Finally the weekend has arrived, and about time too! We’ve rustled up five fabulous ideas for you to get stuck into, hooray!
This is 40, nationwide
From the producer of HBO’s hit drama Girls, comes the sequel to the 2007 film, Knocked Up. This laugh-out-loud comedy follows the lives of middle-aged married couple Debbie (Leslie Mann) and Pete (Paul Rudd) as they tackle turning 40. With added stress coming from their jobs and two children, the couple decides to make healthier life choices to revamp their marriage. Proper lols guaranteed.
Glam! Tate, Liverpool
Heads up Liverpool—the art, music and fashion glamour era of the early 1970’s is about to be re-discovered at the Tate. On display will be over 100 pieces of artwork that reflect themes of glamour and androgyny from the brilliant Andy Warhol, Richard Hamilton and many more. There may even be a mirror ball or two…maybe. From Feb 8 – 12 May 2013, for more info, visit Tate.org.uk/Liverpool
Let’s Dance for Comic Relief, BBC1, Saturday, 6.50pm
Presented by dynamic duo (and ex-lovers!) Alex Jones and Steve, err, Jones, this charity-themed showdown is set to span four weeks with three star-filled Saturday night heats and a grand final on March 9. Join Tim Vine, Ricky Hatton, Nina Conti, Jon Culshaw and a host of other stars as they swap their day jobs for dancing shoes!
Masquerade Valentine’s Ball, Proud Camden, London
Fancy joining in on some Valentine’s fun? This Saturday February 16, Proud Camden is set to give the stables a makeover with stately décor, live music and an array of mysterious masked dancers. The outdoor terrace will even be transformed into cosy ski lodge—how romantic! With a full line-up of live entertainment, including the five-piece New Young Pony Club, your Valentine’s weekend needs are all covered with this fab event.
Showzam! Festival of Circus, Magic & New Variety, Blackpool
Ladies and Gentlemen, Showzam! is back once again with its legendary nine day festival of fun. On show throughout Blackpool’s famous streets and landmarks will be high-profile performers, street artists and a few exciting never before seen acts. With a mix of ticketed and free events, family shows and adult-only shows, there’s carnival fun for everyone! For more information and updates visit Showzam.co.uk.
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