Friday, 17 January 2014 – Sunday, 19 January 2014: Free shows and activities in London for the weekend


Hello there! We present some free events and activities for the weekend. Most of them are daily or weekly events so if you miss them this weekend you can experience them during another weekend or even another day. Don’t miss the “Chinese Festival: Paper, Painting and Performance” held at the V&A museum though! Here are the events in more detail:

  • start the weekend on Friday with  the daily free, one-hour guided tours (11.30am & 2.30pm + 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays) of the National Gallery (highly recommended); on Fridays there is an extra, late, 7pm tour (the gallery closes at 9pm); a great way to spend your evening! Don’t miss the ones this Saturday with Leslie Primo; his tours are humorous, informative and inspiring!
  • alternatively, try the guided tours at the V&A museum: they are too free, last one hour and they are very inspiring. Introductory tours at 10.30am, 12.30, 1.30 and 3.30pm daily; Theatre and Performance Galleries Tour at 2pm (check at the museum as it doesn’t take place all the weekdays; it is safe to say that it’s on during the weekends)
  • If you haven’t done it before register online (before 6pm on Friday – one-off procedure) at parkrun and participate on Saturday at 9am. Parkrun is a free, 5K timed runs in various (42 so far!) parks in London (Brockwell, Crystal Palace, Finsbury, Richmond etc.) & the UK. Even if you don’t register you can still take part in the parkrun though your name will not be included in the results.
  • Illustration of children and music notesFor those with children aged 2-5, consider storytelling sessions with a touch of music (Sunday, 10.30am & 11.30am – The National Gallery)
  • Finally don’t miss the “Chinese Festival: Paper, Painting and Performance” on Sunday at the V&A (12 noon – 5pm). There will be free, drop-in and available on a first come, first served basis activities and performances related to Chinese culture. Performances and activities include calligraphy, fashion, crafts (make your own decorative paper kite, create a Chinese opera mask, paper cutting, paper folding), music and dance. Some of the events are recommended for children (ages 3+). Click here for the full schedule of activities and performances (PDF document).

Have an exciting weekend!

To get the full list of events and all their details for the weekend (Friday, 17 January 2014 – Sunday, 19 January 2014), or to make plans for any future dates please scroll down to the calendar and click on the event(s) you are interested in.

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Friday, 10 January 2014 – Sunday, 12 January 2014: Free shows and activities in London for the weekend


London Ice Festival 2012 - Discobolus

© 2012-2014, LFS – Ice sculpture “Winter Sports” by Belgium team (Frank De Conynck & Dries De Belie)

Hello there! We present some free events and activities for the weekend. Most of them are daily or weekly events so if you miss them this weekend you can experience them during another weekend or even another day. Don’t miss the annual London Ice Sculpting Festival though! Here are the events in more detail:

  • Ice sculptor from the UK using chain saw to form his sculpture

    © 2012-2014, LFS – Ice Sculptor at work

    start the weekend on Friday by visiting the London Ice Sculpting Festival 2014. Watch from 12 noon ice sculptors participating in competitions and try yourself (from 4pm to 8pm) to ice sculpt by attending 20-minute masterclasses (children must be 12+ to participate). All for free! On Saturday the Festival is open between 10am and 7pm and on Sunday from 12 noon to 6pm. Time to take some amazing pictures or video with your camera and impress yourself and your friends!

  • PLUS  the daily free, one-hour guided tours (11.30am & 2.30pm + 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays) of the National Gallery (highly recommended); on Fridays there is an extra, late, 7pm tour (the gallery closes at 9pm); a great way to spend your evening!
  • If you haven’t done it before register online (before 6pm on Friday – one-off procedure) at parkrun and participate on Saturday at 9am. Parkrun is a free, 5K timed runs in various (42 so far!) parks in London (Brockwell, Crystal Palace, Finsbury, Richmond etc.) & the UK. Even if you don’t register you can still take part in the parkrun though your name will not be included in the results.

Have an exciting weekend!

To get the full list of events and all their details for the weekend (Friday, 10 January 2014 – Sunday, 12 January 2014), or to make plans for any future dates please scroll down to the calendar and click on the event(s) you are interested in.

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Saturday, 17 November 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 18 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of children, a red cross and musical instruments (drums, acoustic guitar, keyboard, trumpet & mute)

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!
  • for children (aged 3+) there are free ticketed (pass) interactive hands-on workshops related to the collections of the Horniman museum were you will have the opportunity to touch real museum objects. The focus of the workshops is animals (start at 11.45am & 1pm).

