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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.
With tickets from only £3, this immersive experience is well worth the money. Take a journey into the world of books, as you explore installations and meet characters in a theatrical show.
Head to Yosma for a night of hypnotic house music from the one and only Urmet. The Estonian DJ and producer will be bringing his signature sounds to Baker Street's Turkish meyhane and Raki bar.
One of the best cheap events in London, head to The Old Queens Head for another few rounds of this night of bonkers comedy, performance and bizarre party games that will leave you lost for words.
Spend you summer partying at one of these fabulous parties that take you from day to night. With tickets costing as little as £5, you can expect London's best DJs, glitter painting, dancers and plenty more.
Blues Kitchen Camden proves that you don't need to bags of money to watch some of the best live music in London. Head to the North London venue to catch a regular line-up of blues bands who put on one hell of a party.
Taking place across the city, Halloween Week is run by Wicked Student Nights and will include massive singalongs, club nights and all sorts of fun, starting from £5.
Have your funny bone tickled for only a fiver as The Colonel Fawcett pub in Camden host their regular comedy club. There is always a hot line-up of talent, from fresh on the scene through to regular acts.
Perfect your margarita mixology skills at this fun and insightful masterclass, just in time for Day of the Dead. You'll get to learn all about the history of the drink before making two exceptional concoctions yourselves.
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.
For a Saturday night out that won't break the bank, this epic new Saturday club night at Cargo is the place for you. With amazing music, drinks and cheap entry, it's one of the best cheap nights out in London.
Live At 95 is a weekly live jazz night that draws in crowds from across East London. The night takes place every Wednesday at Ray's Bar and is hosted by the talented saxophonist Rachael Cohen. Having played alongside some of London's biggest jazz artists in the city's biggest venues, Cohen will be performing two sets on the night, showing off her many musical talents and leaving everyone with a soulful beat in their head.
Don't pay so much for premium comedy with Antic, who have gathered some of the best comedians around and put them on stage in London's most unique and traditional pubs.
With tickets from only £5, Oktoberfest doesn't get much better than this. Located in the heart of Brixton, the Jamm is bringing you Bavarian games, street food from Herman Ze German, steins of beer, oompah DJs, a Berlin-themed club room... and lots of lederhosen.
With tickets from just £5, this cheap club night in London promises the best vibes and killer dance moves as Girl Power takes over Bethnal Green working men's club for DJs, glitter and drag queens.
Cinema in London is expensive, right? WRONG. Well, not at the Grand Presents that is. Gather together a few quid (or just one if you get in early enough), and you'll be treated to cult classic flicks hosted from The Clapham Grand's grandiose theatre-style cinema. Going in a group? Book in a 5 or 10 and they'll discount your already-cheap-as-chips tickets even further. Click through for the film schedule.
From £4.50 you can party like it's the '80s and '90s again at Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes with their mad party night. DJs are going to be spinning some serious retro hits, there's karaoke, bowling and arcade games and best of all, giant pizza. Bring back the '90s we say!
Get the best hip hop tracks played by the best DJs as Down Low returns to Concrete, bringing even more massive anthems from Jay Z, Miss Elliott, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and so much more.
Belushi's is your one stop shop for affordable events that don't skimp on the fun, whether that's viewing parties packed full of beer, great food, and the best atmosphere, bottomless brunches, or massive parties that these guys know how to pull.
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.
With general admission completely free, this great event in North London will bring a taste of Munich to the capital. Get ready for beer, bratwurst and lots of benches as Funsbury Park transforms into a giant German beer hall for the last two weekends of October.
With tickets from only £1, this night out at Ballie Ballerson is a no-brainer. Soak up insanely cheap drinks with your student card and make your way into the 4,000-foot space, which currently houses over a million balls. You won't wanna miss this.
Join Mark's Bar every Friday for a late night party after work, with guest DJs and special cocktails to get the party started, and cinema-style seating and contemporary British art to set the ambience.
Whether you're in the mood to perform a little poetry, or simply looking to experience something a little different, head to this West End hangout, where stand-up comedian and burlesque artist, Glory Pearl has gathered a few friends for an evening of open mic poetry.
As if Fridays weren't great enough, the team at the Arcola Theatre offer Londoners a chance to relive the vibrant 1930s with a night dedicated to soulful jazz and fun-loving swing dancing. Grab that special someone, pull on your best pair of dancing shoes and head to Dalston. Guests will first take part in a dance class before watching a talented jazz band fill the air with quavering notes and trembling tunes.
