What we're reading:
- UK's most expensive home valued at £160m.
- Unseen drawings commissioned by the Bank of England go on display.
- Businessman hits back at council by funding new 'Bollocks to Brexit' billboards.
- FA Council to vote on Wembley sale.
Things to do:
WORLD EGG DAY: A highlight in any food calendar, crack on with a celebration at Yolk Breaker, an egg-cellent eatery launching a egg-topped cheeseburger as a tasty addition to an already egg-centric menu. Yolk Breaker (Camden), just turn up, 9am-7pm
GET WILD: Head to artist Sophie Favre's exhibition to see a menagerie of uncanny zoological ceramics — last chance, as the exhibition closes tomorrow. Contemporary Ceramics Centre (Bloomsbury), free, just turn up, 10.30am-6pm
JOB SHOW: Kickstart your career at this job fair. With over 50 companies taking part, you'll get a chance to wow as you come face to face with the people hiring. Dress to impress. Westfield Stratford City, free, just turn up, 11am-6pm
AMAZON ART: Soak up the atmosphere of tropical climes as you chow down at this restaurant/gallery featuring artworks of flora and fauna from the Peruvian Amazon. Ceviche Restaurant and Gallery (Old Street), free, just turn up, 12pm-10pm
ORGAN REFRAMED: A festival famed for introducing artists and audiences to the versatility of the organ, Organ Reframed kicks off with a combo of experimental film set to live electronic music from Philip Jeck, Sarah Davachi and Darkstar. Union Chapel (Islington), £13.50-£20, book ahead, 6.30pm-10.30pm
GHOSTLY ENCOUNTERS: Enjoy high tea before scaring your socks off at this interactive theatre mystery evening. Teams of six are encouraged to take part in a supernatural adventures, Victorian style. The London Museum of Water and Steam (Brentford), from £28, book ahead, 7.15pm-10pm
BLIND WINE: Go along to MyFriendCharlie's blind wine tasting quiz for a sophisticated and lighthearted introduction to eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. The event is for ages 35-50, so whippersnappers need not apply. The Arch (Borough), £35, book ahead, 7.15pm-10pm
KOMOLA COLLECTIVE: Gracing the stage of Poplar Union is Moushumi Bhowmik, performing songs and stories of Bengal as part of her UK tour. Poplar Union, £6-£10, book ahead, 7.30pm-9.30pm
BOTTOM THEATRE: Featuring bums, Beyonce and burnt fish fingers, this queer coming-of-age remix gives an honest view of modern dating alongside a banging soundtrack. Pleasance Theatre (Islington), £12, book ahead, 7.45pm
SCARE SLAM: Brace yourself for chilling tales at this haunting storytelling event. You'll hear pros from Horrorfest going head to head to be crowned the best at being the absolute terrifying worst. Old Red Lion Theatre (Angel), £12, book ahead, 9.30pm-10.30pm
Good cause of the day
Check out drawings of endangered animals produced against the clock by the world's best wildlife artists and a host of celebrity supporters. The exhibition will be held at Oxo Gallery from 17 October and is an initiative by Explorers against Extinction.