What we're reading:
- London Marathon 2018 in pictures: From Her Majesty The Queen to Elvis.
- Exploring the capital after dark — in pictures.
- Field Day festival to go ahead after organisers, council and locals do battle.
- Will Donald Trump ever come to London?
- Watch Shaggy perform at the Queen's birthday, just for the confused Royal Family reactions.
Things to do:
LOVE NOT LANDFILL: Select a brand new outfit with the help of a professional stylist before a fashion photographer snaps you modelling your new look — all for free. Sound too good to be true? All you need to do is bring some unwanted clothes to swap and pay a £15 deposit (don't worry, you'll be reimbursed as long as you actually turn up) and you'll be free to rummage through a textile recycling factory's massive collection of clobber. L M Barry Textile Recyclers (Canning Town), £15 deposit, book ahead, 10am-12pm
BURIAL RITES: This immersive exhibition in the freshly restored Brompton Cemetery Chapel explores death and burial in a variety of cultures, the product of discussion with local communities in Earl's Court and Chelsea. Brompton Cemetery, free, just turn up, 10am-5pm, until 12 May
MILLICENT FAWCETT: See the unveiling of one of the most significant statues of our time — the very first statue of a woman to grace Parliament Square, and the first one there to be created by a woman. The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, poet Theresa Lola and Caroline Criado Perez, the woman who campaigned for the statue, are among the attendees waiting for Gillian Wearing OBE's tribute to suffragist Millicent Fawcett to be revealed. Parliament Square (Westminster), free, just turn up from 10.45am, 11am-12pm
CITY WALKING TOUR: Let an award-winning London Blue Badge Tour Guide show you the 2000-year history of the City of London. Find out how the financial district changed the way we speak and discover vibrant Victorian markets, medieval churches, and secret gardens in this city within a city. Meet at Monument tube station, £20/£21.49, book ahead, 10.30am-12.30pm
CARYN AND CLAYTON: To mark Fashion Revolution Week, former i-D Magazine fashion editor, presenter and sustainable fashion advocate Caryn Franklin chats to womenswear designer Sadie Clayton about the latter's career highs and lows, and the challenges of being a mixed-race woman campaigning for diversity in the fashion industry. Kingston School of Art (Kingston upon Thames), £3, book ahead, 6pm-8pm
YOU'VE BEEN FRAMED: Portraiture used to be all about pomp and ceremony. But today's sitters and artists generally favour sincerity over swagger. At the Royal College of Physicians, one of the few institutions that still commissions portraits of its leaders, a trio of artists explore the commission process, the use of symbolism in contemporary portraits, and our enduring fascination with the medium. Royal College of Physicians (Regent's Park), £8, book ahead, 6pm-8pm
CLUB YOGA: Get high on life at a yoga class with a difference. Club Yoga offers a fun, flowy practice set to deep house music in a moodily lit environment. Drink, Shop & Do (King's Cross), £5 suggested donation, book ahead, 6.30pm-7.30pm
OPEN MIC FILM NIGHT: Enjoy an evening of short films introduced by their makers, as Kino London returns. If you've got a short attention span, fear not — each flick is just six minutes or less. Plus, there's free popcorn. Candid Arts Trust (Islington), £4.78, book ahead, 7pm-10pm
TOMORROW AT NOON: Catch a preview of three fierce new productions by women playwrights. Tomorrow at Noon, comprised of Jenny Ayres' Glimpse, Emma Harding's The Thing Itself, and Morna Young's Smite is a contemporary female response to Noel Coward's Tonight at 8.30. The show goes on for the following two Mondays and Tuesdays, but the cheap tickets are for one night only. Jermyn Street Theatre (St James's), from £15, book ahead, 7.30pm, until 15 May
ROTTEN BLISS: Self-styled folk horror project Rotten Bliss kicks off her Eastern Visitation tour at New River Studios, where she'll be showcasing self-made instruments and eerie cello-based soundscapes. She's joined by folk musician David CW Briggs, with DJ Radio 4 Play rounding off the night. New River Studios, Haringey, £5 suggested donation, just turn up, 7.30pm-11pm
Good cause of the day
The Canvas Cafe in Shoreditch offers drool-worthy vegan food but as well as being kind to your belly (and to the animal kingdom), it's also a really worthwhile social enterprise that supports and enables the launch of new ideas that improve the lives of others. In the past, it has helped launch the world's first Museum of Happiness, a doggy daycare and refugee-supporting supper clubs to name but a few. Plus, you get to write on the walls.