Best Of Londonist: London Boundaries, Best Books And A Baker's Tube Map

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RUGBY: Get your World Cup fix with two pints and two bites at Dado54 in Farringdon. Pick from nachos, mozzarella sticks, fried chicken, calamari and cheese and jalapeño popits. Dates between 23 September and 9 October, times vary. Tickets £14.

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OKTOBERFEST: Slap on your lederhosen and have a knees-up at Bavarian Beerhouse Tower Hill. Steins all round! Dates between 23 September and 24 October, 6pm. Tickets from £10.

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FASHION WEEKEND: Dress to impress for catwalk shows, boutique shops, and panel talks from industry experts at the stylish Saatchi Gallery. From 24 to 27 September, from 11am. Tickets from £16.

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DESIGN FESTIVAL: See cutting-edge design and giant installations in the industrial space of Victoria House B1 in Holborn. Designjunction also features tours, seminars, shopping and restaurants. From 24 to 27 September, 11am. Tickets £11.25.

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LONDON DUNGEONS LATE: Get your spook on in this dangerous den of Victorian vice. Dress up, get Dutch courage from a complimentary gin cocktail and go on a fearsome tour accompanied by characters of the underworld. Plus pie to revive you at the end. 25 September, from 6.30pm. Tickets from £25.

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SIMON SCHAMA: Hear the historian discuss his art explorations with the National Portrait Gallery at the Radio Times Festival at Hampton Court Palace. Browse the programme for loads more big names in TV, radio and books. 26 September, 2.30pm. Tickets £12.95/£6.95.

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CHILLI FESTIVAL: Red Market in Shoreditch gets red hot. Have a spicy day of tastings and workshops at The Festival of Heat, with eye-watering delights from Mexico to Indonesia. 27 September, noon. Tickets £8.

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Top reviews

  • We like Rob Brydon's teacher, but Future Conditional definitely has room for improvement ★★★☆☆
  • A brush with the Old Masters at British Museum, including Da Vinci, Boticelli and Rembrandt ★★★★☆
  • Hold a baby. Eat an egg. Get naked. Art at its most engaging at Stephen Friedman Gallery ★★★★☆
  • It's playtime! Miss Behave's show is incredible ★★★★★
  • Four designers take on the concept of migration at Design Museum ★★★☆☆
  • Nicole Kidman returns to the West End as the scientist who discovered DNA ★★★★☆
  • Vital work by Ai Wei Wei at The Royal Academy of Arts ★★★★★
  • Exhibition of Russian spaceflight has lift off at Science Museum ★★★★★

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