What to do this weekend: 13th-15th November 2015

Stuck for something to do this weekend? We've got you covered.


by Ellie Hooper |
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EAT: A slap up roast

The weather has officially turned. And with storm Abigail set to trap many of us inside this weekend, what better time to sharpen your roasting skills? Or if you can’t be bothered to make it yourself, leg it to the pub for the all time English favourite.


GO: To the Lord Mayor’s Show

If you’re close to the capital, it might be time to take in one of London’s most traditional events - the mayor’s show. The procession will fill a three and a half mile stretch in central London from 11AM - where you can watch performers from around the globe in all their glory. A great treat for all their family. Starts at Bank, ends at Aldwych, Saturday, 11AM.

WATCH: Steve Jobs, the movie

We’ve always been MASSIVE Michael Fassbender fans, and his latest turn as Apple founder Steve Jobs has been pitched as one of his best performance’s yet. Focusing on Jobs’ rise from nobody to founder of the most innovative tech company in the world, with all of the trials and tribulations in-between, we have it on good authority this is not to be missed. Cinemas nationwide from Friday.

STREAM: A scary movie

It’s Friday the 13th guys, which means there’s no better time (bar Halloween) to snuggle up and enjoy a really scary movie. Why not go full throttle and try Friday the 13th (or one of its many sequels). Just make sure you’ve got a pillow to hide behind!

SHOP: Gorgeous velvet buys

We love it when it finally gets to the time of year when you can officially wear velvet without feeling like an idiot. That time is now, people. Check out our style writer Matilda’s top picks for this season.

MAKE: Delicious breakfast burrito

Cure that hangover and fill your belly without ditching the diet with these amazing burrito recipes - all under 400 cals. You’ll thank us later!

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