Whether you're looking to explore London's oldest houses, visit the south of France with Emma Stone, or watch a film in Jersey's harbourside town of St Aubin, HELLO! Online has something for you to enjoy in the next week across the United Kingdom.
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Friday 19 September - Liverpool Food and Drink Festival
Celebrate the great British pub on Friday evening at Liverpool's Food and Drink festival. Pub grub, real ales, and live music will all be on hand, as well as a street food zone featuring everything from posh pork pies, cheeses and olives to coffee, fudge and liqueurs. Don't forget to also take part in the North's Biggest Pub Quiz whichstarts from 7pm.
Saturday 20 September - Open House LondonOpen House London aims to promote public awareness and appreciation for some of the capital's lesser-known buildings and parks, and celebrating it's 22nd birthday, we think they're doing a brilliant job. Over 850 house, offices, estates, parks, and grounds will be open for free, and all have stewards and guides to discuss the rich heritage to be found at each.
See http://www.openhouselondon.org.uk/ for more information
Sunday 21 September - The Handmade Fair
Queen of Craft Kirstie Allsopp hosts a wide range of exhibitors and craft fans in the gorgeous setting of Hampton Court Palace this weekend for the first ever Handmade Fair. Tickets give entry to one session, one skills workshop, and access to all the exhibtor stalls.
Visit http://www.thehandmadefair.com/ for more information.
Monday 22 September - Late Turner at the Tate
The first exhibit to focus on the later works of the great British painter J.M.W Turner, Late Turner brings together the paintings that are often considered his best, and yet at the time were misunderstood and often controversial. Open until January 2015, highlights include Ancient Rome; Agrippina Landing with the Ashes of Germanicus and Modern Rome – Campo Vaccino.See http://www.tate.org.uk/ for more information
Tuesday 23 September - Fashion Night OutFashion's Night Out returns for its sixth year and this year will be spread across two of London's busiest shopping streets - Oxford Street and Regents Street. The evening is a celebration of the joy of shopping, and brands and shops involved include & Other Stories, Liberty, and Vivienne Westwood.
Wednesday 24th September - Magic in the Moonlight
Colin Firth and Emma Stone star in Woody Allen's latest, which takes us to the South of France in the 1920s and follows a tale of magicians, mediums, and mystery.
Thursday 25 September - Branchage Film Festival
Branchage Film Festival may be the UK's prettiest film festival, set in the historic harbour of St Aubin's Village. Watch a film, enjoy live music, or take in an educational talk in the century-old Belgian Spiegeltent which forms the base for all events.
Visit http://www.branchagefestival.com/ for more information