Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do in London


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Estimated cost Free entry Estimated duration 1-3 hours Distance away Less than a mile away
Ukuleles and karaoke. What's not to like? Visit the monthly KaraUke session on the third Thursday of the month, usually from 8pm at Thamesis Dock, Albert Embankment - though for exact details check their Facebook group.
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