Things To Do In London This Weekend: 30-31 January 2016

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See snaps from the sets at BAFTA, see below. Image: Katherine from the Londonist Flickr pool

JUMP INTO FITNESS: It's double the bounce this weekend with two chances to enjoy this low impact, high energy trampolining workout. Join Andrea for Jumping Fitness Trampoline Workout — a springy way to get fit. Help increase your stamina, burn up to 1,200 calories and boost cardiovascular fitness. Trampolines provided, so just bring yourself. You'll be like Tigger in no time. £12, prebook, Saturday at 9.30am in Finchley and Sunday at 10.30am in Kenton

BAFTA: FOR THE LOVE OF FILM: 195 Piccadilly will be brimming with photos to celebrate the forthcoming BAFTAs. Snaps from the sets, including Harry Potter, and portraits of stars, including Andy Serkis, David Oyelowo and Terry Gillam, reveal two sides of the filmmaking process. Free, prebook, 10am-4.30pm

MINI VAULT FESTIVAL: A whole weekend of family-friendly fun in the secret vaults under Waterloo Station. Look out for circus troupe, Pirates Of The Carabina, on Saturday, and Comedy For Kids and Mrs H And The Sing Along Band on Sunday. Various prices, prebook, 10am

WE ARE STARS: The Planetarium at the Royal Observatory hosts a unique stargazing show narrated by Andy Serkis. Delve into the secrets of the universe and find out how each of us is made. £7.50/£5.50, prebook, 11.45am/2pm/4.15pm

RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK: See Harrison Ford at his finest in Raiders Of The Lost Ark, plus dig into a dish from The Exhibit's tasty menu. A great Indy-pendent cinema experience (sorry). £19.95, prebook, 4pm/5pm

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WILD WORLDS: Go underground for Wild Worlds V at the Vault Festival. Circus, dance and physical theatre fuse together in an explosive show in the Cavern Space. £16, prebook, 7.30pm

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RICHARD III: The award-winning one woman show comes to the Drapers Hall. Yes, you heard right - one woman. Emily Carding's electric performance as Shakespeare's king makes its London debut this weekend. £10/£8, prebook, 7.30pm

CIRCA RETURNS: Gravity-defying acrobat feats, the human body pushed to the extreme: your heart will be firmly in your mouth in this awe-inspiring performance from Circa, the Australian alternative circus performance that's as far away from big tops and ringmasters as you can get. £15, prebook, 7.45pm

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SCHOOL OF WITCHCRAFT AND WIZARDRY: If you're still waiting for Hogwarts to give you a shout, get in training now at this immersive team game. Grab your fellow Muggles and learn how to brew potions and defy the dark forces to become a witch or wizard. Will you work together to graduate from the school? Or will Voldemort come knocking? £30, prebook, 9.30pm

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Saturday 30 January

Eat street with Club Mexicana at Street Feast

TAKE ON TEXTILES: Get creative making your own printed textiles with Susannah at this Vintage Textile Printing Workshop. Use vintage Indian blocks to produce bespoke pieces in your own designs. All materials are provided, so just bring loads of creativity. Kids welcome too. £35, prebook, 10am-1pm

EVERY STREET IN SOHO: Conquer Soho in completist style by walking every street in Soho in a day with Pete Berthoud. Lots of history, oddities, and characters along the way plus the odd pub stop. £35+bkg, 10am-5pm

BEER BASH: Grab your pint by the horns at Saturday's Beer Hall Bash. There'll be live music, brewery tours and plenty of jerk chicken to munch on. There'll also be free pints going if you're quick. £5, prebook, 12pm

TEDxEASTEND: Following sell-out talks last year, TEDxEastEnd returns with an all-day event exploring Society Beyond Borders. Watch TED-style speakers, performances and pre-recorded TED talks on the East End of London, its creativity and innovation. £35-£65, prebook, 12pm-9pm

GRAFFITI WORKSHOP: Spray some art this Saturday in Notting Hill. Learn can control, shading and fading in this (completely legal) workshop to let out your Banksy side. All art supplies are provided, so just bring your ideas. £19, prebook, 1pm

