5 things to do in and around Canary Wharf: July 21-27

1 - Ships, Clocks and Stars at the National Maritime Museum

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An exhibition at Greenwich's National Maritime Museum follows the race to determine longitude and help mariners navigate the oceans.

Ships, Clocks & Stars: The Quest for Longitude is on until January 4.

Tickets cost £8.50. Go to rmg.co.uk

2 Orli Nyles at Boisdale

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The young jazz singer and pianist offers a velvety take on some timeless classics.

She's performed with Gary Barlow and Pixie Lott and will star at Boisdale Canary Wharf on Tuesdsay. Go to boisdale.co.uk for more

3 - Go to Tour de France Fan Park

Tour action comes to Canary Wharf on Thursday and will stay up until the race finish on Friday.

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The fan park will be at Wood Wharf daily from 11am to 10.30pm and includes French food, photo exhibitions and celebrity appearances.

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4 - Scratch Perverts at Brooklyn Bowl

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Multi-award winning Scratch Perverts will star at The O2's Brooklyn Bowl on Saturday.

The team, who have a residency at Fabric, begin their set at 7pm. Go to theo2.co.uk for more.

5 - Stratford book launch by Francesca Martinez

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Francesca Martinez is launching her debut book What The F*** Is Normal at Stratford Circus on Sunday.

Diagnosed at two with cerebral palsy she went on to find fame in Grange Hill. The book is aimed at championing individuals.

Go to stratford-circus.com.

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