5 Cheap Things To Do This Weekend In London, Manchester, Brighton And The Rest Of The UK: May 20, 21st & 22nd

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Cheap Things To Do This Weekend In London, Manchester, Brighton And The Rest Of The UK: May 20, 21st & 22nd

by Jess Commons |

1. Say Nam'aste At The Om Yoga Show In Manchester

The Om Yoga Show is now the biggest gathering of yogis in Europe and happens in Manchester, London and Glasgow. This weekend, it's in Manchester and there's like, a zillion things on offer if you're into bending and stretching like nobody's business. There's free classes on offer, workshops, a whole bunch of merch to buy and information about other things to help you live the 'yogic' lifestyle. Nam'aste mate.

2. Cycle Harder, Better, Stronger, Faster At Spin In London

Are you a cyclist brave enough to tackle the mean streets of London? We salute you dear girl. This weekend, away from honking cars and trucks, there's a festival just for you in East London's Truman Brewery. Expect workshops, demonstrations, presentations of new bikes and products and even a comedy show about Lance Armstrong. Sure.


Spin London, 20-22 May. More info here.

3. Go Vegan At VegFest In Bristol

Ignore the truly tough to look at website for Vegfest this weekend in Bristol and instead take yourself down to Waterfront Square to find out what it means to go full vegan. While there, enjoy music, food, workshops and demomstations. Plus, find out about alternatives to dairy, meat and egg based meals that aren't rubbish.


Vegfest Bristol, May 21s & 22nd. More info here.

4. Go And Have A Dance With The Lovely Laura Mvula

Laura Mvula's back with a cool new album and a nifty lipstick trick that involves painting a stripe on her lips. It looks wicked. She is wicked. Anyways, do a girl a favour and go and catch her at this the end of her tour in Gateshead, Birmingham and Norwich. Tickets are only £17.


Laura Mvula UK tour. More info here.

5. Head To A Veggie Pop Up Supperclub in Brighton

Isn't Baked Bean just the most lovely name for a vegetarian food party? Set in Cafe Rust, Baked Bean is the first in a series of 'informal, pop-up dining experiences' organised by cooks Matty Bowling and Joe Crocker who work at posh veggie restaurant Terre A Terre. It's £34 but they promise a 'feast'.


Baked Bean, Cafe Rust, Brighton May 20th & 21st

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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