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

Christmas may be over but New Year's Eve is nearly upon us - HELLO! Online have found the best activities for all the family this week.

Saturday 27 December - Unbroken

Unbroken is the true tale of Louis Zamperini - an Olympian who became a prisoner of war during WWII. Angelina Jolie spent several years trying to get the film into production but the Oscar winner finally got her pet project off the ground, with British rising star Jack O'Connell, as her leading man.



Sunday 28 December -Elvis at The O2: The Exhibition of His Life

The King is in London! A treat for Elvis fans of all ages, Elvis at The O2: The Exhibition of His Life charts the singer's meteoric rise across the globe and will include more than 300 items from the Graceland Archives, many of which have never been exhibited outside of America before.

See http://www.theo2.co.uk/events/detail/the-king-has-arrived for more information

Monday 29 December - Disney on Ice: 100 years of Magic

Whether you have little ones or are simply a fan of Disney, be sure to check out Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic! With over 65 unforgettable characters from 18 of Disney's biggest films, this skating spectacular makes for a great way to get over the post-Christmas blues. If your little ones are huge fans of Frozen, make sure to check out the next show, Disney on Ice: Magical Ice Festival, which features the film's princesses Elsa and Anna, as well as favourite characters from The Little Mermaid, Tangled and Beauty and the Beast.

See disney.co.uk/disney-on-ice for more information


Tuesday 30 December - Big Eyes

Big Eyes, by acclaimed director Tim Burton and starring Oscar nominee Amy Adams and Oscar winner Christoph Waltz, tells the fascinating and true story of Margaret Keane, an American painter in the 1950s and 1960s who was given no recognition for her work as her husband Walter Keane fraudulently claimed he was the artist.



Wednesday 31 January - New Years Eve

Celebrate the end of 2014 and the beginning of a new year with friends and family and a rendition of the classic song, Auld Lang Syne!

Thursday 1 January - New Years Day parade

Kick off your new year by celebrating the coming months with dancers, acrobats, cheerleaders, musicians and performers who are assembling in the heart of London on New Year's Day for a colourful celebration that combines contemporary performance with traditional pomp.

See http://londonparade.co.uk/ for more information