Things To Do Today: Thursday 24 March 2016

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Come face-to-face with nature in Harringey's parks and gardens (see below) Image: John "K"

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Things to do today:

HARINGEY WALKING TOUR: Not one, but four walking tours take place in Haringey today as part of Find Your London Festival. This northern London borough's packed with green spaces, including Parkland Walk Nature Reserve, so it's a pleasure to walk around while enjoying the fresh air. Free, just turn up, 9.30am (Sponsored listing)

LEARN THE UKULELE: Learn to play a tune on a ukulele in just one hour under Lorraine's guidance. She'll get you plinking from the get-go, showing you how to hold, strum and master a tune or two. You don't even have to own a uke as they're provided. £28, prebook, 6.45pm

EAST LONDON SUFFRAGETTES: Sarah Jackson launches her latest book — an astonishing collection of first-hand accounts of Sylvia Pankhurst's East London Federation Of Suffragettes — at Housmans bookshop, King's Cross. £3 (redeemable against purchase), just turn up, 7pm

BATMAN EVENT: Root out your Lycra and throw on your tights for this fancy dress screening of 1989's Batman at The Water Poet, in aid of MS Trust. Fancy dress is strongly encouraged as are 80s dance moves at the after-movie disco. £5, prebook, 7pm

CRACK THE CASE: Turn Sherlock this Thursday and try to solve a crime at this interactive forensics workshop at the Museum Of London. Forensic Outreach will lead you through the techniques of digital crime-fighting, teaching you skills and challenging you to test them in a quest against the clock. £36, prebook, 7pm

Discover the ethics in Star Wars you can, at Conway Hall. Image: angelo yap

STAR WARS: Is Obi-Wan Kenobi a spirit guide or a radical preacher inciting terror? Are god and the devil represented by the two sides of the Force? Head to Conway Hall for London Thinks: The Theology And Ethics Of Star Wars, an analysis into the films' key moments. £5-£10, prebook, 7.30pm

MOULIN ROUGE SCREENING: Former music hall The Clapham Grand is the perfect place to watch this 2001 epic. Get in the bank holiday spirit with the Moulin Rouge drinking game, absinthe cocktails, popcorn and more. 50p (film screening ticket), prebook, 7.30pm

COMEDY: Razor sharp and politically savvy, Jena Friedman has written for the Tonight Show, and knows her comedy onions. Tonight she's being an American C*nt at Soho Theatre. £15/£12.50 prebook, 7.30pm

GYPSY JAZZ: Head to The Shed at Kansas Smithy's for globe-trotting gypsy swing manouche trio, Trio Manouche (see what they did there). Start the long weekend with their brand of vibrant party tunes.  £5, prebook, 8pm

SECRET SUNDAZE: If you're not in work tomorrow, go all out with a full night of music at Secretsundaze. Take things deep at Village Underground with Ryan Elliott,  K-Hand and east London DJ Jane Fitz. Set the scene for your Easter celebrations at this party until 6am. £5, prebook, 10pm

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Good cause of the day

If your kids could choose your clothes for the day, how would they style you? Find out by taking part in Dressed By The Kids Day for Oxfam. Request a free information pack and let your mini Gok Wans go wild. Visit the Oxfam website for your free registration pack and information. Dressed By The Kids Day takes place on 29 April 2016