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Best Of Londonist: Tube Tours, Punchdrunk And Cheese

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ABANDONED TUBE TOURS: Visit the abandoned tube tunnels used for filming James Bond film Skyfall.

CHEESE MASTERCLASS: Yes, we're serious. Spend two hours learning the ins, outs, ups and downs of the good stuff. Taste handmade, artisan cheeses under the guidance of a professional cheesemonger. £28, 23 April, 7pm
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ROUTEMASTER TOUR: Hop on board a classic 1962 Routemaster coach to explore London's architectural history.

THREE COURSE ROAST: Nothing says Sunday like a Sunday roast. Treat yourself to a three-course roast meal, plus bottomless cocktails, at Mews of Mayfair. £40, various dates
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FAIRYTALE WEEK: Fairytales are top of the bill at British Academy's free Literature Week.

THE HOBBIT: ...And The Battle Of The Five Armies is the final Bilbo Baggins film. Watch it at Roxy in Borough High Street, while tucking into a meal. 18+. £12, prebook, 20 April, 8pm
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SPACES AND PLACES: Get ready for London Transport Museum's London Places and Spaces exhibition, celebrating the unique character of the city.

CIRCUS CABARET: Guanabara in Covent Garden hosts a showcase of world-class Latin and UK circus talent with burlesque acts, contortionists, ballerinas, fire-breathers and much more. Enjoy the show while you tuck into dinner and a Caipirinha cocktail. 18+. £15, various dates
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SCIENCE IN THE PUB: Pint of Science: Learn stuff down the pub.

JACK THE RIPPER: Let's face it, everyone has a little curiosity about London's famous serial killer. Take a Jack the Ripper Walking Tour and learn about the theories surrounding the killer's identities and motives. £10, various dates
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ST GEORGE'S DAY: Things to do in London on St George's Day (that's this Thursday, FYI).

GUN CULTURE: Investigative journalist Iain Overton is at the Frontline Club in Paddington to talk about the impact of gun crime, the relationships we have with guns and the place they have in every day life. £12.50, 22 April, 7pm
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