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Things to do today in London: Sunday November 10 2019

Things to do today in London: Sunday November 10 2019
Photograph: Gaby Harrison

It’s beginning to look a lot like the weekend. This Sunday is filled with all sorts of fun. Whether you’re after early festive feels at the Southbank Centre Winter Market or plant-based delights at the Portobello Vegan Sundays, your weekend is going to be a merry one. 

1. Southbank Centre Winter Market

Pick up festive food, winter drinks and gifts from the annual riverside market. Get a head start on your Christmas shopping or treat it as an excuse to eat, drink and be merry!
Southbank Centre. Waterloo tube. Until Jan 5 2020. Free entry. 

2. Tibet Film Festival 

Celebrate Tibet’s film scene at this fest which is expanding to London for the first time. All the films shown will champion Tibetan producers, directors and writers. See features and documentaries, and hear talks from special guests.
Various venues. Until 
Sun Nov 10. Free-£6. 

3. Portobello Vegan Sundays

Veg out on plant-based goodies from London’s top vegan traders at this weekly animal-free market. Oh, and a local live steel band will be there to bring the vibes. 
Acklam Village Market. Ladbroke Grove tube. Sun Nov 10. Free entry. 

4. Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair

Catch the last day of the UK’s biggest contemporary print fair. All kinds of printmaking will be covered including etching, lithography, woodblock and screen-printing.
Royal Arsenal
. Woolwich Arsenal rail. Until Sun Nov 10. £10, £8 concs.

5. Queer Fayre Hoxton

Have a gay old time shopping around for prints, zines, badges and fetish gear at this market stocked by queer designer-makers and allies. 
Colours Hoxton
. Old St tube. Sun Nov 10. £3.

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