Duck the "double dip" with our recommendations of cheap and champion things to do around town this week.
Image of Camley Street Natural Park which will be saluting the sun this weekend and is free to visit by nomadologist via the Londonist Flickrpool.
Friday: The V&A celebrates Chinese culture with its Late, focusing on film, fashion and contemporary art. Free admission, open 6.30-10pm.
Saturday: Camley Street Natural Park salutes the sun with themed arts and crafts and a "sun dance". Free.
Smile or Die: Swedenborg, the Cerebellum and Procedural Control is a lecture and book launch in honour of Emanuel Swedenborg's birthday at the Swedenborg Society, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, WC1 from 4.30pm. Free to attend but please book your place: email@example.com.
Sunday: Rock Against The Cuts in Barnet. Join the rally to protest against proposed council cuts and support ArtsDepot by attending the free afternoon gig between 1-4pm.
Museum of London Docklands is showing their last Ealing Comedy film this afternoon at 2pm, ending with the Lavender Hill Mob. Free to attend.
Monday: Secret Chiefs meet at the Devereux to talk about Odinism and the Pagan Revival. Starts 7.30pm, talk at 8.30pm, all welcome, £2 admission.
Tuesday: Art Saves Lives celebrate the opening of their new shop in partnership with Deptford Living Archive where stuff meets community meets theatre. Dudley Sutton will read a poem specially written for Art Saves Lives, simply called New Cross Gate. Plus cake. Fun starts at 7pm and is free to attend at 455 New Cross Road.
Wednesday: Was Jung a Mystic? Find out in Wellcome Library tonight where there's a talk on just that followed by a drink or two with your fellow talkees. Free to attend but please book your place. 7-8.15pm.
Our Facebook friends have other suggestions, such as stay home, drink 3 bottles of Lambrini and take a packed lunch on the bus.