Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 22-28 July

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Things To Do In London On The Cheap: 22-28 July

Friday: It's free admission and a cheap bar at the Urban 75 Offline Brixton Ska Party Special at the Prince Albert, 9pm-2am.

Saturday: Watch International Horseball for free at Lee Valley Riding Centre (and Sunday 1.15-3.15pm).

The Rise of the Non-Conformists, Whitecross Street Party takes place all weekend creating an outdoor art gallery experience.

Get to a live site in Trafalgar Square, Woolwich or Walthamstow to celebrate 1 year to the Olympics or see what your local sport or leisure centre is laying on free.

Join Thames21 at the Tower of London foreshore as part of the National Archaeology Weekend, 12.30-2pm (and Sunday).

Ealing Blues Festival is in Walpole Park from 1-10pm, £4 adults, kids free.

Shoreditch Bark Dog Show takes place in Shoreditch Park from around 1pm, free to watch. Then go and look round Building Exploratory (above Waterhouse on the Canal) until 5pm.

Sunday: SHEDspace is a festival of art, food, music, fashion, film and sheds. Between 12-6pm, free admission to all sheds.

SW Craft Club hosts a summer pop-up event in Tooting Tram and Social between 12-4pm. Make and take crafts, swap vintage clothes, try, learn and enjoy. Free to attend.

Islington Exhibits focuses on the south of the borough this weekend and you can join an exhibitions walk between 1-4pm.

Ealing Global Festival has the Wurzels headlining in Walpole Park from 1-10pm, £4 adults, kids free.

Monday: The Summer Skate Spectacular takes place at Lee Valley Ice Centre between 11am-4pm, skate sessions just £5 per person including skate hire.

Tuesday: LSE and BBC Radio 4 join forces for this evening's public debate: Keynes v Hayek - How do we get out of the financial mess we're in? Free to attend, starts 6.30pm, first come, first served at Old Theatre, Old Building LSE.

Wednesday: Take the Zero Hour Bus Tour from midnight till 2am - part of inTRANSIT festival. Free but you must book.

Thursday: It's family fun week with music, circus and animal games at the National Theatre's Watch This Space festival (weather permitting).

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Last Updated 21 July 2011