What we're reading:
- In pictures: the weathervanes of London.
- Kilburn's Tricycle relaunches as Kiln Theatre.
- Meet the Royal baby enthusiasts camped outside the Lindo Wing.
- One person lodged over 1,280 noise complaints with Heathrow in the last three months.
- London Zoo chief has 100 year plan to save dying species.
Things to do:
FATHOMING FLOW: Somerset House Studios artist Eloise Hawser invites you to plumb the depths of the city, the sewer, the river, and the body in her exhibition, By the deep, by the mark. Follow a 3D mind-map of sculptures, audiovisual displays, medical hardware and archival materials that charts attempts to reclaim the River Thames as a space for leisure. Somerset House, free, just turn up, until 22 April
PAY-WHAT-YOU-WANT PIZZA: If you've ever fancied yourself as a food critic, now's your time to shine. Made in Italy invites you to give some brutally honest feedback on its pizzas — as an incentive they'll let you choose from three price options based on how much you think the pies are worth. Simply fill in a feedback form to redeem. Made in Italy (Chelsea), from £5, just turn up, until 19 April
ALDGATE GARDENING CLUB: Get green-fingered at Aldgate Gardening Club. This time around they'll be making naturally stress-busting wheat pillows and bath salts for you to wash away the Monday blues . St Botolph's without Aldgate, free, book ahead, 12.30pm-2pm
WINE TASTING: Try twelve wines for only a tenner at Bedales wine shop. With winter well and truly a distant memory, they're saying salut to spring with the launch of their new seasonal wine list. Bedales (Old Spitalfields Market), £10, book ahead, 4pm-8pm
BEING HUMAN: Two great theologians consider what it really means to be a human being in the splendour of St Paul's Cathedral. What role do bodies, communities, faith and memories play in creating identities, and can we learn to see ourselves differently? St Paul's Cathedral, free, book ahead, 6.30pm
ADVENTURERS WANTED: Epic storytelling, tabletop gaming, and improvisation collide at this one-off adventure from the Vagina Museum. With the narrative shaped by each role of the die, a riotous and unpredictable show is guaranteed. The Book Club (Shoreditch), £6/£8, book ahead, 7pm
FEMINIST THEATRE: Four kickass women who've escaped Trump's America perform a double bill of plays about justice, murder and the insatiable male ego. Catch Nowhere Man and Lady Killers back to back, or pop in for a single show if you're short on time. Etcetera Theatre (Camden), from £5, 7pm/9pm
THE SIGNS WE MISS: Socially conscious conversation starters Subjectivity are coming to The Old Queen's Head for a discussion on spotting the signs of domestic violence and how we can respond to them. The Old Queen's Head (Islington), £12.50, book ahead, 8pm-10pm
DIPPER MALKIN: Brand new folk duo Dipper Malkin are earning a reputation for elevating traditional music to potent new heights. Tonight they'll be striking a chord at The Green Note, one of north London's best loved music venues. Green Note (Camden), £10, book ahead, 8pm
Good cause of the day
Splash out on a six course charity dinner at Perilla in Newington Green. Each course at Dinner for Hamish comes with its own wine pairing and all the proceeds will go to St Christopher's Hospice, which cared for the head chef's close friend during his battle with leukaemia.