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Things to do today in London: Monday September 30 2019

By Things To Do Editors
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Don’t let the bad Monday vibes weigh you down! Give yourself something to look forward to after work at these five brilliant things to do today in London.

1. Urban Food Fortnight

 Get yourself down to one of the ace foodie events happening all across London – including foraging walks and kombucha workshops – or try special menus from London’s eateries for the final days of Urban Food Fortnight. Various London locations. Find details for Monday’s events here. 

2. ‘American Psycho’ at The Prince Charles

Are you feeling lethal? Catch a special 16mm screening of director Mary Harron’s terrifying ‘American Psycho’ straight from the projector of The Prince Charles Cinema. You’ll be listening to Phil Collins for days. The Prince Charles Cinema. Tube: Leicester Square. £12.50. 

3. ‘Faith, Hope and Charity’

Watch Alexander Zeldin’s third National Theatre play ‘Faith, Hope and Charity’, a beautiful and bittersweet drama about people trying their best. National Theatre, Dorfman. Tube: Waterloo. Until Oct 12. £15-£56.

4. ‘Tim Walker: Wonderful Things’

Make time for the fantastical, magical fashion photography of Tim Walker at the V&A, so good that our reviewer gave it a full five stars. ‘It’s like he saw the signpost to whimsy on the yellow brick road and gleefully tore off laughing into the deep, dark wood..’ V&A. Tube: South Kensington. £15.

5. How to Avert a Climate Catastrophe

Hear from the experts about what we can do to combat climate change with this lecture at the Museum of London. Professor Vicky Pope will discuss the challenges of climate modelling and reduction of emissions, Dr Damien Short will talk about why we need to legislate against Ecocide and Professor Geoffrey Beattie will discuss the psychology that stops us from taking action.
Museum of London. Tube: Barbican. Free, just turn up. 

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