Today's Things To Do In London is sponsored by Sport Relief — scroll down to find out more about the free festival at Olympic Park on 20 March.
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Things to do today:
ART IN EAST LONDON: Discover the street art scene in east London on this tour with Jesse. From its past as a criminal underworld, to its hipster present day incarnation, you'll see street art pieces from some of the world's most exciting graffiti artists, including Bansky, Space Invader and C215. £12, prebook, 11am
PILLOW TALK: Head to Brixton East Gallery for Pillow Talk — Conversations With Women, featuring the work of over 60 artists in a transparent geodesic dome. Visitors are invited to relax, read the material and share their own experiences. Free, just turn up, 11am-5pm
CINEMA WALK: Take a walk in the footsteps of Charlie Chaplin on this tour of South London film history. Beginning in Kennington, Tramp And Caine explores the streets, from the East Street Market of Chaplin before his film career to Michael Caine's Walworth Road. Free, prebook, 6pm
OCEANS BEYOND EARTH: Where can we find life beyond Earth? Discover the possibility of life on other planets with Dr Kevin Hand, the Deputy Chief Scientist for Solar System Exploration at NASA, at the Royal Institution. He'll discuss the science behind the oceans on Jupiter and Saturn and the possibility of life beyond Earth. £14/£10, prebook, 7pm
FREE COMEDY: Get your chuckling muscles ready for Oh Boy, Comedy, the Rose and Crown's weird and absurd comedic mix. This Tuesday, welcome Ben Target, Arthur Turner, Matt Hutson and Thom Barrett, plus loads more. Free, just turn up, 7.30pm
BARBICAN JAZZ: Barbican Jazz Club hosts an evening of jazz, Motown and soul. Enjoy classic tunes from Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse and Diana Ross, plus lots more, while you munch cheese and sip wine (incuded in ticket price). £40, prebook, 7.30pm
COMEDY: See Edinburgh hopefuls try out at Comic Reserve at Pleasance Theatre. Help decide which comic master deserves a prime slot this summer. Laughs guanteed as well as the opportunity to see some of the UK's future comic stars. £6, prebook, 7.45pm
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Enjoy free family fun at Sport Relief
Whether you're donning a tracksuit or sticking with jeans, head to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on 20 March for a fabulous free day out with Sport Relief.
Thousands of people, including a host of famous faces, have signed up to walk, run, swim or cycle for Sport Relief. Even if you're not getting a sweat on, there's still loads on offer.
While you're not cheering on friends, family and celebrities like Greg James, Jo Brand and The Wanted's Jay McGuinness, head to the event village. There'll be non-stop music and entertainment and a bunch of fun activities, including skipping, ball ponds, a West Ham football hub and face painting for the little ones.
You can also have a go at breaking some world records yourself, spurred on by former Olympian James Cracknell. And remember that every penny raised from Sport Relief funds vital projects in London and beyond.
Put Sport Relief in your diary now.
Today's Things To Do In London is sponsored by Sport Relief.
Good cause of the day
Boxing For Breast Cancer Care takes place next Wednesday at The Clapham Grand. Grab yourself ringside seats and watch the friendly fights in aid of the only UK-wide charity providing care, support and information for those affected by breast cancer. It's a punch up for a good cause, so cheer on the brave boxers in this adrenaline-packed night out. Tickets for Boxing For Breast Cancer Care from £30, Wednesday 23 March.