Things To In London: Bank Holiday Monday 6 April

I Need A Doctor: The Whosical tonight at Leicester Square Theatre

I Need A Doctor: The Whosical tonight at Leicester Square Theatre

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We know that for parents, Easter is more than just a four-day weekend. Find things to keep children and teenagers entertained in London for the entirety of the school break.

The traditional Easter Monday Chairlifting by the Blackheath Morris Men starts at The Hood and takes place in various pubs across Greenwich. From 11am

Markfield Beam Engine and Museum in Tottenham has a free open day with a chance to see the recently restored Victorian steam pumping engine in action. Free, just turn up, 11am-5pm

Discover more than 100 street artists in Camden’s backstreets and alleys on this guided walk. Learn about the history of street art and the processes that artists use — you might even see some being done right in front of you. £9, 11am
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Craft100 is a beer festival taking place at The Craft Beer Co in Clapham. Over 100 UK beers on offer at any one time (and a few international ones too). Free, just turn up, 2-5 April

Forty Hall Farm in Enfield hosts an Easter Family Festival with craft activities, live music, craft stalls, circus skills and games, plus food stalls and a bar. In aid of local charity Art Start. £6.50/£3.50, 12pm-6pm

Whether you want to get it out of their systems or singalong yourself, there’s a singalong screening of Disney’s Frozen at Leicester Square Theatre. Tickets £7.50, includes small popcorn and soft drink, 2pm
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The Moscow State Circus comes to Shepherd’s Bush Green. The show, Zhelaniy, is based on a Russian folklore story by Benjamin Losin about a flower with seven colours. Expect to be wowed by jugglers, roller skaters and acrobats. £14, 2pm/5pm 
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See out the long weekend out in style with Afternoon Tea for two with Champagne at The Kitchen at Tower, a newly opened cafe with a quiet garden, nestled between All Hallows and the Tower of London. £25
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Always wanted to whip up your own cocktails at home? Sign up for this cocktail masterclass at La Brasserie on Brompton Road to get all the insider info on shaking and sipping. £10 (includes one shot and one cocktail), 7pm
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Two superfans want to create a Doctor Who musical but can they win a battle with the BBC? Find out tonight. I Need a Doctor: The Whosical is at Leicester Square Theatre. £11, 7pm
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There’s a ukulele hootenanny at Queen of Hoxton, open to expert ukulele players and those who have never heard of it before. Free (£20 returnable deposit for ukulele hire), 7.30pm

It’s the first of Shorts On Tap‘s three Women in Revolt events, where female filmmakers can showcase their work. Tonight’s theme is The Chase, focusing on the transition into womanhood. At Stow Film Lounge. £5, prebook, 8pm

Soho Comedy claims to be the “coal face of comedy” where TV stand ups try out new material and where the freshest jokes get an airing. Head to the Round Table, St Martin’s Court. Tickets £5, 8.30pm
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