Cheap And Fun Things To Do This Weekend If You've Totally Run Out Of Money
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Things To Do No Matter What Kind Of Mood You’re In This Weekend
If You Want To Make A Difference: Join The Women’s March On London
On the first day of Donald Trump’s presidency, more than 60 cities in 32 countries will take part in women-led marches, in solidarity with the main march in Washington D.C. Beginning in Grosvenor Square, the Facebook event for the London leg has 12,000 people marked as ‘going’, and another 21,000 ‘interested’. It’s going to be huge. More info here.
If You’re Behind On The Awards Season Buzz: Go See Jackie
Natalie Portman’s portrayal of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy is finally being released in the UK this weekend. It’s one of the buzziest films of awards season, offers a different perspective on the JFK assassination and its aftermath, and has some pretty epic costumes to boot. In cinemas nationwide from Friday 20th January.
If You’re Feeling Nostalgic: Join The Buffy Marathon
The Macbeth Of Hoxton in London is having a Buffy The Vampire Slayer marathon on Sunday 22nd January, complete with Buffy quiz, a fancy dress competition, bloody punch bowl and – of course – some of the best Buffy episodes ever. Here’s hoping that doesn’t include the musical one. And can you believe it’s been 20 years since the Slayer first hit our screens? Mind. Blown. More info here.
If You Don’t Want To Leave The House: Catch Up With Bates Motel
Season four of Bates Motel lands on Netflix on Saturday 21st January and you really should catch up ahead of season five, when Rihanna joins the cast.
If You’re Getting Over Heartbreak: Dance To The Best Break-Up Bangers
U SUCK at London’s Birthdays on Saturday 21st January promises the best break-up anthems from the likes of Beyoncé, Robyn, JoJo (geeeeet out, riiiiight now) and many, many more of your favourite pop and R&B qweens. It’s only £5 on the door, so get your pre-drink on and prepare to sing and dance your heart out. More info here.
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