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Cheers To The Freakin’ Weekend!

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

One more day to get through and it’s here! Freedom and time to go out and play. So, what to do? Here’s our pick of the best things to do this weekend.

Films At The Yard: Cocktail
Cocktail at The Yard Theatre
Start your weekend early! The same people who brought us The Rooftop Cinema Club are now hosting a series of film sessions at The Yard Theatre. Tonight’s showing is classic Tom Cruise film, Cocktail. Don’t pretend like you’ve never attempted to recreate his moves. The 110 seater space has a bar and cafe & performance space. Book tickets here.
Cocktail, The Yard Theatre, Queen’s Yard, Hackney Wick, E9 5EN

All New People
All New People
If you were ever a fan of Zach Braff’s antics in popular US comedy Scrubs, you can now see the erstwhile comic actor turn screenwriter and star of new play “All New People”. Good reviews from the off-Broadway crowd and a interesting cast of characters, why not go and get some theatre action?
Duke of York’s Theatre, St Martin’s Lane, WC2N 4BG. Ticket from £39.50

supperclub Presents Grant Nelson & Soul Purpose DJs
supperclub Notting Hill
Each Friday supperclub hosts evenings that promise great food, amazing music, brilliant performances and the best party for miles around. “A feast for all the senses”, it’s a unique experience and if you’re looking for a traditional restaurant, you would be heading to the wrong place. Freedom reigns here.
supperclub, 12 Acklam Road, Notting Hill, W10 5QZ

Breakfast At The Wolseley
Breakfast at the Wolseley
An amazing way to start your Saturday morning. With the weather looking up, take a walk down Piccadilly and enjoy a Bloody Mary in one of London’s most sought after breakfast spots. Their salmon & scrambled eggs is sublime and the home-made Viennoiserie will make you question the way you have breakfast each morning. Served from 8.30 a.m until 11.30 a.m, booking is advised.
The Wolseley, 160 Piccadilly, W1J 9EB

David Shrigley: Brain Activity
David Shrigley Brain Activity
Who said art can’t have a sense of humour? David Shrigley’s ‘Brain Activity’ is full of his praised situational humour and his ridiculous treatment of failure. Showing at the Hayward Gallery until May 10th, it’s already received heaps of admiration and it would be an ideal way to spend a weekend afternoon.
David Shrigley: Brain Activity, Hayward Gallery, SE1.

Now you’ve got your weekend sorted, all you need now is someone to enjoy it with. Logon at clicktonight.com, meet someone and make some plans now.
Happy weekend all!