[Photo: Tedz Duran]
It’s only one week until our bank accounts (and social lives) are given a new lease of life, but it would be stupid to wait until payday to leave the house. Here’s our guide to the awesome (and occasionally cheap) things to do this Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Feeling blue? Follow the history of colour at Making Colour, National Gallery.
Don’t miss Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan in ‘Skylight‘ at Wyndham’s Theatre, Leicester Square.
Pick up something for the coffee table at the V&A Shop Flash Book Sale, where there’s up to 75 percent off, V&A shop.
Watch joke-telling toff Miles Jupp play his extra date at the Lyric Theatre in the West End.
Shimmy over to Dancing City , a showcase of 14 UK and international dance companies at Canary Wharf.
Have a laugh in the massive bowler hat at The City of London Festival, Paternoster Square.
Take a look at London back in time at street photography exhibition London Life, Hackney Museum.
Catch four-star show ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time‘ as it reopens under the roof of the Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue.
Glastonbury opens its gates! As per usual it’s totally sold out, but for the fortunate ticket holders, enjoy!
Hand sex. Intrigued? Watch some remarkably risqué hand dance at Kiss & Cry, Barbican Centre.
Enjoy a school kid-free at the adults-only Science Museum Late, Science Museum, South Kensington.
Glitter yourself in gold and get grooving at the Fleetmac Wood Present Gold Dust Disco, Shacklewell Arms, Dalston.
Explore the new, inflated jellyfish-like creation at the Serpentine Galleries Pavilion, Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens.
Head to Udderbelly for multi-talented musicians The Horne Section with Russell Howard as a special guest, South Bank.
Come face to face with the BP Portrait Award 2014 contenders at the National Gallery.
Keep your ear to the ground and check out underground talent at Proud Present DJ Barely Legal, Proud Camden.
Or why not…
Enjoy a cheap but very cheerful curry at the recently reviewed Roti King, Euston.
And don’t forget the best of the blog!