Things To Do Today In London: Tuesday 14 June 2016

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MOD FASHION: Exhibition Moses, Mods and Mr Fish goes behind the stylish scenes of menswear for the last 150 years, from the formal 19th century to the flamboyance of the 1960s, with clothing worn by celebrities including John Lennon, at the Jewish Museum. £7.50, just turn up, 10am-5pm

IS OUR DATA SAFE?: It's often claimed personal data online is safe because it's been anonymised, but IT experts know how easy it is to re-identify individuals by matching their data. Professor Martyn Thomas shares his knowledge and advice about The Broken Promise of Anonymisation at Museum of London. Free, just turn up, 6pm

CARMINE APPICE: Big, bad and bold — the internationally renowned drummer launches his autobiography, Stick It, at Yamaha Music London. He'll discuss his five decade-spanning career and sign copies of the book. FYI It's not suitable for under 16s or the easily offended. Free, register, 6pm

BOROUGH TALKS: Learn the secrets of successful food writers at Borough Market today. The Independent's Boyd Tonkin talks to cookbook writer Claudia Rodin about her career and her influence on revolutionising the western approach to other cuisines. £15, prebook, 7pm-9pm

Make like Springsteen and find love on a tandem. Image: Megan

TODD BARRY: His last shows combined amazing jokes with superb crowd work. See him do his hilarious things at Soho Theatre, without the amazing jokes. Instead, Todd Barry will banter and riff with the audience for an entire show. £15, prebook, 7.30pm

BIKE SPEED DATING: Single cyclists should pedal to the Southbank branch of Look Mum No Hands! for Cycle Speed Dating today. Whether you're a peddling commuter or a weekend Boris biker, there's sure to be someone you'd like to grab a tandem with here. £16.50 (+bkg fee), prebook, 7.30pm (if raining they'll relocate to Old Street)

SAM LEE: The Mercury Prize-nominated Folk singer warms up for Glastonbury with his band Sam Lee & Friends. Hear his refreshing take on traditional folk music at east London's Passing Clouds. £10.67-£12.80, prebook, 7.30pm

Good cause of the day

Let's get quizzical in aid of Malaika Kids — a charity dedicated to rescuing children from the streets of Tanzania. This Moorgate Quiz Night will be jammed with questions, raffles, food and fun, all aimed at raising as much as possible for this worthy cause. £11.74, prebook, 6pm, 14 June

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Join a Voga party this week.
VOGA PARTY: Take the party underground at Old Street Station for this VOGA workout party — inspired by Madonna's classic hit, of course. You'll forget you're at an exercise class with wine, cocktails and a DJ. £25, prebook, 7.30pm, 24 June
Get hands on at this chocolate experience.
CHOCOLATE EXPERIENCE: For the complete Chocoholic Experience, join Naz for a half-day of truffle making, rolling, tasting and much more. She'll teach you the history of chocolate while you mould, make ganache and bowl-lick. £29, prebook, 2pm, 25 June
Discover a musical side to Camden today
CAMDEN MUSIC TOUR: The soundtrack to Camden is a who's who of talent. From Winehouse to Hendrix, Jagger and Barrett, hear how these icons shaped the worldwide music scene. You'll hear some of their best loved songs on this walking tour and have a chance to visit famous Camden Market too. £12, prebook, 6pm, 14 June