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Here's some London inspiration for things to do with little Londoners this week.
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Get half-price entry for two people to the ArcelorMittal Orbit in the Olympic Park. Grab a mate (or a date) and treat them to a 20 mile view over London from 80 metres up in the air. Prebook with YPlan £15-£25.
Seek out a shed-load of gardening and horticultural events and installations around the capital. Here are our highlights — see what else is going on at www.chelseafringe.com, until 6 June
Catch the final day of The Hops & Glory Brewery Saison beers festival in Islington. Try the brews and enjoy the barbecue.
Feed your face at the final day of the Syon Park Foodies Festival. Expect tastings, demonstrations, a chilli food market, a vintage tea tent, craft beer and more. Day ticket £15 prebook.
The Cat’s Back, a Victorian pub nestled in the new Riverside Quarter between Putney and Wandsworth, is hosting the Putney Folk Debates, a free music and community festival. Free, just turn up, 2pm-1opm
If you love Spurs you can be at a the recording of Phil Cornwell's Spurs Show comedy podcast at Guanabara, Covent Garden. Tickets just £15 through YPlan (reduced from £25), 7pm
Footprints of London's monthly walk in aid of Amnesty International heads to Dalston, looking at how different groups of people in one corner of Hackney struggled for change (and are still doing so). £10, prebook, 7pm
FILM AND DINNER:
Roxy Bar and Screen shows Oscar-nominated, sports biographical, psychological thriller Foxcatcher with dinner served up alongside. Tickets £12, includes one main meal from the menu, 8pm
AMUSED MOOSE COMEDY:
Hosted by Alex Zane, the Amused Moose Laugh Off semi-finals takes place today with the likes of Benji Waterstone, Daniel Audritt and Sarah Keyworth fighting it out for a place in the final at Edinburgh Fringe in August. £10, prebook, 8.15pm
COMEDY IN THE DARK:
Turning the lights out intensifies the experience so expect to be laughing hard at Udderbelly Festival with Comedy in the Dark. The line up is yet to be revealed but past shows have featured some of our favourites, like Marcus Brigstocke, Dan Antopolski, Jon Richardson, Shappi Khorsandi, Reginald D Hunter, Josie Long, Sarah Millican and more. Tickets £16, 9pm