What's on in the UK: 7 things to do in the next week

Whether you're looking for a concert, a theatre production or into trying some interesting food this week... HELLO! Online has something for you to enjoy in the next seven days across the United Kingdom. 

Friday 13: Jessie J Forestry Commission gig

The Do It Like A Dude singer takes part in series of gigs organised by the Forestry Commission England and profits from concerts will go towards helping to improve the woodland.

Sherwood Pines Forest Park, Edwinstowe, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, NG21 9JH, United Kingdom at 6pm.

Saturday 14: Trooping The Colour - The Queen's official birthday

The Duke of Kent, Birgitte, Duchess Of Gloucester, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, will attend as The Queen marks her official birthday by carrying out an inspection of troops from the Household Division march in Whitehall. She will then watch a fly-past from the balcony at Buckingham Palace.

Horse Guards Parade, Horse Guards Road, London, SW1A 2AX, United Kingdom at 1pm.

Sunday 15: Bacchus restaurant

Treat yourself to the classic roast with a modern twist at Bacchus in the heart of East London's trendy Hoxton. Serving traditional roast lunches in a relaxed atmosphere, it's perfect for a sleepy Sunday.

From £15 Bacchus Sundays 12-18 Hoxton Street London, N1 6NG

Monday 16: National Picnic Week

Frances Quinn, John Whaite, Paul A Young, Juliet Sear host various picnics around Cumbria during National Picnic Week in aid of children's charity NSPCC. All proceeds from bidding to win a picnic with each chef go to the charity.

Alternatively grab your favourite refreshing beverage, pack a hamper and enjoy your own outing with friends and family.

Various venues, Cumbria, United Kingdom

Tuesday 17: Royal Ascot

Clare Balding, Gok Wan, Philip Treacy, Jane Taylor, Caroline Charles, Emma Spencer, Rishi Persad, Jim McGrath and Stewart Parvin are among stars expected to visit the event which closes 21 June.

If you can’t go along Channel 4 will be screening the major racing event, which dates back to 1711 and draws high profile society figures and royals every year. The focus is just as much on fashion as the horse racing.

Ascot Racecourse, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 7JX, United Kingdom

Wednesday 18: Hobson’s Choice at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Harold Bighouses’s Hobson’s Choice lands at the Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park as part of its 2014 season under the direction of Nadia Fall.

The classic play was first seen in New York almost a hundred years ago before its transfer to the West End in 1916 and since then it has been seen on stages around the world, whilst also being adapted to the screen on numerous occasions.

Now it appears at the seasonal venue 13-19 June in the summer of 2014, ready to introduce a new generation of audiences to the world inhabited by characters like Henry Horatio Hobson and his daughters, Maggie, Alice and Vickey.

Regent's Park London Regent's Park NW1 4NU

Thursday 19: Taste of London

The restaurant festival, is back in Regent’s Park from 18th – 22nd June 2014.

There has been a whole new roster of eateries added to the line-up this year including the likes of SUSHI-SAMBA, House of Ho and Duck & Waffle. Mahiki and Laurent-Perrier will also be hosting their own luxury experiences this year including masterclasses and complimentary cocktails.