Things To Do Today In London: Monday 11 December 2017

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Experience the thrill of '90s cult classic Romeo and Juliet like never before, as Some Voices perform the soundtrack to the film.

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STREET DANCE CLASS: Got a little one you can't keep off the dance floor? Drop into this dance class for ages 9-13 led by professionally trained dancers from the Spencer Stage School. Jw3, £9, just turn up, 5.15pm-6pm

SOME VOICES: Enter Capulet's masquerade ball to hear London's hippest choir perform their rendition of '90s classic Romeo and Juliet. Troxy (east London), from £16.50, book ahead, 7pm, until 13 December

HYSTERICAL WOMEN: A jam-packed night of festive female stand-up comedy awaits anyone in need of a good belly laugh. Arrive early to avoid being turned away. The Bill Murray (Angel), £8/£10, booking recommended, 7pm-9.30pm

CUBAN NIGHT: Mix up your Monday with contagious, in-your-face vocals, inspired keyboard playing and Latin beats from Cuban musicians Wara and Grupo Lokito. Jazz Cafe (Camden), £11.50, book ahead, 7pm-10.30pm

CHRISTMAS FILM NIGHT: Pick up a mince pie and mulled wine and cosy up in front of Scrooged, before hearing a talk about the psychology of Christmas from Dr Raj Persuad. Lost Rivers Elephant, £15, book ahead, 7pm-10.30pm

Try not to dip your paint brush in your wine glass at this pop-up painting class.

FILM SCREENING: Any Wu-Tang Clan fans in the house? Make a beeline for Brixton to see never seen before backstage footage of the historic 20th anniversary concert featuring the likes of RZA, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon. Pop Brixton, £19.93, book ahead, 7pm-11pm

POP-UP PAINTING: Come away with a pretty Christmas scene to give away, hang on your wall or resign to the loft at this boozy painting session. The Grange (Ealing), £23.99-£27.99, book ahead, 7.30pm-10pm

JOE STILGOE'S CHRISTMAS: At this jam-packed evening of festivities Joe and his seven-piece band will be reinterpreting the Christmas songbook, playing games and indulging in Dickens with the help of his actor mates Rob Brydon, Scarlett Strallen and Jamie Parker. Lyric Hammersmith, £15-£40, book ahead, 7.30pm

CHRISTMAS PARTY: Expect heartwarming stories, poems, crackers and presents layered with plenty of Christmas chintz at this cute vintage shop turned bar and venue. Paper Dress Vintage (Hackney), free, just turn up, 7.45pm

SPARK OPEN MIC: Got the gift of the gab and a role model you'd like to tell a story about? Join Spark's open mic storytelling session. The only rules are the story must be true and related to yourself in some way. Hackney Picturehouse, £5, book ahead, 7.30pm-10pm

COMEDY: John Kearns shares recordings of the joy and arguments of family Christmases gone by. He has two Edinburgh Comedy Awards under his belt, so it should be a laugh. Battersea Arts Centre, £12.50/£10, book ahead, 8pm, until 16 December

Good cause of the day: Carols for The Food Chain

Want that warm, fuzzy feeling inside you usually associate with drinking copious amounts of mulled wine? Head to this traditional carol concert in the light-strewn Devonshire Square, which will be bursting with Christmas spirit. It's all in aid of The Food Chain, a charity that provides nutritional support for Londoners living with HIV. Devonshire Square, free, just turn up, 6pm-7pm