It’s Thursday. Again. And that means it will soon be THE WEEKEND. Again. And we’re sure (again) that you haven’t packed out your schedule just yet. Here is our round up of the five best things you can do this weekend to avoid wasting those two office-free days doing the same things you’ve done before. Again.

What the heck: The Denim Leap Year PartyScreen Shot 2016-02-24 at 14.36.02
The Denims are in town and are doing their part for the Vaults Festival. For anyone not acquainted with The Denims, get yourself to The Vaults and see these queens go further than any drag queens have gone before at what is set to be an insane party.
Where the heck: The Vaults
When the heck: 10.30pm, Sunday 28th February
How much, then: £16.75  – not a cheap date, but better than a Nandos.


What the heck:
 Craft Beer Rising FestivalScreen Shot 2016-02-24 at 14.55.22
With the tagline ‘Beer/Cider/Music/Street Food’ we’re not sure we need to say much more about this. Expect delicious craft beer and cider from over 150 exhibitors this weekend if you get yourself to the Craft Beer Rising Festival.
Where the heck: The Old Truman Brewery
When the heck: Fri & Sat, 26th & 27th February
How much, then: Tickets will set you back £20



What the heck: London Fashion WeekendScreen Shot 2016-02-24 at 15.07.39

London Fashion Weekend is back at the Saatchi gallery and is a packed programme of fashion talks, cat walks and couture shops. You only get two chances a year to go, so you might as well, right?
Where the heck: The Saatchi Gallery
When the heck: Thu-Sun, 25th-28th February
How much, then: Tickets start from £20



What the heck: Noh Suntag: Dance of the Order Screen Shot 2016-02-24 at 15.53.39
Korean artist Noh Suntag explores the impact of the Korean war in present time through a stunning photo exhibition. If you’ve ever pondered on the divide between North and South Korea, this is the exhibition for you.
Where the heck: 43 Inverness Street, Camden
When the heck: Sun 28th Feb – 12th March
How much, then: FREE ADMISSION – yippee!



What the heck: Breathe Festival StorytellingScreen Shot 2016-02-24 at 16.30.21
Breathe is a celebration of breathing and mind space, and this Sunday you can head over to Spark: an open storytelling session where anyone can turn up and tell a story on the theme of ‘breathe’. Take a deep breath and head over.
Where the heck: 
The Old Church, Stoke Newington
When the heck:
7.30pm, Sunday 28th February
How much, then: 
– almost a Boots meal deal, but more satisfying.


And there you have it. Five things you’ve probably not done before and you’re not likely to do again. You can thank us later for spicing things up for you.

With lunch,