Things To Do Today In London: Tuesday 21 February 2017

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The BRITS Listening Booth

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LISTENING BOOTH: To celebrate the upcoming BRIT awards, a traditional red phone box has appeared just across from the Crown & Anchor, in Covent Garden. Inside, you can listen to music from previous awards winners without distraction. Free, just turn up, 10am-6pm

POPUP: Coinciding with his exhibition, Miró and Life in General , a John Baldessari pop-up shop is open for a limited time at the Marian Goodman Gallery. Get your hands on mugs, posters, t-shirts, totes and more. Marian Goodman Gallery, free, just turn up, 10am-6pm [Tuesday-Saturday, until 25 February]

FREE CONCERT: Head to Lauderdale House in Waterlow Park to feast on a lunchtime classical music concert. Lauded musician Stephen Hose will perform works by Mozart, Brahms and Debussy. Lauderdale House, free, book ahead, 1.15pm-2pm

SHIPWRECK!: Learn the history of shipwrecks from the first world war. Genealogist Dr Simon Willis guides you through the records of destroyed ships and those who were lost on board. The National Archives, free, book ahead, 2pm-3pm

GIMME DANGER: Jim Jarmusch's latest documentary tracks the career of legendary rock-n-roll group The Stooges. Regent Street Cinema, £12/£11/£8, book ahead, 6.30pm

Global Conquest at The British Library

COGNAC AND CHOCOLATE: The UK's top chocolatier, Paul A Young, is hosting a fine chocolate and cognac event. It's in collaboration with La Maison Rémy Martin, at their Soho pop-up. 147 Wardour Street, £12, book ahead, from 7pm

COMPUTER HUMANS: There is widespread agreement that the human brain has computer-like qualities. Join Daniel C Dennet to find out the brain's way of redesigning its software with If our brains are computers, who designs the software?. The Royal Institution, £14/£10, book ahead, 7pm-8.30pm

RAILWAYS' WORLD DOMINATION: In 1830, the world's first railway opened between Liverpool and Manchester. By the end of the 19th century, there were over 200,000 miles of track spanning the globe. Railway historian Christian Wolmar charts how iron tracks took over the world at such a pace. The British Library, £10/£8/£7, book ahead, 7pm-8.30pm

SEX ED FOR GROWN-UPS: For today's men, masculinity is softening and they're far more open to new experiences. Kissing and Cuddling and Pegging, Oh My! explores new sexual paths for many young men. The Book Club, £7/£5, book ahead, 7.15pm-11pm

POLITICS & LAUGHS: With everything going on in the world right now, it's lucky you've got Lolitics to get you through it. Celebrate left-wing politics and the comedy club's 6th birthday this Tuesday. FYI: lots of free cake will be available. The Black Heart, £5, just turn up, 7.30pm

MealFix: the death of the humble cheese sandwich?

Say goodbye to pre-made pasta pots and soggy sarnies for your workday lunch. How do you fancy buttermilk fried chicken, bean burgers, and tapas instead? If it sounds appealing, check out MealFix.

You can pre-order restaurant dishes at bargain prices and collect your chosen lunches throughout the week — no waiting involved. You'll be a member of the MealFix club, which means you can get exclusive prices on top-notch nosh while saving time and money. MealFix is on a mission to champion local independent eateries while giving you a great value, gourmet lunch. It's goodbye to long queues and hello to fast, fresh, quality lunch.

Stage review: tick this off your bucket list

Bucket List. Photo: Jack Offord

Theatre Ad Infinitum explore dreams, systems, and the price others pay for the way we live, in this bold and beautiful production. With stunning movement, music, and a headstrong young girl leading the way, Bucket List takes you to a faraway Mexican town to show you the impact of your little luxuries back home — and it should be top of your list this week. Bucket List, Battersea Arts Centre, Lavender Hill, SW11 5TN. £15/£12.50, Until 4 March ★★★Savannah Whaley

Art review: last chance for some Japanese Bondage

Pixels and Bondage. Courtesy AM/PM

PIXELS AND BONDAGE: Marble sculptures appear pixelated with black and white patterns, while ritualised Japanese bondage is performed in the space. Mat Chivers's art is bubbling with ideas in this thoughtful show — watch this video for more on what to expect. Mat Chivers: Harmonic Distortion, PM/AM gallery, 259-269 Old Marylebone Road, NW1 5RA. 25 November-28 February, free. ★★★☆☆ [Monday-Saturday]

Good cause for the day

SAVING PANGOLINS: When one thinks of illegal animal trafficking, creatures such as elephants, tigers and rhinoceroses come to mind. However, the world's most poached and trafficked animal is actually the pangolin. This dinner at ZSL discusses what needs to be done to save the 'scaly anteaters' from facing extinction. ZSL, £35, book ahead, 6pm-7.45pm