What to do this weekend: 22-24 January 2016

It’s basically Antarctica outside which just puts everybody in the mood to hibernate at the weekend.


by Closer staff |
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But we’ve rounded up some amazingly fun things for you to do during your time off – and we promise you won’t freeze!

Watch: Dirty Grandpa

This film [pictured above] contains a lot of Zac Efron not wearing many clothes, which is reason enough for us to take a trip to the cinema!

Listen: Little Mix – Secret Love Song (Ft. Jason Derulo)


The girls have done it again with this emotionally charged ballad, and something tells us they might have just bagged their fourth UK number one. Download it here{ =nofollow}.

Read: Not Quite Nice by Celia Imrie

This charming novel is about Theresa who, retired and feeling undervalued, heads to Bellevue-Sur-Mer in search of some peace and quiet. But the reality of what she finds is the complete opposite… Buy it here.

Shop: Valentine’s Day lingerie on a budget

Treat yourself and your partner this Valentine’s Day with some sexy new underwear, like this gorgeous set from F&F. Check out our top picks here.

See: Cirque du Soleil: Amaluna

If you’re lucky enough to get tickets to this show, you’re in for a massive treat. Cirque is at the Royal Albert Hall all weekend, and tickets are on sale here.

Stay in: Legend (Available on Google Play, Sky Store and Amazon Video)

If you just can’t face the idea of going out, then you should definitely revisit Legend this weekend. Tom Hardy plays the dangerous yet charming Kray twins – what’s not to love?

Go out: Anywhere!

Following on from sub-zero temperatures and snow flurries, the mercury is set for highs of 13C this weekend! Make the most of it and go outside… even if it is just to a beer garden…

Make: healthy food

Try ourfood swap tips and make some of your favourite meals with healthier alternatives.

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