Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 27 May-2 June

Free ballet on the big screen on Wednesday in Trafalgar Square

Friday: Galleries in Peckham, Deptford and Bankside stay open late, free entry, for Last Friday on the South London Art Map.

Saturday: Try one of these free Walk London guided walks. More on Sunday too.

Head for Camino, Kings Cross for Fiesta en la Calle, a Spanish street party 6pm-2am. Live music between 6-9pm. Free entry.

Sunday: Levi Roots invites you to spend a Lazy Sunday in Brockwell Park SE24 with street dance, steel bands and reggae, plus cookery demos and some hot sauce. Noon to 4.30pm in front of the Lido.

Bank Holiday Monday: The Bupa London 10,000 road race goes off at 11am. Will you catch a glimpse of Paul Radcliffe running past?

The National Saxophone Choir play a free gig in the Southbank Bandstand at 1pm.

If your thoughts turn to home improvement visit the free Home Trends Show at Westfield for

Tuesday: OK, it’s a little over a fiver but if this is your sort of thing, it’s a bargain: Stephen Grasso, Witch and Witchdoctor, talks at the October Gallery on Smoke & Mirrors – A Psychogeography of Radical London. Reply on Facebook, pay on the door £7/5 conc.

Wednesday: Watch heart-wrenching ballet Manon on the big screen in Trafalgar Square, beamed live from the Royal Opera House. Free, 7.30pm.

Thursday: Our pick of First Thursday is St John on Bethnal Green. Visit the Soane church and see the permanent exhibition of Chris Gollon’s ’14 Stations of the Cross’

What did we miss? Let us know in the comments.

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