09 August 2013 by

5 Things To Do This Weekend... Watch Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, Disney's The Jungle Book And Get Free Starbucks

1. Watch... Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

It’s pretty hard to believe that it’s been more than 20 years since Steve Coogan brought hapless and inept radio DJ Alan Partridge to life but now he and his pals have finally made the big time. In Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, hostages in a kidnap situation find themselves an unlikely hero.

In cinemas now

2. Try Fortnum & Masons Hamperling

Be it frolicking with friends or diving into a first date, you can’t beat London’s Serpentine for a fab afternoon of summer fun. A boat ride or walk is a sure fire way to work up an appetite so why not head to the Serpentine Pavilion to sample Fortnum & Mason’s Hamperling, a miniature hamper complete with picnic blanket to relax and refuel.

Until 28 October, afternoon tea for two is £25.

3. Watch... Disney's The Jungle Book

‘Look for the…’ Yes that’s right, Disney’s The Jungle Book has been given the high-def treatment and the Diamond Edition is now available to own on Blu-Ray and Disney DVD. Relive the magic of your childhood or introduce a new generation to the delights of Mowgli, his furry friends and the bare necessities. There are lots of bonus features to enjoy too. We’re building up quite the animated collection…

4. Get a... Free Starbucks Refresha

If you’re in need of a little hydration this weekend, our friends at Starbucks are offering a free Refresha for every reader. It contains real fruit juice and is lightly caffeinated with green coffee extract. Served over ice, try the Cool Lime or Valencia Orange. But don’t forget, you need to redeem the exclusive voucher in this week’s issue.

5. Read... The Love Affairs Of Nathaniel P

Fans of Lena Dunham’s zingy dialogue or the New York-isms of Jay McInerney will enjoy this thoroughly modern tome. Adelle Waldman’s The Love Affairs Of Nathaniel P is a bitingly satirical tale of the modern man and his dating morals, or lack of.

Out now, Random House

For more ideas, why not download Grazia on the iPad where you can book tickets, buy books and music straight from the page. Easy peasy! Grazia iPad Edition is available for £1.99 every Tuesday from Newsstand on the App Store on iPad or at www.iTunes.com/AppStore.


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