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Welcome Home

In the tradition of Through the Keyhole, we are encouraging residents with beautiful, different and downright quirky abodes to throw… Read more »

Back to the future with Dr Trudy

Today it’s accepted that robots are likely to become increasingly more common in our lives, not just in industry but… Read more »

Staying on Track

Luke Newton suggests ways of not just improving your fitness in the new year but staying motivated throughout 2018. Christmas… Read more »

Beauty & The Beast: A Magical New Show For Portsmouth

Written by Emma Beatty I’m sitting in Starbucks on Guildhall walk across the road from the New Theatre Royal, chatting… Read more »

The Queens Hotel

Written by Kate Thompson Southsea’s grandest hotel is undergoing a £7m renewal that will reveal once again her regal splendour and… Read more »

Postcards From My Neighbourhood

EXHIBITION DATES: Wednesday 7 February Sunday 15 April 2018 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Saturday 3 February 2018 CELEBRATION EVENT: Saturday 10 February… Read more »

The Toymakers’ Apprentice

A story for Christmas by John Worsey. Illustration by Lorna Apps-Woodland I first saw Issie Oke on the day I… Read more »

Welcome home

Written by Kate Thompson In the tradition of ‘Through the Keyhole,’ we are encouraging residents with beautiful, different and downright… Read more »

Breaking through the clouds

Written by John Worsey Remember, remember the fourth of November. No, that’s not a typo. 4th November 2016 was a… Read more »

New for old

Written by Mark Harris Next year is the 20th anniversary of the English publication of Georges Perec’s Species of Spaces… Read more »

Putting the plus into size

Written by Kate Thompson WHEN David West of Portsmouth was given the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to go on a luxury holiday… Read more »

Half Term: Low Cost, Maximum Fun

Written by Girl About Southsea It feels as though we have only just sent the kids back to school in… Read more »

Songs and Stories

It has been a big year for Southsea songwriter Becky Jerams. Not only has she chased the Eurovision dream (cowritten… Read more »

The Portsmouth Wrestler

Written by John Worsey Not long ago, Rishi Ghosh spent his days as a social worker, selflessly supporting vulnerable people to… Read more »

Welcome Home…

Written by Kate Thompson With such a cool, creative vibe happening in Southsea, it stands to reason there must be some… Read more »

The King’s Anniversary

Written by Chris Horton This month sees the 110th anniversary of one of Southsea’s most loved establishments; The King’s Theatre…. Read more »

4 study habits for the new academic year

Written by Howard Jones, of Love to Learn By early September it’s back to business after the freedom and fun of… Read more »

Pots and Planters

Big, bold and beautiful. Modern garden designers tend to lean towards this vision when asked to use pots and planters… Read more »

Jack House Gallery

Written by Kevin Dean Just over two years ago Rebecca Crow opened The Jack House Gallery in Old Portsmouth. Kevin… Read more »

The sun always shines on Southsea

Written by Tara Knight Southsea comes alive in the summer, and this year my son Alfie and I are embracing the… Read more »

Write On: Angelo Tirotto’s Stories

Written by John Worsey From one island to another, writer Angelo Tirotto’s journey from Guernsey to Portsmouth fulfilled an age-old narrative:… Read more »

While You Were Sleeping…

Written by Neil Maxwell One of the frustrations of being part of the Portsmouth RNLI Lifeboat crew is that not many… Read more »

Southsea Vibes

Written by Girl About Southsea There are many things I love about Southsea, including the variety of activities and things… Read more »

Victorious Festival 2017

As proud sponsors of Victorious Festival, Southsea Lifestyle looks forward to a great bank holiday weekend – 25, 26 &… Read more »

The New Wave

Written by Chris Horton Beer has of course suffered a long standing stereotype of being a ‘man’s drink’, though these days… Read more »