5 Things To Do This Weekend... Watch This Is The End And Take Your Pick Of 3 Festivals

28 June 2013 by

1. Go to... Chorlton Coffee Festival

If you’re not joining the masses at Glasto this weekend but still fancy a bit of festival action, why not drop in on the inaugural Chorlton Coffee Festival? Over thirty local Manchester independents will be hosting events, masterclasses, tastings and fun workshops like ‘What the hell is café culture anyway?’ We’re not sure but a big injection of caffeine come the weekend is always welcome.

28-30 June, [a target="_blank" href="http://www.chorltoncoffeefestival.com%20">www.chorltoncoffeefestival.com [/a]

2. Watch... BBC's Glastonbury Highlights

If you didn’t manage to make it down to Castle Cary for some Glastonbury antics, tune in to the BBC’s coverage this weekend. As well as the incredible performances from the main stage, you’ll get exclusive backstage interviews and acoustic sets, all from the comfort of your own home. No wellies needed!

3. Go to... Leeds Waterfront Festival

And if that wasn’t enough festival action, Granary Wharf’s waterside haven plays host to Leeds Waterfront Festival this weekend too. From live music programmed by Leeds College of Music to canoeing lessons and walking on water, there are loads of fun activities to work up an appetite before sampling the local eateries.

29 and 30 June, [a target="_blank" href="http://www.leedswaterfrontfestival.com%20">www.leedswaterfrontfestival.com [/a]

4. Discover... New Music Talent Obenewa

Hot new London-based talent Obenewa has released a sneak preview of her [a target="_blank" href="http://www.soulculture.co.uk/music-blog/newmusic/sclusive-premiere-obenewa-make-believe-new-music/">beautiful EP, B[/a]. Poignant and emotional, her first single Make. Believe shows the true range of her soulful voice and we can’t wait to hear the rest of the album, released in July. Watch this space!

5. Watch... This Is The End

This Is The End is bonkers, irreverent but one of the most hilarious films you’ll see all year. Playing themselves, Seth Rogan, Michael Cera, Jonah Hill, Rihanna and Emma Watson (among others) head to a party at James Franco’s house. Then the apocalypse strikes and all hell breaks loose. Quite literally.

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