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31 March, and April 1 to 4th

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks

Apollo Theatre, Pyle Street, Newport, Isle of Wight

A formidable widow who takes private dancing lessons with an acerbic young dance teacher. Their different backgrounds give rise to a range of comic and also emotional moments, as she eventually reveals her closely guarded secret, and he shares his greatest gifts.

Opening night tickets cost £8, and for other nights the cost is £8.50.

Ring the box office on (01983) 527267. Advance booking forms can be obtained from a dispenser at the theatre's main entrance.

Play by Richard Alfieri

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Sunday 29th

The MGC Choir will perform Maunder’s Olivet to Calvery at 6pm at The Church of the Resurrection, Drayton. Admission is free with a retiring collection. All are welcome

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Monday 30 March |

Willow Work Training Session | 10am / 2 hours

Learn traditional techniques and knowledge of using willow to make baskets and willow structures. All materials and tools are provided, but if you have a favourite sharp pair of secateurs and a strong penknife do bring them along. Session led by Sean Connors Tickets: £10 Meet: Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne

Book online at www.tuppennybarn.co.uk

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Tuesday 31st March

Mayor’s Charity Dinner at South Downs College

6.15 pm  

Tickets £32.

More details - Anne Thurlow, Mayor’s Secretary - 02392 446152

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APRIL

The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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Tuesday 31st March – Saturday 4th April 2015

CALAMITY JANE

Kings Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea, Portsmouth Performances:. (Performance times vary, please see website for details.)

Tickets: £34 - £25, prices dependant on performance.

Box Office 02392 828282

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Wednesday 1 April

First Wednesday of each month

Macmillan Cancer Information Centre based at Portsmouth Central Library. Who offer information, signposting and a listening ear to anyone affected by cancer.   They are starting a new coffee morning on Wednesday 1 April and it will run on the first Wednesday of each month thereafter from 10am to 12 noon. It's aimed at anyone affected by cancer, including carers.  Contact Patricia Garrett Macmillan Library Officer Central Library Guildhall Square Portsmouth 023 9268 8259 or 07960091722

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Wednesday April 1st                                                                                              

Mass and Charity Lunch

Noon  at St. Mary’s Church Fratton Road , Portsmouth

A chance to enjoy a light lunch —the money raised will be used to support the Bishop’s Lent Appeal.

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Every Thursday

Leigh park Community Singers want you to join them

Park Community School

7.15 - 8.45pm ….. Cost £3 adults and £2 for children.

No auditions. Everyone welcome.

If you are between the ages of 8 and 80 and enjoy singing, meeting new people and having fun, this could be the ideal group for you.

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Friday 3rd April 2015

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton, BN17 5BZ

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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Saturday April 4th

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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First Sunday every month

HAVANT SPIRITUALIST CHURCH IS RUNNING A CHILDRENS CLUB WHICH.STARTS AT 11am.

IT IS FOR CHILDREN AGED 4YRS TO 14YRS.

YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN IN THE CLUB WHILE YOU ATTEND THE CHURCH SERVICE

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Monday 6th April 2015

Havant Borough 50+ Forum

The Beacon, upstairs in the Meridian Centre

1:30pm to 3:30pm and the first Monday each month.

Monthly meetings are held with guest speakers covering a wide range of topics.

They are a friendly group, who have helped to sort out many issues for local residents.

Call for more information 02392 455552

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Monday April 6th

Giant Car Boot Sale

St Joseph's RC Church West Street, Havant

9am- 2pm Gates open 7am.  Cars £6, Vans £8.

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8th to 11th April

70 GIRLS 70

HAYLING MUSICAL SOCIETY

Station Theatre, Station Road, Hayling Island

023 9246 6363

7.30 pm. MUSICAL

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Saturday 11th April

Southbourne Lions

Bric a Brac sale, International Hall, The Square Emsworth. 10:00am – 12:30pm Tel: 01243 431183

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Come dancing at Cosham Community Centre, next to health centre.

Every Wednesday 1.45 -3.45pm

Social Sequence dancing, refreshments available

members £3.00 non members. £3.50

Enjoy dancing and meet new friends.

Phone 023 92384712 for details.

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Every Thursday

Leigh park Community Singers want you to join them

Park Community School

7.15 - 8.45pm ….. Cost £3 adults and £2 for children.

