In the second of their supperheroes series, Action Against Hunger are again inviting people to show off their supper-making and fundraising superpowers from September until the end of November. Combining charity with dinner parties, a series of individual fundraising supper club events are being led by various hosts. The dinners are ticketed, with all the profits going to Action Against Hunger. Those interested in hosting a supperheroes dinner party can register online (at Love Food Give Food). Supperheroes who have stepped up to the plate so far include duo Two Hungry Girls, who are cooking at the School of Wok, will be whipping up a vegan five-course feast (Sep 6) at The Old Shoe Factory in Hackney, tickets £35. For a real grande bouffe, chef Adam Byatt will put on a high-end seasonal dinner with dishes paired with wines at the Violin Factory in Waterloo (Nov 28), with tickets costing £150 per head. To book tickets and view a full list of Supperheroes dinners, visit edibleexperiences.com.