No plans for the weekend? All dressed up with no place to go? ELLE has your FOMO fears covered with our cultural round-up of everything you should be doing this weekend...
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EXHIBITION: Chris Stein/Negative – Me, Blondie And The Advent Of Punk
The East Wing of Somerset House will be awash with 40 years of music history as electro duo Blondie celebrates four decades since graduating from New York’s downtown punk community to global stardom.
Coinciding with a book of the same name, Chris Stein’s Me, Blondie And The Advent Of Punk showcases previously unseen pictures of Deborah Harry and a host of recognisable punk darlings of the Seventies and Eighties in their heyday.
somersethouse.org.uk, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA
GOING OUT: Halloween Raveyard
The Vaults at Waterloo relive their shaded history as a grizzly morgue facility in reaction to severe overcrowding at London’s graveyards in the 1850s at Halloween Raveyard’s fancy-dress spectacular.
Think the Northern Line is bad? Wait until you experience the full horror of this former train station as it’s transformed into a ghoulish party extravaganza, with plenty of scares around every corner.
the-vaults.org, The Vaults, Leake Street, SE1 7NN