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Things to do in London this Saturday

Enjoy the best day (and night) of the week with our guide to Saturday fun in London

Saturday: a day of the week so uniquely brilliant that Elton John, Nick Drake and, uh, Whigfield all wrote songs about it. Whether you plan to spend yours dancing, drinking, shopping or broadening your cultural horizons, we've got you covered with our pick of the day's best events.

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Hackney Flea Market Pop-Up

To coincide with this year’s Chatsworth Road Festival, Hackney Flea market brings its eclectic selection of vintage finds, handmade goodies and antique odds-and-ends to Homerton’s Chats Palace Arts Centre.

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Chats Palace, Homerton Saturday September 5 2015
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Grillstock

Grillstock will be bringing the hunger-inducing, hip-shaking combination to Walthamstow this Saturday. The weekend will host a line-up of more than 25 bands and DJs as well as a low and slow BBQ competition, hot-dog eating competition and heaps of pit-smoked meat to chow down on.

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Chestnuts Field, Walthamstow Saturday September 5 2015 - Sunday September 6 2015
3

Lemlem Kitchen

Few street-food stones are left unturned in London these days, with South American snacks in surplus and Asian buns in, um, abundance. While gems from the African continent still feel overlooked, the warm and subtle spices of Eritrea get a loving street food shakeup at Lemlem Kitchen in Netil Market.

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South Hackney
4

Elrow

Critics' choice

Colourful, confetti-drenched party Elrow has already proved a huge hit in Ibiza, Cape Town and Madrid, where revellers loved its carnival atmosphere and top DJs spinning party-focused house and techno. Now, after a hugely successful London show earlier in the year and a stage at Lovebox, Elrow is returning to storm London once again, as part of a UK tour.

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Studio 338, Greenwich Peninsula Saturday September 5 2015 - Sunday September 6 2015
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RA Lates: Enchanted Cosmos

This RA Late event brings together a bevy of magic and science themed entertainment inspired by Joseph Cornell's obsession with theatrical performance and the allure of an infinite cosmos.

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Royal Academy of Arts, Mayfair Saturday September 5 2015
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45 Years

Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay play a couple dealing with the past in this powerful, brilliant British drama

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Now Showing

Mistress America

Greta Gerwig shines in this flawless comedy about a uni student and her new, cool step-sister

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Trainwreck

American comedian Amy Schumer makes her leading-lady debut with this hilarious bad-taste comedy

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The Wolfpack

This remarkable doc follows six brothers who spent their lives confined to a New York apartment

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