At least one thing to do every day on the cheap this week
Monday: Iain Sinclair goes in search of mysterious Soho author, Roland Camberton in the company of the Sohemian Society at the Wheatsheaf, 7.30pm (£3).
Ever thought about giving Laughter Yoga a go? Get down to the Southbank for 7.30pm and try it (free).
Tuesday: Go to the GFest party at Rich Mix with 'Habibi' DJ from 9pm (free).
Wednesday: The Grant Museum hosts its annual Robert Grant lecture: Zoology and Mythology: Angels, Fairies and Dragons from 6.30pm (free, with glass of wine and late view of the museum included).
Thursday: If you like the designery village at Westfield but don't dare go in the shops, register for a ticket to One Night Only, a fashion, beauty, music and shopping event in association with Harpers Bazaar, 6-10pm (free).
Friday: The Swedenborg Society Short Film Festival features films of 30 mins or less on themes related to the scientist/philosopher/radical theologian and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg, between 6-9pm (free but please book).
Saturday: Take a William Blake walk from Tate Modern to Bunhill Fields with CoolTan Arts between midday-4pm (free but donations appreciated).
Things are Christmassy on Hyde Park as Winter Wonderland opens (free to wander around and visit Father Christmas).
Sunday: Drop by Bloomberg SPACE, Finsbury Square to see the last COMMA commission featuring dancers from the Place. Open daily until 27 November, 11am-6pm (free entry).
Visit the artwork at Occupy Finsbury Square outside when you're done.
Help create the world's longest pong - that's ping pong, no smells please - at Rich Mix between midday till late (free).
What did we miss? Let us know in the comments.