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Shoreditch's Old Truman Brewery hosts two design shows over four days with hundreds of stalls and exhibits from Tent and Super Brands. £11.20/£7, prebook, 10am
Go exploring less well known bits of Nunhead from the library to Honor Oak with CoolTan Arts' Cool Walks. Discover the area's myths, legends and tall tales. Wear comfy shoes. Free, just turn up, 12.30pm
RADIO TIMES FESTIVAL:
Delve into the Great British institution that is the Radio Times, from adverts to covers to footage, at the Radio Times Festival's BFI Session at Hampton Court Palace. £10.95/£6.95, prebook, 4.30pm
The Pancakes & Booze Art Show does what it says on the tin. From sculpture to live body painting, enjoy the artistic offerings more with all-you-can-eat pancakes. £5, just turn up, 6.30pm
Hear the broadcaster, writer and pop-historian talk about his new book We British: The Poetry of a People at Write On Kew. Ticket includes entry to the gardens. £18, prebook, 7pm
Shorts On Tap screens a series of short films themed around transgression under the banner Road To Perdition at Cafe 1001 in Brick Lane. £4.50, prebook (or £5 on door). 7pm
The Design Museum hosts the launch of the second edition of the Eighty-Eight — 'an occasional magazine for the adventurious thinker' — with an improvised performance from Jamie Cullum and Beardyman. Also panel discussion. £30, prebook, 7.15pm
JAZZ ON A BOAT:
Not just any old boat, but The Golden Hinde. Listen to live jazz from the Alex Haines Trio and the Rick Simpson Klammer sextet and sip cocktails in Sir Francis Drake's private cabin. £8, prebook, 7.30pm
THE BUNKER TRILOGY:
See Morgana, inspired by Arthurian legend, the first of three plays about the first world war at Stratford Circus. Agamemnon and Macbeth follow. Dates until 3 October. £14/£8, prebook, 7.45pm
See the Scottish play from the Wyrd Sisters's perspective with Immersity at the Canning Town Caravanserai. Arrive early to absorb the supernatural set. Banquet option available. £12/£10, prebook, 8pm
Amsterdam Express, screened as part of the 23rd Raindance Film Festival, brings Balkan crime drama to Piccadilly. £12.75, prebook, 8.40pm
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Good cause of the day
Non-profit Food of War launches in the UK today with a show exploring the way we eat, the way we fight and how they're connected. See photographs from the Ukraine, sugar cane paintings from Colombia and more in Dalston until 30 September. Free, just turn up, 7pm
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