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Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up, sponsored this week by Museum of London Docklands.

Wildflower meadow at Alderman's Hill, Palmers Green. Photo: Stephen Iliffe

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Head to Cafe 1001 on Brick Lane for an evening with Shorts on Tap. Seven short documentaries from the city's emerging filmmakers will be screened, and there's a chance to chat with them. £5, 30 June
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Jazz singer Kevin Fitzsimmons is at St James Theatre to cover contemporary jazz classics from the likes of Bennett and Buble. £12.50, 30 June
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Watch a screening of Amy, the new film about the life of Camden singer Amy Winehouse, at Regent Street Cinema. It's followed by an introduction by director Asif Kapadia. £11, 2 July
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The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment joins forces with the Choir of the Enlightenment for a concert at St Paul's Cathedral as part of City of London Festival. Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 is performed exactly as it was intended. £27, 2 July
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Head to The Oval in Kennington to see Surrey take on Middlesex in the Natwest T20 Blast. £40, 3 July
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Foodies Festival is at Alexandra Palace with street food vendors, pop-up restaurants and artisan foods, live music and chefs offering up their best advice. From £8, 3-5 July
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Celebrate Independence Day on a boat party on the Thames. Board at Westminster Pier and party as the sights of the river go by. Once the boat docks, the party continues with DJs playing across three rooms. £20, 4 July
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Early photography workshop at the Museum of London Docklands

Inspired by Museum of London Docklands's Soldiers and Suffragettes: the Photography of Christina Broom exhibition? Get your hands on your own pinhole camera at this early photography workshop.

Join artist Jo Gane to hear all about early photographic processes and get the chance to make your own camera before you’re let loose on London’s Docklands for an afternoon of photographic experiment.

Workshops take place on Saturday 18 July and 26 September, 2pm-5.30pm. Book your place now.

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