Save the dateThis is what you should be doing with your time in November.
Catch some Eyre
Following the August release of her debut album, Feline, 21-year-old singer-songwriter Ella Eyre is going out on the road with a whistlestop tour of the UK – starting at Southampton’s O2 Guildhall, then stopping off in Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow, London and Birmingham along the way. Having supported Olly Murs on his arena tour earlier this year, this is her first string of dates as a headliner. See the London-born songstress showcase her powerful vocals with performances of recent hits including Gravity (with DJ Fresh) and Together – and maybe invite along a few special guests, too.
Lords of the ring
The electrifying sports entertainment spectacle that is WWE returns to the UK and Ireland for 11 days of slams, suplexes and gloriously OTT slanging matches, kicking off at the 3Arena in Dublin. The show will be packed full of WWE ‘Superstars’, including local hero Sheamus, who’ll be performing punishing moves such as the ‘Irish Curse Backbreaker’ and his signature finisher, ‘White Noise’ (see picture above). The tour will then stop off at several major cities before finishing at, erm, Butlins in Minehead. Wrestlers vs Redcoats? Count us in…
Battersea Park, London
Visit the Alps without having to get on a plane. Head along to four-day extravaganza The Telegraph Ski And Snowboard Show 2015 to see pro riders perform on a centrepiece 50ft real-snow kicker, affectionately named ‘Mount Battersea’. You’ll also find plenty of Austrian delicacies, mulled wine and live entertainment to make you feel like you’re on the slopes.
Finishing the FIA World Rally Championship for another year, the muddy forest stages of the Wales Rally GB provide one of the series’ most gruelling challenges. This year’s event celebrates the 20th anniversary of legendary driver Colin McRae winning his first championship, while GB’s new bright light, M-Sport team leader Elfyn Evans, will be hoping to make good use of his local knowledge to end his year in style.
After well-received screenings at this year’s Sundance and FrightFest festivals, video director Corin Hardy is ready to unleash his terrifying debut feature film, The Hallow, on the general public. This jumpy horror follows a young family beset by woodland demons in the depths of rural Ireland and is all the more impressive for its ingenious effects and lack of CGI. Be afraid.