6 Cheap Things To Do This Weekend February 25, 26, 28
The Debrief: Go vegan in Brighton and vintage shopping Edinburgh. Oh, and get fit for free in London.
1. Go and see Crazy Eyes, Lady Edith and Vod is a super great play
Yeah, there's a threesome you never thought you'd see and yet, thanks to Jean Genet's super disturbing play The Maids, Uzo Aduba, Zawe Ashton and Laura Carmichael are all hanging out together at Trafalgar Studios in London. The play's about two maids who plan sadomasochistic ways to murder their mistress while she's away. Will their fantasies spill over into real life? Maybe.
The Maids, from February 20th, Trafalgar Studios, London. Tickets start from £15 from AGT's £15 Mondays.
2. Go Vegan in Brighton
Europe's largest Vegan event is happening this weekend at the Brighton Centre with 225 stalls (that's a lot of food to eat your way through). There's also cookery demos, talks, a vegan body building competition (what) and vegan speed dating. Tickets are only £7 for a day (£10 for the weekend) and it's on Saturday and Sunday.
Vegfest, Brighton Centre, Feb 27+28.
3. Go shopping at the UK's biggest vintage fair
Because you need more clothes. C'mon. Lou Lou's Vintage Fair is hitting Edinburgh this Sunday at the Assembly Rooms. It's £2 to get in, there's vintage hair and make up styling going on and, obvs, a whole bunch of clothes to buy.
4. Get fit for free with adidas and a whole bunch of girls
This weekend is your last chance to get involved with ADIDAS's women only 'training experience' (sounds fancy). adidas have opend an 'innovative X-shaped pop up space'. Every day they're holding daily runs, sunrise yoga, supper clubs, boot camp style classes and Q+As with experts. It's open every day until the 28th of Feb at London's Victoria Park.
For more info and to book a class click here.
5. Drink all of the beer
While London Beer week might sound more like something up your Dad's street than yours, bear with us - there's lots of deals to be had. Get yourself a £10 wristband and enjoy cheap beers all week long (three beers for £3 in some cases). There's plenty of stuff going on and, if you're not keen on beer, there's boilermakers (beer cocktails - trust us they're great) on offer too.
London Beer Week 22-28 February. For more information click here.
6. Go dancing with Foxes
Our old pal Foxes is back with a jolly good new album called all I need. Go and have a dance party with her at one of her gigs on her new tour that's just about to kick off. Friday sees the Sheffield Plug hosting and Saturday she's at the Manchester Ritz. There's plenty more dates to be had too.
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