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Things to do today:
BRITAIN-NEPAL 200: Celebrating Britain-Nepal bicentenary celebrations, ZSL Institute of Zoology presents a day of talks on Conservation In Nepal. Hear case studies on key conservation programmes and presentations from major figures in ecosystem protection. Various prices, prebook, 9.30am
VINTAGE STYLING TOUR: Spoil yourself with a personal vintage shopping trip in Shoreditch. Stylist, Eve, will guide you through the racks in a selection of the capital's best vintage stores. Discover the best era for your body shape and find how to style your outfits for true time-gone-by chic. £40, prebook, 2pm
GREENWICH COOKERY CLUB: Cook up a storm at Friday's supper club. Learn the basics of a tasty range of dishes as everyone cooks and eats together in this informal setting. Will you pick up hints for huevos or tips for tatins at tonight's European food-themed evening? £39, prebook, 6.30pm
ALICE IN COMIC LAND: From John Tenniel illustrations to Disney, graphic novels and manga, Alice has had many incarnations since her first appearance in Wonderland. Join Paul Gravett at the British Library as he explores the curiouser and curiouser interpretations of Alice in Comic Land. £10, prebook, 6.30pm
COMEDY: For old school laughs Bloomsbury’s Museum of Comedy celebrates 50 years since hit comedy radio show, Round The Horne. With original scripts, this live laugh fest has great reviews, so get your vintage giggles going. £21.50, prebook, 7pm
SISTER ACT 2 WITH A GOSPEL CHOIR: Sister Mary Clarence is back and this time she's got competition. Not only are Deptford Film Club and St Nicholas Church screening the second Sister Act sequel, Back In The Habit, but it's accompanied by a live set from St Nicholas Gospel Choir. Oh Happy Day indeed. £6-10, prebook, 7pm
CLIMATE LABORATORIES: Climate change is one of the planet's biggest challenges. Join Dame Julia Slingo, Met Office Chief Scientist at The Royal Institution, as she discusses key processes controlling the cimate system and examines how they're encapsulated into climate models. £18/£15, prebook, 7.50pm
I LOVE THE 90s: Grab a cone bra à la Madonna or your red Baywatch swimsuit at The Boarderline's I Love The 90s 9th birthday party. Expect Britpop, girl power and maybe Boom Shake the Room. All together now, "Backstreet's back, alright". £7/£5, just turn up, 11pm
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Good cause of the day
Raising funds for YMCA, this Friday's Sleep Easy challenges you to spend a night sleeping rough. Join one of two London Sleep Outs to show you care about the issues faced by the capital's homeless population. Enter a shelter building competition, enjoy entertainment and games. Dig out your thermals and spend a night on the street supporting YMCA. See website for details and locations. £17, 26 February, 7pm-6am,