Things To Do Today In London: Monday 27 November 2017

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This big slab of glass and steel aka The Cheesegrater is getting a fairylight and bauble makeover in its atrium.

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SOUND BATH: Swap the roar of the Underground for some therapeutic gong sounds, Tempur foam pillows and lavender eye masks at London's latest relaxation fad, sound baths. Devonshire Club (Liverpool Street), £30, book ahead, 1.30pm/5.30pm/7pm

SOUNDS LIKE CHRISTMAS: Christmas at the V&A has kicked off approximately a month early, but we're not complaining as it means squeezing in lots of fabulously festive events, such as the intriguing, Singing Tree, which is illuminated by being fed with your words. The V&A, various prices, book ahead, until 6 January

MRS DALLOWAY: Enter Clarissa's world of flowers, old memories and lost loves as she prepares to throw a party for high society in this stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf's well-known novel Mrs Dalloway. The Ambassadors Theatre, £14, book ahead, 2.30pm

CHRISTMAS AT THE CHEESEGRATER: Skyscrapers are getting in on the festive action too this year. Head up to the 28m high open atrium at the Leadenhall Building, where German-style, fairy-lit wooden chalets are peddling international cuisine and homemade gifts. The Leadenhall Building, free, just turn up, until 22 December

TASTER EVENING: Looking for a gift for a vino drinker or one for purely selfish reasons? Either way, Bedales Wines is inviting you to drink your way around 12 delicious new additions to its wine list. Bedales, Spitalfields Market, £10, book ahead, 4pm-8pm

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GoT FILM MARATHON: Winter is coming, so you're probably looking for something to fill that big Game of Thrones shaped hole in your life? GoT fans should tune into this free film marathon of ALL seven seasons. There will be pizza breaks to keep you going. The Prince Charles Cinema, free, book ahead, 7pm, until 30 November

HACKNEY SOCIETY: Got love for Hackney? Spread it at this panel discussion, marking the Hackney Society's 50th birthday, where you'll hear from contributors to the book: Hackney: Portrait Of A Community 1967 - 2017. Pages of Hackney, £4, book ahead, 7pm-9pm

CIRCUS NOIR: This modern Gypsy jazz trio sounds like they can liven up even the gloomiest of Mondays. And they're playing in a badass venue — the world's oldest surviving music hall. Wilton's Music Hall, free, just turn up, 7pm

MAN UP!: Settle in for a night of short documentaries exploring what it's like to be a man in 2017 in London, plus see archival footage of men throughout the decades for comparison. Hackney Picturehouse, £5, book ahead, 7pm-10pm

TORYCORE: Got something to say about the Conservative leadership? So have this trio of politically charged actors, but instead of getting into a Twitter spat they've curated this punk-fuelled night of politics, activism, theatre and music. Roundhouse (Camden), £10, book ahead, 8pm

Good cause of the day: Italian Christmas Bazaar

Stock up on Italian gifts, food and more at this festive bazaar raising funds for Il Circolo's projects and charitable activities, in collaboration with the Italian Embassy and the Italian Cultural Institute. Chelsea Old Town Hall, free, just turn up, until 28 November

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London's Grime & Punishment Tour


Learn about London's debauched, drunken and disorderly history on this tour of the sordid side of the West End. Have you heard the story of the 15ft high tsunami of beer which rushed through the streets of London? Or about London's unluckiest theatre and most morbidly-located church? This tour will take you from the Covent Garden to Somerset House, entertaining you with tales of hangmen and criminals, prostitutes and paupers and the eccentric characters of Georgian London along the way.    Get tickets

Unlock Urban Camden: Street Art Tour


Camden's known for its street art, but how much do you really know about it? Explore the street art of Camden, and learn about the people who make it from an insider. You''ll visit pieces of street art that are off the beaten track, and get an insight into their possible meaning and inspiration. This two-hour tour will enable you to see Camden in a new light. Get tickets

Hidden London Tour


Visit old pubs, even older churches, hidden rivers, mysterious tunnels and more on this tour of hidden Londo. You'll hear tales of the myths and legends which made the City of London what it is today, and find out the area's links to nursery rhymes and literary figures. Get tickets

The Ultimate Harry Potter London Tour


Get sorted into one of the four magical houses of Hogwarts, and go in exploration of the city’s famous filming locations on this 2-hour walking tour. You’ll meet your guide outside the Palace Theatre, where Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is showing, and set off on your journey across town - following in the footsteps of Deatheaters, visiting the inspiration for Knocturn Alley, and marvelling at the Ministry of Magic. And you better brush up on your Potter knowledge, because you can earn points for your house along the way, by taking part in trivia quizzes. The winners? You’ll find out when the tour ends at Platform 9 3/4… Get tickets