Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 2-8 July

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Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 2-8 July

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Monday: See Get Stuff, Break Free on a secret open air stage at the National Theatre at 8.45pm (free).

Tuesday: Play board games, card games and maybe an epic war game with London on Board's Tuesday night gaming session downstairs at the Red Herring, Gresham Street from 5.30pm (free).

Wednesday: Watch unseen shorts and eat free popcorn at Kino London's open-mic short film night at CAMP Basement, Old Street from 8.15pm (£4 entry, £3 with flyer).

Thursday: The Magic Tombolinos play Commuter Music at Liverpool Street Station as part of the ongoing City of London Festival from 5.30-7.30pm (free).

Friday: Hear Carla Rees play a rare quarter tone flute in Shoreditch Church from 7.30pm (free).

Saturday: It's World Pride Day, hosted by Pride London with a procession leaving Baker Street at 11am going to Whitehall followed by partying in Trafalgar Square and Soho till late. (free).

See five world premières by five diverse choreographers in a shared billing of ballet, contemporary and South Asian flavoured dance performances for Dance Holland Park at 1pm (£5).

Sunday: Watch young people dancing in the Scoop amphitheatre at More London for the Big Youth Dance Weekend between 10.30am-3pm (free).

The brand new Unity Festival promises "5 hours of feel good music, amazing food & drink plus park entertainment" in support of Peace One Day at Fairfield Park, Kingston from midday till 5pm (£5).

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Last Updated 01 July 2012