Things to Do This Weekend
Last updated on February 14th, 2018 at 11:49 am
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
Social Fun and Games Club
Thursday 8th – Sunday 25th February. Free Entry.
If you can’t make it to Pyeongchang this week for the Winter Olympics then we’d recommend hitting up the next best thing on top of car park in Stratford, where the rooftop-based Social Fun & Games Club will be pairing curling from Sliders with delicious Korean food all month.
Sliders is London’s only rooftop curling experience and it has six lanes all complete with glowing neon theme. But that’s not all The Social Fun & Games Club are offering with glass igloo dining dens and a ski-lodge bar thrown in for good measure. Food will be served from the likes of Jimmy’s Lodge and Crazy Pig.
Location: Roof East, Floors 7-8, Stratford multi-storey car park, Great Eastern Way, E15 1XE. Nearest Tube: Stratford.
Movie Nights at the Museum
Friday 9th February – Saturday 3rd March. £28.
A new season of sci-fi films on the big screen begin this weekend at the Natural History Museum with Movie Nights at the Museum. Guests will take a seat to watch flicks in the epic Hintze Hall under Hope the famed blue whale, with drinks and snacks available at the on-site bar.
Various films are being shown during two weekends over the next month with the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Trek being shown in early March, but this weekend you’ll have a choice of Gravity, District 9, Alien or, our pick, Steven Spielberg’s classic E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial.
Location: Natural History Museum, Cromwell Roa,d SW7 5BD. Nearest Tube: South Kensington.
Things to Do This Weekend in Birmingham
Friday 9th & Saturday 10th February. £14.50.
The UK’s first and only dedicated Prosecco Festival is heading to Birmingham’s Town Hall this Friday. It’s the ultimate celebration for prosecco lovers, offering the chance to sample more than 40 types of prosecco, spumante, cava, brut, pink fizz and even prosecco cocktails. For non-fizz fans there will be a Peroni area too.
Also on offer will be a stunning array of Italian street foods, and a stage with a live band. Upon arrival you will be given your branded Prosecco flute ready to fill with all bars work on a token system – no cash. Tokens are priced at £5 each and can be exchanged for any drink.
Location: Birmingham Town Hall, Victoria Square, B3 3DQ.
Things to Do This Weekend in Glasgow
Big Feed Street Food Social
Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th February. £2.
Scotland biggest indoor street food market, Big Feed, returns this weekend to its location on Govan Road, bringing with it a whole host of incredible street food vendors from near and far, as well as live music and DJs, games for kids and outdoor seating.
Vendors will change daily but this weekend you’ve got the chance to sample gourmet hotdogs from Firedog with all the trimmings, Mexican wraps from Burrito, and authentic Czech street food from The Prague Shack. Booze will be supplied by The Prosecco Chaps, Daffy’s Gin, and West Beer.
Location: 249 Govan Road, G51 5HJ.
Things to Do This Weekend in Bristol
New Bristol: Evening Beer Tasting Course
Thursday 8th February. £20.
One of our favourite haunts in Bristol, the Bristol Brewery School, are offering evening tasting sessions this Thursday from their fantastic taproom, located in Bristol city centre. The evening will consist of tasting through some choice beers brewed at the adjoining New Bristol Brewery.
From brewery staples such as Beer Du Jour and Oolala, to the award winning rarity Super Deluxe Stout, you’ll taste through everything they brew and have and chat through how the beers are made. The courses includes beer tasting of 5 selected beers.
Location: Bristol Brewery School, 20A Wilson Street, BS2 9HH.