Visitors can sign up as ‘Shipwreck Explorers’ upon arrival at the museum and will be equipped with a map and clues. Explorers can uncover a treasure trove of Tudor artefacts from the seabed, get hands on, and discover how the shipwreck was found, excavated, and salvaged.Read More
Gunwharf Quays and Love Southsea have announced the first ever Love Southsea Creatives Market at Gunwharf Quays. Launching in the Easter break on 16th April, the market will showcase the very best local talent, with traders showcasing everything from beautiful jewellery to clothing, artwork, photography, and crafts.Read More
For over two years now a team from London production house Zanda Films have been allowed unprecedented access to Portsmouth Football Club, it’s players new and old, staff, and people behind the scenes who really knew what was happening during the recent downfall of the club.Read More
Now in its 20th year, Portsmouth Festivities continues to impress with a diverse range of events. From June 14-23, visitors and residents of the city are invited to a 10-day extravaganza — showcasing the best of Portsmouth and the world.Read More
As always Portsmouth and Southsea looks set to play host to some amazing events in the coming year. With the ongoing success of Victorious Festival, Portsmouth Festivities, Beach Dubbin’, Portsmouth Comic Con, and many more smaller events around the city, 2018 will be hard to beat.Read More
Local Portsmouth and Southsea creative Michael Rutter recently spent some time exploring Chernobyl and specifically the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. This is his story surrounding the trip and a collection of his stunning, thought provoking images captured during the trip.Read More
On the weekend beginning November 3rd, people from all backgrounds and disciplines join together to learn something new, work together, and build something awesome at the South Coast’s biggest hackathon; Hack Pompey.Read More
Dice Portsmouth has been several years in the making. The team behind the new venture almost gave up on several occasions as their search for a permanent home proved fruitless. But now, Portsmouth’s first ever board game lounge, is fully open to the public!
The intense heat may have receded, but we are still enjoying the more typical
warmth of the English summer – you may just need to grab a jumper before you go
out. Make the most of it by sitting outdoors, taking in the views and enjoying some of
the city’s great eating opportunities.
This end-of-May half term, Mary Rose Museum, in partnership with LEGO building company Bright Bricks, are giving LEGO brick enthusiasts the opportunity to recreate Holbein's portrait of Henry VIII in the form of a four-metre high LEGO brick mosaic.Read More
Portsmouth International Port is hosting an exhibition of impressively-sized photography depicting the city’s most-loved landmarks and lesser-known hidden gems, captured by students from Highbury College.Read More
The Mary Rose Museum is delighted to announce its participation in Kids in Museums: Takeover Day on Wednesday 15 November, from 10:00 – 14:00. Takeover Day is a nation-wide celebration of children and young people’s contributions to museums, galleries, arts organisations, archives and heritage sites.Read More
English Touring Opera (ETO) are presenting a new production of German baroque composer Handel’s renowned masterpiece, Giulio Cesare (Julius Caesar), at the New Theatre Royal on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th October — the first time the piece will have been performed in full in Portsmouth.Read More