Things To Do In London: Friday 23 October

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CAMDEN STREET ART TOUR:
Widen your horizons and discover more than 100 street artists in Camden's back streets and alleys. Stroll as you discuss the history and processes of this art form. See the old, the new, and maybe even see art being freshly sprayed. Meet outside Camden Town tube station, Camden, £10, 11am

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FREE LUNCHTIME CONCERT:
Go to the classical lunchtime concert at St Martin in the Fields. Performers are Mónica Campaña Romero (soprano) and Ricardo Gosalbo (piano). Suggested donation £3.50, which goes towards ongoing church work. 1pm

LIGHT UP STORE STREET:
Light Up Store Street will open the Bloomsbury Festival weekend in style. Store Street will be artistically reinvented — transformed by fire, light and pyrotechnics as it is taken over by local artists, musicians and other creative agents. Free, 6.30pm

SUFFRAGETTES IN SILENT FILM:
For the first 15 years of the 20th century many fearless women battled with the authorities, and society at large, to make themselves heard. This coincided with the development of film — so their struggle is captured for us, and it’s proven that female emancipation wasn’t just a result of wartime changes, the pill or the miniskirt. BFI Southbank, £8.35-£11.75, showings from 6.40pm-8.50pm

JAPANESE SUPPERCLUB:
Feel like you're in Tokyo with Monograph's secret Japanese Supperclub. Sit at the table with perfect strangers and be ready for new flavours and conversations in an informal and relaxed environment. Feel free to bring your own drinks and talk with anyone — after all, it's not a restaurant. Secret location, £29, 7pm

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THE ULTIMATE DINNER PARTY:
The flatmates of The Little Yellow Door are a welcoming bunch. Come along to their weekly dinner party where it's time to celebrate the arrival of the weekend with a few cocktails, some great food and a legendary afterparty. Knock on their yellow door, make your way up to the secret flat and prepare to be dazzled by the quirky living room, well-considered cuisine and delicious house cocktails. Dinner parties don't get better than this. The Little Yellow Door, Notting Hill, £35, 7pm

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OMNIBUS PRESENTS INTERROBANG: ARTCOP
Interrobang events combine a variety of comedy, theatre and music to explore important contemporary issues. Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood kicks off the evening, followed by comedy from Sara Pascoe, music from We Are Goose and theatre and installations from Hoax, Drawn to Stars and Switching Heads. Each act will present a new and unique perspective on this month's theme: Climate Change. 21 Omnibus, 1 Clapham Common Northside, £10, £8 concessions, prebook, 8pm

COMEDY:
Joel Dommett, Ian Smith, Archie Maddocks and Tamar Broadbent — who does comedy songs and has a good one about the tube ride of shame — are at the Sanctum Hotel in Soho tonight with Amused Moose. £12.50, prebook, 8.15pm

CLUB DE FROMAGE ON ICE:
Just when you thought ice skating couldn't be more enjoyable, Club De Fromage went and turned things on their head. Expect to hear the likes of Katy Perry, Bon Jovi, The Jam, Elvis, Frankie Valli and The Smiths. A bar will also be open beforehand so you can get a bit of Dutch courage. Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, £7.20, 8.30pm

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BLACKOUT CLUB:
Camden Rocks have got something new up their sleeve and it's called the Blackout Club. Making its way to Underworld Camden in the heart of Camden Town every Friday, it has a great music policy consisting of Biffy Clyro, Rage Against The Machine, Nirvana, Metallica and many, many more, as well as £2.50 drinks. Get ready for some great guitar music taking you through to the early morning. The Underworld, Camden, £5

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Oxjam Music Festival 2015
The biggest Oxjam Music Festival yet. This time Regression Sessions take the helm at this unique event exploring the fusion of visuals and music. There's also a collaborative live art performance from Central Saint Martins fine art students. Shapes, Hackney Wick, £10-£15, prebook, 7pm until late

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