ARTS & CULTURE Things to do this weekend 1 min ARTS & CULTURE Things to do this weekend 1 min What's on and where to go this weekend Added on 25.05.18 By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on 25.05.18 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email LinkedIn What's on and where to go this weekend By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on 25.05.18 HAVE A BLOODY BIG BRUNCH The Bloody Big Brunch is unlike the brunch clubs most will have been to. It's dedicated to promoting period positivity and even has a "red room" for people to discuss period-related things. The boozy part – in the form of Bloody Marys – is still there, of course. And guests will be treated to a drag show and comedy sets, so it's already miles ahead of your average mid-morning event. The Big Boozy Brunch takes place at The Book Club in East London on June 2 from 12-4pm. For tickets and more information, click here. DISSENT! Museums Sheffield Live Late events never disappoint. And this Friday's event, Dissent!, is no exception. The "festival within a gallery" will include performances from poets, musicians and more, all under the umbrella of what it means to engage in resistance. Performers include poet Zena Edwards and the Neighbourhood Voices choir. The Live Late starts at 7.30pm at the Graves Gallery in Sheffield. For more information and tickets, click here. SEE Les Amazones d'Afrique Les Amazones d'Afrique – the west African feminist supergroup taking the world by storm – are coming to the Royal Festival Hall this weekend, so you'd better get a ticket. Set to a musical backdrop of funk, dub and blues, the group make a point of campaigning for gender equality in their songs. The concert starts at 7.30pm on 27 May. For more information and tickets, click here. Go to a fair with a twist The Northern Print Fair is here again this Saturday, which means countless opportunities for you to get your hands on some unique, handmade prints. Hosted by Northern Craft, a collective of north England's makers, the fair will also host workshops for you to attend. It takes place this Saturday at Duke Studios in Leeds from 11am-5pm. For more information about this event, click here. BOOK NOW FOR LATER Feminism and botany are a match made in heaven, apparently. And the London Drawing Group is here to prove it. They'll be exploring historical figures in botanical art, exploring and gardening, under the tutelage of Luisa-Maria MacCormack, right smack bang in the middle of Kew Gardens. Sketch to your heart's content at this unique drawing class on 30 June at 11am–4.30pm. For more tickets and information about this event, click here. SUPPORT AFRICAN WOMEN In celebration of Africa Day, the Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel are hosting an event all for the purpose of amplifying the profiles of African women. The event, Voices Of Young African Women, will showcase projects from the TuWezeshe Akina Dada Africa-UK Young Women’s Leadership and Empowerment Movement – a three year womens- and girls-rights project funded by Comic Relief. It takes place in Cardiff at the Shree Kutch Leva Patel Community Centre on Friday 25 May. For more information, click here. BOOK NOW FOR LATER The Pool's very own Yomi Adegoke has curated an event dedicated to highlighting the incredible achievements of black British women across a number of industries. Hosted by Adegoke, A Seat At The Table, an event in partnership with 5X15, will feature the likes of Chidera Eggerue aka The Slumflower, Yrsa Daley-Ward, Sheila Atim, Florence Adepoju and Funmi Fetto, all of whom have made incredible strides in their respective fields. It takes place on 4 June at London's Conway Hall. For tickets and more information, click here.