• Live Music: Scary Biscuits

    The Brewery Bar

    Come along and enjoy another night of boogie and frivolity with Gaz and the Biscuits! An exciting five piece edgy rock covers band playing popular soft rock tunes from the 60’s, 70’s to the modern day – bands like The Who, Bob Segar, Kikki Dee, Bad Finger, The Kinks, The Faces, Fleetwood Mac, Free, Oasis and Stereophonics, all played with a lot of passion. The Biscuits are Gazza Noot on guitar & vocals, Karen 'legs' Kille vocals, Steve Roux lead guitar. Paul ‘the Bomber’ Bonsfield on drums and Stevie ‘the Funkmeister’ Fennimore on bass!! Don't be scared of the Biscuits! :-)

  • BRITISH STREET FOOD AWARDS GUNWHARF QUAYS WITH MUSIC AND TIPPLE HORSEBOX BAR

    The Southern Heat of 2019 British Street Food Award will see the region's best traders fight it out to win the public vote and a place in the national final. Gunwharf Quays Plaza welcome over a dozen innovative street food vendors, giving visitors the opportunity to sample some of the finest street food on offer. Shoppers will have the opportunity to give their feedback on the tastiest dishes, sampling competition dishes and voting for their favourite. Visitors to Gunwharf Quays will also be treated to music from the official radio partner of the festival WAVE105 , who will be in attendance with their Track 'N' Tipple Horseback Bar. Sunny , windy or rainy day this meetup will go ahead. There are so many things to do in Gunwharf Quays. See you there :-)

  • MADISON HEIGHTS THE FAVOURITE FUNK & SOUL BAND DEFINITELY NOT TO BE MISSED!!!

    This superb and the most popular, authentic ten piece Soul & Motown band. We all know how good they are and how they always deliver an energetic and exciting performance of classic songs by the legends of Soul & Motown Free car parking after 6 pm along the seafront and streets around the pub area. By signing up to this event you are responsible for your own health and safety :-)

  • Picnic and live music at Southsea Bandstand

    The Bandstand

    Bring a picnic and join us at Southsea bandstand for an afternoon of live music from: THE BOG ROLLING STONES https://www.facebook.com/bogrollingstones/ THEE SULTAN SHEIKS https://www.facebook.com/theesultansheiks/

  • Comedy upstairs at the Folly Wine Bar (dinner optional)

    The Folly Wine & Ale House

    £9.00

    Tickets for the show are £9 in advance from the Folly Bar (downstairs), and £10 on the door. Show starts at 8:30 and will finish by approximately 11pm. Food is served from[masked] p.m. All mains ordered before 8pm come with a free bottle of lager or a medium glass of house wine. Tables get booked up weeks in advance and if you’re not eating you don’t get a table and you have to stand for the duration of the show. Please confirm below if you’d like to eat before the show. The menu on Comedy Nights is as follows. - Folly Classic Burger with cheese and bacon £11.50 inc. drink - Cajun Chicken Burger £11.50 inc. drink - French Burger with bacon and Brie £11.50 inc. drink - Veggie Burger with or without cheese £11.50 inc. drink (All the above are served with coleslaw and chips) - Crayfish & Avocado Salad £12.50 inc. drink - Goats Cheese, Pepper & Pesto Salad £12.50 inc. drink - Chilli jacket £9.50 inc. drink - Beans & Cheese jacket £9.50 inc. drink - Salt and Pepper Squid £9.50 inc. drink - Chicken Goujons & Chips £11.50 inc. drink - Scampi & Chips £12.50 inc. drink - Mild Chicken Curry £12.50 inc. drink http://www.follyupstairs.co.uk/whats-on/

  • Soberton Open Gardens Event (in aid of humanitarian project in Africa)

