Delve into the fascinating musical world of Jane Austen with a delightful programme of music from the Austen Trio. Created from a detailed exploration of the Austen Family music books, this programme includes works by Haydn, Dussek and Cramer.
We Are Scientists, the Brooklyn, New York based power pop troupe released their sixth album ‘Megaplex’ via 100% Records on April 27th, the infamous duo, Keith Murray (guitar/vocals) and Chris Cain (bass), are once again set to dazzle the
world with ten brand new splashes of colourful and utterly addictive pop that serve as a welcome distraction to these bleak times we live in.
Collapsed Lung, Omar Baba, and Motif perform at Southsea Bandstand from 1:00pm ‘til 4:00pm on Saturday 21st July 2018.
Energetic reggae-dub-bass eight-piece Backbeat Soundsystem, ska/reggae groovers The Silhouettes, and dub-clash DJ Tom Mayhem perform at Southsea Bandstand from 1:00pm ‘til 4:00pm on Sunday 15th July 2018.
Funk-soul-disco group Mr. Big Stuff and Portsmouth party outfit The Smiley Campbell Band perform at Southsea Bandstand from 1:00pm ‘til 4:00pm on Saturday 30th June 2018, with DJ Tony Broad and Funktifino on the decks.
Five-piece 60s band Mojo Dollar perform a mix of mod, motown, blues, beat, and a bit of party stuff live at Southsea Bandstand from 1:00pm ‘til 4:00pm on Saturday 23rd June 2018.
All under 20, this group of local artists tackles themes ranging from intensely personal life stories to socio-political anger. This is their second Portsmouth exhibition, following involvement in Play Code City in 2017.
A workshop for local schoolchildren exploring the themes of freedom of expression through art, music, and space takes place at Portsmouth Cathedral as part of the Portsmouth Festivities 2018 programme from 9:30am ‘til 11:30am on Monday 18th June.
Join the celebration of the start of the 2018 Portsmouth Festivities programme in music and prayer. Portsmouth Cathedral’s Choir will sing Zoltan Kodaly’s Missa Brevis, first covertly performed in the basement of Budapest Concert Hall during the Second World War as an expression of defiance and free-will, tying into this year’s theme of ‘FREEDOM’.