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Five Things to do today: 10 September

Termite Pavilion - Carpark Sculpture - Pop-Up food - In Fashion - When in Rome

Termite Pavilion
This morning’s your last chance to get inside this giant walk-in Namibian termite mound. Hurry down to the Southbank before work to avoid missing out.

Carpark Sculpture
Take a trip to Peckham Rye multistorey carpark and make your way to the roof to see the Hannah Barry Gallery’s exhibition ‘Bold Tendencies III’. Look out for Molly Smyth’s breeze block construction ‘Motion towards collapse’.

Pop-Up food
If you fancy a bite to eat during your visit to Peckam’s multistorey gallery carpark, stop off at Frank’s Cafe. This small pop-up structure offering simple food and views over London is proving popular with gallery visitors and locals alike.

In Fashion
Tonight Vogue internationally launch ‘Fashion’s Night Out’ with more than 200 London shops taking part. Don’t miss out on special offers, celebrity shop assistants and one off designs.

When in Rome
Didn’t get manage that Summer get away you hoped for? Take a look at Stephen Wiltshire’s sketches of Rome drawn from memory live on youtube.

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