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Ever wondered how much of London the Royal Family owns? We did too, so we put together this map (may cause bitterness if you're struggling to get onto the property ladder).
Things To Do
MARITIME LECTURE: It's the final event in National Maritime Museum's series of Maritime lectures. Filmmaker Jessica Sarah Rinland, presents This Is Where I Come From, an illustrated essay which explores humans' relationships with whales, trees and the sublime wilderness. £8, prebook, 11am
BEHIND THE SCENES: Laura Mclaws Helms and Dennis Nothdruft, curators of the Fashion and Textile Museum's current Thea Porter exhibition talk about the process of curating the exhibition and give an insight into how they sourced some of the garments on display. £15/£12, prebook, 6pm
BROMLEY ON FILM: London's Screen Archives (the organisation behind the Kinovan which is currently touring London boroughs) brings a special screening of archive footage to Bromley Central Library, showing footage from the last century and looking at how the area has changed. Free, prebook, 6pm
WOMEN AND WITCHES: The Courtauld Gallery in Somerset House hosts the first of two late night openings, giving visitors a chance to explore the collection after hours, including the current exhibition Goya: The Witches and Old Women Album. Expect performance poetry, mime and cabaret drawing on the themes of superstition, witchcraft, dreams and desire, talks, live music, and a bar. £8.50, prebook, 6.30pm
DYLAN THOMAS: The new book, Dylan Thomas and the Bohemians: The Photographs of Nora Summers is under discussion at private members' club Library in Covent Garden. Guests include the book's co-authors: Thomas expert Jeff Towns, and Nora Summers' grandson and his wife. £9.45, prebook, 6.30pm
ANDREW MARR: Political journalist and broadcaster Andrew Marr joins the Wapping Project's Skylight Soiree in Mayfair. He's in conversation with Erica Wagner, about his political thriller book, Head of State, published last year. £10, prebook, 7pm
JAZZ SHIP: Climb aboard the Golden Hinde replica on the Southbank and enjoy Jazz Nursery, a monthly musical takeover with great musicians playing the best in grassroots jazz. £10/£5, prebook, 7.30pm
ROCK'N'ROLL CIRCUS: 21st Century rock 'n roll band Montecristos celebrate the release of their debut album Born to Rock 'n' Roll with an extravaganza of thrills, spills, magic and music at Wilton's Music Hall. 18+. £12.50/£15, prebook, 7.30pm
AUTHOR SHOWCASE: Authors Catherine Chanter and Sara Taylor will talk about their debut novels with Louisa Joyner, editorial director of Canongate at Dulwich Books. Find out more about the books here. £6, prebook, 7.30pm
Good Cause of the Day
Book tickets now for We Love Immigration, a comedy benefit at Bloomsbury Theatre on Monday 30 March. A month before the general election the comedy world celebrates the fantastic impact immigration has had on the British Comedy industry. Performances from Nish Kumar, Mike Wozniak and Bec Hill, among others. Proceeds to the Migrants Rights Network.
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