Free entry venues in London

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Windmill Brixton

We didn’t set out to be a venue as such but live music at the Windmill Brixton, just kinda evolved. Late night sessions at this bar revealed that the regulars carried a wealth of experience in musicianship, sound engineering and promoting, and since we drank there anyway we decided that we should get a good band down now and again to listen to....

Camden Comedy Club

This little room above the Camden Head pub in Camden Town has featured comedy nights for a number of years, often being highlighted in Time Out magazine for the fantastic performers from the alternative comedy circuit right up to TV headliners and arena fillers. These have included Harry Hill, Alan Carr, Russell Howard, Bridget Christie, Ava Vidal, Stewart Lee, Rich Hall, Sara Pascoe, Nick Helm, R...

The Social

In 1999 The Social opened in Little Portland Street. The brainchild of a record company whose offshoots included a hugely successful underground club night, The Social was set up with a simple manifesto – to provide great music and better booze to anyone who fancied tripping through the doors. Home to London nightlife institutions Hip Hop Karaoke and Huw Stephens Presents for the last decade, r...

Free Film Festivals

Volunteer-powered neighbourhood free film festivals that encourage community involvement through film. Bringing people together to enjoy films they might not have seen in places they may not have been. Giving local filmmakers a chance to screen their films in front of an audience....

British Museum

The eighteenth century: origins of the British Museum The origins of the British Museum lie in the will of the physician, naturalist and collector, Sir Hans Sloane (1660–1753). Over his lifetime, Sloane collected more than 71,000 objects which he wanted to be preserved intact after his death. So he bequeathed the whole collection to King George II for the nation in return for a payment of £2...

London

London’s size and population mean it's a city unlike any other in the UK, and all Londoners should be able to benefit from the opportunities that come from the capital’s economic success and global reach. It is crucial for the capital's success that national policies and government legislation deliver the maximum possible outcomes for all Londoners and to this end we proactively lobby HM Governmen...

Primo Bar

Primo Bar Exotic cocktails, elegant design and live music 7 days a week on London's buzzing South Bank - the best venue for your night out in London....

The National Gallery

Focus in on one painting or explore wider themes in the collection, at our free lunchtime talks Every month we have a range of lunchtime talks for you to enjoy at the Gallery. All talks are free and available on a first come, first served basis....

The Poetry Library

The most comprehensive and accessible collection of poetry from 1912 in Britain It is the major library for modern and contemporary poetry funded by the Arts Council England Poetry is available in many formats: books, pamphlets, audio cassette, CD, video and DVD for reference and loan; magazines, press cuttings, photographs, posters and postcards for reference. See our links pages for our pick o...

Southbank Centre

Southbank Centre is a world-famous, multi-venue arts centre in London, with a dynamic year-round festivals programme and an inclusive ethos. Southbank Centre is the UK’s largest arts centre, founded with the Festival of Britain in 1951. It’s a place where people experience world-class art and culture that stimulates, inspires, educates and amazes. Our festival programme encompasses art, the...

Richmix

‘A hub for real artists from a diverse array of countries, let alone backgrounds’ London Remixed Festival Rich Mix is East London’s independent arts centre. Once a vast leather factory, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road was transformed into a multi-arts venue, all 62,000 feet of it. Stretched over five floors we have a three screen cinema showing the latest releases as well as taking part in a number...

Ovalhouse

Ovalhouse is a lively theatre on the Kennington Oval, opposite the famous cricket ground. Ovalhouse has been known for its support for artists - professional and young people - for over 50 years - commissioning new work that responds to today’s social and political issues, and work that reflects the cultural diversity of its local community. With a theatre programme in two spaces we commiss...