Things To Do In London: Tuesday 22 March 2016

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Things to do today:

NETIL MARKET: Who says hammocks are just for holidays? Get comfy in your own at Netil Market's Easter haven — an indoor space packed with events, creative demos and safe spaces for children to play. Head east and put your feet up this Tuesday as part of Find Your London Festival. Free, just turn up, 11am-6pm (Sponsored listing)

DAVID BOWIE TOUR: The Man Who Fell To Earth got his start on Soho's streets, so take a tour with Alison and explore all his past haunts, including where the Ziggy Stardust album cover was snapped, where he played his first London gig and the studio where he recorded some of his best-loved songs. £12, prebook, 3pm

GORGEOUS GARDENS: Got a query about a catcus? Troubles with a trellis? Drop into Bernie Spain Gardens and put your problem to a panel of experts. Email your question in advance or just pop by, grab a glass of wine and enjoy this chat about all things gardening. Free, just drop in, 5.30pm

Weave some Easter magic in the kitchen with creATE. Image: P1ay

CREATE EASTER: creATE some scrumptious Easter food this Tuesday in Hammersmith. Design and make your own dishes, with warming spices and seasonal ingredients. Get involved in blind tasting, flavour combining and mix food with art through a series of creative tasks. Tasty and artistic. £50, prebook, 6.30pm

COMEDY GROTTO: No Santa here — instead there's enough silliness to keep you giggling all week. Tonight's comic offerings at The Star Of Kings include Sarah Kendall, Ed Aczel, Fin Taylor and loads more funny folk. You're even helping UNHCR's Syria Appeal just by having a laugh. Free (donate what you like), just turn up, 7.45pm

MOVIE NIGHT: Large screen, leather sofas, free popcorn and wine — the long weekend just came early at The Pack And Carriage's movie night. Vote for your favourite films from Singing In The Rain, Vertigo, The Searchers and 2001: A Space Odyssey; the two with the most votes get screened. £12/£15, prebook, 7pm

SPIRITED SERMON: Get evangelical about gin at Reverend J W Simpson's Best of British Gin sermon. Tickets include a "tasting flight" and three cocktails. £30, prebook, 8.30pm  

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Good cause of the day

Beautiful songs and captivating music fill Union Chapel this evening in aid of Maes Therapy, a hands-on treatment centre for children with movement disorders. Enjoy the sweet sounds of Italian singer Gioel as she presents Lonely Town — Italian-language covers of English hits. £20, prebook, 7pm