ARTS & CULTURE Things To Do This Weekend 3/11 2 min ARTS & CULTURE Things To Do This Weekend 3/11 2 min What's on and where to go this weekend Added on 03.11.17 By Lily Peschardt on 03.11.17 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email LinkedIn What's on and where to go this weekend By Lily Peschardt on 03.11.17 Help support Syrians at Petersham Nurseries CookForSYRIA is a global fundraising initiative to raise vital money for Unicef with support from the world’s top chefs, restaurants and volunteers. On November 9, Petersham Nurseries are hosting an exclusive Syrian-inspired charity supper-club hosted. The family-style feast will showcase many of the dishes from the best selling #CookForSYRIA Recipe Book. Buy your tickets here. Up and coming names on the art scene On Wednesday, Anna Liber Lewis was announced as the winner of the Griffin Art Prize. You can see her work, along with the rest of the shortlist, curated by Becca Pelly-Fry at the Griffin Gallery in Kensington until 15 December. For more information, visit the Griffin Gallery’s website. a new black comedy about the age we live in If you’re in Birmingham and fancy a jaunt to the theatre, check out Cuncrete. Hosted by Rachael Clerke & The Great White Males, it’s a punk musical about architecture, idealism, hyper-masculinity and how we ended up in this mess. Book your tickets here. Bonfire Night With the 5th of November come a series of firework displays up and down the country, but we recommend the Lewes Bonfire Night, which will actually be held on Saturday the 4th, (just to confuse you). It’s one of the biggest Bonfire Night events in the country, with over 60,000 people expected to attend. You can grab tickets here. However, if you want something a little more low key, here are plenty of smaller ones up and down the country! Get a few laughs in Jimmy Carr is going to be performing this Saturday 4 November at the Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham. In this show, he’s putting together the best material from his 15 year career into one brilliant night. Tickets are available here. Celebrate the short film If you were hoping to go to the Edinburgh Short Film Festival but couldn’t get tickets on the opening weekend, we have some good news! There are still tickets left for this weekend where you can see a collection of outstanding and award-winning short films. There’s also live Q and As with the film-makers and post-screening networking sessions. Book your tickets here. Get an (ice) skate on The ice-rink at the Natural History Museum is back up and running for the winter. There are ice-rinks opening all up and down the country, but this classic location is still our fave. Book tickets here. Book now for later On 30th November, Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope is hosting a carols by candlelight service as an early Christmas celebration. This year’s service will be held in St Bride’s Church on Fleet Street. It’s free to attend, but donations are encouraged. You can buy a ticket here.