You could walk waterfront London with a Westminster Guide this Saturday or you could drop by Foyles Gallery and see our free exhibition Thames Barrier to Teddington. This picture by tubb is in it.
Skint this week? You could stay home and try and crack the latest bunch of Londonist Londony Quiz Questions from last week. Or try this frugal fun:
The free SUNDAY Art Fair begins today and is open till 8pm tonight. Get along to P3 on Marylebone Road for this funky, emerging talent, gallery led international art fair.
Oh, and it's SELFS time again: Christopher Josiffe: The Dalby Spook. Be there for 8pm. Still only £2.50.
Friday: There's a cheese and wine festival at the Royal Festival Hall open till 8pm and browsing is free. There are also free dance performances in the Hayward Gallery at 5.30, 7.10 and 9.30 Celebrating Trisha Brown as part of Dance Umbrella.
Westminster Guides give free guided walks of local waterfront London, every hour, on the hour from 10am-4pm.
Home Movie Day at the Cinema Museum, Kennington, 11am-5pm, free.
Sunday: Paddle in the Effra, sort of, with a guided walk of 'hidden Lambeth' to raise money for Friends of the Earth. 11.30am, meet Belair House, Dulwich. £5.
Monday: The Institute of Ideas hosts a discussion on public health at the Royal Society of Medicine. Free, 7pm.
Tuesday: East West sees Opera Holland Park and Chelsea Music Academy join forces fusing Western opera with Middle Eastern music. Leighton House 7.30pm, £5/4. Part of Across The Street, Around The World.
Wednesday: Cheap comedy in Kings Cross tonight at The Queens Head, 33 Acton Street, WC1X 9NB. (3 minutes from Kings X). Tom Webb / Nish Kumar / Charlie Talbot / Tony Law (who is awesome) for just £3. Doors 7pm.