Not sure what to do for the Bank Holiday weekend? Let us wet your weekend whistle.
The Stage Door opens all it’s doors for one of Southampton’s biggest festivals. Pride Southampton brings together a celebration for all genders, backgrounds and ages.
The Stage Door will be on hand contributing with live music, food & drink, entertainment for the kids and all topped off with a parade of love including, this year the emergency services.
The fun starts from 11am in the Guildhall Square daily.
Man Overboard Race – The Elephant Boat Yard, Old Bursledon, SATURDAY.
If you are looking for some fun on the water then the Bursledon Regatta will float your boat. Whether you fancy your chances in the kayak race or want to test your ability to try and stand up on a paddle board much fun will be had. Just pop a few coins into their charity coffers and take a change of clothes! Register from 1230 pm.
On the Titanic Trail there is a walk through the streets where the Titanic crew lived and drank. Many buildings of the period survive today including; the Terminus Station, arguably the oldest railway station in the country; the luxurious South Western Hotel, where first class passengers stayed, including Thomas Andrews, designer of the ship, and Bruce Ismay, chairman of the White Star Line. Stop at the White Star Office and reflect on the families, who waited days for news. Hear the true story of Jack Dawson. See the pub where Titanic stokers had their last drink before sailing. These historic streets still resonate from the loss.
Afterwards relax in the Docks Coffee House, which could not be better located in one of Southampton’s most historic and pleasant streets. Look at a fascinating pen and water colour illustrated map of historic Southampton by local artist Carloline Misselbrook. And enjoy one of Dan and Dishi’s delicious cream teas.
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