Things To Do Today In London: Tuesday 6 September 2016

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Unlimited at Southbank Centre celebrates the artistic vision and originality of disabled artists.

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Things to do today:

UNLIMITED FESTIVAL: Reimagined film moments with deaf and disabled dancers, a silent room showing what it's like to have a speech disability and Kaite O'Reilly in conversation are all on the programme at Southbank Centre's Unlimited Festival. Free, but ticketed — book in advance, varying times 6-11 September

CHRISTIE'S LATES: View a 1.5m mechanical corkscrew and hear the director general of the Royal Photographic Society talk about the history of Leica cameras at Christie's invention and curiosity-themed Late. Free, just turn up, 6pm

CROQUETAS CHALLENGE: Sample London's tastiest croquetas at Ember Yard's Croquetas Challenge. Salt Yard, The Modern Pantry and Brindisa Tapas Soho are among the big names competing. £15, book in advance 6pm

OPERA: Soprano Ilona Domnich's concert is followed by a Q&A conducted by Ashutosh Khandekar. Free, book in advance, 6.15pm

MEMORIES TALK: Find out how research has shaped what we know about our memories with a talk at the Royal Institution. £14, book in advance, 7pm

CATALAN INDEPENDENCE: Learn about the fight for Catalan independence and its place within the various crises of independence across Europe. Free, book in advance, 7pm

SHAKESPEARE AND KEATS: English Professor Robert White explores how Shakespeare's works influenced romantic poet Keats. Keats House. £8, book in advance, 7pm

COMEDY GIG: Sheraz Yousaf MCs and hosts six comedians at The Gunners Pub for a night of belly laughs. £3, just turn up, 8pm

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See Southern gothic masterpiece The Night of the Hunter in Brompton Cemetery. Photo: Sarah Ginn

If you like your films more atmospheric than the local multiplex, don't miss the Nomad Cinema's exciting season of cult films screened at iconic locations. See classic and new movies at places such as Wilton Crescent Garden, Brompton Cemetery and the super-exclusive Belgrave Square. Coming up is Southern Gothic classic The Night of the Hunter at Brompton Cemetery. Book tickets for a spooky evening in one of the UK’s most famous cemeteries.

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ART WORKSHOP: Imperial College Healthcare Charity are holding a drop-in drawing workshop at Charing Cross Hospital. There are also contemporary dance performances inspired by the Henry Moore sculpture outside, poetry readings and Japanese theatre performances. Free, book in advance, noon

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Our daily pick of Funzing events

ROOFTOP YOGA: Refresh both your mind and body with a yoga class on the Qbic Hotel rooftop — why not complete your healthy morning with a wholesome breakfast from the hotel's restaurant? £10, 10/15/18/24 September

NATURAL BEAUTY WORKSHOP: Whether you want to make organic beauty products for yourself or a friend, Naz's class will cover everything you need to know. £29, 17 September/1/16 October