Things To Do In London Today: Thursday 3 March 2016

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Things to do today:

LUNCH MARKET: Fill your foodie boots at Guildhall's lunch market. More than 20 stalls serve tasty world cuisine, including Japanese, Greek, Jamaican and Korean — plus loads of sweet morsels for afters. Free, just turn up, 12pm-2.30pm

SPINE FESTIVAL: Children can get stuck into this create and craft session at Maida Vale Library, as part of World Book Day, whether it's making their favourite book character or creating a new one. Suitable for ages 3-12. Free, just turn up, 4pm

Feast on jazz at tonight's Elmore Jam supper club.

SUNDANCE FILM: The Water Poet presents a screening of 2014 Sundance movie, Appropriate Behaviour, directed by and starring Desiree Akhaven. The Overlook Screening Room kicks off its female film season with this warm and funny lesbian rom com. Free, just turn up, 7pm

SUPPER CLUB: The Elmore Jam brings jazz to your table at tonight's supper club in Islington. Chef Jonas Lodge whips up a sumptuous four-course meal while you relax to a lively soundtrack. Bring your own drink too — it's like going to a friend's house, but jazzier. £41, prebook, 7.30pm

SHORT FILM: Next Of Kin — seven short films exploring the concept of family — heads to the screen at tonight's Shorts On Tap. it's on a 93 Feet East, where there's also networking and drinks. £3, prebook, 7.30pm

STORY JAM: Get stuck on this south London storytelling evening at Canvas and Cream. Tonight's word wrangling comes courtesy of Clare Murphy, Ana Lines and Richard Trouncer with tales including The Barbecued Husband and The Man Wreathed in Seaweed. £8/£6, just turn up, 7.30pm

COMEDY: The Kardashians Made Me Do It, claims Shazia Mirza in her new show about life, love and Jihadi brides. At Soho Theatre. £12.50-£17.50, until 5 March (7.30pm), and from 21-25 March (8.45pm)

DANCE: Sadler's Wells hosts this night of new dance, inspired by Pepa Ubera's work, The Palest Light. Pepa will also perform in collaboration with Josefina Camus and Simone Salvatici. £17, prebook, 8pm

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Good cause of the day

Following his critically acclaimed A Room With A Stew, Stewart Lee headlines Hilarity For Charity at Leicester Square Theatre on 3 March. In aid of South London Cares, a community network aiming to reduce loneliness in the community. John Kearns, Earl Okin and Eleanor Tiernan get in on the action too. £20-£23, prebook, 7pm