Search

What's On Emsworth

Today to 16 Feb 18 within 40 miles.

More details - Emsworth Farmers' Market
Monthly Farmers’ Market in Hampshire, offering locally produced, delicious food and drink.
Saint Peter’s Square, Emsworth
Sat 20 Jan, Sat 17 Feb, Sat 17 Mar

More details - Film Night - South Downs England's Mountains Green
An opportunity to watch a fascinating documentary produced and directed by Nick Stringer of Big Wave Productions Ltd. Come and meet Nick alongside South Downs National Park representatives for a Q&A session afterwards. See website for further details
Tuppenny Barn, Main Road, Southbourne, nr Emsworth, West Sussex
Fri 26 Jan

More details - "Twist" Garden Obelisk / Plant Support Workshop
Two Circles Designs will guide you through making a full-size obelisk to take home. All materials supplied.
Tuppenny Barn, Main Road, Southbourne, nr Emsworth, West Sussex
Sat 27 Jan

More details - Children's Holiday Activity: Beautiful Birds
Children will be creating homes for our feathered friends and will take home a beautiful bird box. They will also participate in springtime activities and have a chance to cook with foraged ingredients.
Tuppenny Barn, Main Road, Southbourne, nr Emsworth, West Sussex
Tue 13 Feb

More details - Charles Dowding Talk
Meet the international guru of "No Dig Gardening". In his talk he will explain and illustrate the principles of no dig gardening and how it helps to grow more produce with less effort. There will be an opportunity for book signing with books on sale during the evening.
Tuppenny Barn, Main Road, Southbourne, nr Emsworth, West Sussex
Fri 16 Feb

More details - Harriet Live In Havant
HARRIET - a UK singer songwriter discovered on the Graham Norton show, who brought tears to Gaby Roslin’s eyes, was chosen by Denise Van Outen as ‘An Artist To Introduce’ and whom global singer, Rumer commented ‘sounds a lot like Karen Carpenter’.
The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre 56 East Street, Havant
Thu 1 Feb

More details - Hampshire Pride: LGBT History Month 2018 - Being Stigmatised
Society and the law has changed so why do we need to discuss stigma and discrimination? Is it to question or to educate? What happens if the stigma turns into discrimination? Who can I turn to?
Waterlooville Library, The Precinct, Waterlooville
Fri 16 Feb

More details - PH Camps Superhero Week
Superhero Week Calling Wiltshire, Hampshire and Somerset, Ph Camps needs your help; we are looking for your superheroes! This February half term an evil is upon us, this is an opportunity to celebrate all of our favourite heroes by completing super heroes’ challenges and making superhero arts n crafts.
Padnell Junior School
Mon 12 Feb to Fri 16 Feb

More details - Waterlooville events team pop up cinema presents - Victoria and Abdul (PG)
An Indian clerk named Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal) travels to London to present Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) with a ceremonial coin for her Golden Jubilee. The pair form an unexpected bond upon meeting, but the lifelong friendship that develops is threatened by the disapproval of Victoria’s inner circle.
St George’s Church Hall, Waterlooville
Thu 25 Jan

More details - People of Horndean invited to take first look at new £6.72 million care home
A new care home in Horndean is inviting the local community to celebrate its completion with an exclusive first look inside the purpose built facilities. Pear Tree Court on Portsmouth Road is opening its doors between Saturday 27th and Monday 29th January.
Pear Tree Court Portsmouth Road Horndean Waterlooville
Sat 27 Jan to Mon 29 Jan

More details - Revolution Rumble 2017
Revolution Rumble 2017: Tickets avaiable.
Mountbatten Leisure Centre, Portsmouth
Sat 27 Jan

More details - Moving London Forward - Patrick Griffin
Patrick Griffin from the Crossrail team presents the story building of the new Elizabeth line. Crossrail is Europe’s largest infrastructure project and, when operational in 2018, will be London’s newest railway.
County Hall, West Street, Chichester
Wed 24 Jan

More details - JCPF Psychic & Spiritual  Healing Clinic
JCPF Healing Clinic Pop in - no appointment necessary! JCPF Healing Clinics are regular weekly events staffed by trained qualified Spiritual Healers.
Buckland Community Centre, Malins Road, North End, Portsmouth
Mon 22 Jan, Mon 29 Jan, Mon 5 Feb, Mon 12 Feb, Mon 19 Feb, Mon 26 Feb, Mon 5 Mar

More details - The Jungle Book
An exciting new adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s family classic, this colourful, wild and fun show is packed with memorable characters, new songs and brilliant storytelling. Mowgli the man cub battles for survival in this coming-of-age story about a boy raised by wolves in the jungle.
Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester
Thu 25 Jan to Sat 27 Jan, Tue 30 Jan to Sat 3 Feb

