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Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up sponsored this week by Spitalfields Music.

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CYCLE RIDE: Dust off your bike, get out the WD40 and take a ride through London, from New Malden to Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common.

SUNSET SAFARI: ZSL London Zoo's Sunset Safaris let the public explore the zoo after hours, visit the animals and hear talks about some species, or relax while listening to acoustic music. £14.56-£20.80, every Friday in June and July
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OPEN GARDEN SQUARES WEEKEND: Next weekend, over 200 London gardens will be open to the public, including the garden inside Arsenal’s old stadium, a Japanese roof garden and a ‘bee barn’. Book your tickets now. 13-14 June

CHEESE MASTERCLASS: Cheese and wine get along beautifully, and you'll get plenty of both at this masterclass in Islington. Broaden your knowledge and indulge your palette. £28, 10 June, 7pm
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BEER FESTIVALS: There is a plethora of beer festivals in June. If you prefer a more ‘liberated’ approach to your beer consumption, clothing is optional at one of them. Throughout June

GOLDIE LOOKIN CHAIN: Everyone's favourite Welsh rapping group is at Brooklyn Bowl at the O2 for a night of dope rhymes and straight-up silliness. £15, 12 June, 8pm
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CITY OF LONDON FESTIVAL: Hear jazz on the top floor of the city’s skyscrapers, watch classical music in the historic churches or see performances in the green spaces and squares — over 164 events form this year's City of London Festival. Sadly no bowler hat this year though. 22 June-10 July

GIN FESTIVAL: Junipalooza, the UK's largest gin festival, comes to The Vinyl Factory in Soho, with tastings, classes and plenty of food to soak it all up. £12.50, 13 June, 12pm
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WALK THE LINE: Take a 4.6 mile arty amble through East London, following a new arts trail that connects little-known parts of the River Lea to North Greenwich and the Royal Docks.

CHESSBOXING: Not heard of this sport? We can't decide whether it's ridiculous or brilliant. One round of boxing is followed by one game of chess, making it a workout for the mind and body. Watch experts in action at Scala in King's Cross. £15, 13 June, 7pm
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WEST END LIVE: The cast of several big West End shows descend on Trafalgar Square for a weekend of theatre, music, performances and more. The casts of Billy Elliot, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Mamma Mia! and Matilda are among those taking part. Free, 20-21 June

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