What To Do This Weekend 18.06.20 | SLMan
It’s Father’s Day on Sunday. There might be some restrictions on what you can do, but you can still honour your main man by firing up a grill or sitting down – at a suitable distance, of course – to listen to Bob Dylan’s latest. Here’s SLMan’s pick of the best things to do this weekend…

GET THE GRILL GOING: FIELD AND FLOWER BBQ BOXES

Field and Flower has launched BBQ subscription boxes just in time for Sunday. With premium cuts of free-range meat and sustainably sourced fish – all British, of course – the box is brimming with only the best produce. Think pork and fennel sausages, beef and chorizo burgers, and salmon skewers.
 
Visit FieldAndFlower.co.uk

 

BLOW HIS MIND WITH BOOZE: TWO BROOKS

Indie London drinks brand Two Brooks has a new range of hard seltzers that make an easy drinking addition to any socially distanced gathering. Coming in at 4% ABV, they are sparkling water with natural fruit flavours including Lime Cooler, Mango Hi-Ball and Passion Star. Enjoy the cans on their own or mix into a G&T for a tropical twist.
 
Visit TwoBrooks.co.uk

 

HOST YOUR OWN ROAST: HARWOOD ARMS DELIVERY

One of the nation’s very few Michelin-starred pubs, Fulham’s Harwood Arms is now delivering its legendary roasts to your door – if that door happens to be in Zones 1-6. A joint effort with Lake District Farmers, the roast box includes a juicy piece of sirloin, crispy roast potatoes, and a selection of veg and yorkshire puddings. Boxes can serve two or four. 
 
Visit LakeDistrictFarmers.co.uk

 

SETTLE IN FOR SOME COMEDY: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE AT THE STAND

In normal circumstances, The Stand runs venues in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle. Right now, it’s hosting live stand-up events online every Saturday. Streamed on YouTube, they feature local acts as well as videos and interviews with some famous faces. Free to stream, this Saturday’s gig starts at 8.30pm, with donations welcome to support the venues.
 
Visit TheStand.co.uk

 

TRY TRX ONLINE: EQUILIBRIUM

Equilibrium is an online gym specialising in TRX. Personal trainers Niko and Jay run weekly classes via a private link on Instagram. Every Saturday at 10am they will lead you through a fast, effective total body workout designed to tone and strengthen. Each class costs £10.
 
Follow @WeAreEquilibrium

 

PICK UP A PAGE-TURNER: DEVOLUTION BY MAX BROOKS

The latest novel from the bestselling author of World War Z is part survival tale, part horror story. Devolution is set in the eco-community of Greenloop, which suffered nature’s wrath when ivolcanic Mount Rainier erupted, leaving its inhabitants cut off from the world. Max Brooks’s gory new tale tells the story of one resident’s fight for survival.
 
Visit Waterstones.com

 

CHECK OUT AN EXHIBITION: BP PORTRAIT AWARD 2020

In partnership with the National Portrait Gallery, this online exhibition showcases 48 stunning portraits shortlisted from nearly 2,000 works submitted by artists around the world. Visit the virtual gallery space to view the runners-up and award winners, all of which sit alongside information plaques that help you explore the work in more detail.
 
Visit NPG.org.uk

 

GET TO KNOW A LOST ALBUM: HOMEGROWN BY NEIL YOUNG

Homegrown is a ‘new’ album from the 70s by folk-rock legend Neil Young. Dropping this Friday, it includes five tracks that found homes on some of Young’s other LPs, while seven remaining songs were unreleased until now. Showcasing Young at his finest, and perhaps most vulnerable, this is a must listen.
 
Visit NeilYoungArchives.com

 

ENJOY A CLASSIC WITH A TWIST: THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD

Based on Charles Dickens’s David Copperfield, this comedy-drama was a standout film of 2019. Now it’s on Curzon Home Cinema, you can stream it in the comfort of your own home. Starring some of the biggest names in British film – Dev Patel, Hugh Laurie and Tilda Swinton – and directed by Armando Iannucci, this is an entertaining, fun adaptation.
 
Visit CurzonHomeCinema.com

 

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LISTEN TO A LEGEND: ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS BY BOB DYLAN

Another dad-friendly LP for the weekend, Bob Dylan’s Rough and Rowdy Ways is out on Friday. The great man’s first album of original songs since 2012, it promises soulful, blues-style tracks and bleakly beautiful lyrics. Already out as a single, Murder Most Foul is a remarkable 17-minute track filled with melancholic piano melodies and soft violins.
 
Visit BobDylan.com

 

ENJOY AN AFTERNOON OUT: GREENWICH MARKET

Closed since March, Greenwich Market has just reopened to the public. Following social-distancing guidelines, it is open Thursday to Sunday, operating on a one-way system. Head there for the hot and cold food vendors that are returning to the much-loved Fry’s Court, such as The Oyster Brothers, a favourite for seafood, and Andes, which sells freshly made empanadas.  
 
Visit GreenwichMarket.london

 

CELEBRATE THE OLD MAN: DADS

A Father’s Day special on Apple TV, Dads is a documentary that celebrates the ups and downs of fatherhood. Featuring home footage of dads from around the world, as well as interviews with celebrity fathers such as Jimmy Fallon and Will Smith, it is also the directorial debut of actress Bryce Dallas Howard, whose own dad happens to be Oscar-winning director Ron Howard.
 
Visit Apple.com

 

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