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Black Cultural Archives (Brixton), free, just turn up, until 4 November NECROPOLIS RAILWAY: It's full scream ahead at the London Dungeon, which has resurrected (a version of) the train line that used to carry corpses out of the city, just in time for Halloween. The London Dungeon, from £21, book ahead, until 5 November POSTER GIRLS: The latest exhibition from the London Transport Museum brings together 150 fantastic transport posters created by female artists over the last 100 years.

London Transport Museum, £15/£17.50, just turn up, until 1 January 2018 BRAND WORKSHOP: This interactive workshop uses personality mapping and storytelling games to teach you how to avoid the most common brand identity errors.

Kingston Museum, £5.90, book ahead,6pm-7pm POP BRIXTON: It's Pop Brixton's first ever fundraiser and it's going to be a corker.

Expect a Caribbean-inspired, vegan feast, music from ten-piece Afro-Cuban band Los Domingos, with profits going to Be Enriched, a charity tackling food waste, food poverty and social isolation.

The Guildhall Art Gallery and remains of the Roman Amphitheatre will also be open, for those looking to feast on a little more of London’s Roman heritage.

WOMEN ON STAGE: This talk focuses on women in the theatrical profession throughout history, with particular reference to the London stage, including the likes of Nell Gwynn and the prevalence of cross-dressing.

Royal Albert Hall, £17, book ahead, 9.30pm CLOSING WEEKEND: Tate's brilliant Soul of a Nation exhibition is going out with a bang.

Celebrate like only Fabric knows how — with a 30 hour long party.London Metropolitan Archives, free, book ahead, 6pm-7pm BLOOMSBURY MUSIC FEST: 'Saudade' isa deep emotional state of missing someone with a repressed knowledge that the person will never return.Hear pianist Belle Chen's interpretation of the word in music, as part of Bloomsbury Festival.That's the dilemma Lucy faces in Feet, showing for one night only in Camden.Etcetera Theatre, £10, book ahead, 7.30pm-8.30pm COMEDY: Laugh your socks off at the first of three mixed bill comedy nights hosted by The Edinburgh Comedy Awards ft lots of familiar names.

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