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Things to do today:
MEN'S FASHION TOUR: Uncover the secrets of Savile Row and find out what it really takes to make a bespoke men's suit. £20, book in advance, 10am
DARCEY BUSSELL: Hear Darcey Bussell, ballerina and president of the Royal Academy of Dance, in conversation with Sir David Tang, followed by an audience Q&A. £10 (+booking fee), book in advance, 6.30pm
WHISKY-JAZZ TASTING: Does sound affect flavour? Pop down to Kansas Smitty's in Broadway Market to see if melody and tempo have an impact on your dram. £8, book in advance, 6.30pm
BLUES AND BBQ: Gorge on smokehouse ribs, sip bourbon and soak up the sounds of live blues, at Low, Slow & Juke, nestled between Westminster and Victoria. Then party on with an awesome Motown playlist. Free entry, book in advance, 7pm
SPOKEN WORD: Head to Pop Brixton for a line up of poets, musicians and DJs for a novel creative experience. £8/10, book in advance/just turn up, 7.30pm
FILM SCREENING: Watch The Mission, a documentary about the UN and the Dutch ministries of defence and foreign affairs. Proceeded by a Q&A with Colonel Joost de Woof, the man who the film follows. £10, book in advance, 7.30pm
QUARTET PERFORMANCE: For the Sacconi Quartet's 15th anniversary, they're playing pieces by Mozart and Mendelssohn. They'll also be joined by acclaimed tenor Mark Padmore for the London premiere of In Damascus. £16.50-34.50, book in advance, 7.30pm
INTERACTIVE QUIZ: Test your knowledge and make new friends with an action-packed quiz and raucous games at The Phoenix in Oxford Circus. £7, book in advance/just turn up, 7.30pm
ADDICTION TALK: Listen to Professor Marc Lewis and journalist Johann Hari discuss whether or not addiction is a disease at Conway Hall Ethical Society. £10, book in advance, 7.30pm
FEMALE CIRCUS CABARET: Feast your eyes on a circus/comedy/live art fusion at Jacksons Lane, Highgate. Highlights include beatboxing, acrobatics and aerial hooping. £14/Pay What You Decide, book in advance, 8pm
INTERNATIONAL COMEDY NIGHT: Laugh away the Brexit blues with a night of giggles, featuring comedians from Japan, Romania and Jamaica, just to name a few. We heard a special guest is going too... Free, just turn up, 8pm
Good cause of the day
POP UP BOUTIQUE: If you're passing by Old Street station, check out Shelter Boutique which is aiming to raise £10k to help fight homelessness across London. Splurge on designer items and raise money for charity. Free, just turn up, all day (until 24 July)
Our daily pick of Funzing events
TRAMPOLINE FITNESS WORKOUT: Burn up to 1,200 calories with a low impact, high energy workout in Finchley. Bounce around on a trampoline and improve your cardiovascular health. £12, 16/23 July
CHILDREN'S COOKERY CLUB: Letting your little ones loose in the kitchen isn't always a bad idea, especially after they've learnt how to make a healthy meal from scratch. Greenwich Pantry's two-hour class will teach your kids about flavours, recipes and cookery techniques. £25, 16 July/ 17 September/ 8 October/ 12 November