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The welcome return of your weekly round up of where to be what to do over the weekend and beyond starts here. And do not forget if you would like to be listings of what s hot and what s not please get in touch. Listings should be emailed at least one wee

The welcome return of your weekly round up of where to be what to do over the weekend and beyond starts here.

And do not forget if you would like to be listings of what's hot and what's not please get in touch.

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The Luminaire, Kilburn High Road, Kilburn

Tom Hickox, Tom McKean & The Emperors, and Buzzard Lope: Tom Hickox blends soulful vocals with melodies that permeate.

Doors open at 7.30pm

Tickets �6 on the door

The Natural History Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington

The Deep Exhibition: Glimpse the drama of life thousands of meters under the sea

Ticket prices vary

Runs until September 5

Good Ship, Kiburn High Road, Kilburn

Mariana Hollow

+ Mortdelamer + Armada of Secrets + Winter's Eve

The Spinning Wheel presents a high voltage evening of female-fronted glory. Bands from 8pm till 11pm, then a free-for-all on our Good Ship juke box till 2am.

Doors:7:30 pm

Cost: �5



The Westbury, Kilburn High Road, Kilburn

The Nextmen will be pumping out the venomous hip hop beats at their quarterly residency at this trendy hotspot

8pm - 3am /FREE before 10pm, �5 from 10pm

Wembley Arena, South Way, Wembley

Britain's Got Talent Live - check out the best acts from the hit TV series.

7.30 pm

Tickets from �49.95


V&A Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington

Quilts: This exhibition showcases over 300 years of British quilting history, from the spectacular bed hangings and silk coverlets of the 18th century, to modern reinventions.

Tickets: �10 for adults

Runs until July 4.

The Barfly: Chalk Farm Road, Camden

Campari Safari - Low Cost Festival, London Launch. Win a full package to the festival which includes...Placebo, Editors, These New Puritans & Raveonettes + Joyous Kaput + Laura Hocking + Victoria and Jacob + Eran's Burning Love Band

Doors open at 7.30 pm

Tickets cost �6

Royal College of Music: Exhibition Road, South Kensington

JD Chamber Music Platform: The last opportunity this academic year to hear the best of the Junior Department's chamber ensembles.

Time: Recital Hall at 5.15pm

Tickets: free but bookings required

RCM Box Office 020 7591 4314

Weekdays 10.00am-4.00pm or book online


Wembley Stadium

Capital FM Summertime Tour: This star studded line up includes superstars Usher, Cheryl Cole and Rihanna.

2.30pm - all day

Tickets form �69

Camden Green Fair & Bikefest 2010: Regents Park

Live music and performances, exhibitions and workshops, fun and food combine to attract more than 20,000 visitors annually to this award-winning environmental event.

Time: 12pm-7:30 pm

Cost: free



The Good Ship: Kilburn High Road, Kilburn

Porthole comedy club: Don't miss out on this weekly instalment of cutting edge stand up, this week featuring Carey Marx and Matt Green

Doors open at 6pm, acts begin at 8.30pm

Tickets: �4 on the door


The Luminaire, Kilburn High Road, Kilburn

Murder by Death and Guests: This American four piece bring their unique blend of rock and alt country to Kilburn

Doors open at 7.30pm

Tickets cost �10

This is a 14+ show

Tricycle Theatre Kilburn High Road, Kilburn

Women, Power & Politics Now: New plays by Joy Wilkinson, Bola Agbaje, and others

Running until June 17

Cost: Early Bird Tickets �8.50 - June 8, 9 @8pm



Jazz Caf�: Park Way, Camden Town

Mojo Honours List 2010 present Marc Almond:

Doors open 77pm

Tickets cost �25 adv

Formerly one half of Soft Cell, Mark Almond returns with his soaring elector pop tunes


The Gallery at Willesden Green: 95 High Road, Willesden

BAR Members Show: Exhibiting the hidden art of one of London's most vibrant and culturally diverse communities.

Opens daily 2 - 6pm

Free entrance

Runs until June 18

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