Things To Do In London: Monday 13 April 2015

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There are many things you probably want to do in London... go up The Shard, climb over the O2, spend a night in the King's Wardrobe. If the latter is at the top of your to-do-list, here's how to go about it.

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Sinead O'Connor performs at Barbican. Photo: © Donal Moloney

Get your week off to a great start with a meal of Chateaubriand steak to share, with frites and sauce. La Brasserie is a well-established Parisian restaurant in Chelsea. £29.40, various times.
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An immersive exhibition opens at The Cass Bank Gallery on Whitechapel High Street, curated by Bob and Roberta Smith (who’ll be in residence throughout). Get your Arts Emergency Kit including prescriptions from the likes of Jarvis Cocker, Samantha Morton and Vampire Weekend and get involved with politics and the arts. Free, until 3 May

The Last Tuesday Society meets at The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities for an evening focusing on Tom Bolton's book, Vanished City. The book looks at 10 London places which for different reasons have disappeared from the A-Z, including the most feared streets in the Western world and London’s first Olympic Park. £10/£5, prebook, 6.30pm

Head to the Frontline Club for a screening of Drone, a film offering an in-depth look at the USA's use of drones, asking questions about the psychology of war. £10, 7pm
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The sommelier at Vivat Bacchus in Farringdon has put together a selection of sparkling wines to taste and learn about. Although not produced in the Champagne region, many are made using the same grapes and methods. £15, 7pm
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Adam Buxton, Mat Ewins and Lolly Adefope join Simon Munnery at Soho Theatre for a night of mucking around with a camera and projector. A lot more fun than that makes it sound. £15, prebook, 7.30pm

See the Irish singer-songwriter at Barbican, performing material from her brand new studio album I’m Not Bossy, I’m The Boss.£20-£30, prebook, 7.30pm

Head to Southbank Centre for the annual Spring Remembrance Concert, this year marking the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide. The Aram Khachaturian Trio performs. £12-£18, prebook, 7.45pm

Up-and-coming female filmmakers show their films at Deptford Cinema as part of Shorts On Tap's Women in Revolt season of events. £5, 8pm
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The Comedy Store near Piccadilly Circus hosts a line-up including Jarred Christmas, John Moloney, Andrew Bird, Alistair McGowan, Ian Moore and Joe Lycett, all in aid of Save The Children. £13, 8pm
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Good Cause of the Day

Teams are needed to take part in the Action Medical Research Dragon Boat race in Paddington on 18 June. Interested? More information here.

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