It might seem like you've only just returned to work after the luxurious Bank Holiday at the start of May, but don't worry, there's not long to go until the next long weekend is upon us.

The late May Bank Holiday weekend is almost here, with a long weekend spanning Saturday May 28 to Monday May 30.

And in order to make the most of the lazy days and warm weather (fingers crossed!) we've rounded up the best events and ideas of things to do over the long weekend, so that you're never bored.

See a chilling new opera

4.48 Psychosis is a new opera by the British composer Philip Venables is an adaptation of a radical 20 Century play by British playwright Sarah Kane, who took her own life in 1999 at the age of 28.

Kane felt that 4.48 in the morning was a time of great clarity, when one's mind could realize its darkest thoughts.

This performance takes place on Saturday May 28. Tickets cost from £15 to £35.

The Lyric Theatre, King Street, Lyric Square, Hammersmith, W6 0QL - 020 8741 6850

Meet the otters at WWT London Wetland Centre

Meet a family of otters at the London Wetland Centre in Barnes!

Watch the otters playing, foraging, feeding, swimming, grooming and sleeping in their specially designed holt over the Bank Holiday weekend.

The otter feeding times are 11am and 2pm daily.

WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth's Walk, Barnes, SW13 9WT - 020 8409 4400

Hire a Boris Bike

Why not hire one of London's legendary Boris Bikes this bank holiday and cycle around your local area, taking in the sights?

The bikes cost £2 for 24-hour bike access, and the first 30 minutes of each journey is free. Longer journeys cost £2 for each extra 30 minutes (For under a tenner you can have the bike for two and a half hours).

Watch a hilarious adaptation of Sister Act!

The hilarious story of Deloris Van Cartier, a wannabe diva whose life takes a surprising turn when she witnesses a crime and the cops hide her in the last place anyone would think to look - a convent!

Under the suspicious watch of Mother Superior, Deloris helps her fellow sisters find their voices as she unexpectedly rediscovers her own.

This performance takes place on Saturday May 28. Tickets cost £17.

The Questor's Theatre, 12 Mattock Lane, Ealing, W5 5BQ - 020 8567 0011

Tour around central London on a bus

What better way to spend the Bank Holiday than by cruising around London and taking in all of the sights?

Get a glimpse of all the best parts of central and west London in a double-decker bus tour! Companies such as The Original Tour offer a trip around the best tourist destinations and landmarks.

The Original Tour, London. To book a tour, visit www.theoriginaltour.com.

See an interesting exhibition

There are plenty of amazing museums in west London, including the world-famous Natural History Museum and Science Museum, both in South Kensington.

The Natural History Museum currently holds a virtual reality Great Barrier Reef exhibition, narrated by the iconic voice of Sir David Attenborough. The exhibition costs £6.50 for adults, £4.50 for members and Patrons, and closes on Tuesday May 31.

The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW7 5BD - 020 7942 5511

Go trampolining

Oxygen Freejumping in Acton is 27,000sq-ft and offers hour-long freejumping sessions with access to dodgeball courts, air bags, 'walk the wall trampolines' and an obstacle course.

Oxygen also offers family bounce sessions, fitness classes, a professional trampolining academy for aspiring gymnasts, parkour classes, and Teen Takeovers which include two hours of strobe-lit bouncing with a live DJ.

With one day of extra free time this week, why not spend it bouncing until you drop?

Oxygen Freejumping, Unit 15, Vision Industrial Park, Kendal Avenue, Acton, W3 0AF - 0203 143 3943

See an amazing 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... Don't miss out!

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

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

Head to the cinema

Let's be realistic... It may well rain on the bank holiday. But with so many great films on at the moment, why not head to your nearest cinema and chill out with a great flick?

Below are the listings 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

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