What we're reading:
- A peek inside the incredibly opulent reincarnation of Annabel's nightclub.
- Google maps now helps wheelchair users navigate the tube.
- London tattoo collective — in pictures.
- South London couple who met through Whatsapp mishap marry.
- Ronnie Scott's singers greet Soho blackout with a cappella performance.
Things to do:
SUNRISE YOGA: Perfect your downward facing dog while taking in the River Thames as you've never seen it before — from 42 metres above water level, through the glass floors of Tower Bridge's high level walkways at this early morning class for daring yogis. £25, book ahead, 7.30am-8.20am
MY GENERATION: It's your last chance to catch this swinging sixties-themed exhibition in the decade's cultural hub of Carnaby Street. Feast your eyes on previously unseen archival footage and photos of 60s legends like Twiggy, Sir Paul McCartney and Marianne Faithfull at this event inspired by Michael Caine's new documentary, My Generation. My Generation x Carnaby (Carnaby Street), free, just turn up, 10am-8pm
VEGAN FREEBIES: The Real Greek is celebrating the launch of its first stand-alone vegan menu by giving away 400 Vegan Jackfruit Gryos Souvlaki Wraps at four of its London restaurants. Saving your pennies and the planet? It's a win-win. The Real Greek (Bankside, Soho, Spitalfields and Westfield London), free, just turn up, 12pm
INVENTION DIMENSION: Imperial College London are marking their past, present and future in innovation by showcasing inventions from their 150 year history. Hear from tech futurists and get hands-on with workshops to unleash your inner inventor. Imperial College London (South Kensington), free, book ahead, 5pm-8pm
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: With demand for food banks soaring in the UK, this panel discussion grapples with what can be done to support those who rely on them for survival as well as how to prevent their normalisation. The British Academy (St James's), free, book ahead, 6.30pm-8pm
ELECTRIC FEEL: From neurons to nerve endings, science writer Philip Ball and an expert panel discuss the vital role electricity plays in our bodies. Find out how electricity was discovered and the clues it offers for curing human disease. The Royal Institute of Great Britain (Mayfair), from £6, book ahead, 7pm-8.30pm
SKETCH APPEAL: Get those creative juices flowing at the Social Sketchup. Create your own spring-themed zine at this social workshop for everyone from complete amateurs to seasoned artists. Most importantly, there are free Creme Eggs for all! The Doodle Bar (London Bridge), £12, book ahead, 7pm-9pm
THE GLORIOUS TOUR: Female-led hip-hop dance theatre performance Glorious arrives at The Blue Elephant Theatre today. Expect unfiltered social commentary, a journey of self-discovery, and 90s R&B slow jams. The Blue Elephant Theatre (Camberwell), £10, book ahead, 8pm-9.05pm, until 24 March
MISSISSIPPI SWAMP DOGS: Armed with the eclectic sounds of New Orlean's French Quarter, the Mississippi Swamp Dogs are bringing the spirit of the Crescent City to Trafalgar Square. Their set list includes tributes to Fats Domino, Louis Armstrong, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. St Martin in the Fields (Trafalgar Square), £15, book ahead, 8pm-10pm
Good cause of the day
Hackney-based community choir Victoria Park Singers are celebrating their fifth anniversary in a suitably musical fashion. With special guests Suzuki Hub, they'll be unleashing some jazzy melodies while raising money for Ingeenium, a local arts charity that builds community through creativity.