Your Weekend Sorted

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Every Friday we reveal all the very best things to keep you entertained this weekend . Whether you are staying in, or going out, have a shoestring budget or are feeling extravagant, there is something for everyone.

Staying In



  • Comic Relief: The annual celebrity filled night of entertainment to raise money for Comic Relief is really the only choice tonight. Expect three and a half hours of performances from Peter Kay, Harry Hill, James Cordon and Take That, and special episodes of MasterChef, Eastenders and Outnumbered. Love it or hate it, Red Nose Day is truly now a British institution.

When? Friday 18th, 7-10.30pm




  • Rugby Six Nations: The final matches of the annual international rugby union tournament are played this weekend. England are hoping to complete the Grand Slam (winning every game in the tournament), whilst Wales still have an outside chance of pulling off a shock to win the trophy. Whatever happens, there is bound to be joy and despair in equal measure.

When? Saturday 19th: France v Wales 7:45pm Ireland v England 5:00pm Scotland v Italy 2:30pm


Going Out

Days Out


  • Pick Me Up, Somerset House: The UK’s first contemporary graphic art fair returns for its second year. The best graphic artists, collectives and galleries from around the world are exhibiting their artwork this weekend. There is the chance to buy art work, get involved yourself and listen to top speakers.

When? 10am-7pm every day until 27th March.
Price: £7

Cheese and Wine Festival, Southbank Centre:For this weekend only you can go and immerse yourself in the world of cheese and wine. Not only can you taste and buy some of the best produce in the world, but you can watch chefs demonstrating recipes, take part in tutored tastings and go to talks by top experts. And the best thing is, it is all free! 

When? From Midday onwards Friday, Saturday and Sunday 
Price: FREE



  • Submarine:This new British film comes out today on a wave of critical praise. It tells the story of teenage boy in 1980s Wales who struggles to save his parents marriage at the same time as having his own first girlfriend. Stylishly shot, funny, poignant and brilliantly acted it is well worth checking out this weekend.


Nights Out

  • Pulse Club Grand Opening, SE1:Fancy a big night out? London’s newest super club is opening tonight with house megastar Erick Morillo bringing his famous Voodoo Nights to London for the first time. The club boasts five bars, five dancefloors and state of the art music and lighting for up to 4,500 people at a time.

When? Friday 18th, 10pm onwards

  • Flare Path, Haymarket Theatre Royal (pictured): If you want a quieter, more refined night at the theatre then Flare Path is one of the hottest plays in London at the moment. Starring Sienna Miller and Sheridan Smith, it tells the story of the wives of RAF pilots during World War II. Reviews have been very good, so make sure you book quickly.

When? Friday 18th, 2.30pm, Saturday 19th 2.30pm and 7.30pm

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