What’s On

Mon 27th Mar

Denys Friendlies – St Denys Church Centre, Dundee Road, St Denys
10am – 2pm : A community drop-in for adults of all ages. It welcomes people with dementia and their carers. There’s a range of activities including talks, walks, crafty activities, board games, crosswords, word searches, local history, trips out to the local garden centre and much more.

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Mon 27th Mar. to Sat 1st Apr.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – Mayflower Theatre

This innovative drama, based on Mark Haddon’s award-winning novel and adapted for the stage by award-winning Playwright Simon Stephens returns to the Mayflower. Don’t miss it

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Tues 28th   Mar

Stand Up In The Basement comedy night –  5 Canute Road,
Ocean Village

8pm : Tony Law, Brett Goldstein, your host Colin Owens + special guests bring you a ribtickler of an evening !

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Tues. 28th   Mar

James Finnemore presents Bloom – The Point, Eastleigh

7.30pm : Bloom combines the haunting beats of an originally composed soundscore with intricate, gestural movement to explore
humans’ fear of unknown against an ever changing physical world.

 

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Wed.  29th  Mar – Tues. 4th Apr.

Wessex Guild of Craftsmen Exhibition – Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, J’ermyns Lane, Romsey

A diverse range of Arts andCrafts will be on show to view and purchase. There will be an opportunity to meet and talk with the Artist or Craftsman at various times throughout the exhibition.

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 Wed.  29th   Mar

Friends of Portswood Library present a talk on Bevois Mount Estate – Portswood Library, Portswood Road

12noon : Local historian, Allyson Hayes, will be talking about Bevois Mount Estate, how it came about and in particular its creator, Charles Mordaunt the 3rd Earl of Peterborough

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Thurs. 30th  Mar

CHAMPIONS OF MAGIC 2017 – Theatre Royal, Winchester

7.30pm : The  magical  team return for a spectacular night of mystery that’ll keep you guessing for a long time to come. Witness the impossible, including disappearances, teleportation and a heart stopping finale that sees one performer walk through the spinning steel blades of a giant industrial fan. Don’t do this at home ….

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Thurs. 30th   Mar – Sat. 1st Apr.

Made in Dagenham :  The Musical – Berry Theatre, Hedge End

Set in Essex 1968 and inspired by a true story, this uplifting musical comedy is about friendship, love and the importance of fighting for what is right.

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Fri. 31st  Mar

Friday Touch Tours for visitors with visual impairments Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre, Commercial Road,
Southampton

10.30am – 12.30pm : Art Educator Jo Bressloff leads our bi-monthly Touch Tour exploring our collections and latest exhibitions making art accessible to visually impaired audiences. Friendly and informal.

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Fri  31st  Mar

THE DUBLIN LEGENDS formerly known as THE DUBLINERS – Concorde Club, Eastleigh

The music of the legendary Irish folk group comes to the Concorde having toured the world to huge critical acclaim!. Guinness optional !!!

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Sat. 1st Apr.

Public Theatre Tour – Mayflower Theatre

10am : An exciting morning for anyone with an interest in heritage or theatre; you’ll explore the theatre from the heights of the Balcony, to the depths of sub stage and visit parts of the theatre not normally open to the general public.

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Sat. 1st Apr.

Shamrock Quay Festival – Shamrock Quay Marina, William Street,
Northam

10am – 3pm : Hampshire Farmers’ Markets and  MDL Marinas bring you a brilliant day, with local food and drink,  live cooking demonstrations and kids entertainment – there’s something to please all ages!    Admission if free, so all you’ll need to bring is your family and friends and an empty stomach!

 

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Sat 1st Apr

 

First Saturday Community Gardening – Freemantle Triangle Community Garden, Sir Georges Road (opposite what was previously the Park Hotel, Shirley Road end)

 

10am – 2pm : An informal gathering of Freemantle Triangle Residents Association and other interested residents and supporters, to dig, sow, harvest and socialise!. Tools are provided.  All welcome.
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Sun 2nd Apr.

 

Craft Fair at Bursledon Brickworks Museum, 148 Swanwick Lane, Fareham

 

11am – 4pm : Over 50 craft and gift stalls : Children’s Activities including crafts : Brickworks Museum with machinery : Displays & Exhibitions,  Old Chimney Pots, Old Slot Machines :   Four rooms re-created from the brickworkers cottages

 

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Sun 2nd Apr.

Topsy Turvy – Theatre Royal, Winchester

3pm : Join the Young Theatre Royal performers as they put on a host of wonderfully imaginative shows inspired by the theme Topsy Turvy.

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Sun 2nd Apr.

Simply Aston Martin – Beaulieu National Motor Museum

10am – 5pm : All Aston Martin owners are invited to drive into Beaulieu and park up within the museum complex for what promises to be a superb day out for both Aston Martin owners and enthusiasts.                                     From the classic styling of the Series 1 to the sleek lines of the DB11, all models are welcome. It’s a great opportunity to admire other’s vehicles and to connect with fellow enthusiasts…. James Bond is very welcome !!