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RUBY WAX WORLD: There's still a chance to see new show, Sane New World, from veteran comedian and mental health campaigner, Ruby Wax. This one-woman performance sold out on its UK tour, so catch her hilarious, informative take on mental health while you can. From £19.25, prebook, 3pm/7.30pm

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CAMDEN MUSIC LEGENDS: The soundtrack to Camden is a who's who of music talent. From Winehouse to Hendrix, Jagger and Barrett, hear how these icons shaped the worldwide music scene. You'll hear some of their best-loved songs on this walking tour and have a chance to visit famous Camden Market too. £14/£12, prebook, 3pm

EAT STREET: Street Feast at Hawker House is two floors of street traders in an indoor night market. Prawnography, Yum Bun, Club Mexicana and loads more pack out this huge warehouse, and with eight bars too, this is a whole night of food-based amazingness. Market entry: free before 7pm/£3 after, just turn up, 5pm-12am

PAINT THE KISS: Become a canvas master in this step by step painting class. All art materials are included (and free prosecco), so let your inner artist out as you're guided through how to paint one of the most romantic paintings, Gustav Klimt's The Kiss. Copy a perfect replica for someone you love or just do your own thing on canvas. Complete beginners welcome. £30, prebook, 7.30pm

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THE JOHN STEED BALL: Get your catsuit out for this swinging 60s ball in memory of Patrick Macnee, who played The Avengers's John Steed. With guests from 60s TV shows, DJ sets, a penthouse bar, charity auction and three-course banquet, consider your Saturday evening well and truly swinging, baby. £40, prebook, 7pm

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CEILIDH CLUB: If you missed out on Burns Night, never fear, Ceilidh Club is here to fill your boots with haggis, neeps and tatties. Swing round to the Gay Ggordons with Scotch music all night long, complete with a caller, and celebrate all things north of the boarder. £34, prebook, 8pm

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Sunday 31 January

Write alternative history at the National Maritime Museum. Image: Luke Agbaimoni

WRITE ALTERNATIVE HISTORY: What if we could rewrite the whole of history? Using the 17th century world of Samuel Pepys as inspiration, create alternative history in this one-day creative writing workshop. Join Jonathan Barnes at the National Maritime Museum to find out what makes a great piece of this popular strand of fiction. £50/£40, prebook, 10am-5pm

CELTS ART AND IDENTITY: It's your last chance to see Celts: Arts And Identity at the British Museum. From Iron Age beginnings to their influence on the modern UK, trace the rich history of the Celtic world in this exhibition. £16.50/£13, prebook, 10am-5.30pm

MUSIC FOR LUNCH: For a Sunday lunch with a difference, the 606 Club in Chelsea throws its doors open for live music and jazz lunch. Treat your ears and your tastebuds with two tasty courses and the soulful voice of Rachel Sutton. They even throw in a free glass of wine. £30, prebook, 1.30pm

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BLOOD: FROM CHAUCER TO DRACULA: A gory twist on your Sunday afternoon: learn about the blood-related themes in English literature with Dr Naomi Lightman. From The Canterbury Tales to Stoker's Dracula, explore how the red stuff is represented in famous texts. £12, prebook, 2pm-4pm

BIKE THE NIGHT THROUGH LONDON: See London at its beautiful best on this evening cycle past the iconic riverside of South Bank — from the modern of Millenium Bridge to the Dickens-esque, St Katharine Docks and then to the Houses of Parliament and Trafalgar Square, you can bike the night away. £25/£22, prebook, 3.30pm-6.30pm  

THE MAGIC HOUR: World-class magician, Tony Middleton, brings Victorian illusions that will astound and amaze to The Magic Hour at the Grand Royale. His combination of the supernatural and bizarre has captivated audiences with its homage to authentic parlour magic. £21.50, prebook, 5pm

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COMEDY: Oli Bettesworth brings his biting brand of funny to the Museum of Comedy. Hurtling towards 30, he attempts to make sense of the world with Sunshine, Lollipops And a Creeping Sense of Existential Terror, asking, "why can't everyone love you as much as you hate them?". £7, prebook, 7pm

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