From 10-hour parties to a virtual tour of Chernobyl, Frankie Rudland is back to help you find your perfect type of entertainment for this weekend. Check out our top five events happening in the UK below!
Christchurch Spring Market
Friday 23rd April – Sunday 25th April
9:00am – 5:00pm
Celebrate the beauty of Spring by slowly stepping back into normality at Christchurch’s market. This unique market offers revellers the chance to browse locally produced clothing, crafts and groceries, as well as tucking into some mouth-watering street food. With the sun currently shining in the UK, there is no time like the present to get out and explore what this gem has to offer.
Virtual Tour of Chernobyl
Saturday 24th April
Visit the chilling streets of mankind’s greatest ever nuclear disaster, with Ukrainian native Olya Romanitska who’s explored the site over 100 times your tour guide. Hosted via a webinar, this mind-boggling experience offers you the chance to learn more about Chernobyl and the events that unfolded on that fateful night from the safety of your own living room. What are you waiting for? This is not one to be missed.
Get your tickets here: billetto.co.uk/e/webinar-chernobyl-virtual-tour-tickets-521672
Monet: Paintings of Giverny – Livestream Programme
Sunday 25th April
Join founder of the Washington, D.C History and Culture Society Robert Kelleman as he guides you through the impressionist works of French artist Claude Monet. In this soul-soothing experience you’ll be learning more about Monet’s life in Giverny, which saw him produce seminal paintings of gardens, flowers, water lilies, poplars, haystacks, and more. If it’s a dose of culture you’re after this weekend, then this one is for you.
Get your free ticket here: https://DCHistoryAndCulture.Eventbrite.com
Earth Night 2021
Sunday 25th April
1:00pm – 11:00pm
If art isn’t your thing, then how about a 10-hour live stream of incredible DJ’s, all for a good cause? DJs for Climate Action are back, and they’ve teamed up with Greenpeace to deliver back-to-back sets from across the world, all with the common goal of finding solutions for climate change. There will also be four panel discussions about why the music scene matters in the climate movement, as well as showcases of innovative global projects. Get your raving gear on and make a difference!
Sign up here: djs4ca.com