Things To Do Today In London is sponsored by the Museum of London.
ARMISTICE LECTURE: Royal Navy officer Sir George Zambellas discusses command and leadership at the The Royal United Service Institute's annual Armistice Lecture. £29.50 (+booking fee) (includes lunch), book in advance, 11am
CATHEDRALS OF SOUND: Find out how performing music has evolved to suit both acoustic space and recording. Jonathan Stockdale's talk focuses on the jazz recordings made at New York's 30th Street Studios during the 1950s and 60s. Free, book in advance, 6pm
DOC'N'ROLL: From Burmese punk to Norwegian disco, the Doc'n'Roll Film Festival covers a variety of music genres. The festival kicks off today at BFI Southbank with the world premiere of a documentary delving into the life of renowned jazz singer Gregory Porter. £14.50, book in advance, 6.10pm/8.45pm (until 13 November)
WINE CHAT: Wine connoisseur Hugh Johnson OBE reflects on over five decades of writing about (and drinking) the world's best wine. His talk at Foyle's Charing Cross Road includes a complimentary glass of wine (for education purposes, obviously). £10, book in advance, 7pm
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM: Ever watched Atonement with a Spitfire suspended above your head? Now you can at the Imperial War Museum's after-hours screening — and explore their new war film exhibition too. £25, book in advance, 7pm (film starts at 8.30pm)
CLASSICAL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: Journey to 18th century Spain through the music of Romantic composer Enrique Granados, who was inspired by artist Francisco de Goya. Virtuoso pianist José Menor and The Latin Classical Chamber Orchestra mark the composer's 100th anniversary, with their concert at St John's Smith Square. £10-£30, book in advance/just turn up, 7pm
SH1T MY SHORTS: Halloween may be over, but you don't have to stop celebrating — head to The Book Club for a selection of scary and mind-blowing shorts. Free, book in advance, 7pm
NAKED MOLE RATS: Sabre-toothed sausages, aka naked mole rats, are the talk of the town (or at Star of Kings anyway). Zookeepers, molecular biologists, comedians and journalists come together to share stories of the popcorn-loving creatures, and why they are underrated. £6/£8, book in advance/just turn up, 7.30pm
WILLIAM BLAKE: The works of William Blake combine with a new composition: Divine Madness: The Visions of William Blake, as well as various other readings and musical pieces, from the likes of Milton and Orlando Gibbons. Kings Place. £9.50-£39.50, 8pm
There's Going To Be An Epic Party At The Night Museum
Still lamenting the loss of Fabric? Celebrate the clubs of London's past, present and future at the final event of the Night Museum season at the Museum of London on November 4. Titled 'The Museum of Last Parties', the evening will be dedicated to celebrating the history and diversity of the city's nightlife. Fancy a bit of time travelling? Don your flapper dresses and head to The Candlelight Club, a 1920s style pop-up, or go all Victorian with Carradine's Cockney singalong. Voice your opinions on the capital's clubs in a roundtable discussion with The Night Time Industries Association on the future of London's nightlife. Fashionistas should check out Beyond Retro's vintage station, where you can get dressed up to the nines and even make an 80s transfer t-shirt to take home. Of course there will be lots and music and plenty of dancing: end your night at The Disco Apocalypse for the ultimate last party.
SAVE THE RHINO: Hear tales of life-threateningly close encounters from intrepid explorer Benedict Allen (who crossed the Namib desert by camel) and experts from the world of rhino conservation at The Royal Geographical Society. All in aid of Save The Rhino. £15-£25, book in advance, 7pm