Monday: Alison Rockband talks about Magical Theatre for the Secret Chiefs upstairs at The Devereux pub, off Strand from 8.30pm (all welcome, £2).
Tuesday: Architecture fiends will find a cheap screening of Bata-ville: We are not afraid of the future at RIBA tonight from 6.30pm (£5).
OK, so this one costs a full £7 but who wouldn't want to splash out to hear Charles Dickens talk about Charles Dickens? From 6pm at Zizzi's Wigmore Street W1 (£7 or £5 concs.).
Wednesday: Artist Conrad Shawcross is in conversation at Parasol Unit, N1 talking about his sculpture practice and his influences from 7pm (£5).
Dress in 30s vintage gear and get in free to the Mondrian | Nicholson Late at the Courtauld Gallery from 6-9pm (otherwise, £6/£4.50 concs).
Party hard with Vice to celebrate the launch of their new issue at the Old Blue Last, Shoreditch from 8pm till 1am (free entry).
Friday: The V&A Late celebrates the spring equinox and Persian new year from 6.30-10pm (free).
Saturday: Watch sword dancing in Soho with the Rapperlympics from 11am-4pm (free).
Explore the Crisis Commission artwork in Somerset House East Galleries and enjoy a spotlight tour at 2.30pm (entry and tour free - and Sunday)
Hop aboard the Room for London aloft the Southbank Centre to see a special screening of Heart of Darkness from 5.30pm (free - come and go as you like, subject to space).
Drop by Notting Hill's West Bank Gallery for an Art Saves Lives night of music, poetry and three floors of contemporary art from 8pm (free).
Sunday: Join a leisurely walk through the River Lee Country Park from 10.30am.
Barnet Countryside Centre has a open afternoon and seed swap between 2-5pm (free entry).
Check out our things to do in London for free page for more.
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