Things to do
LADYBIRD BOOKS: The garden museum opens a nostalgic exhibition on the ladybug books. A special focus is on books from the series in which children get to know nature. The exhibited original works of art can definitely put you back in your childhood. The Garden Museum (Lambeth), included in the entrance fee (£ 10), just show up, July 31st - October 27th
IS THERE A FUTURE ?: Should we reproduce or are children a selfish act at this time of ecological disaster? Is there a future? is an evening of performance and installation art exploring the connection between parenting and ecological crisis and whether we should review our idea of the importance of family to save the planet. Ugly Duck (Bermondsey), £ 5, book in advance, 6 to 9 pm
GLOUCESTER CRESCENT: Author William Miller resonates with Daunt Books to talk about his new London-based book, Gloucester Crescent. Titular Street was the scene of the movie The Lady in the Van - itself based on a true story - and Miller's book tells the story of growing up on the street with people like Alan Bennett and John Cleese. I bet he has one or two stories. Daunt Books (Hampstead), £ 5, book in advance, 18.30 clock
MUSEUM LATE: The Science Museum remains open for its monthly late-night event. This month's theme is space with themed cocktails, a multimedia concert on the theme of the moon and astronauts. Science Museum (South Kensington), free, book in advance, 18.45-22.00 clock
MOON PROMISE: Find out why some people 50 years later still do not believe that the moon landings have taken place, and learn how conspiracy theories began and spread in a time before the social media. Science Museum (South Kensington), £ 10, book in advance, 19.30-21.00 clock
FUNNY WOMEN AWARDS: Some of London's funniest women compete against each other in the Funny Women Awards semi-finals, a prestigious competition previously held by celebrities such as Katherine Ryan and Jayde Adams. Tonight, Suzy Bennett will be finalists, including Kemah Bob, Simone Belshaw and Suzie Preece. Dingwalls (Camden), £ 10, book in advance, 19.30-22.00
TAKE OFF: Screen 25's Lift Off Season with space movies continues with High Life. Robert Pattison plays the lead role as a convict, raising his daughter alone in an empty spaceship years after launching the mission. Harris Academy South Norwood, £ 8.50 / £ 7 / £ 5, book in advance, 19:45 to 22:00
VENUS AND SERENA: Watch a special demonstration of Venus and Serena, the documentary about the lives of tennis players. It's the year 2011, an important year in her career, when Venus faced an energy-saving autoimmune disease, while Serena fought a life-threatening pulmonary embolism. Afterwards discussion with the sport psychologist Dr. med. Linda Duffy. Rich Mix (Shoreditch), £ 5, book in advance, 8 pm
CHICAGO: Watch a free open-air show of 2002 Chicago music video starring Catherine Zeta-Jones as nightclub performer Velma. The catch? The screen is powered by static bicycles. So get in and pedal - or settle down under a blanket and watch your comrades do the hard work. Southbank Center, free, just show up, 9pm
Tube ponders with Barry Heck
Our resident tube lover reports daily on the London Underground.
Can you identify this mysterious subway station? The first tweeting @ HeckTube with the right answer wins an applause round. Note: It is not Oxford Circus.
Good thing of the day
Sign up now to attend the Docklands Sailing & Watersport Center Charity Dragon Boat Race on Friday and raise funds for the youth water sports program. Learn more and log in.
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