Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 6 July 2016

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Oriental Poppies by Georgia O'Keeffe. Credit: Tate Modern

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Things to do today:

TATE MODERN EXHIBITION: The exhibition of Georgia O'Keeffe, mother of American Modernism, opens today. Fun fact: O'Keeffe's 1932 Jimson Weed/ White Flower No.1 is the world's most expensive painting by a woman, selling for almost £33.5m. Tickets are £19, just turn up, all day (until 30 October 2016)

SCIENCE/ART EXHIBTION: View artworks inspired by algorithms, and explore the chaos and order seen in plants at the Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition. Free, just turn up, all day (until 10 July)

SCAVENGER HUNT: Race around Hyde Park with three of your quickest friends, testing your knowledge of nature and learning about the park's hidden history in this treasure hunt. £5, book in advance, 6.30pm

PUB SCIENCE: Sip a pint and and learn about the king of the dinosaurs, the T-Rex, from palaeontologist and writer Dr David Hone at the Old King's Head in Borough. Free, just turn up, 7pm

ROCK GIG: Celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Damned's first gig — the 100 Club in 1976 — with original guitarist and songwriter Brian James at a one-off show. £16.50, book in advance, 7.30pm

COMEDY GIG: See acclaimed comedian Stewart Lee at Soho Theatre performing his work-in-progress show Content Provider. £12.50, book in advance, 7.30pm and 9.30pm

FILM SCREENING: Watch BAFTA-nominated thriller The Survivalist at the Grade II listed Stanley Halls in South Norwood. Followed by Q&A with director Stephen Fingleton. £7, book in advance, 8pm

INTERNATIONAL COMEDY: Laugh away the Brexit blues courtesy of a night of international comedy with comedians from the UK, EU and beyond. Free, just turn up, 8pm

Today's Things To Do In London is sponsored by Stella Artois.

Visit Victorian London and the First Wimbledon Tennis Championships

Step into the streets of Victorian London: a murky yet exciting place filled with big characters. Run into a debonair detective and a certain Queen Victoria, in this experience from reputed immersive theatre team Les Enfants Terribles.

Meanwhile two brands are just starting to make their mark on the city. Experience the little-known tennis tournament called Wimbledon, and a new Belgian beer being served up to Londoners for the first time — from a brewery known as Artois.

The Time Portal runs from 7-10 July from noon-9.40pm. Tickets cost £13.50 - £18 (including a £1 booking fee) for each 40-minute theatrical experience, including two free drinks. to find out more.

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COMEDY NIGHT: Have a giggle at top female comedians including QI's Sara Pascoe and Francesca Martinez while raising money for women's health in rural Nepal. £15, book in advance, 6pm (show starts at 7.30pm)

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Our daily pick of Funzing events

GRAFFITI WORKSHOP: Learn the basics of spray paint and stencils with street artist Zincstyles. Just bring your imagination as all materials are included. £40 adults/ £25 kids, 9/10/30/31 July

GREENWICH TREASURE HUNT: Work out your brain and body with this treasure hunt around Greenwich. £15 adults/£8 kids, 14 August