The London Jazz Festival is on its penultimate day (lasts until Sunday, 18 November) and  there are several free events including:

  • free gig by drummer/composer Tommy Evans and his 13-piece orchestra, performing “The Green Seagull” a suite of music inspired by the life of his uncle, David Partridge and combining jazz, folk, Indian and classical music (Barbican, 3.30pm). Listen to Early Doors clip to get an idea of Tommy Evans’s music
  • Illustration of two acoustic guitarsnot related to the London Jazz Festival there are two free gigs by Angelina & JC Grimshaw performing classic jazz, blues, eastern European folk & gipsy mandolin – classic covers as well as original songs (National Theatre 1pm & 5.45pm).

If you are more into painting try the following:

  • free talk on Poussin’s painting “Landscape with a Man killed by a Snake” (The National Gallery, 1pm)
  • if you are still there at 4pm, there is a free 10-minute talk discussing the juxtaposition of photography (“E. Horsfield, Well Street, East London, February 1987″) and art (Degas’s “After the Bath, Woman drying herself”) and how the latter inspires the former
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ]
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too. There is also a free, ticketed, guided tour exploring more about Southbank Centre’s roots, architecture and some memorable moments in its 60-year history (2.30pm).

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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Saturday, 10 November 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 21 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of children, a red cross, a vintage microphone and musical instruments (trumpet with mute), keyboard, double bass, drums)

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!
  • for children (aged 3+) there are free ticketed (pass) interactive hands-on workshops related to the collections of the Horniman museum were you will have the opportunity to touch real museum objects. The focus of the workshops is puppets (start at 11.45am & 1pm)

The London Jazz Festival is on its second day (lasts until Sunday, 18 November) and  there are six free events:

  • free gig by multi-vocal solo artist Hyperpotamus performing music using only his voice, a few microphones and a loop pedal (National Maritime Museum, 2pm). Watch his music video “De Camino
  • free gig with Golden Age of Steam, ADA trio featuring Peter Brötzmann, Paal Nilssen-Love and Fred Longberg-Holm, Eve Risser, MeTal-O-PHoNe, Johannes Bauer and Per Åke Holmlander. Presented by BBC Radio 3′s Jez Nelson (Cafe OTO, 2pm). Find more about Golden Age of Steam and listen to their music here
  • free jazz Line-Up hosted by Kevin LeGendre with two surprise bands (Southbank Centre, 3.30pm). Later at 6pm (same place) Finnish group Oddarrang featuring drummer and composer Olavi Louhivuori) with influences from jazz, classical, world and postmodern rock music will perform. Listen to them to get an idea of how they sound like
  • Illustration of a trumpet and mutefree gig by Anne Paceo Triphase (Anne Paceo – drums, Leonardo Montana – piano, Joan Eche-Pulg – bass) + Stephane Belmondo Quartet (Barbican, 4pm). Watch this video with Anne Paceo Triphase performing live, and this one with Stephane Belmondo Quartet
  • Illustration of a keyboardfree event where composer and pianist Alexander Hawkins and vibes player Corey Mwamba discuss and debate their own perspectives on the history of jazz, combining lively chat with excerpts from albums they’ve grown up listening to and occasional live interjections. On this first part Alexander and Corey explore the deep history of jazz from its birth in the 19th century American South, through to the classic jazz of the ’20s, the swing era of the ’30s and up to the revolutionary evolution of bebop in the ’40s (Southbank Centre, 5.30pm). Second part is on Sunday 11 November at 5.30pm.

If you are more into painting try the following:

  • free talk on Cione’s painting “The Coronation of the Virgin” (The National Gallery, 1pm)
  • if you are still there at 4pm, there is a free 10-minute talk discussing the juxtaposition of photography (“E. Horsfield, Well Street, East London, February 1987″) and art (Degas’s “After the Bath, Woman drying herself”) and how the latter inspires the former
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ]
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too. There is also a free, ticketed, guided tour exploring more about Southbank Centre’s roots, architecture and some memorable moments in its 60-year history (2.30pm).