No auditions. Everyone welcome.

If you are between the ages of 8 and 80 and enjoy singing, meeting new people and having fun, this could be the ideal group for you.

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Saturday  11th April

Bedhampton Social Hall Association

Are holding a Spring Craft Fayre from 10am to 4pm .  If you are interested in having a stall at this event  £8  and £5 for charities. Please contact Denise at the Social Hall on 023 92480654.

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Saturday 11th April

Hayling Island Bowls Club

at the URC Church Hall from 9am to 1pm  will be

holding a Spring Fair and Coffee Morning including home made cakes,

chutneys and jams, books, toys, bric-a-brac and free tea/coffee and

biscuits. Admission 50p. All welcome! Tel: 02392 468237

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Sunday 12th April 2015.

Afternoon concert

 On the 1934 Gosport Compton Pipe Organ by Southampton Organist Paul Francis.

Concert will be held in the Thorngate Halls Bury Rd Gosport PO12 3PX,will start at 2pm doors open at 1.15pm

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Saturday 11th April

Leigh Park Bowls club 50th Birthday Open Day

10 am to 4pm

Come along to try a game of bowls, please wear flat shoes.

Free entry. Refreshments and a licensed bar available.

So please join in and have a go and if you like it you can join a very friendly club.

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Thursday April 16th                                      

Charity Lunch Noon                  

At St. Wilfrid’s Church, George Street , Portsmouth A chance to enjoy a light lunch— the money raised will be used to support a charity.

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Saturday 18th April

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Bognor Music Club 2 Sudley Rd, Bognor RegisPO21 1EU. 7pm – 9pm.

Details/tickets  tel:Chris Coote 01243 773276

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April 18th

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Bring and Buy

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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Sunday 19th April 2015

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Austin 7 Owners Club Rally, Madeira Drive, Brighton. 12 noon-3pm.

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Sunday 19th April 2015

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Chichester City Club, 13 North Pallant, Chichester, PO9 ITQ, jazz evening 7-10pm.

Non- members £1. 01243 785865

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19th April  

Classic Vehicle Run commencing from the Public Service Plaza, Havant and finishing at Fort Purbrook.  

Registration from 9.00 am.  

More details - Anne Thurlow, Mayor’s Secretary - 02392 446152

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Sunday April 19th                              

Music Foundation Concert

4pm at St Mary’s Church, Fratton Road, Portsmouth Soloist : Angel Neal A concert to support the Music Foundation. Admission free. Retiring Collection in aid of the St Mary’s Music Foundation, which supports young people from the area in developing their musical skills.

 

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22nd April

Afternoon Tea with Guest Speaker, Cllr Michael Cheshire MBE who will give a talk about HMS Victory Flagship of the Royal Navy.  

2.00 pm – 4.00 pm  

Tickets £3 to include refreshments being held at the Public Service Plaza, Havant.

More details - Anne Thurlow, Mayor’s Secretary - 02392 446152

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23-25 April & 29 April – 2 May

NSFW (not safe for work)

BENCH THEATRE COMPANY

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30 pm. with Saturday Apr 25th matinee at 2.30pm

PLAY by Lucy Kirkwood

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Thursday 23rd April

St. George’s Day Parade, Emsworth. 9.30am – 11.30am

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Every Thursday

Leigh park Community Singers want you to join them

Park Community School

7.15 - 8.45pm ….. Cost £3 adults and £2 for children.

No auditions. Everyone welcome.

If you are between the ages of 8 and 80 and enjoy singing, meeting new people and having fun, this could be the ideal group for you.

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Friday 24th APRIL

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Saturday 25th April

Collectables Fair …. 10am til 1pm

Drift Road Evangelical Church, Clanfield

Stamps, coins, postcards, cigarette cards & more

Raising funds for the Leprosy Mission

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April 25th – 26th  and 2nd, 3rd, 4th May 2015

Emsworth Arts Trail

Emsworth Arts Trail offers the chance to see and meet designers, painters and makers in their own homes and studios. In addition, churches, community halls, pubs, sailing clubs and shops will act as exhibition spaces, turning the whole town into a hive of creativity. Contact : 01243 372610

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Saturday April 25th                    

10.30am  Coffee Morning at St. Wilfrid’s Church, George Street, Portsmouth

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Sunday 26th April 2015

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth GU28 9NL

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510.

