What we're reading:
- Sadiq Khan: being London's mayor is still the best job.
- Chiltern Firehouse developer bidding to build east London film studio.
- Hounslow Council admits that no street bin rubbish is actually recycled.
Things to do:
TALES ON THE THAMES: It's your last chance to take your water babies for a River Thames storytelling adventure. Hop aboard the Thames Clipper at London Bridge and enjoy family favourites including We're Going on a Bear Hunt and Guess How Much I Love You on the journey to Battersea. Under 5s sail for free. London Bridge City Pier, from £6.50, book ahead, 10.15am
EASTER ART FAIR: Head down to the Royal College of Art Battersea and browse a selection of bespoke wares at the Student's Union inaugural Easter fair. Buy ceramics, jewellery, textiles, illustrations and zines and support designers of tomorrow—all profits go directly to the students. RCA Dyson Building (Battersea), free, just turn up, 12pm-8pm
VEGAN TREATS: Indulge your sweet tooth at The Vegan Treat Shop, a pop-up to mark the launch of Baileys Almande. Dairy-free devotees don't have to miss out on a sugar high, with vegan-friendly favourites such as tiramisu and chocolate eclairs on offer. The best bit? It's all free. The Vegan Treat Shop (Soho Square), free, just turn up, 1pm-7pm
COSTUME MAKING: Having reproduced historically accurate costumes for portrayals of figures like Sir Robert Dudley and Prince Albert, costume design and making tutor Daniel Kinne shares the secrets of stitching for the silver screen at this taster class. Morley College (Lambeth), £5, book ahead, 1.30pm-2.30pm
LAMPLIT TOMB: Sir John Soane's Museum is showing off its greatest treasure in a whole new light. The Belzoni Sarcophagus will be illuminated by contemporary installations that mimic the lamplit celebrations held when it was first acquired. Indulge in treats inspired by those Sir John himself served as you explore the wonders of the ancient world. Sir John Soane's Museum (Lincoln's Inn Fields), £30, book ahead, 6pm-9pm
AXE TO GRIND: Tired of Tinder? Dangerous Date Night offers a singles night with a difference. Meet new people while you learn the art of axe throwing, with the support of professionals. Perfect for wannabe lumbersexuals. Whistle Punks (Vauxhall), £40, book ahead, 6.15pm-10.30pm
FEMINIST FESTIVAL: Celebrate radical softness and explore insectional feminist activism at AWOMANfest, which is taking over DIY Space for London all weekend. The festivities kick off with a welcome party this evening, where you'll find body painting, all-female DJ sets and a drag king performance. DIY Space for London (Peckham), £10, book ahead, 7pm-11pm, until 25 March
BREXIT MEANS BREXIT: Named for Theresa May's near-iconic referendum catchphrase, this new contemporary dance performance investigates the UK's collective mental health following the polarising vote to leave the EU. Siobhan Davies Studios (Southwark), £5, book ahead, 7.30-9pm
ASH KOOSHA: The experimental sounds of Iranian multi-instrumentalist and VR visionary Ash Koosher are coming to Rich Mix as part of Convergence 2018. He's joined by electronic duo Wyles & Simpson and Girlhood. Rich Mix (Shoreditch), £12, book ahead, 7.30pm-11pm
ROCKAOKE: Be the star of your own rock show at Club de Fromage meets Rockaoke. Air guitar is entirely optional as you sing your heart out to your signature jam, with the backing of a live band. Then dance the night away at London's cheesiest throwback party. Stanley Halls (South Norwood), £15, book ahead, 9pm-2am
Good cause of the day
Art on a Postcard raises funds for The Hepatitis C Trust by hosting secret auctions of postcard-sized artwork. Previous contributing artists have included Damien Hirst, Grayson Perry and Cecily Brown, though you'll only discover who painted your miniature masterpiece after placing a winning bid. This weekend they've got the gavel ready at The Other Art Fair in Victoria's House's Saatchi Lounge.