Pompey Street Finds by Abigail Gilchrist and Jo Willoughby of Stair/Slide/Space.
Sarah Cheverton reports on LGBT Pride, which comes to Portsmouth’s Victoria Park on Saturday 20th June 2015, twelve years since the last Pride event was held in the city and the first time a major, [… read more ]
This is the first in a series of features in which local author and publisher Matt Wingett explores Portsmouth’s relationship to a long line of writers dating back to the Victorian era. In this issue, [… read more ]
When superstar fantast Neil Gaiman returned to his hometown of Portsmouth, Sarah Cheverton caught up with him for an exclusive interview. When I meet Neil Gaiman, he is sitting on a wooden bench by Canoe Lake [… read more ]
Daniel Malice reviews Snowpiercer a little-seen, must-see sci-fi classic of world cinema. John Hurt, Tilda Swinton, Chris Evans, and Jamie Bell are among the last people left alive on Earth, which has become a frozen wasteland [… read more ]
Writer and academic Dave Allen shares his twin lifelong loves for local music and cricket, and explains how his own life story has dovetailed with the recent history of Portsmouth. I’m 65. I find it to be an age around which [… read more ]
Cartoon by Owen Devine. Check out more of Owen’s work at his website, Devine Comedy.
Michael Smith gives us a student’s eye view of a music festival that has become a Southsea institution. I have four objectives today. The first is to see Honeyblood, a female duo of guitar and drums specialising [… read more ]
Rosy Moorhead talks to Mark Thomas about his new show, Bravo Figaro, which played at Fareham’s Ashcroft Arts Centre on 24th January 2015. Mark Thomas’ dad was a difficult man. A ‘grumpy bastard’ is actually [… read more ]