Things To Do In London At The Weekend: 25-27 November

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Things To Do In London At The Weekend: 25-27 November

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  • INTERCOURSE at the ICA is a day of strange happenings including breakfast with artists, live creating and hairstyling, horse races, cheese and film, not to mention a recreation of Battleship Potemkin on the Duke of York steps (some free, some ticketed, check the website).
  • Dulwich Craft Fair is on in St Barnabus Church Hall from 10am-5pm (£2.50 entry).
  • What ho, chaps there's another Tweed Run starting at 11am Covent Garden outside sponsor Rugby Ralph Lauren's shop and breaking for tea in Chelsea.
  • Kensington Town Hall opens for Dragonmeet - the roleplaying and collectable card gaming convention - at 10am (£8 adv, £10 on the door).
  • Go and see the cloud installation in York Hall, Bethnal Green between midday-5pm - for one day only and great for kids (free entry).
  • Hoxton Street Market gets festive with an early Christmas party to accompany your food, fashion and creative shopping between midday-6pm.
  • Children's author and illustrator, John Burningham, is signing books at London Transport Museum shop between 2-4pm.
  • The London Latin American Film Festival present three films at Roxy Bar and Screen from 3pm (£6).
  • Molten Festival begins with Barking Illuminations and a Lantern Parade that kids will love to get involved with, from 4.30pm (free).
  • The London Iranian Film Festival finale includes an awards ceremony and screening of There are Things You Don't Know and Please Do Not Disturb at The Apollo, Piccadilly (tickets from £12).
  • Party at the Crisis Christmas fundraiser at the Egg Xmas Party (tickets £13 advance).
  • Watch Twin Peaks all night at Riverside Studios (£50)


  • Frock Me Vintage Fashion Fair is at Chelsea Town Hall 11am-5.30pm (adults £4)
  • ITV need you to turn up at the Oval dressed as Santa from 11am and join a mass song and dance for charity show, Text Santa.
  • Got Craft? debuts in London at the Tooting Tram and Social between 11am-6pm (£1 entry).
  • One of the final concerts from this year's Wimbledon International Music Festival is John Sessions doing WS Gilbert at the Orange Tree, Richmond at 2.30pm (£15).
  • Festa Umbela presents a Samba-Reggae Explosion at Rich Mix from 6pm (free)

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Last Updated 24 November 2011