ARTS & CULTURE

Things to do this weekend

ARTS & CULTURE

Things to do this weekend

What's on and where to go this weekend

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By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on

What's on and where to go this weekend

By Kuba Shand-Baptiste on
  • SUPPORT LGBTQ+ REFUGEES

    In honour of Pride, Choose Love and Pride are teaming up to bring you a pop-up store with a twist. Situated in St Martin's Courtyard, London, the Choose Love store (which opens on Saturday 30 June) will raise money for LGBTQ+ refugees and asylum seekers. Customers will be able to get their hands on Katharine Hamnett's Choose Love logo T-shirt. Fore more information about the pop-up, click here.

  • BOOK NOW FOR LATER

    The 2018 Liverpool Biennial is back soon under the theme: Beautiful World, Where Are You? Returning on 14 July until 28 October, the biennial will showcase contempary art all over the city, while simultaneously celebrating 20 years of presenting international art. For more information about the programme, click here.

  • Go to a concert in the park

    Picnics in the park are rarely accompanied by live orchestras and choirs, but luckily, this Saturday 30 June, you can treat yourself to that very experience. Birmingham’s Concerts In The Park event promises live performances from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Motown covers from the Count Vintage Swing Orchestraand more. Attendees will also be treated to a number of food and drink stalls. The event starts at 1.30pm. For tickets and more information, click here.

  • GET YOUR HANDS ON SOME NEW CLOTHES

    The Anti Diet Riot Fair – a body-positive mini-market – is upon us, and, as with pretty much every Anti Diet Riot event, it is not to be missed. You can get your hands on a new summer wardrobe, bring clothes to swap with other people (sizes Large/14 and up), get your nails done or just have a browse. The fair takes place on Sunday 1 June at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen from 1-8pm. For more information, click here.

  • GO TO AN OPEN-AIR FILM FESTIVAL

    Summer is officially here, and so is the open-air Everyman Summer Love Film festival in King's Cross. It runs until Sunday 15 July, and features film favourites like Coco, Moonlight and West Side Story. For more information about this event, click here.

  • Head to vegas

    Trans Creative, the Manchester-based arts organisation, is bringing a new festival to the city from 1-4 July. The Trans Vegas festival will be brimming with trans-led events, with everything from LGBTQ+ themed gallery tours, discussions about queer sex and a talk from activist Charlie Craggs about her new book, To My Trans Sisters. For more information about Trans Vegas, click here.

  • Book now for later

    A Circle Back is the pop up that makes ethical shopping easy, and in a few weeks, you'll have the chance to browse some of the brands and products that help to give back to the planet in some capacity. A Circle Back's first pop-up shop will open from 26 July - 1 August, 67 Redchurch Street, London. If you can't make it to the pop-up, however, there's always the online store. For more information click here.

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