Whether you're looking to discover more about the life of soul singer James Brown, or learn more about the emigrants on the Titanic, HELLO! Online has something for you to enjoy during the next week across the United Kingdom. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERY
Friday 21 November: Get On Up
All eyes will be on Chadwick Boseman in the next few years, as the talented young actor was recently confirmed to star as Black Panther, Marvel's first black superhero. But for now, UK audiences can see him in Get On Up, which chronicles the life of James Brown, one of America's greatest funk musicians, from his rise out of extreme poverty to becoming one of the most influential musicians in history.
Saturday 22 November: Stars on Canvas
Own your own piece of celebrity arts thanks to this new exhibition at London's Heddon Street. Original artwork canvasses by stars of stage, screen, music, art and sport, including The Voice judges Ricky Wilson (left), will.i.am (right), Emeli Sande, Shakira, and Robbie Williams, will be auctioned on eBay from 99p to benefit UK charity Willow, who work with seriously ill adults aged 16-40. Visit the exhibition and bid up until Sunday 23 November.
Visit starsoncanvas.org.uk for more information
Food fever is set to grip London’s East End once again as the very best chef and restaurant talent unite for four days of food extravagance. A winter feast for the senses, guests can get the top tips from celebrity chefs including Michel Roux Jnr, Valentine Warner, Monica Galetti and Simon Rogan, as well as taste a whole host of sumptuous dishes from the very best of London’s restaurant scene.
See london.tastefestivals.com for ticket information and times
It's one of the country's best and most vibrant arts centres, and this Christmas the Southbank Centre's Winter Festival includes the gorgeous pop-up Rekorderlig Cider Lodge. Positioned alongside the annual Christmas market, the Cider Lodge invites guests to sample the Winter Cider, as well as a range of winter cocktails carefully crafted by Rekorderlig Brand Ambassador, Joel Persson.
See southbankcentre.co.uk/whatson/festivals-series/winter-festival for more information
Ever wondered what life was like for the emigrants who boarded Titanic? This exhibition looks at the stories of some of the Irish emigrants, and lets visitors explore not only their stories but also discover a third class cabin on Titanic, listen to the voices of those involved and bring to life the stories of the people who handed over their tickets in Queenstown on 11 April 1912 for a journey to a new life.
In 2005 acclaimed dance choreographer Matthew Bourne brought the Johnny Depp film Edward Scissorhands to life with a dance adaptation. Now in 2014, the magical performance has been revived and is hitting the road, and finds itself on Wednesday at The Lowry Theatre in Salford.
See manchestertheatres.com/thelowry.htm for more information
Portrait of a Lady is in its final week now so find the chance to visit this exhibition in the gorgeous city of Bath, which reveals the lives of Georgian women. It may have been a time of elegance but these women were considered property, and they could not vote, own land, or even consider their children as their own.
See no1royalcrescent.org.uk for more information