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Go shopping at Zoe and Morgan (48 Chalcot Road, NW1 ) There are only two outposts of this family-run jewellery shop, one in Auckland, one in Primrose Hill, so if you're after one-of-a-kind, gem stone-studded pieces, head over here now.
Dinner at the Twits. You're invited to the most revolting dinner party on earth to taste Mrs Twit's gruesome bird pie and boozy punch (watch out for glass eyes in your drink). Squeamish? Stay away. Tickets from £76.50, running until 30 October. For bookings visit twitsdinner.com.
Missed out on a Wimbledon ticket? Head to the Refinery Bankside on the Southbank to watch the world's top tennis players battle it out on a super-sized screen over a Queen of the Court' pudding: a white chocolate tennis ball covered with hot chocolate sauce and filled with honeycomb, strawberry and mint. 10 Southwark St, London SE1
Anyone who watched British TV in the 90s is guilty of shouting at the contestants of the Crystal Maze (the decade's beloved gameshow) and dreaming of tackling it for themselves. Now they can, as an exact replica has been constructed in central London, complete with four zones of puzzles and obstacle courses that stand between you and the precious crystals. Apart from the Richard O'Brien-shaped hole, it's exactly as you remember it. (10-14 White Lion St, 0844 871 8805)
We're lost for words for describing Amaluna, the current spectacle of awe-inspiring acrobatics from Cirque du Soleil. The Royal Albert Hall makes a regal backdrop to trapeze artists, contortionists and extreme jugglers that just leave you reeling from their unbelievable talent. For tickets visit www.cirquedusoleil.com/amaluna.
Put yourself in an astronaut's space boots at the Science Museum's current blockbuster, Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age. The exhibition brings together the biggest collection of historical Soviet space program memorabilia the UK has ever seen, including spacecraft, gadgets and space capsules. Russia pioneered the space age and sent the world's first artificial satellite, Sputnik, into orbit in 1957
This month it's your last chance to be half-blinded by the most dazzling display of Indian jewellery ever to be shown at the V&A. Bejewelled Treasures: The Al Thani Collection is a small, but by no means modest, private collection of diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires of the richest hues you'll likely ever feast your eyes on. Until 28 March, vam.ac.uk.
Go to Junkyard Golf Club. Brick Lane's latest too-cool-for-school pop-up comes in the form of a crazy golf course built from scrapheap spoils: tyres, broken barbie dolls and slides. Get on the Who's Your Caddy cocktails and struggle increasingly to get a hole in one.
Years before escape games became a thing' across Europe, the innovative team behind A Door in a Wall were putting teams of would-be Sherlock Holmes's to the test with their interactive murder mystery scavenger hunts. Join them next month for their latest