London event listings 29 July: what’s on during the Olympics

1936, Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells, EC1, to 5 Aug, Tom McNab's play asks whether a boycott of the Berlin games of 1936 might have changed the course of history.

Edvard Munch, Tate Modern, South Bank, SE1, to 14 Oct, Munch's mobid maidens, vampire lovers and screams of despair are ghoulishly compelling.

Pertaining To Things Natural, Chelsea Physic Garden, SW3, to 31 Oct, The jaws of a digger, bright metal abstractions and a mechanical book are some of the new sculpture commissions to be found amid the garden's greenhouses, exotic specimens and butterflies.

Tom Thum: Beating The Habit, The London Wonderground Spiegeltent, South Bank, SE1, 7pm, Australian former Tom Tom Crew star pushes the limits of the human voice to create a big band soundscape of impossible beats.

Alan Davies: Life Is Pain, Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus, WC2, tonight only, Packed with deft silliness and moments of shrewd observation, this show is enough to make us remember why we fell in love with the big-haired everyman.

Saison Russes De XXIE Siecle: Maris Liepa Gala: Mixed Programme, London Coliseum, WC2, tonight only, International ballet cast combine to celebrate the life and career of Bolshoi dancer Maris Liepa.

Sunday Tea With John Hegley, Keats House, Keats Grove, NW3, today only, A free afternoon of inventively offbeat cult favourites, as poet Patience Agbabi and beat veteran Michael Horovitz join Keats House's poet-in-residence John Hegley for poetry, music and workshops.

Iain Sinclair/Alan Moore, Dilston Grove, Southwark Park, SE1, today only, Graphic novelist and wizard Alan Moore talks to everyone's favourite psychogeographer Iain Sinclair about the Swandown exhibition of artefacts from Sinclair's alternative London journey by pedalo.

Ava Word, XOYO, Cowper Street, EC2, Funk Butcher, MA1, Petchy, Adam Cotier, Perempay and more play house and funky sounds with no regards for working on Monday morning.

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