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BLOOD: Today’s opportunities to donate blood are at Brewers Hall in The City, Asda in Charlton and Walthamstow Assembly Hall. Free, see site for terms and conditions
SPACE FESTIVAL: Beyond Earth, the Science Museum’s weekend festival all about space begins today, with activities and talks aimed at all ages. Free, just turn up, until Sunday
FILM FESTIVAL: UCLU presents the Festival of the Moving Image 2014. The three-day festival has a rich program of screenings and talks. Free, until 9 March
BOXING PLAY: A rehearsed reading of boxing-themed play, GLOW, takes place at Rich Mix this afternoon, as part of the Aura Of Boxing exhibition. Free, prebook, 4pm
FREE TASTING: Dirty Dicks pub on Bishopsgate celebrates its 200th anniversary with music and, even better, free food and its new stout — while stocks last, of course. Free, just turn up, from 5pm
DESIGN LATE: The Design Museum stays open late for Tailor Made, an evening looking at today’s tailored man, with live music by DJ Laura Fares, a panel discussion about the future of men’s fashion, film screenings and a bespoke gin tasting. £14.85, prebook, 6.30pm
MUSEUM LATES: Several other museums are also open late tonight. See in the weekend with a spot of culture at the British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, or National Portrait Gallery. Free, check websites for closing times and events
MOUNTAINEERING FUN: The Royal Geographic Society hosts An Evening With Andy Cave, world famous mountaineer and award-winning author. Following a screening of new mountaineering film Distilled, a Q&A session and book signing will take place. £15, prebook, 7pm
MUSIC: Take your vinyls and bring them to the Kings Head pub, join the Crouch End Record Club and play your favourite music in their historical basement. Free, just turn up, 8pm
Good Cause of the Day
This Sunday, Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston host a music and entertainment evening in aid of The Disability Foundation. Music is provided courtesy of local singer songwriter Jones, who is releasing his new EP on the night. Spoken word poetry and a raffle also form part of the evening. £12/£15+bf, prebook, 6.30pm
London Connection Puzzle
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From the Archive
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