The Royal Navy’s newest and largest warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, made her long-awaited arrival into Portsmouth Harbour on Wednesday 16th August 2017.Read More
Throughout this year, we’re running a photography competition every month, gifting local photographers prizes from Portsmouth and Southsea businesses as a way of saying thank-you for the passion they have in capturing the beauty of our city.Read More
When we heard that Cafe au Cinéma, a relaxed eatery-filmhouse fusion, was opening on Osborne Road, we had to pop in to chat with the ingenious venture’s lovely founder, Genevieve.Read More
Less than a year after launching their debut eatery in Hilsea, the team behind gourmet grilled cheese startup Melted have opened the doors of their second shop, in Southsea.Read More
The highly-anticipated America’s Cup World Series (ACWS) returns to Portsmouth’s shores from the 21st through the 24th July, promising to be a world-class spectacle for all to enjoy. Here’s our guide on all that’s happening at the prestigious sailing event, written by locals.Read More
Portsmouth street market organiser Love Southsea have partnered with the organisers behind the world’s most prestigious sailing extravaganza, the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series, which returns Portsmouth’s shores from 21st July 2016.Read More
Portsmouth-based mentalist Matt Horan calls into question the methods of those who falsely claim to have psychic abilities in his new show, All The Devils Are Here, at Groundlings Theatre in Portsea on Friday 12th August.
I sat down with Matt to discuss the atmospheric show, his budding career as a mentalist performer, and how he’ll be wowing and sending ripples of laughter through his audience with his apparent psychic skills.Read More
Recollections of John Pounds, a book celebrating the life of one of Portsmouth’s forgotten heroes, has been revived.Read More
I spoke to spoke to LCO’s co-Artistic Director and Principal Conductor about his passion for what he does, and excitement for the forthcoming Portsmouth Festivities concert.Read More
Local events firm Love Southsea have partnered with curated community shop space South Coast Emporium to give Portsmouth creatives a brick-and-mortar place to sell their wares.Read More
Trash Arts, an independent creative and cultural collective in Portsmouth, have produced The Making of, a mockumentary about filmmakers with ambition but no money, ideas, or hope.
I spoke to project leads Jackson Batchelor and Sam Mason Bell about the series, which is now available on the Trash Arts Portsmouth YouTube channel.Read More
The clock chimes at Portsmouth Cathedral have been silent and the tower clad in vinyl wrapping since July 2015, while vital restoration work is undertaken to repair the structure.
On Monday 23rd May, a significant milestone will take place, hailing the near-completion of the works: the Golden Barque will be restored to its rightful spot atop Portsmouth Cathedral’s tower.Read More
A group of musicians and filmmakers are launching a new live music session named On The Deck in Southsea.
On The Deck will be a concise and comprehensive approach to documenting and promoting the diverse wealth of musical talent Portsmouth and Southsea have to offer, comprising the organisation of the live sessions and the recording, editing, and sharing of videos of the performances.Read More
Web developer, hack event organiser, and University of Portsmouth student Zac Colley spoke to us about how hotdesking at Innovation Space helped his business thrive.Read More
Over the past few weeks, challengers have been taking on a real-world locked-room escape game in the heart of Portsmouth, at The Real Escape on Commercial Road.
We spoke to the founders of the project, Andras and Agnes, about their venture, which sees small teams working together to hunt for hidden clues to escape from a locked room.Read More
Construction has commenced on the Solent Stone Bridge, a development which will see a free-to-use bridge installed between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight.Read More
Southsea Model Village is set to relaunch to the public this year, following repairs and renovations which will breathe new life into the seafront attraction whilst maintaining its rustic charm.Read More