What we're reading
- Unsung buildings of Victorian London.
- A chunk of Robin Hood Gardens is going to be reassembled at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
- Apparently Bristol is better than London. Find out why.
- How did Greenwich's driverless pods cope with last week's snow?
- Frida Khalo's intimate belongings coming to the V&A.
- Was it a mistake for Tate to launch its Picasso exhibition on International Women's Day?
Things to do:
LUNCHTIME CONCERT: The BBC Singers are on hand for this lunchtime concert which celebrates the work of two great composers; Claude Bebussy, and Ildebrando Pizzetti, who he inspired. Barbican, £14, book ahead, 1pm
LEIGHTON LATES: Leighton House Museum's monthly late night opening takes place tonight, giving visitors a chance to explore the building in a different atmosphere. Tickets include a complimentary drink, and there will be live music from the Meg Morley Trio. Leighton House Museum (Holland Park), £10, book ahead, 5.30pm-9pm
MUSEUM LATE: London Transport Museum stays open late tonight for an adults-only evening of talks, workshops and tours, all inspired by the golden age of the 1920s and 1930s. London Transport Museum (Covent Garden), £15/£12, book ahead, 6.45pm-10pm
BARGEE: 1964 film The Bargee is being screened on board an actual barge tonight. It follows a pair of cargo-carrying boats up the Grand Union Canal to Birmingham. Barge Fiodra (Paddington Basin), £10, book ahead, 7pm-9.30pm
BLOOD AND TEARS: Give yourself a bit of a fright on this horror walk, which covers execution sites, serial killers, conspiracy theories and secret tunnels. Age 12+. Barbican station, £12, book ahead, 7pm-9pm
ARAB COMEDY: Arabs are not funny, or so the saying goes. Tonight, a group of female Arabic comedians will prove that it's not true. On the line-up are British-Lebanese actress Isabelle Farah and Lebanese-American comedian Janine Harouni, MC'd by Esther Manito. Rich Mix (Shoreditch), £12-£15, book ahead, 8pm
LIVE MUSIC: Having supported the likes of Elton John and Whitney Houston, and received praise from Stevie Wonder, it'll be a right treat to see soul singer Tony Momrelle performing live tonight. Hideaway (Streatham), £17.50, book ahead, doors 7pm, show 9pm
IN YOUR HEAD: Get ready for a night of inspiring spoken word and musical performances, courtesy of It's In Your Head. The night aims to tackle the stigma of mental health within the black community. Gerry's Bar, (Stratford), £10, book ahead, 7pm-11pm