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

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Whether you're spending the week cheering on your home team on Saturday as the RBS 6 Nations gets underway, or you fancy a trip to the cineplex for one of this year's best dramas, HELLO! Online has gathered some of the best events around the UK for you...

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Friday 6 February: RBS Six Nations Hospitality Packages with Youngs Pubs

Didn't manage to get tickets to any of this year's RBS 6 Nations games? Get yourself the best seat in the house with Youngs Pubs, who will be offering dedicated fans hospitality suite packages. For a set fee, you can have a prime position in front of their HD screens, along with food, drink, and a waiter that will serve only you and your friends.

Visit youngs.co.uk/6nations for further information


Saturday 7 February: Kettners High Sociotease

Step back in time this weekend with a high-octane cabaret show at Kettners, London's modern European restaurant. Enjoy the sandwiches, sweets, and lashings of clotted cream - as well as the champagne - while burlesque, circus, and cabaret performers entertain and depict the weird and wonderful history of London’s beloved pleasure district.

See kettners.com for more information


Sunday 8 February: BAFTAs

We're in the middle of awards season and Hollywood's biggest and brightest are all in London for the glitzies night of the year. Will homegrown star Eddie Redmayne take the Best Actor gong from Michael Keaton? Will Unbroken star Jack O'Connell take the the public's vote for the BAFTA Rising Star award? HELLO! Online will be at the awards show, tweeting all the gossip and backstage action from @hellomag and Instgramming all the gorgeous gowns (@hellomaguk) so don't forget to tune in with us.

Follow @hellomag on Twitter, @hellomaguk on Instagram and check back on Sunday for our liveblog on hellomagazine.com


Monday 9 February: Make your own luck with Match.com

Valentine's day may be less than a week away but if you're single, don't get disheartened. Match.com will be hosting a special series of evenings across the country, ranging from salsa to bowling, and which are designed to bring single people together. Who knows, maybe you won't be spending next year's Valentine's day alone!

See match.com for more information


Tuesday 10 February: Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief event

Naomi Campbell returns to Somerset House in London next week for her Fashion for Relief charity runway show - and you can buy tickets now. The event will kick off London Fashion Week, as well as raising funds to combat the Ebola crisis - and although the line-up of models has not yet been announced, previous shows have seen the likes of Kate Moss and Beyoncé strutting their stuff.

Visit ticketmaster.co.uk for more information


Wednesday 11 February: Selma

Don't let the shocking Oscars snub deter you from catching Selma on the big screen. As the iconic Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Brit actor David Oweyelo gives one of the year's best performances, while Ava DuVernay expertly shows us the man before the icon - a politician, an activist, and a preacher - in a film that is kept alive despite the harrowing circumstances.

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Thursday 12 February: Fujiko Nakaya Fog Bridge at Bristol's Arnolfini

Bristol has been awarded status as the European Green Capital, and to celebrate, artist Fujiko Nakaya takes a look at how a changing climate can disrupt our lives - by engulfing the museums's nearby Pero's Bridge in fog. Known for using fog as a sculptural medium, Fujiko will run the exhibition throughout the week, and invite you to discover for yourself the impact a change climate can have.

See arnolfini.org.uk for more information

 
 

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