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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Saturday, 27 October 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 22 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of children, music notes, a keyboard, a map of Africa, a honeycomb, a carrot and tomatoes

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!
  • free description session of Ingres’s painting “Madame Moitessier” (The National Gallery, 11.30am); Meet at Sainsbury Wing Information Desk; advance booking recommended to guarantee a place: Tel: 020 7747 5855 Email: education@ng-london.org.uk
  • Illustration of a map of Africafor children (aged 3+) there are free ticketed (pass) interactive hands-on workshops related to the collections of the Horniman museum were you will have the opportunity to touch real museum objects. The focus of the workshops is Africa (start at 11.45am & 1pm)
  • celebration of the opening of the newly designed Jubilee Gardens with free urban gardening, beekeeping, Junk Orchestra and London Orchestra workshops, free music and dance (Jubilee Gardens, Southbank Centre, 1pm-7pm, also on Sunday 12 noon-6pm)
  • Illustration of a keyboardfree gig with Guy Gardner Trio performing jazz standards and originals (National Theatre, 1pm & 5.45pm). Find more about Guy Gardner (pianist) here
  • free talk on Van Huysum’s painting “Flowers in a Terracotta Vase” (The National Gallery, 1pm)
  • Illustration of childrenfree storytelling sessions with the author and illustrator of the Katie books, James Mayhew amazing children and adults alike with his ability to tell a story whilst painting upside down. Each story session will be followed by a book signing (The National Gallery, 11.30am & 3.30pm)
  • if you are still there at 4pm, there is a free 10-minute talk on Caravaggio’s painting “The Supper at Emmaus”. Can you spot the seashell?
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ]
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too. There is also a free, ticketed, guided tour exploring more about Southbank Centre’s roots, architecture and some memorable moments in its 60-year history (2.30pm).

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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Saturday, 20 October 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 22 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of children, music notes, an acoustic guitar, a vintage microphone and a red cross

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!
  • Illustration of children and music notesfor children (aged 3+) there are free ticketed (pass) interactive hands-on workshops related to the collections of the Horniman museum were you will have the opportunity to touch real museum objects. The focus of the workshops is music (start at 11.45am & 1pm)
  • Bloomsbury Festival 2012 is on and among other events you can attend a free drop-in event with dance performances and activities related to feet (Russel Square, 10am-6pm). Or if you feel more active why don’t you try a free gumboot dancing workshop (Wellcome Collection, 3pm & 4pm)
  • Illustration of a vintage microphonefree gig by singer-songwriter Sumudu performing acoustic/country/folk material (National Theatre, 1pm & 5.45pm). Watch her singing “Blackbird” (The Beatles) here
  • free talk on Eeckhout’s painting “Group Portrait” (The National Gallery, 1pm)
  • if you are still there at 4pm, there is a free 10-minute talk on Caravaggio’s painting “The Supper at Emmaus”. Can you spot the seashell?
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ]
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too. There is also a free, ticketed, guided tour exploring more about Southbank Centre’s roots, architecture and some memorable moments in its 60-year history (2.30pm).

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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Saturday, 13 October 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 18 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of children, 3 vintage microphones, a glass of red wine, cheese and a red cross

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!
  • Illustration of a class of wine and a slice of cheeseif you love cheese and wine you shouldn’t miss The Cheese and Wine Festival at Southbank Centre (11am-8pm, until 6pm on Sunday, 14  October). There will be lots of free cookery demonstrations, talks, tastings and other events related to cheese and wine
  • Illustration of childrenfor children (aged 3+) there are free ticketed (pass) interactive hands-on workshops related to the collections of the Horniman museum were you will have the opportunity to touch real museum objects. The focus of the workshops is masks (start at 11.45am & 1pm)
  • Illustration of 3 vintage microphonesfree gig by Lennanshees, a group of three female a cappella singers from York (National Theatre, 1pm & 5.45pm). Listen to their close harmony singing here
  • free talk on Botticelli’s painting “The Adoration of the Kings” (The National Gallery, 1pm). Can you spot the two monkeys?
  • if you are still there at 4pm, there is a free 10-minute talk on Caravaggio’s painting “The Supper at Emmaus”. Can you spot the seashell?
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ]
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too.

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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Saturday, 6 October 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 22 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of children, two acoustic guitars and a red cross

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!
  • Illustration of childrenfor children (aged 3+) there are free ticketed (pass) interactive hands-on workshops related to the collections of the Horniman museum were you will have the opportunity to touch real museum objects. The focus of the workshops is adornments (start at 11.45am & 1pm)
  • free gig with Angelina & JC Grimshaw performing classic jazz, blues, eastern European folk & gipsy mandolin – classic covers as well as original songs (National Theatre, 1pm & 5.45pm). Find more information about the artists and listen to their music by clicking here
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ] Or you can experience with a free guided tour (11.30am) the new “Superhuman” gallery that showcases a range of objects aiming to enhance our physical abilities (e.g. a bullet proof vest, a prosthetic hand, a packet of Viagra) alongside contributions from artists, scientists, ethicists and commentators
  • several free British Sign Language (BSL)-interpreted events at The National Gallery (11am-3pm)
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too.

