Things To Do In London: Wednesday 6 April 2016

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See the history of the East End in photos today. Image: Nicky Napkins

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Things to do today:

RICH MIX ANNIVERSARY: As a celebration of Rich Mix's 10 year anniversary, photographer Paul Trevor has chosen 25 of his favourite East End images from the 1970s to the present day. See this history of the area from today. Free, just turn up, 9am

DASH OR DAWDLE: Will you choose to dash or dawdle your way through Clerkenwell on this Museum of Walking pub- crawl-meets-quiz? Grab a group, a camera phone and get cracking the clues. £10, prebook, 12pm/6pm

HUMAN RIGHTS IN EUROPE: Sir Geoffrey Nice QC has worked extensively in human rights law since 1971. Tonight he heads to Barnard's Inn Hall to discuss how the UK being in or out of Europe will affect human rights. Free, prebook,  6pm

SPRING INTO LOVE: Bagri Foundation presents a unique performance involving Indian music, painting and storytelling — celebrating love in all its forms. Expect powerful music and enthralling stories at Brunei Gallery. £15-£25, prebook, 7pm

Find out more about the Serengeti with Sean B Carroll at the Royal Institution. Image: James F Clay

THE SERENGETI RULES: Discover more about the Serengeti at this Royal Institution lecture. Internationally recognised biologist Sean B Carroll reveals the simples rules governing all life of earth and explores why modern biology holds the key to solving some of our greatest challenges. £14/£10, prebook, 7pm

SWEET MUSIC: Fusing folk and urban traditions of her Zambian homeland and her Scottish roots, Namvula crosses musical boundaries with honesty and lyricism. Hear her in the cosy surroundings of Sands Films's cinema in Rotherhithe. £14 (including a hot drink), prebook, 7.45pm

COMEDY: Things get RAW at Angel Comedy tonight. Come and support first-time stand up comedians and experienced acts testing out new material — you never know who you might see. Free, just turn up, 8pm

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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