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29 April – 2 May

NSFW (not safe for work)

BENCH THEATRE COMPANY

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30 pm.

PLAY by Lucy Kirkwood

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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Every Thursday

Leigh park Community Singers want you to join them

Park Community School

7.15 - 8.45pm ….. Cost £3 adults and £2 for children.

No auditions. Everyone welcome.

If you are between the ages of 8 and 80 and enjoy singing, meeting new people and having fun, this could be the ideal group for you.

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Friday 1st May

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton, BN17 5BZ

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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2nd, 3rd, 4th May 2015

Emsworth Arts Trail

Emsworth Arts Trail offers the chance to see and meet designers, painters and makers in their own homes and studios. In addition, churches, community halls, pubs, sailing clubs and shops will act as exhibition spaces, turning the whole town into a hive of creativity. Contact : 01243 372610

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Saturday 2nd May

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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First Sunday every month

HAVANT SPIRITUALIST CHURCH IS RUNNING A CHILDRENS CLUB WHICH.STARTS AT 11am.

IT IS FOR CHILDREN AGED 4YRS TO 14YRS.

YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN IN THE CLUB WHILE YOU ATTEND THE CHURCH SERVICE

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Monday 4th May

Havant Borough 50+ Forum

The Beacon in the Meridian 1:30pm to 3:30pm

This forum holds monthly meetings every first Monday each month with guest speakers covering a wide range of topics

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Monday May 4th                            

MAY FAYRE

10am at St. Mary’s Church Fratton Road, Portsmouth. The annual Community Fayre and celebration of life in Fratton held in the Church and grounds. Each year around 10,000 visitors enjoy this event with its variety of attractions – Real Ale Tent; Arena displays; Bouncy Castle; Bands; Funfair rides; and much  more … including 100 + stalls. If you would like to book a stall or a display space please contact the Office on 023 92 814444

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Sunday 10th May

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth GU28 9NL

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510.

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16th May

SPRING CONCERT

PORTSMOUTH LIGHT ORCHESTRA

Church of the Resurrection, Penrhyn Avenue, Drayton

023 9237 1135

7.30pm.

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May 16th

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Cliff Thompson gives a ‘Practical Demo on Grafting Cacti’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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20-23 May

THE VICAR OF DIBLEY

PORTSMOUTH PLAYERS

Players Studio Theatre, Milton Park, Milton Road, Portsmouth 023 92 370501

7.30pm.   Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  PLAY by Ian Gower & Paul Carpenter

Tickets £10

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Sunday 17th May

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Fernhurst Revels, Recreation Ground, Fernhurst, static and strolling, 1.30pm – 5pm

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Sunday 24th May

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Haslemere  Classic  Car  Show, Lion Green, Lion Lane, Haslemere 12.30pm – 4pm

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26th – 30th May

THE MUSIC MAN

CAOS MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS

Westbourne House School, Coach Road, Shopwhyke, Chichester

01243 783945

7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  

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27-30 May

OUT OF FOCUS

PHOENIX PLAYERS

Trinity Church Theatre, Albert Road, (inside Francis Ave), Southsea, 0845 467 6462

7.30 pm.  Play by Peter Gordon

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Friday 29th May

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton, BN17 5BZ

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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Friday 29th MAY

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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Monday 1st June 2015

Havant Borough 50+ Forum

The Beacon in the Meridian 1:30pm to 3:30pm

This forum holds monthly meetings every first Monday each month with guest speakers covering a wide range of topics ================================================

3-6 June

ROAD SHOW

CCADS

Station Theatre, Station Road,  Hayling Island.

023 9246 6363

7.30pm with Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm

MUSICAL by Stephen Sondheim

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Saturday 6th June

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Saturday 6th June

Denvilles Club Garden Fete

A traditional garden fete will be held in the grounds of Denvilles House starting at 12 noon. With a live jazz band playing throughout the afternoon. There will be various stalls, beer/pimms tent,cream teas and hog roast provided by chef Sam. There will be entertainment in the evening in the main bar with extended closing time all drinks at club prices. Langstone Conservative club 33 Emsworth Road Havant.

