Frugal fun in the sun
Tonight: Take a trip to Forest Hill for the Horniman Museum late after work. Open between 7-9pm, documentary The End of the Line will be screened in Gallery Square with a Q&A featuring Aquarium staff after.
Friday: Bow Arts Trust begin their Open Studios weekend this evening from 6.30 till late with over 100 artists participating.
Get a ticket to have a go at contorting yourself through LaserTrap at Future Gallery, £5.
Down Lambeth way, visit Woodfields Summer Fair on the edge of Tooting Common between 11am-5pm.
Jump on the Big Dance Bus in Walthamstow Town Square from 2pm with dance performances and the opportunity to learn some new moves yourself. Free.
There's a summer picnic in Richmond at Pensford Field between 11am-4pm. Pack scotch eggs and chill out to live acoustic music in this nature reserve.
For radio controlled bins, stilt walkers and an industrial waste orchestra pootle to Waltham Forest Green Fair at Lloyd Park in the fields between 1-6pm, free. Footie fans can watch the England match outdoors in Walthamstow Town Square.
Drop into the Truman Brewery, Brick Lane for Europe's biggest graduate art fair Free Range, this week focusing on 'New Blood'. 10am-7pm, free.
Monday: Nathan Coton previews his Edinburgh show "Breakfast at Stephanie's" at the Camden Head, NW1 7pm, £3.
Wednesday: Your last chance to see the Grant Museum in its current space before every bone, beetle, and brain is moved across the road. Skive off work and drop in during the special extended opening hours, to wave goodbye to your favourite specimen before it joins the long journey in Grant's Ark, 10am-5pm.
Join the Big Ideas talk "Do Thought Experiments Tell Us Anything?" free, at the Wheatsheaf, 8pm.
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