Things To Do In London: Tuesday 12 May

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See the Bond In Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum

CINEMA TICKET:
Thinking of going to see one of these London-y films released in May? Get yourself a ticket to a Vue screening for just £7. Best of all, the ticket is valid until 7 July, so bag it now and treat yourself later. £7, until 7 July
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ZOMBIE GAME:
Spend your Tuesday night trapped in a room with a zombie. In this team game, up to 12 people are locked in a space with a member of the undead, and have to solve clues and puzzles to escape. The zombie, meanwhile, is released a foot at a time... arrgggh! £28, various times
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BELLE ÉPOQUE:
The Fan Museum in Greenwich opens its new exhibition today, focusing on the fans of the Belle Époque. It features an assortment of exquisitely-crafted fans — the types favoured by wealthy American heiresses and the cream of European society at this time. Until 2 September

THE NAME'S BOND:
Fan of the James Bond films? Get yourself to the London Film Museum in Covent Garden to see original vehicles used in the iconic espionage series, plus rare artwork from the films and more. £9.50-£14.50, from 11am
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WALKING TOUR:
Join City of Westminster Guides for a lunchtime walking tour. It starts on the piazza in front of Westminster Cathedral and explores the area for 45 minutes. £7/£5, prebook, 1.10pm-1.50pm

PIZZA MAKING:
Turn your hand to cookery and have a go at making your own pizza under knowledgable guidance from the experts at Mayfair Pizza Company. You can also learn about the history of pizza while enjoying a glass of prosecco. £25, 6.30pm
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GERMAN HISTORY:
Neil MacGregor, author of A History of the World in 100 Objects, and Director of the British Museum is in conversation with independent curator Giles Waterfield at Lutyens & Rubinstein. They're discussing the impact of German history on our lives and why an understanding of Germany’s past matters to all of us today. £10, prebook, 7pm

COMEDY:
One of our favourite sketch troupes, Sheeps, haven’t been very impressed with the election. See them give it a good skewering at Invisible Dot. £6/£5, prebook, 7.30pm

CZECH MUSIC:
It's a double bill of Czech performers at The Forge in Camden tonight. NTS Trio is a band which combines punk, jazz, rock and classical music. They will be joined by poet, singer and performer Xavier Baumaxa. £8/£10, prebook, 8pm

SOME NEWS LIVE:
Musical comedian Christian Reilly is joined by Steve N Allen and Erich McElroy at Some News Live on the South bank, a comedy take on the week's headlines. Age 18+. £3, 8pm
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European Literature Night is back at the British Library

The ever popular celebration of European literature returns to the British Library on Wednesday 13 May. This seventh edition features two main events celebrating the best contemporary writers and spoken word artists. Authors like Jesús Carrasco and Evald Flisar will explore the nature of relationships, childhood trauma and morality in The Writers event, while In Spoken Word will feature Europe’s most vibrant poets and spoken word artists including Belgian-Congolese poet, writer and musician Baloji.

Events start from 6.30pm, tickets are £10 for each event: make sure you book yours now.

Alasdair Mclellan, Baloji

Today’s Things To Do In London is sponsored by EUNIC London.


Good Cause of the Day

On Sunday 7 June, chef Jason Atherton and The Social Company will host Social Sunday, a series of collaborative lunches and restaurant previews in aid of Hospitality Action. Six London restaurants are participating — get your ticket now.

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