Best Of Londonist: Suffragettes, Tetley Tea And 24 Hour London

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Rugby may be a sore subject for certain supporters of the sport, but there's a chance to meet rugby legends Jonah Lomu, Jason Leonard and Scott Quinnell as they chat about the game in Richmond. £25, 13 October

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If you're an earlybird, why not get yourself along to the Dawn Chorus pre-work choir at The Phoenix on Oxford Street? It's a great way to wake yourself up, and the group is led by professional vocal coaches. £7, 13 October

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Celebrate the 15th anniversary of the iconic film Love and Basketball at an all-American immersive basketball cinema experience in Bethnal Green. Expect a basketball arcade, street food, slam dunk competition, cheerleader performance and more. £17.50, 16 October

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Chocolate Week culminates in The Chocolate Show at Olympia Exhibition Centre. Learn about chocolate from around the world in The Tasting Room, visit over 80 chocolate exhibitors, or watch the chocolate fashion show (yes, dresses made from actual chocolate). From £7.50, 16-18 October

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London Gay Symphony Orchestra launches its new season with a Brahms double bill at this autumn concert in the City. £10, 18 October

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A dog enjoys splashing in the fountains and chasing the water jets in a public open space at St Pancras, near the Grand Union Canal. Photo: Roger.w800

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Top reviews

  • The Crime Museum Uncovered at Museum of London shares Scotland Yard's secrets in a fascinating but sensitive way ★★★★★
  • The Victoria and Albert Museum's Fabric of India exhibition offers an insight into India's rich tradition ★★★★☆
  • It's a Frosties reception for the Cereal Killer Cafe Cookbook ★★☆☆☆
  • Goya was great, even when painting stuff for rich people, as seen at National Gallery ★★★★☆
  • A Door In A Wall's latest adventure sees the company retain its crown as king of murder-mystery scavenger hunts ★★★★★
  • Pam Ann's latest show at Leicester Square is a loud and brash creation — and definitely not family-friendly ★★★☆☆
  • Geometrically-perfect, physically-intense dance from BalletBoyz in war-inspired show Young Men ★★★★☆
  • What our female and male reviewers thought about Suffragette ★★★★☆
  • If you like dresses you're going to love this Liberty retrospective ★★★★☆

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