What we're reading
- London's NHS protest stickers.
- If Breaking Bad happened in the UK.
- Protesters are trying to close a London art gallery they accuse of showcasing neo-Nazi artwork and hosting openly racist speakers.
- The new view from Centre Point. Nice if you can afford it.
- There's a smooth talking driver on the DLR.
- Some of the seats on the tube could do with a wash.
Things to do today
RESTAURANT OPENING: Ever wanted a Burgerdict? That's an eggs benedict/burger mash-up for the curious of you. Now's your chance at the new Rail House Café, which opens today and is pay what you want for their first week. Rail House Café, pay what you want, book ahead, 7.30am-10.30pm
YOUTH MUSIC: Rock, Pop and Urban Regional Festival gives musicians aged 21 and under, the chance to perform in a professional setting. See the next wave of great British talent. Rich Mix, free, book ahead, 1pm and 6pm
DISCOVER CHINA: China means a lot of different things to different people. To some it's a culture, to others a civilisation, while many just see a nation-state. This talk examines these definitions and interrogates the 'China Dream'. University of Westminster, free, book ahead, 6pm-7pm
TOWN HALL TALKS: Come to a town hall talk that examines the very nature of people congregating in large groups for talks. So meta. Battersea Arts Centre, free, book ahead, 6pm-7pm
CUBAN PHOTOGRAPHY: Isabella Palumbo spent two months in Cuba taking pictures of locals and listening to their stories. She discovered a beautiful country full of potential, blocked by the myth of revolution. Come along to the exhibition's launch with dinner, drinks and cigars. MostArt Centre, free, just turn up, 6.30pm-10pm
THE TALE OF JANUARIE: The Tale of Januarie is a new opera based on Chaucer's classic The Merchant's Tale. A comedy of love and age sung in traditional Middle English for the purists. Barbican Centre, £25/£15, book ahead, 7pm
ROOFTOP STORYTELLING: Head up to the Viking bar atop the Queen of Hoxton and join award winning storyteller Giles Abbott, as he weaves a tale of betrayal and loss. Queen of Hoxton, free, just turn up, 7pm-8pm
FREE COMEDY: Right Funny Comedy is on a mission to make the people of south London laugh, by bringing them the comedy superstars of tomorrow. There are about a dozen acts, so prepare for quickfire laughs. Hawkins Forge, free, just turn up, 7.30pm
IBIZA TO NORFOLK: Martin's got a problem: he has an illness that no one understands and all he can think about is his hero David Bowie. The play was a sell-out in Edinburgh so isn't one to sleep on now that it's down south. Jackson's Lane, £14.95/£12.95, book ahead, 8pm
Art review: Smartphones swirling
Constellations of stars are displayed on a spinning smartphone orrery. It's visually stunning and accompanied by passages of Genesis, an encompassing take on the evolution of society to our smartphone obsessed culture. Alicja Kwade: Medium Median, Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, E1 7QX, free. Until 25 June ★★★★☆ (Tuesday-Saturday)
Good cause for the day
The Doctors' Orchestra brings together GPs, psychiatrists, surgeons and more to perform in aid of charity. This concert at Cadogan Hall supports Freedom From Torture. The orchestra is joined by Portuguese soprano Susana Gaspar. Cadogan Hall, £32/£25/£15, book ahead, 7.30pm