England is now subject to National lockdown: Stay at Home restrictions. You must stay at home.
Join us for the annual Christmas carol concert which, this year, takes place online. Everyone is invited to sing-a-long with your favourite Christmas carols, accompanied by music from the Salvation Army Portsmouth band.
Join Dick Whittington on his thrilling quest to find adventure, fame and fortune on the glittering streets of London. Will he be able to defeat villainous rodent Queen Rat, save the city and win the hand of his love, Alice?
Santa returns to the Spinnaker Tower this Christmas, and he’s tucking into breakfast to make sure he’s full of energy for a busy day of festive preparations! So join him and his elves in the Waterfront Café for some festive fun!
A free webinar, which explores a research paper by Jayne Friend (University of Portsmouth) “Unity, identity and localised naval theatre: Royal Navy destroyer flag-flying visits and civic celebrations in interwar Britain.”
Join us for a virtual version of our annual Holocaust Memorial Day Service. This year’s theme is “Be the light in the darkness” and encourages everyone to reflect on the depths humanity can sink to, but also the ways individuals and communities resisted that darkness to ‘be the light’ before, during and after genocide.
Virtual conference Friday, 29 January 2021 , 10am – 4pm Tickets £6 via Eventbrite This is a virtual event, which brings the content of a Shaping Portsmouth Conference, online. Find more details and conference running order on Eventbrite.