London On The Cheap: 25 February - 3 March

Lindsey
By Lindsey Last edited 99 months ago
London On The Cheap: 25 February - 3 March

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People enjoying the free Chinese New Year celebrations in Trafalgar Square last weekend by Aydeen

How to get your jollies on just the jingling change in your threadbare pockets this week.

Tonight: Enjoy a free peculiar walk round Clapham with a Squeeze earworm plus "sects & drugs and moments of madness". Meet at Clapham South tube, 7pm. RSVP here.

Friday: Pie + mash + pub + London songs and films + indie = a marvellous Friday at the Vauxhall Griffin. Free admission, 8pm til late.

Over at the V&A it's the start of the Digital Design Festival weekend, celebrating the decode exhibition, starting with a late 6.30-10pm. All events free but some may be ticketed.

Saturday: They've already got a protest song but now the campaign to save Whittington Hospital A&E steps up with a march from Highbury Corner, gathering in Highbury Fields at midday and walking through Holloway to the Hospital.

Wikipedia fans, if you can stretch to £5.80 for admission (£3.25 for kids) it would be a good weekend to visit the Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret as they want you to come, learn and photograph then update their entry as part of Britain hearts Wikipedia.

Smarten up for the Fairtrade Tea Dance at the Salvation Army Church, Wandsworth and an evening of Fairtrade tea & coffee tasting to a mixture of world, wartime and Big Band music. 7.30-10pm. Admission £3, RSVP louisewandsworth@live.co.uk

Sunday: Take a Transport Museum walk round the first suburb, Golders Green, led by a local guide. Free but book 24 hours in advance on 020 7565 7298.

The Roxy's Cult Season screens Donnie Darko at 7.30pm, £3 to non-members. Can't mention that film without thinking about those big eared bikes.

Monday: Jewish Book Week brings you poets David Lehman and Mark Ford headlining an evening of poetry at Oxfam Books and Music shop, 91 Marylebone High Street at 7pm.

Tuesday: Did you believe the Da Vinci Code? Get yourself down to Goldsmiths for a free public psychology lecture: Believing in the Da Vinci Code: Social-Cognitive Predictors and Correlates. 6.10pm in Room 256, Richard Hoggart Building.

Wednesday: It's Party Piece at Pangea Project from 7.30pm with free stand up comedy hosted by Tom Webb, boasting up to a dozen fine and fresh faced comedians.

What did we miss? Tip us off to free and under a fiverish events around town by leaving a comment, emailing tips@londonist.com or tweeting @londonist.

Last Updated 25 February 2010