Things To Do Today In London: Friday 2 September 2016

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Lee "Scratch" Perry is playing at One Love Festival.

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Things to do today:

BEARD SHAVE: Get an undercut, whole head shave or even a beard shave at Macmillan Cancer Support's pop-up shave shop in Shoreditch's Box Park. Free (donations encouraged), just turn up, all day from 11am

REGGAE AND DUB: One Love Festival in Hainault Forest Country Park features 70 bands and live dub acts playing until 2am. £47, book in advance, all day from noon (until 4 September)

MEAT FESTIVAL: Indulge in top quality meat, cooked by top chefs over wood and charcoal. Not suitable for vegetarians. £24-32, book in advance, 5pm (until 4 September)

SOPHIE ELLIS-BEXTOR: British singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor is performing live and signing copies of her new album Familia at HMV Oxford Street. Free, book in advance, 6pm

ST PAUL'S LATES: See the inside of St Paul's Cathedral at night and capture your visit on camera. £10, book in advance, 6pm

RICHARD III: Ian McKellen dubbed the Cycling Shakspeare Troupe "uproariously funny" — make up your own mind at the foursome's performance of Richard III at Chelsea Physic Garden. £16 (including a G&T), book in advance, 7pm

SECRET 1920s PARTY: Adorn your dandiest attire and head to a secret London venue, lit by candles. Sip decadent cocktails and dance to live jazz music inspired by the rhythms of New Orleans. £20, book in advance, 7pm

Good cause of the day

TROPICAL ROOFTOP SOIREE: Food, drinks, live music, dancing and entertainment...all on a rooftop. All profits go to the Wonder Foundation, a charity empowering women through education. £20 (+booking fee)/£25, book in advance/just turn up, 6pm

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Our daily pick of Funzing events

LONDON CHOCOLATE TOUR: Sample chocolates and truffles at artisan chocolatiers in Mayfair on a tour led by a former cocoa and coffee trader. Get your tickets and discover the health properties of chocolate as well as the growing and harvesting processes. £19, 4/11/18 September

LEATHER HANDBAG WORKSHOP: Create your own bespoke leather handbag using traditional prickling iron techniques. Burnish the edges of your bag to achieve a professional designer finish. Class size is extremely limited, so book your tickets now. £195, 17 September/8 October