With tickets starting from only £7, you can't get much better than Concrete this Friday. The Shoreditch spot is joining forces with Chicken N Beer for a night of special guest DJs spinning classic tunes, hip hop, trap, afrobeats and more all night long.
From only £12, you could get your Thursday started with a massive night of classic tunes, table dancing and fun and games. Musical Bingo are bringing one of their hilarious nights to Concrete Shoreditch; join the venue for one final summer blow out.
Make the City Comedy Club your midweek treat. Just two minutes from Liverpool Street Station, grab a drink, eat some British pub grub, and laugh all night.
Candlelit Yin Yoga is an amazing way to relax on the cheap in London, with the calming candles setting the scene, and the held stretches promoting a healthy mind, flexibility and overall relaxation.
From the Twisted Circus to Reggae Brunch, the team at Xclusive Touch are responsible for some of London's biggest club nights and parties. With London's biggest DJs on their speed-dial and always coming up with fun themed nights out, the group never disappoints. To sweeten the deal, all their events are reasonably priced, so you won't have to break the bank to enjoy a night out in London.
A night of outstanding comedians and comfortable pubbing sounds like just the sort of cheap thing to do in London that you'll be interested in. Laugh Train Home showcases some of the best rising stand-up talent in the UK as well as some of the biggest names on the circuit.
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.
The Grove Bar and Restaurant in Hammersmith has become a favourite spot for West London's many comedy fans. Head down to the venue's weekly comedy night and see 10 amateur comedians, alongside a hilarious host and 2 professional comedians, perform all their best material on stage. Best of all, tickets are priced at just £1.
See one of the finest views in London from the gorgeous Sky Pod Bar. Great value for money, this amazing experience is perfect for a date night or an intimate catch up.
You want some of the best events, top DJs, and coolest parties held in an amazing club space and rooftop venue? You go to The Prince of Wales. You want all of that without breaking the bank, you go to the Prince of Wales.
Having made a reputation for itself by delivering amazing American-themed dishes and stunning whisky-based cocktails, the team at Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch now turn to focus on their live music. Featuring the likes of The Blues Brothers, Soul Exchange and Ephemerals, the venue offers East London's music fans the perfect night out with their mates.
If you're after a Halloween event that won't break the bank, forget the rooftop parties and table service nights out and head to east, where this City spot is bringing you a chilled out night dedicated to boo-zy bubble tea. Dress up and prepare to get down.
Boasting a funky cocktail menu, colourful interiors and a PVC-covered bed, this new hangout from the team behind Tonight Josephine and Blame Gloria is sure to be your new favourite watering hole.
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.
Fun, fast-paced and action-packed, this cheap London comedy event is a great excuse for getting the gang together and getting a little silly. From True & False questions to straight up twerking, there's no end of hilarity at this hilarious quiz.
It's never a quiet night when The Old Queen's Head is involved. The Angel pub is a huge party destination known for their brilliant clubnights, party to Prince, bow down with The Cuban Brothers and dance to the best of Disco Freaks.
Take a journey back in time and enjoy the hits of #ThrowbackThursday only at Cargo! DJ Daniel Pozzebon will spinning the Old School Hip Hop, R&B and everything in between as you party your way through every track that gives you that special nostalgia feeling.
One of the city's most premium and beautiful clubs opens its doors every Saturday to the Twisted Circus. Expect performances from fire breathers, contortionists and more, as the DJs play the best in house, RnB, and club classics.
With tickets from just six pounds, this cool and quirky Camden club night is bringing you one of the weirdest and wildest nights out in the capital as it drags you into its circus underworld.
With tickets from just £5, this great East London club night offers fantastic music, drinks, dancing and food, as well as so much more. Open from 6pm - 3am every Friday, it's one of the best cheap club nights in London.
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.
Head to Liverpool Street's swanky Andaz Hotel where Lady A has teamed up with Bulleit and tattoo artist Sophie Mo for this immersive whiskey-centred experience. There's boozy masterclasses, one-off dishes and the chance for one-on-one tattoo consultancies with Sophie.
With 2-4-1 burgers and a £2 buy-in, the Aeronaut quiz is a must-visit for trivia fans. Grab your best and brightest mates and head to this quirky Acton pub for a chance to win cash, cabaret and comedy tickets, brunches and booze.
On the search for something fun and cheap? Well if you're a fan of The Boss then look no further. The world's biggest Bruce Springsteen-dedicated night is coming to London for a very special festive installment.