What To Do This Weekend: Visit The Loughran Gallery Pop-Up And Watch Spring Breakers
1. Visit... The Loughran Gallery Pop-Up
You might have heard that a pop-up gallery opened in Shoreditch this week displaying works by Damien Hirst, Dave White and Marc Quinn. You know, the one where Harry Styles joined McFly at the launch. No? Well, hurry down because its only here until Sunday. The Loughran Gallery aims to make art available to everyone in a relaxed and fun environment. And if there's a possibility of bumping into Harry Styles while you're at it then even better.
[a target="_blank" href="http://www.loughrangallery.co.uk/">Loughran Gallery[/a], Redchurch Street, London.
2. Watch... Spring Breakers
We are beyond envious of the kids in this movie. Spring has definitely not yet sprung here (it snowed yesterday WTF?!) and we are not on a break of any kind. Except the one with our gym which we will revisit soon, promise! Epitomising good girls gone bad, check out Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens going wild alongside James Franco's drug dealer in Spring Breakers. Gross teeth though.
In cinemas now
3. Read... Running Like A Girl
If this dismal weather has dispelled any enthusiasm for a fitness regime then you need to pick up a copy of Alexandra Heminsley's new book Running Like A Girl. Then pick up your trainers, put them on, and exit the front door. Run, Forest. RUN!
[a target="_self" href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Running-Like-Girl-Alexandra-Heminsley/dp/0091944368/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1365182633&sr=8-1&keywords=running+like+a+girl">Running Like A Girl [/a]is out now
4. Watch... Silver Linings Playbook
If you missed your chance to see Jennifer Lawrence's Oscar winning performance the first time round then here's your chance. Silver Linings Playbook is now out on DVD so you can totally recreate Brad and Jen's dance routine in the comfort of your own living room.
5. Get ready to rock with Marshall Amps
Hanwell’s Hootie music festival pays tribute to the man behind Marshall Amps, ‘Father of Loud’ Jim Marshall. The event takes place on Saturday 6th April 2013 and celebrates the brand’s rich heritage as well as the town’s vibrant music scene. There’ll be live music from 13 bands playing across three venues between 5pm and 11pm including The Royal Victoria, the Prince of Wales and The Inn on the Green. There will also be ‘fringe’ music activities in most of the pubs around Hanwell including Ryan’s Bar, The Kings Arms, Lavins, The Duke of York and The Fox. To find out about the Hootie, visit [a target="_blank" href="https://www.facebook.com/TheHanwellHootie">www.facebook.com/TheHanwellHootie[/a]