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Mix up your workout by taking part in a bellydance fitness class in Northwood Hills. The sport helps with burning fat, losing weight and toning up, as well as releasing your regular dose of endorphins. From £6, 30 November
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The Kew Gardens impressive Christmas light trail is ablaze once again, forming a mile long path through the gardens, enjoyed by visitors of all ages. £16, 2-3 December
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Sir John Soane's Museum in Holborn is open late for exploring by candlelight. Food and drink are also available, so why not make a night of it? £30, 4 December
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This Christmas themed treasure hunt around the National Portrait Gallery is inspired by Christmas carols. Taking place after hours, get exclusive access to the gallery and have fun to boot. £18, 4 December
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Personally, we think it's a bit nippy for canoeing at this time of year, but if you're differently minded, paddle through Petersham Meadows, Marble Hill House, Ham House, Eel Pie Island and York House Gardens on this stretch of the River Thames in Richmond, stopping for lunch along the way. £50, 5 December
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Head to King's Cross for a screening of classic Christmas movie Home Alone, complete with fairy lights and jingle bells, plus complimentary hot drinks from Baileys. £5, 6 December
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  • EXHIBITION: See 'inside' the Lukang Temple in Tibet at Wellcome Collection ★★★★☆
  • EXHIBITION: British troops helping in the fights against ISIS and Ebola are the topic of a new Imperial War Museum exhibition ★★★☆☆
  • THEATRE: I Want My Hat Back at National Theatre is aimed at kids, but we enjoyed it just as much ★★★★☆
  • FOOD: Street food goes indoors at Beast of Brixton, and we approve ★★★★☆
  • TELEVISION: Did you watch Capital on BBC1? It had us intrigued ★★★★☆

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