Things To Do In London Today: Friday 29 April 2016

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Walk on the wild side in Camberwell today. Image: Steve Reed

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Things to do today:

WALK SOUTH: Explore south of the river this morning on a CoolWalks stroll. Starting at Camberwell Library, wind your way through stories of the area's freedom fighters from the past. Free, just turn up, 11am

FOOD MARKET: All types of tasty morsels take over Southbank Food Market. Even if you're not hungry, visit Southbank Centre Square and inhale the scrumptious smells and see the colourful cuisines. Free, just turn up, 12pm

BREXIT: Can Londoners live without the EU? Join the Brexit conversation at LSE tonight.What would leaving mean to over one million EU citizens who live in London? A panel of experts discuss the pros and cons — at the Old Theatre. Free, just turn up, 6pm

V&A LATE: It's Friday Lates at the V&A and tonight it's all going a bit baroque. Listen to courtly gossip, do a Versailles dance-off and discover the power and revolution in Eurpoean culture at this special after-hours event. Free, just turn up, 6.30pm

Will wants you to make like it's the 90s tonight (see below). Image: Hobbs School/ Creative Commons

COMEDY: With over 30 years of fine comedy behind it, Banana Cabaret Comedy know just what tickles your funny bone. Mick Ferry, Adam Bloom, Stefano Paolini and others will be at The Bedford tonight. £15.40, prebook, 7.30pm

BERNSTEIN NIGHT: St James Studio's Festival Of Cabaret is in full swing this evening with a night dedicated to the work of Leonard Bernstein. Join broadcaster Edward Seckerson, musical director Jason Carr, and West End star Sophie-Louise Dann as they pay tribute to the talented composer. £20-£25, prebook, 8pm

TEABOX JAZZ: Relax into the long weekend with the sounds of David Williamson Trio at The Tea Box. Upbeat jazz by musicians with over 20 years playing experience. Sounds like our cup of tea. £5, just turn up, 8pm

FROMAGE ON ICE 90S: Swing round the ice like 90s icons, Torvill and Dean, while toe tapping (and triple toe looping) to a soundtrack of the best and worst 90s tunes. It can only be Fromage on Ice. Get your skates on before it sells out. £9.40, prebook, 8.30pm

Good cause of the day

There's still time to get involved in the British Red Cross Red Shoe Walk this May. Supporting people in need worldwide, from refugee crises to victims of terror attacks, the British Red Cross has been doing good since 1863. Throw on your red threads and get ready to walk an adventure through the heart of London, with games and activities along the way. Registration costs just £10 and you can sign up on the British Red Cross website. 7 May