Journeys Festival International bring their high-impact outdoor exhibition ‘Look Up’ back to Portsmouth as part of the 2017 festival programme.
Torment is a new live scare attraction running at Gunwharf Quays from Friday 20th October to Sunday 29th October, inviting you to brave a Victorian manor house filled with malevolent demons.
Artists Tony Spencer and Kye Wilson present a video installation depicting a West African musician known as Spearman, inside The Container Project’s titular eponymous shipping container outside Portsmouth Cathedral.
On Monday 23rd October, artist Natalia Michalska will host an art walk, giving you an insight into the process of portrait making and the stories of refugees involved with the project.
Brighton-based artist Hong Dam chats with Dr Isabelle Cheng about the experiences of Asian women seeking refuge overseas, discussing the balance between adapting to new surroundings and maintaining links with places left behind.
Little Shop of Horrors is a charming, kooky, and hilarious 1950s musical sci-fi spoof.
With music by the legendary Alan Menken, best known for his numerous Walt Disney film scores, it is a cult film, and one of the longest running off-Broadway shows of all time.
Independent creative and cultural collective Trash Arts and Journeys Festival International Portsmouth present a showing of feature-length documentary They’ll Have To Kill Us First as part of Journeys Festival International Portsmouth.
Learn about how Portsmouth has welcomed its new residents in this unique audiovisual documentary exhibition in The Container Project’s titular eponymous shipping container outside Portsmouth Cathedral.
On Thursday 26 October, HMS Sultan hosts a fun filled evening of entertainment at the HMS Sultan Bonfire & Fireworks Night 2017.
Swedish pop star Zara Larsson performs at Portsmouth Guildhall this summer following the release of her highly-anticipated album So Good.
On Sunday 29th October, artist Majid Dhana will host an art walk, giving you the opportunity to explore his words and poetry as he responds to Look Up Portsmouth portraits and the stories behind them.
Whiteley's annual fireworks display will take place on Sunday 29th October.