If you want to follow the latest trend in what to do with your spare time, then try the Decorative Antiques and Textiles Fair today. It will be set in appropriate grandeur with a luxury marquee no doubt adorned with completely unnecessary frills.

Battersea Park, London SW11. Opens 12noon-8pm until Sept 28

At the opposite end, with hippy rather than hip style, is the Druid Order Autumn Equinox, the ritual celebration of the harvest and libation to Mother Earth. Meditation and talk to while away an afternoon.

Primrose Hill, London NW3 1pm

Get in touch with your psychic powers at the Psychic, Prediction, Natural Therapies, Craft and Gift Festival. Specialists in such things as runes, tarot and aura put their heads together. Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Road, London SW3 from 10.30am-10.30pm, entrance pounds 3

Forget such serious stuff and opt for salsa. Bar Rumba will be holding the Rumba Pa'Ti, which will include a two hour dance class led by Colombian teacher Elder. Hedonism will follow courtesy of DJs Dominique, Ramiro, Fernando, Alex (El Gato), Jorg, JJ and Fabian.

Bar Rumba,36 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1. 8.30pm-2.30am, pounds 3.

Indulge your darker side by staying in and watching Cutting Edge: The Complainers, Channel 4, 9pm-10pm. This documentary will reveal the real people behind the ones you try to avoid at bus stops, supermarkets and dentist waiting rooms. The man who visits Tesco every day, and another who objects to every price and service, should bring a smile to even the grumpiest face.

Jennifer Rodger