After cheap activities in London? Head to either Soho or Shoreditch where Ballie Ballerson is offering you entry from as little as £7.50, as well as themed cocktails, giant ball pits and even bottomless brunch starting from £20. What more could you want?
Cheap and Free Things To Do in London
'Broke as a joke' is a phrase that gets thrown around on the reg in London; everybody feels it, everybody knows the pain and even if you're lucky enough to have money, it doesn't last for long. If only there was a place where you could find all of the best things to do in this glorious city on the cheap. Well, like music to your poor ears, here lies a nifty little low down of all the things to do in London for less or for free. From events to comedy shows and club nights - these are the best cheap and free places to go in London. Bon appetit.
From only £12, you could get your Thursday started with a massive night of classic tunes, table dancing and fun and games. Think Musical Bingo, The Comedy House Party, Last Man Standing and more.
Head on over to The Four Thieves in Battersea this September for a cheap night out that involves wholesome (and slightly competitive) fun, with discounted drinks throughout the event. That's right, So Board are back with their tip top selection of classic games to have a crack at.
Live out your rock star dreams for one night only at Tooting Tram and Social's epic Rockaoke Live Band Karaoke event. Head here early doors and take to the stage to perform some of the most powerful anthems of all time, surrounded by the greatness of this 50-foot-tall Victorian industrial warehouse.
Archer Street is a cool and quirky cocktail bar with locations in Soho and Clapham Junction, offering its guests a number of cheap and free things to do. If you're a Disney fan, you'll be more than pleased to hear these guys have a whole darn event dedicated to some of their best soundtracks.
The Grand in Clapham invites London's music lovers to their humble home for a celebration of the wonderful worlds of Hip Hop and Garage. First inviting DJ Yoda for a DJ set based around the History of Hip Hop, the team then turn their focus to DJ Luck and MC Neat, who'll be playing all your favourite Garage tracks. Full of frivolous fun, and a bargain at only £8 a ticket, London events don't get cheaper and more cheerful than this.
One of the best new spots in Camden, this pizza and prosecco-fuelled venue offers a great mix of events, from pancake parties to bingo nights.
For all you fiends that love a cheap night out in London, The Shoreditch Pub Crawl is the answer to all of your prayers. These guys are undoubtedly one of the biggest party collectives in East London dedicated to showing the best time, taking you to the best places and giving it you all for cheaper. #Heroes.
With tickets from just £10, these are not only incredibly fun and uplifting, but they are purse-friendly. Expect to see some of London's most iconic landmarks as you scour the streets, soundtracked by hits from the 70's to present day, there's even the occasional flash mob to enjoy along the way.
It's doesn't have to cost a bomb to party at some of the best places in London as Supa Dupa Fly proves. The legendary clubnight is taking over London's coolest spaces for their huge hip hop nights, and best of all, you will be able to afford it.
If you're after a weekly dose of light-hearted fun for mum, dad and the kids, then Big Fish Little Fish's family kitchen raves are for you. The live-streamed festivals will see you joining 300,000 other houses in prancing around your sitting room to electronic and jungle tunes.
Venture around one of London's best museums with The national Gallery Quiz. With tickets from as low as £3 a pop, rally your team and head to the iconic spot where you'll be tasked with answering questions and deciphering clues.
BarHopping is kind of like most great bar tours in London, except here you get free shots and a welcome drink at the first venue. On the way you can expect further drink deals, welcome shots and queue jump, and advanced tickets are just £12.
If you're looking for somewhere to take your first tentative steps into the world of music, the Doña Bar's open mic nights could be for you. Watch the house band warm up before taking to the stage, or simply sitting back and enjoying the music - all for just £3.