It's been a hell of a 12 months in the fight for gender equality. We've had #MeToo, Time's Up, pay-gap scandals and red-carpet blackouts as women around the world stick a firm two-fingers-up at the male-dominated status quo. Here's a chance to keep the momentum going with a rally through London in support of gender equality and the right for women to be able to work free from harassment and abuse. Grab a placard, ready those choice two fingers and get marching alongside the likes of Sue Perkins, Sadiq Khan, Helen Pankhurst, Bianca Jagger, and head of Women's March London Shola Mos-Shogbamimu. HELL, YES.
4 March, 12pm-3.30pm; free
Register and find route information here
Though Woolwich may be renowned for, um, building societies and military arsenals (sexy), it hasn't exactly been noted as a foodie hotspot. But that is all about to change, folks. As of this Friday, in fact, which sees the opening of Street Feast's newest outpost: Public. Not so much a street-food market as a street-food stadium, it's set in a twinkling, 86-year-old covered arena and packs in Street Feast favourites Yum Bun, Yumplings, Burger & Beyond and INK, alongside newbies Salt Shed, HENhaus, Lava Bar and Rust Bucket Pizza Co. There's also specialist bars for cocktails, wine, gin and rum, a whole deck of pool tables, a trampoline cage… And if a trampoline cage isn't worth getting on the DLR for, we don't know what is, frankly.
Opens 3 March; free
Public, Plumstead Road, SE18 7BZ