Things To Do In London Today: Friday 10 June 2016

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PRIDE FESTIVAL: Starting today, Pride in London, begins with a host of tours, music, dating and performances. Download the Pride app from their website to ensure you don't miss out on the packed programme. Various prices, prebook, until 26 June

QUEEN'S TEA: Drop into Harrods for its special Queen's 90th Birthday Tea. The selection of cute morsels have been created by cake genius, Fiona Cairns, and includes crown-decked sponges, corgi-shaped shortbread and even an homage to Ma'am's favourite yellow hat. £39, prebook, noon-6pm, until 19 June

SECRET KAYAK: Grab your paddle and get ready to thrash through London's canals this Friday as you Kayak the Canal. From Limehouse to Crate Brewery, the 6km route takes you through wildlife-packed banks with a professional instructor on hand and the promise of pizza at the end. £36, prebook, 6.30pm-10.30pm

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WATERSTONES SESSIONS: Their monthly music night at Tottenham Court Road returns with special guest, Mystery Jets' William Rees, plus Henry Bennett and Guy le Crow. £3, prebook, 7pm    

RETRO DINNER: The Museum Of Brands invites you to step back in time at this retro dinner. With taste bud ticklers by Grubclub and Mr PigStuff, enjoy a seven-course menu and exclusive access to the museum. £45, prebook, 7pm    

MET CHOIR: The Met Police have been up to more than solving crime. Since 1872, they've been in great voice and tonight, the Metropolitan Police Choir present their summer concert at St Sepulchre's Church, Holborn. £10, prebook, 7.30pm    

DANCE: Explore folk law and fairy tales through dance in Unexpected Tales at artsdepot. The Jazz Dance Company bring their talent and energy to Grimm's classic tales. £17, prebook, 7.30pm    

SPICE GIRLS PARTY: Is it really 20 years since the most famous female five in pop sang Wannabe? If you're up for a night of 90s, get your zig-a-zig-ah (whatever it actually means) and Buffalo platforms over to Mode for this Spice Girls Party. £8.50-£16.94, prebook, 10pm-3am  

Good cause of the day

It's a while away, but tickets are getting snapped up already for this year's Dream Ball at Lancaster House. Raising funds for the Prince's Trust and Big Change Charitable Trust, this black tie ball is themed around aspiration and inspiring young people to achieve. Hosted by Anton Du Beke and featuring live music, an auction and raffle, grab your place for one of the summer's biggest charity events. £250-£1,000, prebook, 6.30pm, 7 July 2016

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Keep rolling at Will's sushi class

ROLL WITH SOME SUSHI: Having grown up in a Chinese restaurant and run three of his own, Will knows a thing or two about Asian cuisine. He'll guide you step-by-step through making and rolling sushi, preparing the fillings and forming the parcels. Delicious. £35, prebook, 5.30pm, 24 June

Spying and drinking, you naughty thing..

PUZZLE AND PUB CRAWL: Thinker, Drinker, Solver, Spy livens up the usual pub crawl with an espionage themed puzzle in central London. Meet near Tottenham Court Road before getting your problem solving skills on.  £15, prebook, 4.30pm, 25 June

Join Eve to discover some vintage secrets

VINTAGE STYLING TOUR: Spoil yourself with a personal vintage shopping trip in Shoreditch. Stylist Eve will guide you through the racks in a selection of the capital's best vintage stores. Discover the best era for your body shape and find how to style your outfits for true time-gone-by chic. £20, prebook, 2pm, 12 June