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Sat 6th June 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Summer Show

10am – 4pm

Entrance £1

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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11th – 13th June

LAST STAY AT FAWLTY TOWERS:

THE WEDDING PARTY: BASIL THE RAT: GOURMET NIGHT

FAREHAM MUSICAL SOCIETY

Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road, Fareham

01329 231942

8.00 pm. PLAY – by Connie Booth and John Cleese

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17-20 June

WEST END 2 BROADWAY

PORTSMOUTH PLAYERS  Players Studio Theatre, Milton Park, Milton Road, Portsmouth 023 92 370501. 7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  Revue - Songs from the ShowsTickets £10.

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Saturday 20th June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Lavant Fete,village Green,Pook Lane, Lavant  1.30pm – 3.30pm’

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June 20th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by David Minnion, ‘Baja California’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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Sunday 21st June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth GU28 9NL

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510.

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Sunday 21st June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Chichester City Club, 13 North Pallant, Chichester, PO9 ITQ, jazz evening 7-10pm.

Non- members £1. 01243 785865

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24th – 27th June

CIDER WITH ROSIE

HUMDRUM

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm

PLAY from a book by Laurie Lee

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24-25

THE WIZARD OF OZ ( RSC )

CCADS Kings Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea, Hampshire,023 9282 8282 7.00pm MUSICAL – By L Frank Baum  with music and lyrics by Harold Arlen & E Y Harburg

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25-27

ACORN ANTIQUES: THE MUSICAL

DENMEAD OPERATIC SOCIETY Festival Hall, Heath Road, Petersfield,023 9225 3558.  7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  MUSICAL by Victoria Wood

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Friday 26th JUNE

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Friday 26th June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton, BN17 5BZ

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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Saturday 27th June

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Jazz night dance and buffet in aid of St. Wilfrid’s Hospice.East Wittering VillageHall,st Anne’s Way, Church Rd,East Wittering. 8pm – 11pm Details and tickets: Marion Kerly 01243 673544

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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30 June -4 July

PRINCESS IDA

HAVANT LIGHT OPERA

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30pm  OPERETTA

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1-4 July

PLAYERS IN THE BARN WITH SONDHEIM  

PORTSMOUTH PLAYERS Players Studio Theatre, Milton Park, Milton Road, Portsmouth 023 92 370501 7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  Revue – Life & times of Stephen Sondheim through his music Tickets £10.

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Saturday 4th July

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Sunday 5th July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Sunbeam Car Rally, Norton Park, Sutton Scotney, Nr. Winchester, 12.30pm – 4pm.

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Saturday 18th July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

North Mundham Gala and Flower Show, Playing fields, School Lane, North Mundam, Nr Chichester  2pm – 4.30pm.

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16-26

LADIES DOWN UNDER

BENCH THEATRE COMPANY The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant, 023 9247 2700 7.30 pm. with Saturday matinee on 18th at 2.30pm. PLAY by Amanda Whittington.

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July 18th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by John Pilbeam, ‘Echinocereus’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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Sunday 19th July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510.

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Friday 31st JULY

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Friday 31st July

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton,

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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AUGUST

Sunday 16TH August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Stonemason’s Inn, North St, Petworth

2pm-4.30pm Tel:01798 342510

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Friday 28th AUGUST

Are you lonely? Meet new friends in the lounge at Bedhampton Social Hall on the last Friday of each month at the new Tea and Chat afternoons from 2pm to 4pm.

The No.23 Southsea bus stops outside the hall. Tea & Biscuit just 50p.

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Friday 28th August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Steam Packet, 54 River Road, Littlehampton,

8pm -10.30pm. Booking advised. 01903 715994

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Sunday 30th August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Hayling Island for St George, Hayling Plaza, Bembridge Drive, Hayling Island. 3 sets between 1pm and 4.15pm

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Sunday 30th August

George’s Regis Jazz Band

Chichester City Club, 13 North Pallant, Chichester,  jazz evening 7-10pm.

