Things To Do Today In London: Friday 22 July 2016

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Go on a Garden Bridge walking tour. Yes, we know it doesn't exist yet.

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Things to do today:

ATHLETICS: See the world's fastest man Usain Bolt compete alongside other Olympic and Paralympic stars before they go to the 2016 Rio Olympics at the Müller Anniversary Games in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. £20-£50 (+booking fee), book in advance, all day (until 23 July)

TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY: Striking photos from Travel Photographer of the Year are on display at the University of Greenwich. Free, just turn up, all day from 10am (until 4 September)

SICILY NIGHT: Explore over 4,000 years of the history of Sicily with wine tastings, music performance, flower mosaic workshops and poetry readings at the British Museum. Free, just turn up, 6pm

TIBETAN FILM SCREENING: Discover the heart-wrenching tale of Dorjee Tsering, the 16 year old boy who set himself on fire as a political statement. Following the screening, there will be a discussion featuring the director of A Mother's Son. Free, book in advance, 6.30pm

Kazakh Wedding by Timothy Allen.

LONDON WALKING TOUR: Discover the history of London on a fun walk encompassing the Garden Bridge's proposed start and finish. The proceeds from this event go towards the legal costs of stopping the building of the Garden Bridge. £5-£20, book in advance, 7pm

KOREAN HIPHOP GIG: Get hyped for Vasco and Black Nut, who are performing at Electrowerkz. Get there early and meet the artists themselves, and stay late to party the night away with them. £22.50-£38.50 (+booking fee), 7pm

SPOKEN WORD COMEDY: The Tongue Fu trio use spoken word, live music and ludicrous storytelling to create an evening of comedy. £10, book in advance, 7.30pm

DAVID BOWIE CABARET CIRCUS: Commemorate Ziggy's life with a range of Bowie-inspired circus acts, such as a straps performance inspired by Boys Keep Swinging. £14/Pay What You Decide, book in advance, 8pm

Good cause of the day

LGBT FUNDRAISER: Mr Ties is hosting a fundraiser with Kaleidoscope Trust at Phonox in Brixton. £5/£10, book in advance/just turn up, 8pm-1.30am (DJs start at 10pm)

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Our daily pick of Funzing events

BEAUTY PRODUCT WORKSHOP: Be both environmentally AND fashion-friendly by learning how to make completely organic and natural beauty products. £29, 30 July/6 August

OLIVER TWIST TOUR: Follow in the footsteps of Victorian literature on a tour from Angel to Farringdon. £12, 31 July/ 11/29 August