Things To Do In London: Tuesday 7 April 2015

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Try the tasting menu at Andaz, Liverpool Street with a mate.

Christian Marclay's sound-oriented exhibition in Bermondsey (★★★★☆) brings together art, music and onomatopoeia. Free, just turn up. Also closing soon is Art of the Brick, an exhibition of Lego sculptures at the Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane. £14.50. Both close on 12 April

Do you believe in fairies? Take the little ones along to a family friendly screening of Disney classic Peter Pan at Leicester Square Theatre. Tickets £7.50, includes popcorn and a soft drink, 2pm
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London Metropolitan Archives hosts an afternoon looking at the society, culture and politics of London 800 years ago, at the time the Magna Carta was created. £5, prebook, 2pm

Spend an evening with representatives of Rooster’s Brewery at The Hack and Hop near Blackfriars. Hear about their range of brews and enjoy some snacks to go with them. Free, 6pm

To celebrate its 40th year, auction house Christie’s runs a series of late night events. Anyone can drop in to Christie’s on Old Brompton Road for a drink, and to hear experts talk about art, interior design and collecting, and to see what happens behind the scenes of the UK’s busiest saleroom. Free, just turn up, 6pm-8.3opm

Treat yourself and a mate to an elegant six-course tasting menu for two plus a bottle of wine at Andaz Liverpool Street. The deal costs £99 all in for starter, fish, sorbet, meat, dessert and cheeseboard with vino to wash it down.
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City of London and Cripplegate Photographic Society is hosting a Photo Walk around Clerkenwell, led by architectural photographer Alan Ainsworth. Sites include medieval religious foundations, Smithfield market and modernist residential. just turn up, 6.30pm

Two superfans want to create a Doctor Who musical but can they win a battle with the BBC? Find out tonight. I Need a Doctor: The Whosical is at Leicester Square Theatre. £11, 7pm
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Guardian columnist Zoe Williams is at Foyles on Charing Cross Road to introduce her latest book, Get It Together: Why We Deserve Better Politics. £5, prebook,7pm

Simon Munnery, Joey Page, Pat Cahill and Bec Hill do stand up at the Comedy Pub, Oxenden Street, hosted by Phil Kay. Tickets £5, 7.30pm.
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Political activist, Srdja Popovic, one of the leaders of the Serbian nonviolent resistance group Otpor! that helped topple Slobodan Milošević presents a Blueprint for Revolution at The Frontline Club. Tickets £12.50, 7.30pm
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Noise-meets-punk four-piece Retox are joined by joined by experimental thrashers Warsawwasraw at Birthdays in Dalston for a gig which also features a screening of documentary Records Collecting Dust. Tickets £11.50, 7.30pm
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The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast takes up a residency at Soho Theatre, with Des Bishop joining usual host Stu Goldsmith. £10/£7.50, prebook, 9.30pm

Good Cause of the Day

The Give A Dog A Coat appeal is based in Woodford Green and will be benefiting rough sleepers in London. It's to provide homeless dog owners living on the streets with either a recycled or knitted donated dog coat or sweater. If you want to get knitting, you can hand in your donation at your nearest Pet's Corner store. More information on Facebook.

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