1. Head back to the thirties and get a bit jazzy

We are in Chicago, it’s 1936, and the sound of jazz and swing spill from the bars. Watch out though, as confidence trickster Johnny Hooker is looking for revenge for the murder of his friend, Luther.

The Sting - based on the screenplay of the same name by David Ward - will be at Wilton’s until September 17. Tickets £20 to £35.

Wilton’s Music Hall, 7.30pm

2. Support our rugby boys and watch Take That

The England Rugby Team will by at The O2 ready to be waved off ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2015 where there will be a live performance from Take That.

The boys will also be joined by 2014 Britain’s Got Talent Winners Collabro and England Rugby’s official anthem singer, Soprano Laura Wright.

The O2, 6.30pm

3. Learn about farmyard animals by the River Thames

Surrey Docks Farm is a working farm in south east London that looks after a variety of species including wooly pigs, bees, cattle and ferrets. Head there to learn all about working on a farm and sample some of the fresh farm produce.

Rotherhithe Street, 10am to 5pm