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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Saturday, 29 September 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 21 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of a keyboard, a double bass, drums, a vintage microphone and a red cross

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!

There is lots of free music and dancing:

  • free (but booking an e-ticket is essential) Gumboot Dancing Workshop. Learn to slap your wellies to the beat of gold miners in this exhilarating traditional gumboot dance from South Africa. There will be limited pairs of wellies available, so please bring your own if possible (Wellcome Collection, 12 noon & 3pm; lasts 1 hour)
  • fIllustration of a vintage microphoneree gigs with Irene Serra, a vocalist mainly performing jazz, blues, soul & funk (National Theatre, 1pm & 5.45pm). You could find more information about Irene Serra and listen to her singing by clicking here
  • free event featuring Ross Mitchell & his band and dancer Nicky Miles. 4 hours of free dance to watch and music for you to enjoy and dance to (Southbank Centre, 1.30pm-5.30pm)
  • free event where in a live installation, contemporary composer and sarod player Soumik Datta explores raga themes and the repetitive circular motion that is deeply connected with Indian music. This audio-visual presentation is aimed at engaging both newcomers and connoisseurs (Southbank Centre, 5.30pm)
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ] Or you can experience with a free guided tour (11.30am) the new “Superhuman” gallery that showcases a range of objects aiming to enhance our physical abilities (e.g. a bullet proof vest, a prosthetic hand, a packet of Viagra) alongside contributions from artists, scientists, ethicists and commentators
  • free description session of of two paintings – Veronese’s “The Rape of Europa” and Reni’s “The Rape of Europa” (The National Gallery, 11.30am); Meet at Sainsbury Wing Information Desk; advance booking recommended to guarantee a place: Tel: 020 7747 5855 Email: education@ng-london.org.uk
  • free talk on Titian’s (and workshop) painting “The Vendramin Family” (The National Gallery, 1pm)
  • if you are still there at 4pm, there is a 10-minute free talk/introduction to Vermeer’s painting “A Young Woman seated at a Virginal”. How many strings does the bowed musical instrument have?
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too.

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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Saturday, 22 September 2012 – Free shows and activities in London


Hello there! For Saturday we have collected 19 free events taking place in and around London. Here are some ideas:
Collage/Illustration of children, houses (with their doors open), a pair of congas, a vintage microphone and music notes

This weekend takes place the Open House London. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit some exciting buildings in London!

  • 'Recommended' label (light green background): it means the event is recommended by London Free Showsstart the weekend with a free 5K parkrun at 9am taking place in various parks in London and beyond. It’s very refreshing!
  • Illustration of children and music notesfor children (aged 3+) there are free ticketed (pass) interactive hands-on workshops related to the collections of the Horniman museum were you will have the opportunity to touch real museum objects. The focus of the workshops is music (start at 11.45am & 1pm)
  • Illustration of a pair of congas and a vintage microphonefree gig with Brazilian singer Jandira Silva performing Bossa Nova, Jazz and Latin songs (National Theatre, 1pm & 5.45pm). Find more information about the artist and listen to her music by clicking here
  • Image of a transparent anatomical modelif you feel more scientific join “Medicine Now” gallery free guided tour instead (2.30pm, Wellcome Collection). The topics explored in the gallery are: the body, genomes, malaria, obesity and living with medical science [ Image Credit: Rama Knight/Wellcome Images ] Or you can experience with a free guided tour (11.30am) the new “Superhuman” gallery that showcases a range of objects aiming to enhance our physical abilities (e.g. a bullet proof vest, a prosthetic hand, a packet of Viagra) alongside contributions from artists, scientists, ethicists and commentators
  • two free British Sign Language (BSL)-interpreted (open to everyone) events at The National Gallery: at 1pm a talk on Pietro Perugino’s “The Certosa Altarpiece” (Room 60)
  • if you are still there at 4pm, there is a 10-minute free talk/introduction to Vermeer’s painting “A Young Woman seated at a Virginal”. How many strings does the bowed musical instrument have?
  • the daily free guided tours of the Victoria and Albert Museum (highly recommended) and the National Gallery ones are a good option too.

Have a wonderful Saturday!

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