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THE IMMIGRANTS' WALK:
During Refugee Week as part of Huguenot Summer, Huguenots of Spitalfields are leading daily walks exploring the east end's rich history as home of diaspora in London. Ticket £10, no booking necessary but you can via Eventbrite, 11am-12.30m
TALKS AT THE TOWER:
Hackney Historic Buildings Trust has organised a series of talks taking place in the Round Chapel and St Augustine’s Tower. Hear Iain Sinclair talk about the Overground in Hackney, Simon Inglis talking about sport in Hackney, and more. See full programme. Free, just turn up, 15-19 June
Have a musical lunch time listening to Amadeus Piano Duo play Mozart and Schubert at St Martin in the Fields. Free (donations gratefully received), just turn up 1pm
STAND UP COMPETITION:
See people who think they're funny stand up and prove it. Help the judges decide if they are at the Pulp Comedy: So You Think You're Funny competition at Hemingford Arms, Islington. £3, 7.45pm
Simon Costin, a curator, art director, set designer and Director of the Museum of British Folklore, is at the V&A Museum to talk about his creative set designs and recent work. £15, prebook, 7pm
POSH BURGER AND BEER:
Dinner in Mayfair needn't be bank breaking but it should be a bit special — posh burger and fancy beer special. So take advantage of this Wagyu Burger and craft beer offer at Truc Vert for just £11 with YPlan.
A cracking line-up for just a fiver: David Trent, Carly Smallman, Amy Howerska, Joshua Ross and one-third of Pappy’s Tom Parry are at the Good Ship in Kilburn with host Paul Duncan McGarrity. £4/£5, prebook, 8pm
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From 6 June to 2 July, WaterAid's Great British Stink exhibition is held at the London Bridge City Pier, showing photos by Victorian photographer Thomas Ball. The photos depict some of the dramatic changes to water infrastructure and sanitation that took place during the 19th and early 20th centuries, and aim to raise awareness of people around the world who still live without safe water supplies and sanitation facilities. It's free to visit.
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