Things To Do Today In London: Friday 14 October 2016

Looks like this article is a bit old. Be aware that information may have changed since it was published.

Find out about London's most inspiring places with Fred Butler.

Things to do today:

AFTERBITE: Ever wondered what the view is like from inside a lion's mouth? Explore mouths from the inside at a light-hearted visual experience in Borough Market. At 2.30pm and 3.30pm, Professor Abigail Tucker and her research lab from King's College London will discuss the mouths on display. Free, just turn up, exhibition runs 7-16 October, talks take place today only

CHOCOLATE SHOW: Indulge your sweet tooth at the Chocolate Show London at Olympia. Mingle with chocolate royalty, watch a fashion show of clothes made from chocolate, and pick up skills in the Chocolate Theatre. £12.50-£15, book in advance, 14-16 October

NORMAN CONQUEST: To mark the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, Professor David Bates is giving an after hours lecture at the Tower of London. £15, book in advance, 6pm

BEST SCIENCE MOMENTS: Dr Karl will answer questions like 'How many bananas do you need to eat to die of radioactive poisoning?' at a lecture exploring science's best bits at the Royal Institution. £14, book in advance, 6pm-7.30pm

CAMPFIRE CLUB: Singalongs, story-telling and special guests are present around The Nest Collective's campfire at From The Factory, close to Bow station. Performers include the Florence Lawrence Chorus. £8/£10, book in advance, 7pm-11pm

INSIDER LONDON: Accessories designer Fred Butler has created London-inspired pieces for the likes of Björk and Lady Gaga. Join her at the Victoria and Albert Museum for a talk about London's most inspiring locations. £10, book in advance, 7pm

OKTOBEERFEST: A live DJ set kicks off Wild Card Brewery's Bavarian-inspired beer festival tonight. Choose from over 30 beers to taste, including a specially brewed raspberry wheat beer. Free entry, just turn up, from 8pm (until 16 October)

FOLK MUSIC GIG: Multi-instrumentalists The Shee are celebrating ten years together by performing at Kings Place. £9.50/£12.50, book in advance, 8pm

Good cause of the day

MUSIC GIG: Newton Faulkner, Andy Jordan and Badly Drawn Boy are all performing at See Through Sound in aid of Royal National Institute of Blind People. Those in the audience are given 'sim specs' to simulate living with sight loss. £25, book in advance, from 5.30pm (concert starts at 7pm)