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- The UEFA Champions Festival of Football starts in Hyde Park as excitement builds for next week's finals (NB get tickets to the Thursday's women's final for just £5)
- Browse the books at the Covent Garden Lawn Library on the North Piazza
- The first ever UK Green Film Festival is at Shortwave Cinema, Bermondsey
- Visit the Photographers' Gallery Soho Project: Over The Threshold at 1 Berwick Street. There's a free artists talk on Saturday afternoon at 3pm and it closes on Sunday evening
- Go and see the Tommy Nutter: Rebel on the Row exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum, Bermondsey.
- If you can't wait for the big London Blues Festival in July, there's a mini one happening this weekend, closing on Sunday.
- If you're very lucky, you could pick up some of the very last tickets to play Mob Justice with A Door In A Wall this Saturday or Sunday. We did it last week and can't give anything away but it was AWESOME.
- This afternoon, there are free bee-keeping and beehive building workshops with Create a Buzz at Mint Street Adventure SE1 between 1-6pm.
- Start the weekend discovering art round Canary Wharf with a free discovery walk between 6-8pm, starting at Canary Wharf Jubilee Line Station (West exit, Reuters Plaza).
- What is the first rule of Fight Club again? Find out with the Nomad Cinema at York Hall, Bethnal Green. Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets £12.50.
- Spoonfed recommend the last ever Cosmic Slop at The Drop, Stoke Newington High Street N16 for electro, dance and disco in a basement. 10pm-4am, £4.
- Brent Friends of the Earth Green Fair will be outside Willesden Green Library from 10am-5pm with stalls, activities, bike fixing, veggie scran, talks, demos and more.
- There are a lot of keyboards in the Royal Festival Hall this weekend. At 12.45 hear 6 pianists play a hellish conga and more, free in the Clore Ballroom.
- Discover the architecture of Canary Wharf with another free discovery walk between 11am-1pm, meet at Jubilee Line Station as before.
- Part of Bishopsgate Institute London in Peril season, take a walk round the new ruins of London from 2pm. Book tickets, £8.
- It's the Chap of the Year event at The Grand Hall, Euston Road, WC1H from 8pm. Dress appropriately. Tickets £20.
- Cut A Shine Spring Hoe-down sounds awfully quaint but traditional barn dancers beware, there'll be a hole lot of moonshine and madness as music comes from the Foghorn Stringband from Portland Oregon, USA, playing “Ass Kickin' Redneck Stringband" tunes plus the awesome gypsy/punk/folk/rock stylings of Victor Menace. St John at Hackney on Lower Clapton Road is the venue. Buy £10 tickets. Doors 8-midnight.
- DJ Format spins tunes at Bloomsbury Bowling Funk and Bowl. £5 adv, £8 on the door. 7pm-3am.
- It's Bali Day at Horniman Museum with stories, dance and music from 10am-4.30pm, free.
- Strictly glamour at the Crystal Palace Dancesport Cup, a world ranking event where dancers compete in Ballroom and Latin American dance championships. It's an all day dance off, doors 10am, final rounds 7pm at The Ballroom, Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel, 18 Albert Embankment SE1 7TJ. Tickets are £20 - £45.
- The Affordable Vintage Fair is at York Hall, Bethnal Green. 11am-4.30pm, £2 in.
- Spoonfed tell us the Horatia pub in Holloway runs Sunday Fayre all day - with funk and soul, roast dinner, boardgames and vintage stalls 11.30am-6pm.
Other good stuff:
- Lit and spoken word from the Book Grocer
- Sci/tech/nerd stuff in Week in Geek
- Shows and exhibitions opening and closing in Arts Ahead
- Things to do in London on the Cheap
- What's on at Museums and Galleries
- Where to find the zingiest cabaret
- What's funny in stand up and sketch comedy
- New music gigs in Music Choice
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