    On Sunday 9th June members of the Rotary Club of Fareham have arranged for a special day in the Meon Valley to raise money for a Rotary supported Sand Dams Project. Soberton Open Gardens is the event, open from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm and it promises to offer a unique view of horticultural excellence in the village. Soberton villagers are enthusiastically behind making this a success knowing it will help the Rotary charity. Admission to the twelve, all quite different, gardens will be by programme priced at £6.00 which can be purchased in a gazebo on the Church Green. There will be a free mini bus to help those without transport to the various gardens and, for a donation, an added bonus of riding in Lotus sports cars to any of the gardens! Half of the gardens are within walking distance of the Green, others are further afield, each with parking. As if this isn’t enough, the village ladies lunch group are assisting Rotarians with the delicious cream teas which will be served from 12:30 in the Church Rooms so head for the Church Green in Soberton. If you need a sat nav use SO32 3PF to get right to the door. Organiser, Rotarian Bob Mussellwhite, says that he has planned for it to be a sunny day in Soberton for the Open Gardens! He said “everyone has been so generous in opening their gardens for this charity we are supporting through Rotary. The sand dam in Kenya will provide drinking and irrigation for a community of about 1,000 people. Visitors will enjoy the beautiful gardens and, at the same time, be supporting this worthwhile project.” For further details contact Bob Mussellwhite at [masked] or telephone him on[masked] and help Rotarians to give a Dam!

  • Pub Quiz

    The Brickmakers

    It's quiz time again...the quiz starts at 9pm so meetup at 8pm. This is a fun way to get to know people - just don't mention the wipeout round...... We don't take it too seriously and you may be surprised that you know that one answer that stops us from coming last :-) Food is available for those in need. £1 to enter. No one's really in charge but either Vijay or Mark C will be your host.

  • Outdoor performance of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”

    The world’s first cycling theatre company, The HandleBards, pedal from venue to venue with all the set, props and costume necessary to perform environmentally sustainable Shakespeare across the globe. Join their all-female troupe at Tuppenny Barn for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s ’The Tempest’ like no other. In usual HandleBards style, expect riotous amounts of energy, a fair old whack of chaos, and a great deal of laughter. And what’s the play about? Well – a shipwreck washes the court of Milan up onto a mysterious desert island, inhabited by magicians, sprites and monsters, where nothing is as it seems. There’s magic, musicality and mystery a plenty! Tickets cost £16 and are available from www.tuppenybarn.co.uk Doors open at 6.30pm, for 7pm show, so bring a picnic and come and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Chairs, picnics, blankets and any other low level accessories are welcome. In case of rain, please don’t bring umbrellas as they block sight-lines for other audience members. Ponchos and raincoats are just as fetching, so please wear these instead.

  • Titchfield Festival Theatre: Daphne Du Maurier's "Jamaica Inn"

    Titchfield Festival Theatre

    Titchfield Festival Theatre: Jamaica Inn Nobody does Gothic like Daphne du Maurier. A decrepit inn without guests, wild moors, sinister fogs, smugglers, shipwrecks, a dashing horse thief, an albino vicar, and a murder mystery – all of the ingredients are there when orphaned Mary Yellan arrives at Jamaica Inn to live with her aunt. This unrelenting drama tells her story as she unravels the mystery of her uncle’s business, piecing together tales of depravity and deception along the Cornish coast. Daphne Du Maurier’s, Jamaica Inn is brought to life in this new stage production that is every bit as haunting as the original novel. Sure to keep an audience on the edge of their seats. ******************** Show starts at 7:30pm. Meet you all in the bar area any time from 7pm, just say you are with "Meon Valley Meetup" and give your name at the door as they will have an attendees list, no need to pay as the host will collect your money during the evening. Ticket Prices for Meon Valley Members : £8 Please arrive early as there is limited parking! The overflow carpark is at the Holiday Inn on the St. Margaret's roundabout, but please allow 5 minutes for your walk to the theatre, and REMEMBER to give your vehicle registration number to the hotel reception or you risk a parking fine!