5 Things To Do This Weekend... Watch Arrested Development, The Hangover Part 3 And Listen To Daft Punk
1. Watch... Arrested Development Season 4
Frozen bananas at the ready. We’re not fans of waking up early on the weekend but believe us, this is worth setting the alarm clock for. On Sunday at 8.01am, all 13 episodes in the brand new season 4 of Arrested Development go live exclusively on [a target="_blank" href="http://www.netflix.co.uk">Netflix[/a]. Get ready for some serious streaming…
2. Listen to... Daft Punk
Seeing as we’re already completely obsessed with this year’s song of the summer Get Lucky, we’re super excited to give the new Daft Punk album Random Access Memories - their first in eight years - a really good spin this weekend. If the weather brightens up as promised, it’ll go rather nicely with the BBQ we have planned.
3. Eat at... Tanner & Co
Who doesn’t love a new restaurant serving delicious comforting food (crispy spam fritters, poached hake in curry sauce) and kooky cocktails (Palmer’s Poison, Hickman’s Folly and St Saviour’s Mile) but get this, if you head to new Bermondsey Street restaurant Tanner & Co this weekend, they’re asking you to pay only what you think their food is actually worth (food only and advance booking is essential). In return for some feedback, natch. We’re heading straight for the charcuterie.
Tanner & Co, 50 Bermondsey St, London, London SE1 3UD, 020 7357 0244
4. Watch... The Hangover Part 3
The Wolfpack are back! You might be a fan of juvenile prankster movies, or like us, you might just be a really big fan of Bradley Cooper. Either way, we know there’ll be LOLs a plenty with the third and final instalment of The Hangover Part III. Ok, it’s not going to bag anyone an Oscar nomination but when did that ever stop us, eh?!
5. Eat, Drink And Be Merry!
Combine two great British pastimes at the Eat Drink Bristol Fashion pop-up. Its your last chance to visit the tipi village in Queen Square which plays home to modern British tapas from local restaurateurs, two late night bars, live music and entertainment.
Until 27 May