Things To Do In London: Wednesday 6 January 2016

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Things to do today:

FILM: SUNSET SONG: Terence Davies directs the beautiful Sunset Song. The story follows Chris (Agyness Deyn) from childhood in a hard rural community, to motherhood in Aberdeen. Catch it at the London Jewish Cultural Centre, JW3 Cinema. £5- £12, book tickets, Until 7 January, various times — see website

PROJECT AWESOME: If you're looking to get fit in 2016, get a 'power boost of positivity' at Project Awesome's fitness movement at The Scoop, Tower Bridge. Perfect for a feel-good January! Every Wednesday, prebook, 6.30am

SOUTHBANK ROLLER DISCO: Get your skates on for a post-Christmas work out at Bump Rollerdisco on the South Bank. Both kids and adults can enjoy whirling round this mobile rink. £10/£7.50 (including skate hire), prebook, until 17 January, 11am-11pm

QUARTER CLUB: This regular networking meet-up at Topolski aims to support women working in the creative industries and turns one today. With their third, and biggest event yet, centred on the theme of satisfaction, there'll be free-flowing prosecco, food, and other birthday treats. Enjoy great guests and discussions from women within the network. £17, prebook, 6.30pm.

COMEDY: Seymour Mace was nominated for this year’s best show at Edinburgh and is, apparently, ‘Niche as F*ck’. Decide for yourself at Soho Theatre. £10-£15, prebook, until 16 January, 7.30pm

STAND UP COMEDY: The Camden Head presents Lou Sanders and Grainne Maguire in their brand new stand up shows tonight, £3, prebook, 7.45pm

TRANS-SIBERIAN MARCH BAND: If you like your music big and Balkan, you'll love the high-energy of the Trans-Siberian March Band. Their booming brass also features clarinets, strings and spectacular costumes — making for a memorable night at Rich Mix, Bethnal Green. Free, just turn up, 8pm

JUMPING FITNESS: Getting fit doesn't have to be gruesome, it can be bouncy with Jumping Fitness Trampoline Workout. Try it in Uxbridge tonight (other locations around London on other dates also available) and leave sweaty and happy. £12, prebook, 8pm

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Good cause of the day

Help raise money for sexual health charity Brook, and have a laugh while doing it. The line-up of this comedy fundraiser — called Sex Appeal Five — includes Ava Vidal, Sara Pascoe, Bec Hill, David Baddiel, Richard Herring, Shazia Mirza and Nish Kumar. Sexy. Tickets cost £20, on sale now. It's at Conway Hall on 16 January.

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