There are so many events in Canary Wharf and east London and we've picked out some things for each of the next few days – check back for daily what's on updates.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3
1 Get a tour of the National Maritime Musuem with co-curators
Explore Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution, in the company of one of the exhibition’s co-curators, Robert Blyth or Kristian Martin.
Various times, Wednesday, February 3, £5.40-£27.45, National Maritime Museum
2 Get starry-eyed in Greenwich Park
Take a tour of the Royal Observatory on this talk on John Harrison and his timekeepers in the Time and Longitude gallery.
1.30pm and 2.30pm, Wednesday, February 3, free, Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park
3 Enjoy Cretan Music from Hell with Balothizer
Join this weekly night of chaotic interpretations of the traditional sounds of Crete by Jamboree favourites Balothizer.
7pm, Wednesday, February 3, £4, Jamboree, Limehouse
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4
Check out comedy at The Crystal hosted by Mark Dolan and welcome The Space’s spring season on the Isle of Dogs
1 Get comic at The Crystal
Mark Dolan hosts Mike McClean, Erich McElroy and headliner Rudi Lickwood for The Comedy Club London’s first sortie into Royal Docks territory.
6pm, Thursday, February 4, from £15, The Crystal
2 Celebrate a launch
What better way to usher in The Space’s spring season than with a launch party? Enjoy a glass of fizz and some sneak previews of what’s coming up.
7pm, Thursday, February 4, from £10, The Space
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5
Wonder at the wisdom of remaking Dads Army at Cineworld and watch Jason Derulo perform at The O2
1 Take in a remake
Pointless? Certainly. Are Toby Jones and Bill Nighy stupid boys for getting involved? Probably. Curious? Perhaps. And that might be reason enough to pop over the dock for a look as a modern cast attempt to shoulder the dusty mantle of charm woven by the endlessly repeated Perry and Croft original.
8.45pm, Friday, February 5, £10.77, Cineworld
2 Watch Jason throw some shapes
With a songwriting career that began at the age of eight, Jason Derulo’s been around a bit.Those in the audience for his forthcoming gig at The O2 can expect to hear the likes of Wiggle, Talk Dirty, In My Heart and Whatcha Say alongside material from most recent album Everything Is 4.
6.30pm, Friday, February 5, £40-£51 The O2 arena
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6 - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8
Groove to Sarah Gillespie at The Albany, mourn the Eagles at Boisdale of Canary Wharf and watch the Super Bowl
1 Listen to some fresh tunes
Anglo-American singer songwriter Gillespie performs in Deptford with a full band, to debut a mix of songs from a recent project (due for release in 2016) as well as revisiting her back catalogue. Expect a melange of jazz, folk and blues tracks overlaid with “poetic lyricism”, apparently.
7.30pm, Saturday, February 6, from £10, The Albany
2 Mourn a fallen Eagle
It hardly seems any time at all since the death of Eagles guitarist Glenn Frey. Those missing him can at least hear his music in Canary Wharf when the Alter Eagles play the likes of Hotel California and One Of Those Nights at Boisdale.
9.45pm, Saturday, February 6, from £15, Boisdale of Canary Wharf
3 All the sporting action
Fancy watching the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers live in the biggest American football clash of the year? Then why not do it in a states-themed bowling alley with £4 pints of craft beer, sharing platters and 10 screens including one six metres wide.
9pm, Sunday, February 7, from £5, Brooklyn Bowl
4 Groove to roots, rock and reggae
MC Clapper (applause please) and Lana Sounds (like?) present the talents of Turbo Tama, Headless and DJ Yirby at Jamboree. Dreads every minute.
6pm, Sunday, February 7, £5, Jamboree
5 Get all jazzed up
Singer and pianist Lee Gold is all geared up to entertain diners and drinkers at the heart of the estate. Expect a host of jazz classics from the Great American Songbook with double bass on the side.
8pm, Monday, February 8, from £5, Boisdale of Canary Wharf
6 Get a little bit scared
Remember the monsters from Goosebumps? Apparently they were real but imprisoned in the books by Jack Black. Guess what. In this film they get out and cause havoc.
5.15pm, Monday, February 8, various prices, Cineworld West India Quay
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9
Hear the sounds of the Buena Vista Social Club at Boisdale or catch Trumbo at Everyman in Crossrail Place
1 Listen to the sounds of Havana
This tribute to the Buena Vista Social Club sees select crew of expatriate Cuban musicians the Viva Allstars taking on the lovelorn ballads and dance numbers once heard in the hip Havana lounges of the 1920s and 1930s. Expect tracks such as Chan Chan made famous worldwide by Wim Wenders’ 1999 documentary chronicling Ry Cooder’s journey to record an album with ageing musicians on the island. .
9.15pm, Tuesday, February 9, from £7.50, Boisdale of Canary Wharf
2. Go to the movies in Crossrail Place
Remember that nice Bryan Cranston from Breaking Bad? Well, in Trumbo he’s a screenwriter called Dalton (not an area of London) who’s blacklisted for his political beliefs. Watch him entangle John Wayne, Kirk Douglas and Otto Preminger in his fight against gossip.
4pm, Tuesday, February 9, £14.50, Everyman Canary Wharf
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10
Be an early bird at The Space’s One Festival and get to know Janis Joplin intimately at Theatre Royal Stratford East
1 Testing, testing One Festival
See the first night of the first programme of four in this collection of new writing (A) featuring work by Colleen Osborne, Imogen Butler-Cole and Sebastian Rex.
Various times, until February 21, from £10, The Space
2. Buy a Mercedes Benz
And drive over to Stratford for Janis Joplin: Full Tilt, which chronicles the tragic tale of the rock singer with the atmosphere of a gig.
Various times, until March 5, various prices, Theatre Royal Stratford East
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