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Best Of Londonist: Cycle Apps, Jurassic Park And Leadership Bids

Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up.

Charing Cross and Waterloo Bridge. Photo: Martin Carey

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Open Evening at the Honourable Artillery Company Finsbury Barracks on Tuesday. Photo: Andrew Smith

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TREE WEEK: Sign up now for walks, talks and other verdant treats as part of London Tree Week later this month. 23-31 May

JURASSIC WORLD: Excited about the new Jurassic Park film? Get even more excited by creating your own Jurassic World Terrarium at this workshop at The Book Club in Shoreditch. Plants and materials provided, bring your own jar. £20-£25, 18 May, 7pm
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NEW ART: Lots of art exhibitions are opening this month — but which ones are actually worth visiting? We did a recce so you don't have to.

LITERARY DEATH MATCH: Part literary event, part comedy show, part gameshow, Literary Death Match consists of a read-off showdown between four writers as they are critiqued by three celebrity judges. Takes place at the Spiegeltent, age 16+. £15, 18 May, 7pm
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ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL: Plan ahead now for Lego, Routemasters and Battersea Power Station at London Festival of Architecture. 1-30 June

BURLESQUE BALL: Part of London Burlesque Festival at Dingwall's in Camden, the Burlesque Ball presents the best British burlesque acts, set to a soundtrack covering 40s hits through to modern day remixes and mash ups. £22.50-£50.62, 23 May, 9pm
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LAUGH 'TIL IT HURTS: Comedians including Sara Pascoe, Terry Alderton, Johnny Spurling and Jon Richardson join the bill at Bloomsbury Theatre to raise money for Cancer Research UK. £17.50, 20 May, 7.30pm
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