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Best Of Londonist: Demolition, Explosion, Pollution

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Head to Studio Nine in Canonbury for a candlelit botanical speakeasy. Enjoy a night of cocktails, and experiment with the herbs provided to create your own unique flavours. £40, 16 April, 7pm
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EnfieldThinks pop-up learning shop in Enfield Town offers 250 free courses and events over three months

Book now to see the London Lions professional basketball team take on the Durham Wildcats at the Copper Box Arena in the Olympic Park. £15, 17 April, 7.30pm
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Yep, the upturned purple cow is back on Southbank for 15 weeks of comedy, circus and family acts

Doc Club screens My Kid Could Paint That, a documentary about four year old Marla Olmstead who has sold over $300,000 dollars worth of abstract paintings. Is she a prodigy, or an innocent child exploited by her fame-hungry parents? £10, 15 April, 8.30pm
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Take part in a graffiti workshop at London West Bank Gallery in Notting Hill. Spend two hours learning the art of can-control, shading, fades, outlines and more from experts. £25, multiple dates
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Fancy watching Jaws from a dinghy in a lido? Enough said, really

Celebrate 15 years of The Remix on XFm Radio — where dance rocks and tunes get mashed up — with 15 DJs at Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes. Tickets just £7, 17 April, 8pm
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Sell-out Circolombia return to Roundhouse with Acelere

Circolombia's last show at Camden's Roundhouse was a sell-out hit and this week, they return to the venue's beautiful Main Space to perform their latest show, Acelere.

Circolombia is no ordinary circus — all artists train at the National School of Circo Para Todos ("Circus For All") that support vulnerable young people in Colombia through professional circus training. Acelere itself is inspired by Colombia's diverse communities and will see 14 talented performers from across the nation mix spectacular circus with dance and an original soundtrack.

Heartfelt, daring and infectious, Roundhouse is about to get a serious burst of energy. Acelere runs 14 April-3 May, tickets cost from £15 and can be booked online here.

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