Non- members £1. 01243 785865

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SEPTEMBER

The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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Saturday 5th September

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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7-11

PROOFCCADS

The Cellars, Eastney  www.thecellars.co.uk/tickets   023 9282 6249  7.30pm PLAY by David Auburn

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Saturday 12th September

Collectables Fair …. 10am til 1pm

Drift Road Evangelical Church, Clanfield

Stamps, coins, postcards, cigarette cards & more

Raising funds for the Leprosy Mission

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12th September

LOVE AT THE MUSICALS

CCADSThe Cellars, Eastney tickets   023 9282 6249 2.30pm. A ‘Songs from the Shows’ Event (Ticket including Tea and Cakes) 7.30pm. A ‘Songs from the Shows’ Event (Ticket including drink and post show buffet)

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17-19 September

THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK

CCADS

Kings Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea

023 9282 8282

7.30pm with Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm

MUSICAL COMEDY

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September 19th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by Eddy Harris, ‘Conophytums’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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22-26 September

JEKYLL AND HYDE

FAREHAM MUSICAL SOCIETY

Ferneham Hall,  Osborn Road,  Fareham

01329 231942

7.30 pm. and with Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm.  

MUSICAL

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30 September - 3 Oct

ARSENIC and OLD LACE

HUMDRUM

The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre,  East Street,  Havant

023 9247 2700

7.30 pm. and with Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm

PLAY

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The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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OCTOBER

Saturday 3rd October

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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10th October

AUTUMN CONCERT

PORTSMOUTH LIGHT ORCHESTRA

Admiral Lord Nelson School, Portsmouth,

023 9237 1135

7.30pm. CONCERT

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13-17

SUNSET BLVD

PORTSMOUTH PLAYERS

Kings Theatre, Albert Road, Southsea 023 9282 8282 7.30pm. and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.  MUSICAL: Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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October 17th 2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by Trevor Wray ‘Around the Shows - good ideas, plants and humour from BCSS & RHS Shows’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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27-31 October

BRIEF ENCOUNTER

PHOENIX PLAYERS Trinity Church Theatre,  Albert Road, (inside Francis Ave),

Southsea, 0845 467 6462 7.30 pm.  with Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm  By Noel

Coward adapted for stage by Emma Rice

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29-31 October

BUGSY MALONE

STAGE ONE YOUTH THEATRE Ferneham Hall, Osborn Road,  Fareham,  Hampshire, 01329 231942  7.30 pm.   MUSICAL, Libretti by Alan Parker & Words/Music by Paul Williams.

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NOVEMBER

The Oasis Centre’ in Arundel Street, Portsmouth

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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5th – 7th November

AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

FAREHAM MUSICAL SOCIETY

Ferneham Hall,  Osborn Road,  Fareham

01329 231942

7.30 pm.  PLAY by Agatha Christie

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Saturday 7th November

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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Saturday 14th November

Collectables Fair …. 10am til 1pm

Drift Road Evangelical Church, Clanfield

Stamps, coins, postcards, cigarette cards & more

Raising funds for the Leprosy Mission

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November 21st  2015

British Cactus and Succulent Society

Portsmouth and District Branch

Talk by David Neville  ‘Practical help with your plants’

7.00pm for a 7.30pm start

Entrance is free, coffee, tea and cake are 20p each

St. Colman's Church Hall

St.Colman's Avenue

Cosham

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30 November-Dec 5

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST

CCADS The Square Tower, Old Portsmouthwww.ccads-theatre.co.uk   07834 367659

7.30 pm.  With Saturday Matinee at 2.30 pm PLAY by Dale Wassermann, based on the novel by Ken Kesey.

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DECEMBER

Supports the Well Being of People Aged 50+ in the Portsmouth area

Their weekly activities include

Advice Centre: Monday to Friday - 10am—4pm

Tuesday: Job Club—2pm

Wednesday: Computer Class—10am

Wednesday: Lunch Club– 12:30pm

Wednesday: ‘Prime Time’ Social Group– 2pm

Thursday: Activity Afternoon—2pm

If you have any questions please call 02392 346440

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Saturday 5th December

Rowlands Castle Craft Fayres 10am to 1pm

Parish Hall, Links Lane, Rowlands Castle. Approx. 20 stalls. With craft items hand-made by local people, plants for sale and knitting advice clinic. Free admission, Refreshments available. Car park & on-road parking are close-by and we are 5 min walk from rail station and 1 min walk from bus-stop. Disabled access.

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20th December

CHRISTMAS CONCERT

PORTSMOUTH LIGHT ORCHESTRA

Buckland Community Centre, Malins Road, Portsmouth

023 9237 1135

2.30pm.

CONCERT of Christmas music & carols. Mince pies & cuppa available -donations to  Buckland Community Centre.