Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 22 November 2017

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Check out the Seeking Shelter installation after hours and enjoy art installations, crafts and talks inspired by themes of journeys, migration and shelter at the Jewish Museum.

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EAT & DRINK: Browsing swanky interiors and unusual gifts is hungry work. That's why the Ideal Home Show has its very own festive food and drink festival. Gather around the stage for tips on cooking the biggest meal of the year or just do the rounds of the food vendors. Olympia London, from £15, book ahead, 22-26 November

RAPUNZEL: A dramatic retelling of the golden-haired maiden trapped in a tower, who learns that her true strength comes from within. Kids will love it and don't be surprised if you do too. Chickenshed Theatre, £22, book ahead, 1pm, 3pm and 7pm, until 6 January

MUSEUM LATE: If you want to find out more about the refugee experience beyond what you hear on the news, check out this museum late featuring Ethiopian singing, ginger bread ID making, a paper boat installation and spoken word performances. Jewish Museum (Camden), £10, book ahead, 6pm-9pm

SEEN NOT HEARD: Join researchers, activists, actors and artists in this workshop brainstorming how we can find ways to listen to the voices of those who lack access to housing, sustenance or security. Cardboard Citizens (Whitechapel), £5, book ahead, 6.30pm-9.30pm

CONFLICT JOURNALISM: A chance to explore the immensely sobering exhibition Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11 plus hear a panel chat about how conflicts and acts of terror have affected how media is produced and consumed. Imperial War Museum, £12-£15, book ahead, 6.30pm-9.30pm

Uncanny Theatre is enlisting the help of you lot to stir up a Twitter storm during the show.

LONDON HISTORY WALK: Everyone’s heard about The Great Fire of London, but who's heard of the Great Fire of Westminster? This huge blaze on the eve of 16 October 1834 is the topic of this walking tour. Westminster station (outside exit 4), £10, book ahead, 7pm-8.30pm

WRAP PARTY: It's all very well moaning about the state of the world but what are you doing to change it? Find out how to do your bit to help small charities at this Wrap Party. The Union Club (Soho), £10, book ahead, 7pm-late

DR JIGGS BOWSON: Don't let the science-y bit of this Vagina Museum event put you off. Doctor Jiggs Bowson serves up her facts with an extra dose of vintage glamour. Also on the bill is flamboyant drag artist Benjamin Butch. The Book Club (Shoreditch), £6-£10, book ahead, 7pm

COMEDY: Following a sell-out tour, down to earth, politically charged and downright funny Josie Long headlines the bill tonight. 100 Club, £13.20, book ahead, 7.30pm

OUTRAGE: Regular keyboard basher? Maybe you can help Uncanny Theatre tweet its way to fame in this playfully provocative show. Jackson's Lane, £5, book ahead, 8pm-9pm

Good cause of the day: Go to a PAWA arts jam

This night's got everything — music, comedy, short film screenings, theatre and more. And it's all in aid of the brilliant work PAWA (Pan Asian Women's Association) do supporting teenage girls in Asia. £20 on the door/ £13.33, book ahead, 6.30pm-11.30pm