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Rotunda Bar and Restaurant, £29.50, book ahead, until 16 November TASTE OF LONDON: Mulled wine season is nearly upon us and if there's one thing that's going to get Londoners in the — dare we say it — Christmas spirit, it's the return of Taste of London's massive festive foodie festival.
Pleasance Islington, £10, book ahead, 4.30pm-5.30pm, (repeated tomorrow 10.30am-11.30am) KINO VINO SUPPERCLUB: Did you live by Fight Club quotes in your youth?
Barbican Theatre, £10-£75, book ahead, 6-18 November LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: Jazz fans are spoilt for choice this week, as venues all over London play host to upcoming and award-winning musicians. Various venues, various prices, book ahead, 10-19 November LAID: This hilarious, brain-scrambling monologue from Natalie Palamides will put you off eggs for life.
Soho Theatre, £18, book ahead, until 18 November LE PETIT CHEF: This 3D dining spectacle is currently cooking up a storm with a three month residency at TT Liquor in Shoreditch.
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The Institute of Light, £55, book ahead, 6.30pm-10.30pm PAINTED LADIES: Get a whiff of 18th century perfume, become a courtly artist or printmaker and throw some shapes surrounded by paintings of power play at this Greenwich late.
The Scolt Head (Dalston), £20, book ahead, 7pm-9pm WRITEIDEA: The Idea Store will be a flurry of carefully selected words, intelligent chat and gripping storytelling as writers such as Stella Duffy, Alan Dein, Nikesh Shukla, The Gentle Author and Irenosen Okojie join forces for the ninth Writeidea Festival.