Things To Do In London: Tuesday 17 November 2015

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A rare chance to get a look behind the scenes at a secret-revealing tour of the beautiful Royal Albert Hall. Choose between a delicious breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea to accompany the tour. £18.75-£38.25, from 10am

Find out about Sylvia Plath's work and her poetic relationship with her estranged husband Ted Hughes. Museum of London, free, no reservation required, 6pm

An open discussion on the future of the Labour party under Jeremy Corbyn and the potential for change is what's launching The Left Book Club. Conway Hall, £3-£5, 7pm-10pm

Get into the rhythm as you work as a team, learn and have fun making music. This workshop is suitable for everyone and will go over some basic techniques and rhythms of African drumming to get you up to speed in no time. The Kirtland Centre, Mile End, £10, 7.15pm
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For the first time ever, see comedy legends Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse perform together live. This is character comedy at its legendary height: will we get Loadsamoney, Rowley Birkin QC, Dragons' Den or maybe even something new? Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, £21, 7.30pm

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Described as "dangerous and downright decadent", your interest is probably as piqued as ours. Enjoy a night of cabaret, burlesque, circus and sideshow from La Soiree in the gorgeous Spiegeltent. South Bank, £25, 8pm

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Catch a screening of Pitch Perfect 2 in oak-panelled surroundings while relaxing on a pillow. Couldn't get much more cosy for winter, really. Sutton House, Hackney, £7.50, 9.30pm

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See Andrew Maxwell’s take on UKIP, equal pay for women and other hot topic issues in his stand-up show Yo Contraire at Soho Theatre until Saturday. £10-£20, prebook, 9.30pm

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Hear a Mozart mass in C minor by the London Chorus and The Orpheus Sinfonia, conducted by Ronald Corp OBE, for Save the Children's Refugee Appeal. There will also be a poetry reading by actor Freddie Fox who recently starred in The Riot Club. St Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge, £20, prebook, 7.45pm


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