We know it's Monday, but try these on for size and give your frown a Friday-style facelift.
1. Get folked up
Firefly Burning ’s music electrifies audiences with its cinematic atmosphere and it will be coming to the Spiegeltent in Canary Wharf. They will be joined by multi-instrumental trio Three Cane Whale , who combine the influences of folk, classical and film music to produce something fascinating and remarkable. Tickets cost £10.
7.30pm, Canada Square
2. Hit the right notes
Fifteen pianos will be dotted throughout Canary Wharf’s open spaces, parks, malls and waterfront areas to help you get your juices flowing. The installations, named Play Me, I'm Yours are there for any musically adept individual – or just someone who can play their favourite TV theme – to jump on free and have a go.
Anytime, Canary Wharf
3. Take in the latest Woody Allen
In an Irrational Man a burned-out professor – one who believes in lessons from life rather than textbooks - takes a job at a small college, everyone there is buzzing. He becomes involved with a teacher as well as a precocious student, but it takes a dramatic, existential act to turn his life around and make him see the world through a much rosier and more positive perspective. Stars Emma Stone, Joaquin Phoenix and Jamie Blackley. Watch at Cineworld - West India Quay from £11.40 on the door.
8.10pm, 10.30pm, West India Quay