Every week we’ll be giving Joes the best things to do this weekend no matter where you are in the country. Whether it’s the best new bars, clubs, restaurants, films or events, we’ve got you covered!
Things to Do This Weekend in London
The Magic Roundabout
Mondays to Tuesdays until 11pm. Prices vary.
Old Street’s famous roundabout opens its doors to its final summer pop-up this week before being completely pedestrianised next year. Located literally in the middle of Old Street Roundabout and accessed via a secret staircase in the tube station, The Magic Roundabout is set to be London’s most unique and newest party space this summer, with award winning street food, artisan coffee, beautiful cocktails and craft beers!
The theme this year is Urban Jungle… so think neon lights, waterfalls, plenty of tropical foliage and Avatar style jungle flora. As always, there’ll be a stellar line-up of DJs plucked from some of London’s biggest clubs, while street food kings Smoking Lotus and Burger Bear will be on duty so you don’t get famished. Head over to the Magic Roundabout Website to see the full line-up.
Location: Middle of Old Street Roundabout, EC1Y 1BE. Nearest Tube: Old Street.
The Prince Beer Garden
Open Daily. Free.
With things starting to heat up, it would only seem apt that you head to London’s outdoor drinking establishment. Yes, we’re talking about The Prince is West Brompton which has just opened its doors to its pub-food-hall hybrid complete with four restaurants, three different bars and what owners are claiming to be London’s largest beer garden.
The beer garden at The Prince has been given the look of a magic English summer garden, decked in wisteria and hydrangeas, and just in case the English weather plays havoc, the garden even has a retractable roof to protect you against the elements. Street food vendors include the likes of Patty & Bun, Coqfighter, Begging Bowl and Foley’s.
Location: 14 Lillie Road, SW6 1TT. Nearest Tube: West Brompton.
Things to Do This Weekend in Cardiff
Cardiff Burger Festival
Saturday 21st April. From £3.
The Cardiff Burger Festival returns to DEPOT this Saturday for a day of patties and buns. There’ll be a whole host of vendors serving up their takes on the humble burger, with everything from beef and pork, to chicken and bacon, as well as some vegan options.
There’ll be two sessions running over the day, with the earlier set aside as ‘family friendly’ before things start to heat up in the morning. As always at DEPOT, there’ll be a well-stocked bar serving crafts, cocktails and everything else in between, as well as plenty of entertainment and games throughout the day.
Location: DEPOT Cardiff, Construction House, Dumballs Road, CF10 5FE.
Things to Do This Weekend in Bristol
St Nick’s Night Market
Friday 20th April. Free.
Bristol’s famed St Nicholas Market will be wearing its evening gown for the first time this year on Friday night, offering up a plethora of award winning street food, great booze, live music, performance art, an oyster festival, and even wellbeing activities like yoga.
Whether you’re after a relaxing night of coffee and relaxation, or pies and dancing, St Nick’s Night Market has you covered. Alongside the usual food and craft stalls, there’ll also be two stages of live music: one outside Mr Wolf’s on St Nick’s Street and another outside the Registry office on Corn Street.
Location: St Nicholas Market, Corn Street, BS1 1JQ.
Things to Do This Weekend in Leeds
Prosecco & Gin Festival
Saturday 21st April. £13.50.
The Prosecco and Gin Festival is heading to Leeds this weekend for the first time ever. Taking place at New Craven Hall this Saturday, you’ll be able to try over 40 hand-picked gins alongside a huge selection of sparkling wines, and there’ll even be a cocktail bar too if you really want to push the boat out.
Standard tickets include a glass of fizz on arrival, a branded event glass to take home, luxury chocolate on entry, and a booklet containing tasting notes, serving suggestions and cocktail recipes. Each bar at the Prosecco and Gin festival will work on a token basis. Head over to the Festival Website to book your tickets.
Location: New Craven Hall, 2 Fairfield House, New Craven Gate, LS11 5NF.