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Things To Do Today In London: Monday 8 August 2016

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Keep up with all the Olympic action. Photo: Dareal Gael

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Things to do today:

OLYMPICS: Keep up with all the action in Rio at these Olympic Games screenings across London. See individual venues for details.

EARLY MORNING YOGA: Start your week refreshed with a Vinyasa yoga class at The Bright Emporium in Battersea. £10, book in advance, 6.45am

TOAST GALLERY: Ever wondered how Klimt's Kiss or Michaelangelo's The Creation of Adam would look if the canvas were toast? There's a two-day pop up exhibition in Old Street Station displaying toast transformed into works of art. Free, just turn up, from 7.30am (until 9 August)

STUART HISTORY WALK: Follow the route Charles I took on his way to be executed, and discover the history of the Stuarts on a 90-minute family-friendly walk starting in Charing Cross. £12/£9, book in advance, 10.30am

BBC PROMS: Trumpeter Håkan Hardenberger will play pieces from the in celebration of the work of Kurt Weill at Cadogan Hall. Don't forget to read our tips for the Proms. £12/14, book in advance, 1pm

TEA DANCE: As part of Festival of Love, Southbank Centre hosts a free tea dance. Learn some new steps in the Clore Ballroom — and there's no need to bring a partner. Free just turn up, 2pm-4.30pm

GIN SOCIAL: Get together with other gin enthusiasts and enjoy gin at Graphic Bar, a bar surrounded by top gin and urban art. £5.90, book in advance, 6.30pm

CONTEMPORARY PLAY: Set in London, Ctrl+Alt+Delete tackles immigration, domestic violence and the housing crisis. See it at Camden People's Theatre. £7.50, book in advance, 7.15pm

CLUB EXERCISE: Burn up to 500 calories at a club-themed exercise class in Isleworth, complete with glow sticks, disco lights and club anthems. £10, book in advance, 7.35pm

BAT WALK: Discover the different species of bat in Walthamstow Wetlands with ecologist Emma Parnwell. Use bat detectors to identify the different bats for yourself. Profits are split between London Wildlife Trust and London Bat Group. £11.74, book in advance, 8.30pm


Good cause of the day

STREAK FOR TIGERS: Take off your clothes and streak around ZSL London Zoo, with your body painted with tiger stripes. Unleash your wild side in support of the ZSL Tiger Campaign. £20, book in advance, 11 August


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Our daily pick of Funzing events

ENTREPRENEURIAL TALK: Join entrepreneur Ruth Rogers at her social enterprise cafe The Canvas Cafe as she discusses the ups and downs of quitting your job to create a company in an industry of which you have no experience. £10, 9 August

SOAP WORKSHOP: Discover how to make your own soap and bath bombs using natural ingredients. From traditional soap to bath salt bars, there's something for every bathroom. £29, 13 August