1. If you like your music loud and your lyrics confrontational then you'll love 'Sound Screen Music and Film Festival', a series of concert films, gigs and stereo-busting movie nights. Head along to Regent Street Cinema for 7pm to watch 'Ray Davies: Imaginary Man' a film about The Kink's creative powerhouse and a showing of 'Dave Davies: Kinkdom Come' about the band's lead guitarist, both followed by a Q and A with director Julian Temple. Tickets are £12 per film.
2. International Women's Day might be over but that doesn't mean the celebrations are. See a drag king cabaret show and groove to an all-female DJ mix at AWOMENFest, a feminist arts festival at DIY Space for London. Tickets cost between £6 and £15.
3. Celebrate the global influence of India's science, culture and thought at the Science Museum's free photography exhibition 'Illuminating India'. Entry is free.