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THE CHOCOLATE SHOW:
Over 15,000 will be flocking to west London to enjoy indulgent chocolate treats, live celebrity demonstrations, get hands-on in workshops and discover bean to bar chocolate at the UK’s largest celebration of our favourite sweet treat. Olympia - National Hall, adult £15, child £10, prebook, 11am-7pm
Discover more than 100 street artists in Camden's back streets and alleys and learn about the history and processes of the art form. £10, 11am
STYLIST LIVE: DAVINA MCCALL TALK:
Catch Davina McCall's talk where she will share advice based on her career experiences, followed by a Q&A. Business Design Centre, Islington, £36, 2.30pm
LIVE MUSIC AT UNDERBELLY:
UK band Salt headline at Zigfrid Von Underbelly, check out their music and talented support acts before you go, £3 before 8pm, £5 after, 6pm
THE ULTIMATE DINNER PARTY:
Come along to this weekly dinner party at The Little Yellow Door in Notting Hill. Enjoy games, a four-course meal and punch. Leave with more friends than you arrived with. £35, 7pm
LIVE AT THE ROOF GARDENS:
Set amongst 1.5 acres of stunning rooftop gardens with flamingos and a cocktail bar 100 feet above Kensington High Street, enjoy live music, heated gardens and late night BBQ, £15, prebook, 7pm until 3am
Comedy is tragedy plus time, yes? That’s what the performers (including comedians Adam Blampied, Ben Target and spoken word artist Adele Hampton) hope to prove in Stand Up Tragedy at Hackney Picturehouse. £5/£7, prebook, 7.30pm
The Aeronaut's intimate weekend extravaganzas promise colour, excitement, skill and showmanship supplied by a barrage of cabaret performers. A rotating selection of jugglers, hula hoopers, dancers, contortionists, magicians and comedians will keep the laughs and gasps coming. The Aeronaut, Acton, £10, 9pm
Good cause of the dayRed Cross hosts night of short film to raise awareness of modern-day slavery and human trafficking. The free event, part of Anti-Slavery Day, takes place at the charity’s offices in Moorgate, London. The Red Cross has selected three short films which give a varied overview of the issues surrounding exploitation and slavery in the UK. Films being shown include; Safina by director Tony Clark, Michael by Jonathan Kemp and Yoke Farm by Tim Keeling. 44 Moorfields, 21 October, limited capacity, RSVP to email@example.com, 6.30pm
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