAGE: Written by Willy Russell, Blood Brothers tells the tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up differently only to fatefully meet again. Kings Theatre, Southsea, Tuesday, 7.30pm. 

 

CONCERT: Nick Tudgey will be playing a mixture of blues, jazz, country and classical music on his finger-style guitars. Free. Holy Trinity Church, Fareham, Tuesday, 12.30pm. 

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GIG: Robyn Hitchcock – the ex-Soft Boys frontman – returns to the stage to perform tracks from his vast back catalogue and 2017 self-titled album. Tickets £16. Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Wednesday, 7.30pm. 

 

MUSICAL: Starring Russell Grant and Mark Read, dance in the 1960s with Hairspray the Musical. Featuring songs The Nicest Kids in Town, Good Morning Baltimore and more. The Gaiety Bar, Southsea, Wednesday, 7.30pm.  

 

THEATRE: Definitely Not Romeo and Juliet sees two men play seven characters in the classic Shakespearean tragedy featuring glitches, botched lines, bad acting and an unexpected surprise. Portsmouth Guildhall, Tuesday, 8pm. 

 

COMEDY: Join award-winning comedian James Alderson as he introduces the sixth year of heats for the South Coast Comedian of the Year. Tickets £8-10. Portsmouth Guildhall, Wednesday, 7.30pm.