Activities to Make this Bank Holiday the Best Ever
It’s the bank holiday weekend. WOO! Still not got any plans? No worries. We’ve rounded up some of the best activities to make sure you make the most of your extra day off!
For the indecisive:
Brighton Festival is an annual celebration of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film, literature, debate, outdoor and family events. It’s the perfect bank holiday outing if you want to try… well a little bit of everything whilst also being able to dip your toes in the sea and soak up the sunshine, fingers crossed.
For the thrill-seeker:
If you’re in the mood for an adrenaline filled weekend, then get your butt down to Alton Towers for a whole lotta fun. Take a ride on their new Galactica rollercoaster which uses cutting edge Virtual Reality so you “fly” through space. Forget all those years of training, you can now live out all your astronaut fantasies without the hassle! Psstt...we got up to 50% off tickets for students.
For the just plain bonkers:
What better way to spend this Monday than watching a load of people run down a very steep hill to grab a wheel of cheese? Nothing. Literally, nothing. There will be falls, there will be injuries, but it’ll all be worth it when one person wins that giant wheel of cheese. If you’re about on Monday, May 30 at midday, make your way to Cooper’s Hill in Gloucestershire for this brilliant occasion.
For the curious mind:
London’s Southbank Centre will be jam-packed full of delicious food, vibrant performances, workshops and exhibitions this weekend. The festival celebrates the relationship between the UK and the Indian subcontinents. It’s always a fantastically fun showcasing the best of dance, music, theatre, design, fashion, comedy and literature from the UK and South Asia.
For the foodie:
The courtyard of Shoreditch’s Red Gallery is hosting this huge outdoor pop-up with street food, music and wait for it… Crazy Golf. Hell yeah! Food highlights include the mouthwateringly tasty Yeah Burger, Le Bao and Crabbie Shack. So, get on down to East London if you want to eat all the things.