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

Whether you're looking for a live talk, an open-air film screening or fancy a day of the biggest chart toppers live... HELLO! Online has something for you to enjoy in the next seven days across the United Kingdom.


Friday 20: Luna Open-Air Cinemas, nationwide

Make the most of the summer months with Luna Cinema's outdoor film screenings. With everything showing from Dirty Dancing and Thelma and Louise, to Back to the Future and Gravity, the screenings take place in some of the UK's most cinematic venues - from Warwick Castle to Regents Park in London. Friday the Gonnies is playing in Crystal Palace Park.

Nationwide, see www.thelunacinema.com for tickets and more information.

Saturday 21: Capital FM Summertime Ball

The annual event features a host of the UK's favourite chart toppers and the 2014 line-up is no different. Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Calvin Harris and Little Mix will all be playing at the day-long event at Wembley Stadium.

Doors open 1.30pm and the event ends at 10pm. For more information see http://promo.capitalradio.co.uk/summertimeball/

Sunday 22: Watch World Cup games

As the 2014 FIFA World Cup is underway, take some time on a Sunday to relax and watch a few games at the Liquor Store. The bar in the heart of East London is offering guests the chance to book a seat for the Group stage, to avoid disappointment. Hot dogs and orange wedges will be on sale, to recreate the atmosphere of the stadium and make football fans feel like they are in the middle of the action.

See www.liquorstorelondon.co.uk  for more information

Monday 23: Sir Ranulph Fiennes live in person
The British adventurer talks about his lifetime of record-breaking expeditions from the first hovercraft expedition up the Nile & the discovery of the Lost City of Ubar at this live event in Liverpool. The intrepid explorer has also circumnavigated the world via both poles & in  2013 attempt edthe first ever trans-Antarctic winter crossing.

Parr Hall, Warrington. See http://www.pyramidparrhall.com/ for more details.

Sir Ranulph Fiennes with Prince Charles

Tuesday 24: Hard Rock Cafe

After forty years of business, the internationally famous burger restaurant has revamped its menu. Retaining the Americana theme that the Hard Rock is famous for, the new menu launcher in March instead has kicked things into gear with new flavours and the revitalisation of old classic.

London and Manchester

Wednesday 25: Disarrono Rooftop Terrace gigs

Across the summer months, Disarrono will be hosting several rooftop gigs featuring some of the best up andcoming acts around. Kicking things off in London for the months of June and July will be live music from Nick Mulvey and a DJ set from Alt J for the launch, followed by live performances from Rhodes and DJ sets from Charlie XCX and The Maccabees in the following weeks. August will see the gigs go to Manchester while Scotland will see them in September.

Thursday 26: Goodwood Festival of Speed

Goodwood Festival of Speed is the largest motoring garden party in the world – a unique summer weekend that brings together cars, stars and motor sport royalty to create the largest car culture event in the world. Held in the immaculate grounds of Goodwood House, it is a great day out for family and friends.

Located outside Chichester, see http://grrc.goodwood.com/section/festival-of-speed/#/0 for more information.