Finish your weekend in style with our guide to the best entertainment, events and places to go in London this Sunday, featuring an array of fantastic ideas that show the city at its best on this day of rest.
The Seething Lane branch of The Draft House has an absolutely massive HD screen, which makes it a most worthy candidate for spending the wee small hours of the morning watching an absolutely massive sporting event live from across the pond. This screening of the Super Bowl will be preceded by live music and accompanied by a free pint of something delicious from the Lagunitas Brewing Company (for those who book their ticket in advance). Suitably greasy but tempting snacks will be available all night, and the bar will stay open until 4.30am. Booking recommended.Read more
The annual service in which around 60 clowns, dressed in full costume, gather to honour the king of the clowns, Joseph Grimaldi (1778-1837), will this year take place in the All Saints Church in Haggerston. This temporary venue is larger than their usual haunt but it's still best to arrive early – many Grimaldi fans and clown admirers usually show, too, up so the pews will no doubt be packed.Read more
Global beats maestro and generally ace selector Gilles Peterson brings his thoroughly eclectic record bag to the popular Islington party pub to play a special 'bag full of 7s set' – in other words he'll be playing only 7-inch vinyl. Expect anything from disco to house to jazz to Afrobeat to dub at this show, hosted by Red Bull Music Academy. Also busting out eclectic grooves will be Throwing Snow, who specialises in atmospheric electronica layered with chunky hip hop-ish beats.Read more
A chilling new 10k will take over the streets of central London this winter as participants raise money for Cancer Research UK by dashing through wintry zones and past some of London's most iconic attractions. Runners will pass through an ice tunnel and be blasted in snow zones as well as being greeted with polar bear hugs in the end of the route.Read more
The world of dolls' houses may be small, but more than 80 of its biggest talents from all over the world will display their tiny works of art at this one-day annual festival. Admire miniature furniture and accessories as well as the houses themselves, and buy materials for diminiutive DIY. A children's craft club takes place at 2pm.Read more