Things To Do In London: Tuesday 23 February 2016

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Think Greek for today's dinner, paired with beer (see below). Image: The Hungry Donkey

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Things to do today:

ANTIQUES HUNTING: Bring your inner bargainer and join Jacina for a morning as a professional antiques hunter. She'll show you how to negotiate over 700 stalls at Kempton Market, sending you on a "treasure hunt" to test your David Dickinson-style skills. She also has loads of tips on repairing and up-cycling any finds. £7, prebook, 9am

LUNCHTIME TUNES: The Old Royal Naval College — a perfect backdrop for the relaxing sounds of the Piatti Quartet. These multi award-winning young musicians bring their tuneful beauty to Greenwich this lunchtime. Free, just turn up, 1.05pm

GREEK CRAFT BEER AND FOOD: Beer maestro Tom Harrow shares his wise words on food pairing over a four-course Greek banquet at The Hungry Donkey. With two craft beers (from Greek microbreweries) per course, there's plenty of chances to taste what works best with these delicious Greek morsels. £32, prebook, 6pm

RIBA LECTURE: In the UK for the first time in seven years, Pritzker Prize Laureate Shigeru Ban discusses his work on global disaster relief projects — most recently his 2015 Nepal Project — at RIBA, Portland Place. £12, prebook, 7pm

Will Marilyn be in tonight's movie? Image: Alessandro Pautasso

MOVIE NIGHT: Large screen, leather sofas, free popcorn and wine — you'll feel like it's still the weekend at The Pack And Carriage's movie night. Vote for your favourite movies from Some Like It Hot, Raging Bull, Pulp Fiction or Blue Velvet; the two with the most votes get screened. £12/£15, prebook, 7pm

MIGRATION LAB: Throw yourself into an evening exploring the potential to build collective futures at the Design Museum. Its collaboration with the Learning Lab invites you to join designer-led sessions on 'bodging', to meet volunteers who've been distributing first aid in Lesbos and engage in discussions on global citizenship and creativity. £6, prebook, 7pm

GOSPEL: MOBO Awards judge Steve Smith has handpicked a line-up of British black gospel artists for a showcase in the basement of Peckham's CLF Art Cafe. Performers include Leroy Johnson, Kieron Bygrave, Sabrina Paul and Fiona Yorke. Free, just turn up, 7.30pm

RETRO TECH COMEDY: Feel the love for all things Casio at the Backyard Comedy Club in Bethnal Green, with Matt Parker, Helen Arney, Steve Mould, Andrew Hunter Murray and more. £11.11/£8.88, prebook, 7.30pm

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Good cause of the day

Heroes of hilarity, Loose Brie, host the Mencap Comedy Showcase at The Kirkland Centre on 5 March. Expect silliness, comedy songs, clowning with Lou Sanders (Russell Howard's Good News) and Fringe favourite Helen Duff plus loads more. With some of the best bar prices we've seen in ages and the a chance to help one of the country's leading charities for those with learning disabilities, get yourself to this event next weekend.