Things To Do In London: Wednesday 23 March 2016

Today's Things To Do is sponsored by Roundhouse, whose CircusFest runs 4-24 April — scroll down to find out more.

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Make your own scrumptious truffles at today's chocolate workshop (see below). Image: Oliyh

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Things to do today:

REVEALING THE LOW LINE: Discover a new side to Bankside with this guided walk of the Low Line initiative. Explore the spaces along the viaduct connecting London Bridge and Waterloo stations and see the plans for the area's future. Part of Find Your London Festival. Free, prebook, 12.30pm (Sponsored listing)

CELLO MASTERCLASS: Trinity Laban presents two chances to hear talented cellist, Tomas Jamik give a masterclass, followed by a recital featuring music by Dvorak. Take this opportunity to see rising music stars perform popular pieces. Free, just turn up, 5pm/6.30pm

CHOCOLATE WORKSHOP: How do you get from the bean to the bar? Find out at this Shoreditch chocolate workshop. Mould, dip and decorate your own Easter egg truffles. Then make your own chocolate egg and personalise it. Either wrap it up for a present or dig into it there and then. £26.94, prebook, 6.30pm

OUR LONDON: Foyles book shop hosts Our London: Living, a conversation about what it means to be living in this diverse city. Featuring panellists including Liz Fekete, activist Adam Eliot-Cooper, and Ash Sarkar. £8, prebook, 6.30pm

WHISKY TASTING: Head to Greenwich's The Mitre for a Wednesday evening full to the brim with whisky. You'll sample six different types, with canapes to compliment, while learning about the production of the 'water of life'. £30, prebook, 7pm

GO WEST YOUNG MAN: Join Andrew Johnston, grandson of Edward Johnston — creator of the Underground typeface, as he reveals insights to his grandfather's fascinating life. Hear how a trip to the Wild West helped inspire him, at London Transport Museum. £10, prebook, 7pm

CRICK CRACK CLUB: There are fairy tales for adults courtesy of professional storyteller, Hugh Lupton, at tonight's Crick Crack Club. Hear him weave his mysterious tales around Arthur Ransome, author and former spy, at The Forge £10/£8, prebook, 7.30pm

SPANISH MUSIC: Sands Films welcomes the first UK performance of this seven-piece Spanish band El Naan. This exciting group from Castile bring their spirited sounds to Sands Film Studios in Rotherhithe. £14 +booking fee, prebook, 7.30pm

TWILIGHT TOUR: Explore the gothic stateliness of Horace Walpole's castle, Strawberry Hill House, after dark. From its theatrical hall to the spectacular gallery, see the inspiration behind The Castle of Otranto on this twilight tour. £20, prebook, 8pm

COMEDY: Ride the funniest form of transport at Laugh Train Home in Battersea's The Four Thieves. Tonight get your giggles with Iain Stirling, Jenny Collier and Robyn Perkins. Your ticket even entitles you to £7 pizza. £6, prebook, 8.15pm

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Catch three weeks of spectacular circus at Roundhouse

Don't miss the very best in contemporary acrobatics, aerial feats and more at CircusFest this April.

For three weeks, this unique venue will become a brick Big Top and play host to extraordinary performances from the thriving international circus scene.

Be wowed by major world premieres, brand-new productions and cutting-edge street dance. Then join in the fun at the CircusFest Take Part Weekend, with aerial skills sessions, hula hoop workshops, acrobatics masterclasses and contemporary dance jams. Check out the festival trailer here.

Book CircusFest 2016 now — 4-24 April.

Today's Things To Do In London is sponsored by Roundhouse.

Good cause of the day

It's still a bit chilly for spring so get cosy for Brain Tumour Research, with tomorrow's Wear A Hat Day. Whether you're a beanie or baseball type, pop a hat on your head for this great cause. Visit their website for loads of hat-tastic ideas for this Thursday. Register online, 24 March 2016