Looking for something to do this weekend? This is your definitive guide which will come every week, telling you what’s happening this weekend. As you know, this can range from one off events, long running events, or just cool places or good clubs to visit.
Christmas is just around the corner, so for those of you eager to get into the spirit, we have Hyde Park Winter Wonderland. There are all kinds of Christmassy things to do here, all with varying ticket prices.
For example, we have Bar Ice, which is exactly what it says on the tin.
“Immersed in an arctic setting, enjoy the beautiful glow of the glistening ice. On arrival you’ll be handed a special winter cloak and gloves to keep you warm, then you’ll be served drinks in your own unique ice glass!”
There’s also an ice rink, circus shows, a magical ice kingdom and various rides. There is quite the selection available, beginning from Friday November 20th until Sunday January 3rd.
Hyde Park Winter Wonderland is open from 10-10, so get more info and tickets here.
The South Bank Centre once again have something that sounds rather interesting, even if it probably will result in some very amusing bruises.
It is, of course, the Bump Roller Disco. You can attend this event pretty much when it suits you, as it runs from 11-11 from Friday 20th November until Saturday January 17th. Tickets are buy on entry, and cost £10 for an adult and £7.50 for a child.
For more information, visit their website here.
For something a bit more relaxed, we have Pillow Cinema at Sutton House in Hackney.
“Pillow Cinema is quite simply the cosiest cinema experience this side of a fluffy cloud. Screening a wide variety of critically acclaimed recent releases and well-loved classic films set in unique and unusual spaces around London and throughout the UK.”
Tickets are a little steep at £27.50 for a two person bean bag or £10 for a standard seat for one person. However, it looks absolutely cosy! Plus, they are showing quite the selection of films.
From Ex Machina to Jurassic World to The Imitation Game, there is something here for everyone. Check out their full listings and get tickets here.
For a bit of live music, Tiga is playing the Koko, Camden on Saturday 21st, and his live performance has is described by The Quietus – “Tiga’s live show hits home a sense of Sónar’s ability to offer an alternative ‘EDM’ experience with accessible and Pop-driven electronic music”.
Tickets are £16.50 and available to buy here.
If you’re up for a bit of fancy dress this weekend, we have the Club De Fromage which runs every Saturday at the O2 Academy Islington.
This week, they have a special Toy Story themed event.
“We’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of Toy Story. So come dressed as an Action Man, Barbie doll, Teddy Bear or any of your fave toys. Click here for tickets.”
Finishing up, as always, with something for those with an alternative taste.
On Friday, we have the legends Sepultura playing at the Electric Ballroom in Camden for their 30th anniversary tour. They are backed up by familiar faces Evile. Tickets are about standard price at £20.25, so get them here or get more information here.
We also have the mighty Doro, who will no doubt put on a stormer of a show at The Garage. Tickets are again standard price at £22.50, but it will be more than worth it.
For something a bit more chilled out, there is The Pipeline near Liverpool Street underground and mainline stations.
“Music, pool, pinball, darts, hot chicks, bums, punks, hipsters, bohemians, rockabilly greasers and regular joes. The Pipeline brings a much needed superiority to the missing Rock n’ Roll scene in East London.
Come, pull up a stool, drink and be merry. With a backdrop of iconic rock photos, The Pipeline is a sanctuary for the brave and foolish. A bar furnished with the unusual and out of the ordinary drinks in town, supreme shots from the Nordic region (yes, some are pretty nasty), and the finest non-formulaic beer selection…”
Get more info here.
No matter what you end up doing, here’s to a great one!