More details - The Little Matchgirl and Other Happier Tales
Inspired by the beautiful and devastatingly sad Hans Christian Andersen tale The Little Matchgirl, and combining Andersen’s other tales The Princess and the Pea, The Emperor’s New Clothes and Thumbelina, THE LITTLE MATCHGIRL and Other Happier Tales reveals a spellbinding world of magic and mystery.
Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester
Tue 6 Feb to Sat 10 Feb

More details - Comedy Club 4 Kids!
A welcome return for the popular swear-free comedy hour for children and their families with the circuit’s best stand-ups and sketch acts. for ages 6+
Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester
Tue 13 Feb

More details - Penguin
Based on the award-winning book by Polly Dunbar, Long Nose Puppets present an exciting show with lively songs by Tom Gray of Gomez. Ben is delighted when he rips open his present to find a penguin – but Penguin says nothing. It isn’t until a passing lion intervenes that Penguin finally speaks. For ages 2 - 8
Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester
Wed 14 Feb

More details - Tales from the Shed
Presented by Chickenshed Theatre, these are informal, lively and engaging shows with plenty of colourful puppets and live songs. Young children are encouraged to make a lot of noise and help make the story happen. For ages 0 - 6
Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester
Thu 15 Feb

More details - Queering Christ’s  Medieval Loincloth
Weaving theology, medieval art, queer theology and the historical imaginary together provides an intellectual space of reparation for those made vulnerable by the intersections of sexuality and Christian religion. Prof.
Academic Building room 1.03, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Thu 25 Jan

More details - Shakespeare,  T.S. Eliot and  Iris Murdoch:  The Shaman and the Intertext
In this talk Rob Hardy will explore the consequences of two statements: (1) that Iris Murdoch was a shaman in the sense that Ted Hughes said that Shakespeare and T.S Eliot were, and (2) that Murdoch’s shamanism was deeply linked to the intertextuality of her fiction.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Sat 3 Feb

More details - A Global Stage for the  Ballets Africains: Imagining Nations in the  Late Colonial State
When the Wind of Change blew, it carried on it strains of new musical forms and new cultural identities on the African continent.
Academic Building room 2.01, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Wed 7 Feb

More details - ‘Jews on Quests! Challenging the ur-texts of  genre fantasy’, Farah Mendlesohn
In Rhetorics of Fantasy, historian and SFF critic Farah Mendlesohn argued that most genre fantasy was fundamentally Christian in its understanding of the world. This led her to wonder what was Jewish about genre fantasy by Jewish writers.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Thu 8 Feb

Cinderella More details - Cinderella
The Phoenix Players Present their annual Pantomime Cinderella! Hold your breath as we wait to see if Fairy G gets Cinderella to the ball and passed her magic test! Cinderella is the Fairy Godmother of all Pantomimes!
Trinity Church Theatre, Albert Road, (inside Francis Avenue), Southsea
Wed 14 Feb to Sun 18 Feb

More details - INHEAVEN
INHEAVEN. Artists performing: INHEAVEN.: Tickets avaiable.
Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Wed 31 Jan

More details - The Sherlocks
The Sherlocks. Artists performing: The Sherlocks.: Tickets avaiable.
Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Wed 7 Feb

More details - Jamie Lenman (ex Reuben) Devolver Album Tour
Jamie Lenman (ex Reuben) Devolver Album Tour plus guests Gender Roles & Loa Loa. Artists performing: Jamie Lenman.: Tickets avaiable.
Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Sun 11 Feb

More details - Paradise Lost
Paradise Lost. Artists performing: Paradise Lost.: Tickets avaiable.
Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
Fri 16 Feb

More details - 4th Pride LGBTQ+ Film Festival
In collaboration with the Portsmouth Film Society, University of Portsmouth presents the annual Pride LGBTQ+ Film Festival to mark LGBT History Month.
University of Portsmouth, Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth
Wed 7 Feb, Wed 14 Feb, Wed 21 Feb

More details - Portsmouth Chamber Music: Ensemble 360
Regular visitors to the series, Ensemble 360 have quickly gained an enviable reputation across the UK not only for the quality and integrity of their playing, but also for their flexibility in orchestration and repertoire.
Portsmouth Guildhall
Mon 29 Jan

More details - Public Lecture: Horizon Information Scanning and Analytics for Managerial Decision Support
Horizon Information Scanning and Analytics for Managerial Decision Support - A Corporate Radar System Inaugural lecture by Mark Xu, Professor of Information Management, University of Portsmouth Senior managers need to make informed decisions, particularly when in complex and uncertain situations.
University of Portsmouth, Portland Building, Portland Street, Portsmouth
Wed 31 Jan

More

Save money by checking for the latest coupons, vouchers and special offers on Attractions, Restaurants, Holidays, Clothing and more.

More Information

Advertisement Information