Presented by TS Evinrude, Gorgeous Cretin and Omnimoda Music. There’s a ticket tonight that is hotter than quark-gluon plasma. It’s the only place to be. It’s the lateral earache epitome. It’s the auditory equivalent of a [… read more ]
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been asking Pompey residents for their reasons to Remain or Leave the EU. Following on from yesterday’s referendum, here’s what they told us. Interestingly, we had more responses [… read more ]
For most of us choosing which public toilet to use is easy – across the world WCs are signed either for males or females. But the decision is more complicated for transgender and gender fluid people. First year student Anniken [… read more ]
After last week’s tough conversation with her two sons about consent and relationships, Pompey parent and writer Maddie Wallace raises the controversial issue of this week’s EU referendum. I sat down with my sons this [… read more ]
In this post Portsmouth visual satirist Jack Caramac turns his attention to our beleagured Prime Minister. Click the image above to open a slideshow.
A dark evening, a friend calls, tells of his brother-in-law’s funeral, says, did you know there are five police cars in your cul-de-sac, one officer opened the boot of a car, gave out rifles. The [… read more ]
Gareth Rees reminisces about the day he and his friend Robbie were invited to play music at the park-keeper’s cottage in Victoria Park. We arrived early and sat outside the venue in the park sipping our fee in [… read more ]