Walrus and Carpenter (Monument), £15, book ahead, 6.45pm PIRATES OF PENZANCE: Shiver me timbers, Illyria's open air theatre has returned.Tonight they're performing family classic the Pirates of Penzance, so pack a picnic (and maybe a brolly) and head east for some sea-faring fun.Get them stuck into a scented candle making workshop with candle maker, Jonathan Ward.
Discover a whole new world of teen flicks with the help of the Forever Young Film Club, starting with 2005's Brick.
There's also a pop-up bar serving free, street art inspired cocktails made with award-winning Label 5. WINE TASTING SOCIAL: If you're looking for an event to meet new people, why not try one with a generous dose of inbuilt social lubrication?
Enjoy an hour of interactive wine education while mixing with like-minded lovers of the grape and the folks at Tastour.
There's some wood offcuts for you to practice on before you get cracking creating artful burn marks on chopping boards, kitchen utensils, or whatever tickles your fancy.
Royal Society of Sculptors (South Kensington), £49, book ahead, 6.30pm LOOSE CANNONS: Tomfoolery is the order of the day aboard The Golden Hinde, where a crew of comedians will regale passengers with surreal sketches and stand up.