5 Things To Do This Weekend... Watch I Am Breathing, Go To Wyndstock And Listen To Kanye West

21 June 2013 by

1. Watch... I Am Breathing

Within one year of being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease, Neil Platt was paralysed from the neck down. Prompted by his decision to write a letter to his one-year old son, a camera crew documented his decline in health in this moving and intimate film, I Am Breathing. To celebrate its global screening day, go to [a target="_blank" href="http://www.iambreathingfilm.com/events">http://www.iambreathingfilm.com/events[/a] to find where it’s showing near you.

2. Listen to... Kanye West

In the week that Kanye West became a father (of one we might add, not the world), why not have a little listen to his God-complex referencing new album, Yeezus. Amen to that.

Out now

3. Read... Revenge Wears Prada

Little did Lauren Weisberger know that when she penned her first novel, The Devil Wears Prada inspired by her time as Anna Wintour’s assistant at Vogue, it would become a global bestseller and be made into a blockbuster movie starring Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep. Ten years on comes the sequel, Revenge Wears Prada, where we find Andy happily working alongside her former nemesis Emily but have the pair really escaped the evil clutches of Miranda Priestly? What do you think?!

Out now

4. Watch... World War Z

Brad Pitt’s long awaited zombie movie hits cinemas in the UK today. Based on the 2006 novel by Max Brooks a retired United Nations employee travels the globe while battling a pandemic of flesh-eating monsters threatening the very existence of humanity. Brad Pitt saving the world – pass us the popcorn!

In cinemas now

5. Go to... a country house party

If the idea of squelching around a muddy field trying to get near the stage to see a band you sort of like is your idea of hell then why not pay a visit to [a target="_blank" href="http://www.wyndstock.com/">Wyndstock[/a]. Dubbed the ultimate anti-festival, this lavish country house party at Norfolk’s Houghton Hall begins in the daytime with literary talks, games on the lawn alongside afternoon tea and fizz (natch). The evening heats up with cocktails and a candlelit dinner followed by live music, DJ’s and dancing ‘til dawn at the secret bar in the woods. How very civilised!

21-23 June, Wyndstock, Houghton Hall, Norfolk


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