Things To Do In London: Monday 16 November 2015

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Start your week right with a Chateaubriand steak and frites to share at this well-established Parisian restaurant. La Brasserie, Chelsea, £29.40, 6pm

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Not happy with plans to redevelop Bishopsgate Goodsyard? You’re not alone. Hear from mayors John Biggs and Jules Pipe at a question time-style debate at Shoreditch Church. Free, prebook, 7pm

Take an introductory ashtanga and kundalini class which will also energise and revitalise you with epic visuals and music in a projection mapped space. Pembury Community Centre, Hackney Downs, £8, 7pm

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Feel like you're relaxing in your own mansion at this screening of The Wolf Of Wall Street in beautiful Sutton House, a stunning Tudor building in Hackney. £7.50, 7pm

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Keep yourself warm this winter by knitting your very own chunky merino wool Jelly Snood with needlepoint mavericks I Make Knots. No experience or equipment is needed. Drink, Shop & Do, King's Cross, £35, 7pm

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This isn't your usual reading group set up. Instead of reading a book before you come — or pretending to — you read short stories and poems together as part of a group. Rich Mix, free, 7pm

Performer Xanthe Gresham has collected a handful of Baba Yaga tales to share. Never heard of Baba Yaga? Then you need to spend more time hanging out with witches/goddesses of Russian folklore. Soho Upstairs, Dean Street, £10/£8 concessions, prebook, 8pm

Bearded lump Tim Key imposes his throwaway poetry on people at The Invisible Dot. He's honing his stuff so expect 'new-ish material getting more polished/stale'. £10/£9, prebook, 9.15pm

Bridget Christie starts her run at the Leicester Square Theatre, so get in quick before tickets all go. (And read our interview with her as you do.) £17.50, prebook, 9.30pm

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UK Friends of the National Museum of Women in the Arts are hosting Nature by Design, a selling exhibition celebrating contemporary female jewellers, ceramicists, silversmiths, makers and designers influenced by nature. There's free entry to the Royal Thames Yacht Club in Knightsbridge on 16-17 November. All proceeds from the sale will be used towards holding an exhibition of works from the NMWA at the Whitechapel gallery in 2016.

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