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

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Whether you're looking for an unusual art exhibition, afternoon tea, or an evening of classical music, HELLO! Online has something for you to enjoy in the next week across the United Kingdom.


Friday 26th September - The Art of the BrickNamed one of CNN's must-see exhibitions, The Art of the Brick features over 80 of American sculptor Nathan Sawaya's work, all made out of the childhood favourite, lego. The exhibiton has a specially designed British room which includes a large-scale sculpture of a T-Rex as well as an interactive zone - allowing young and old to try their hand at their own lego sculptures.The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London


Saturday 27th September - Speed The PlowChild actress and tabloid fixture Lindsay Lohan makes her stage debut this week in David Mamet's Speed The Plow. The play, which starred Madonna in the 1980s in the same role as Lindsay, follows Karen, a secretary to two Hollywood producers who turns out to be much smarter than she first appears. The play runs until the end of November.Visit for more information


Sunday 28th September – Burlesque Afternoon TeaAfternoon tea with a difference! In this one-off event held at Kettner's in Soho, London, guests can indulge in homemade scones with lashings of clotted cream, sweet treats and dainty finger sandwiches while watching burlesque, cabaret and circus performances depicting the weird and wonderful history of London's beloved pleasure district. For more information and tickets visit

burlesque afternoon tea

Monday 29 September - Seminar at the Hampstead Theatre

A tale of ambition, power, and lust, Seminar follows four aspring young writers who have paid to receive advice and wisdom from an older, once celebrated novelist. Written by Pulitzer Prize nominee Theresa Rebeck, Seminar runs until November 1.

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Tuesday 30 September - Edge Cycle boot camp 

Kick start the week with a spinning boot camp class at the Edge Cycle studio in central London. The new classes that have just launched mix normal spinning with intense floor-based circuit training, giving you a full body workout. No 45-minute session is the same, but the rewards are – participants can burn up to 1,000 calories a session and get extra fit. For more information visit

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Wednesday 1 October - Swingers Crazy Golf

London's first pop-up nine-hole crazy golf course arrives this autumn. With two cocktail bars and a diner serving some of London's most exciting fast food, Swingers is the perfect night out - drinks, dancing, food, and golf.

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Thursday 2 October - Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons

Russell Watson, one of the world's greatest classical singers, will be performing at the much anticipated Raymond Blanc Festival of Music, held annually in the intimate Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. The festival regularly hosts many of the most established artists from the world of opera, classical music and jazz, and this years event also sees Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Tasmin Little perform.

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