There are thousands of things to do in London every day, taking place in weird, wonderful and gorgeous venues across the capital. To make your choice of what to do today a little easier, we've picked our favourite things to get you started. If you're looking for things to do this weekend too, check out our guides to what's on in London this Friday, this Saturday and this Sunday. Planning even further ahead? Here's all the great things going on in London each month.
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See tiny planes, trains and automobiles at this convention dedicated to all manner of transport models. Look out for some James Bond memorabilia on show too.
Calling all vehicle enthusiasts. See bigger wheels at the London Transport Museum.
See this newly released, powerful biopic based on Franz Jägerstätter, an Austrian farmer who refused to fight for the Nazis in World War II, directed by the legendary Terrence Malick.
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A vocal warm-up and hand-jive class kick off this screening, so you can be on full rock ’n’ roll form to sing along to the teen musical’s enduring hits. Peachy keen? arrive in your best T-Bird or Pink Lady get up and make use of the free interactive prop bag you'll be given when you arrive.
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Laying off the sauce? Head to this bar from east London soda maker Square Root. Have a bubbly ’ol time on sours, spritzes and hot toddies – all completely booze-free.
Raise a glass to London’s best alcohol-free cocktails.
Catch this real-life death-row drama starring Michael B Jordan and Jamie Foxx. It’s a timely watch that argues passionately for justice. community and kindness.
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In need of a good Friday night dinner? Head to this Greek bistro and casual spin-off of Mazi, next door. Great food, charming service and a buzzy atmosphere, Suzi Tros has the lot.
Gorge at the city’s best Greek restaurants.
Nab one of the last few tickets for Tom Basden’s show. You might know him as the writer of ITV2's ‘Plebs’ and Channel 4’s ‘Fresh Meat’. This is his first live show in yonks.
Roll on the floor laughing at this month’s best comedy shows in London.
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