The Spring Bank Holiday is here, with the long weekend falling from Saturday May 28 to Monday May 30.

And although many of you will be getting excited to have an extra day off work, or firing up the barbecue, there's another underrated pleasure in the bank holiday: a guilt-free late one on Sunday night!

Without the pressure of getting to work the next day, you can enjoy your Sunday night with no worries. Here's our pick of things to stay up late for!

Stay up late and enjoy some TV

With a whole extra day on Monday to lounge around in bed, why not turn on the telly, microwave some popcorn and stay up late to watch a great film or TV show?

Law Abiding Citizen is on Film Four from 11.20pm; Later - With Jools Holland comes at 11.45pm (BBC Two); and drama Grosse Pointe Blank hits screens at 11.40pm (BBC One).

Watch Fetty Wap performing live

Fetty Wap's infectious single Trap Queen catapulted the rapper to fame in 2015, and now you can see him live in Hammersmith.

Don't miss out on the chance to see Fetty Wap performing his debut album at the Eventim Apollo, and you can even have a few drinks too.

This event takes place on Sunday May 29 at 7pm. Tickets cost from £33.50.

Eventim Apollo, 45 Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, W6 9QH - 020 8563 3800

Head to the cinema

What better way to spend the Bank Holiday Sunday than kicking back and watching a brilliant new film?

Below are the details for every Vue cinema in west London.

Acton: Vue Acton, Royale Leisure Park, Western Avenue, Park Royal South, Acton, W3 0PA - 08712 240 240

Fulham: Vue Fulham Broadway, Fulham Broadway Retail Centre, Fulham Road, Fulham, SW6 1BW - 08712 240 240

Harrow: Vue Harrow, St George's Shopping and Leisure Centre, St Anne's Road, Harrow, HA1 1HS - 08712 240 240

Shepherd's Bush: Vue Shepherds Bush, West 12 Shopping and Leisure Centre, Shepherds Bush Green, Shepherd's Bush, W12 8PP - 08712 240 240

Westfield: Vue Westfield London, Westfield Shopping Town, White City, W12 7GF - 08712 240 240

See a brilliant Buddy Holly tribute act

See one of the world's finest Buddy Holly tribute acts, as Buddy Holly and the Cricketers come to Richmond Theatre to play top hits.

This show has toured to audiences across the globe from Cardiff to California, playing all the best songs, including Everyday, Peggy Sue, and You're So Square.

This event takes place on Sunday May 29 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost from £21.40.

Richmond Theatre, Little Green, Richmond, TW9 1QJ - 0844 871 7651

See a scandalous drama in Chelsea

Based on the true story of the last man to stand trial for blasphemy in England, A Subject Of Scandal And Concern by John Osbourne was originally written for television in 1960.

George Jacob Holyoake is a poor young teacher in 1841, making his way to Bristol to visit a friend who has been imprisoned for publishing a journal that criticises the establishment. When he makes a stop in Cheltenham to address a lecture, his life will change forever....

This event will take place on Sunday May 29 at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £18 for adults, £16 for concessions.

Finborough Theatre, 118 Finborough Road, Chelsea, SW10 9ED - 0844 847 1652

Try your hand at one of our quizzes

Why not stay up late and take on one of getwestlondon's tough quizzes?

Quiz: How well do you know the London Underground?

Quiz: How much do you know about west London?

Quiz: Can you guess these west London parks?

Watch the whole of Beyoncé's Lemonade

Beyoncé is coming to Wembley Stadium this July for her Formation World Tour, so now is as good a time as any to watch the whole of her incredible new visual album Lemonade, and try to learn all the lyrics before she comes to west London.

You can stream Lemonade on Tidal.

Discover India's alternative music scene

Discover sounds straight from the heart of the alternative music scene in India at the Southbank Centre. Delhi-based culture magazine Wild City presents a night of live and electronic music that disrupts the clichés.

The music evening features Peter Cat Recording Co., BLOT!, Lifafa, _RHL, and more!

This event will take place on Sunday May 29 from 8pm. Tickets cost £10.

Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX - 020 7960 4200

Enjoy a stunning night's sky

The sky is set to look pretty special during May and June 2016, so why not head outside and use your late night to gaze at the stars?

Jupiter and Saturn are supposed to be especially bright from late May to early June so dust off that telescope.

Fancy getting outside? Here's 100 things to do outdoors in west London.