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Things to do today:
WARHOL EXHIBITION: For the first time, Halcyon Gallery presents an exhibition devoted entirely to the work of Pop Art king Andy Warhol. Spanning his entire career from 1950s illustrations to his untimely death in 1987, walk through portraits of iconic figures, consumerist canvases and one of his final pieces, Anatom (Rado Watches). Free, just turn up, 10am (11am on Sunday)
LAND OF THE LIONS: Roar into ZSL London Zoo's newest feline exhibit, Land of the Lions. Get up close to the endangered big cats and learn more about their natural habitat and the threats they face, as well as conservation projects that are happening to save them. £24.25/£17.60, prebook, 10am-6pm
UPCYCLE YOUR LIFE: Wake up your wardrobe with AfroRetro's UpCycling Workshop at Drink, Shop and Do. Bring your unloved t-shirt (or buy one there for an extra £3) and print a new design for it or give it a complete make-over with fabric ink. Creative and kind to the planet all in one. £18, prebook, 6pm/8pm
WIZARD OF OZ: Feel like you're not in Kansas any more at Chapel Cinema with 1939 classic The Wizard Of Oz. Join Dorothy and Toto as they crash into Oz, making friends with Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion — and trying to avoid the clutches of the Wicked Witch of the West. Free, prebook, 6.45pm
HORROR CLUB PLUS COMEDY: Genesis Cinema gets spooky with a Folk Horror Cinema Club screening of Hammer classic The Devil Rides Out, starring one of film's creepiest actors, Christopher Lee. It's followed by comedians Robin Ince and Anna Savoy, putting a comic spin on the occult. £8.50, prebook, 7.30pm
HIMALAYAS — ONE YEAR ON: Himalaya veterans Pete Burrell and Valerie Parkinson host a special evening at the Royal Institution Of Great Britain, where they'll be reflecting on their extensive travels in the Himalayas and how the area is rebuilding itself after last year's earthquakes — with the help of the Emergency Earthquake Appeal. £5, prebook, 7.30pm
MUSEUM SHOW OFF: Cafe 1001 shows a different side to museums tonight with its twist on cabaret. Museum Showoff features lively performances from current and ex-museum staff, talking through their time in the industry, from being drunk in museums to mummies, Obama and Tampon Day. £5, prebook, 7.30pm
Good cause of the day
Junkyard Golf Club invite you to join them in Shoreditch for an evening of crazy golf, eats, beats and booze — in aid of Love Support Unite. They're aiming to raise £10,000 to build their own Junkyard School in Malawi, so grab your club and tee off at London's newest course made entirely from rubbish. £9.50, prebook, various slots from 6pm, 24 May 2016