1. Hackney Museum's latest exhibition 'Making her Mark: 110 years of Activism in Hackney' opens today. The display, organised in collaboration with the East End Women’s Museum, tells the stories of east London women who have helped to shape and transform the community through peaceful protest, direct action and grassroots political campaigns. This display is a tribute to their work. Entry is free.
2. Every subculture creates its own uniform, and for those on the '90s Jungle scene it was Italian labels (Moschino, Versace and Gucci), slung together with a pair of Reebok Classics. See ‘Super Sharp’, an exhibition created by curator Tory Turk and Saul Milton (Chase without Status) at Fashion Space Gallery, which is a tribute to rave culture fashion. Entry is free.
3. Stand with your sisters in Trafalgar Square to celebrate 100 years since the first women were allowed to vote at this exhibition of life-sized images of the suffrage movement’s central figures. It’s also on display at City Hall. They're free to see between 9am and 7pm.