Been a muggy week, hasn’t it? Well don’t let the gathering clouds above put you off doing something fun this Wednesday.

1. Get lunch in Montgomery Square

The ever-popular Lunch Market will make its penultimate appearance in Montgomery Square .

Held once a month from April to September the collection of pop-ups feature delicious global cuisine created by local producers.

More than 30 stalls will serve fresh, hearty dishes at around £7 each – sure to tantalize the palates of both the hungry and the frugal.

Montgomery Square, 11am-3pm

2. Get spaced out in north Greenwich

Fashion and furniture is the name of the game in Greenwich’s Now Gallery , as artists Yinka Ilori, Christine Mhando and Arieta Mujay bring African parables to life in an immersive art space.

Home Affairs sees four spaces in the gallery take their inspiration from traditional Nigerian and Swahili tales and, using Mhando’s bespoke Khanga textiles, Ilori will create provocative furniture to add to the piece. Entrance is free.

Now Gallery, Greenwich Peninsula, until September 4, 10am-7pm

3. Get terrified in Poplar

A film night dedicated to the early works of Master of Weird David Lynch will take place in Poplar.

Short films from the veteran American director, alongside his nightmarish 1968 cult classic Eraserhead will be shown in the Paper and Cup space in St Paul’s Way. Entry is free.

Paper and Cup, 7pm