Things to do in the Portsmouth area on Thursday and Friday

Marwell Zoo has some new attractions for the Easter break: Brickosaurs. Picture: Jason Brown
Marwell Zoo has some new attractions for the Easter break: Brickosaurs. Picture: Jason Brown
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Here are our top picks. 

EVENT: The world-exclusive exhibition of Brickosaurs has been created with more than two million bricks, which is sure to excite families. Marwell Zooloical Park, Thursday, 10am-4pm. 

FILM: After a series of mysterious deaths in their small town, an offbeat group of friends led by Sidney Prescott become the target of a masked killer. No6 Cinema, Portsmouth Dockyard, Friday, 7pm. 

FOR KIDS: Go along to this family-friendly event to find shells hidden around the museum. Admission £4, children £3. The Diving Museum, Gosport, Friday, 11am-3.30pm. 

THEATRE: Watch Rudyard Kipling’s famous novel The Jungle Book come alive on stage with Wicket Productions in this family-friendly show. Tickets £18, concessions £15.50. New Theatre Royal, Guildhall Walk, Thursday, 6pm.

STAGE: This Kings Theatre and Jack Edwards production bring together young performers from across the region to perform Bugsy Malone. Tickets £19.50, children £13.50. Kings Theatre, Southsea, Friday, 6.30pm.

GIG: Award-winning Jess Robinson returns to the stage with more spot on celebrity impressions, musical comedy and amazing vocal gymnastics. Tickets £14. The Point, Eastleigh, Thursday, 8pm.