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

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Friday 16 January: Wild

Reese Witherspoon snapped up the rights to Cheryl Strayed's autobiography Wild months before the book had even been released, so it seems fitting that the former Oscar winner would put her everything into portraying Cheryl on the big screen. The film follows Cheryl's journey to walk the 1,100-mile hike across the Pacific Trail following a break-up and the death of her beloved mother but it soon becomes a journey of self-discovery instead.

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Saturday 17 January: The Adventure Travel Show

Get bitten by the travel bug and book yourself a new long-haul adventure at The Adventure Travel Show in London. Meet witjh tour operators, volunteer services and tourism representatives from all over the world,attend the more than 100 free talks, andbook in fo seminars on travel writing and photography.

See adventureshow.com/ for more information.

 

 



Sunday 18 January: Elvis Family Bowl

To celebrate the king of Rock and Roll's birthday, Brooklyn Bowl will be playing all the hits and movies of the hitmaker on Sunday's throughout the year. They've also created a Graceland-inspired milkshake - Banana and Peanut Butter - and an Elvis-themed menu inspired by the Southern foods from Memphis, USA, which all the family can enjoy - and under-12s can have 50% off of.

See london.brooklynbowl.com/for more information.

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Monday 19 January: Cirque Berserk at Swindon Theatre

Combining contemporary cirque skills with thrilling stunt action, Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle that will amaze audiences of all ages. They sold out all their shows in 2014, and are now back in 2015 with a brand-new act, one of the world's most dangerous ever performed on stage. Dancers, acrobats, fire-eaters, jugglers, aerialists, and death-defying stuntmen will all amaze you, with their risk-taking antics...

See cirqueberserk.co.uk/ for all tour details
 

 

 

 



Tuesday 20 January: Monkey Business at the BFI

As part of their Best of Marx Brothers season, the British Film Institute will be screening Monkey Business, one of the brothers’ most beloved films, which follows the hilarious tale of a transatlantic crossing during which the four brothers take on the roles of: steamliner stowaways; ship’s captain; doctor; Maurice Chevalier impersonators; mob heavies and society gatecrashers....

See whatson.bfi.org.uk/ for more information

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 21 January: Portuguese wine and tasting dinner

A Portuguese tasting menu that packs a punch has arrived in London, created by Luis Baena, owner and head chef of Notting Hill Kitchen, and Joao Rodrigues, Head Chef of one Michelin-starred Feitoria in Lisbon. The four-course degustation dinner offers seared hot swordfish and milk-fed goat shoulder among other delights, and includes the option of a wine pairing, with drinks especially selected by Taste Portugal.

Email reservations@tasteportugal-london.com to book tickets

 

Thursday 22 January: Kiehls healthy looking skin masterclass at Harrods

Get your skin Spring ready with a masterclass from the masters. Throughout January, Harrods have teamed up with some of the UK's most beloved brands to lead in-store demonstrations, and Thursday will see Kiehls take over, offering a masterclass for all those looking to improve the look of their skin.

Call 02078938333 to book.

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