Things To Do In London Today: Monday 1 August 2016

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Today's Things To Do is sponsored by Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today.

Learn about punk culture at the BFI. Photo by Max Gor in the Londonist Flickr pool.

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Things to do today:

HISTORY OF NATURE EXHIBITION: Explore the bright colours of nature and learn how animals' sight varies from ours at the Natural History Museum's exhibition Colour and Vision. £10.80, advance booking recommended, from 10am (until 6 November)

YOUTH FILMMAKING WORKSHOP: The BFI is holding a film workshop week for 16-25 year olds as part of Punk London. The four-day workshop covers everything from sound design to the history of punk film, before you get the chance to make your own short punk film. £20 (for the four-day course), book in advance, 11am

IDIOT WORKSHOP: Embrace your inner idiot with performer Lucy Hopkins in a three-hour workshop. Whether you want to get into performing or just have a laugh, this class at Rich Mix is suitable for everybody age 12+. Free (£1.50 booking fee), book in advance, noon

YOGA & CHAI: Finish your Monday refreshed with a yoga class followed by a spicy mug of masala chai at 71a Gallery in Shoreditch. £10, book in advance, 6.30pm

JENGA DATING: Before building a relationship with someone, build blocks with them. Head to The Tenbells in Shoreditch to play Jenga with other singles. £10-12, book in advance, 7pm

SUPPER CLUB: Tingle your tastebuds with an earth-themed menu at Jar Kitchen, Drury Lane. Wine will be matched to each course and there will be a wine expert in attendance to explain why. £50 (or £35 without drinks), book in advance, 7pm

CRAFT WORKSHOP: Get your stitch on at Drink, Shop & Do's evening of cross stitch embroidery. £11.50, book in advance, 7pm

INTERACTIVE 1940S JAZZ: Jump and jive at the final night of Swing Out at the Southbank Centre. Learn how to get your groove on 1940s style with professional swing dancers Simon Selmon and Anna Lambrechts. £12.50 (+booking fee), book in advance, 7.30pm

PUNK FILM: Provocateur Bruce La Bruce explores queer punk subculture in his 1991 film No Skin Off My Ass. £8.35-11.75, book in advance, 8.45pm

Immerse yourself in Latin American art

Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today, at the South London Gallery. Photo by Andy Stagg.

Explore the beauty of Latin America through beautiful artworks from over 40 Latin American artists.

South London Gallery will display a range of multimedia, painted and performance works from the 1970s to the present, exploring a range of pressing themes, like the effects of colonial history.

The exhibition, which was made possible by a collaboration with New York's Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, hopes to enable the viewer to imagine different possible futures.

Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today is on display until 4 September at the South London Gallery, 65-67 Peckham Road, SE5 8UH. Entry to the exhibition is free. Find out more at

Good cause of the day

ECOSOCIAL & FILM: Network with the Environmental Investigation Agency and watch a film about the illegal ivory trade at Radicals and Victuallers, Islington. Free, just turn up, 7pm

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