Free Events in London
July 2014

There are many free events in London happening every day of the week. From comedy to kids activities to music and the arts, you are guaranteed to find a free event of interest to you.

If you discover any other free London events or have any comments about the events listed on this page, contact What's Free in London and let us know.

Free Music

Date: Wednesday 09 to Friday 25 July 2014

Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday lunchtime and evening enjoy a huge variety of Free Music.

Location: More London, Riverside, London SE1 2DB

Entry Cost: £0

Freud Museum Annual Open Day

Freud Museum

Date: Thursday 24 July 2014, 12pm to 5pm

In 2014, the museum’s annual Open Day will celebrate the launch of the new Anna Freud room. Join us for house tours, special insight talks by curators as well as delicious cream teas and creative activities in the garden.

Location: 20 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SX

Cost: £0

D–Day Darlings

Date: Thursday 24 July 2014 (11am-2.30pm) to

Brightening the square with a fusion of 40's war tunes, up beat jingles and favourites from a vintage britain. These lovely ladies joined us for Christmas last year, and now they will be back, getting you in a summer time mood.

Location: Merchant Square, Paddington, London, W2 1JS

Cost: £0

Free Events in August 2014

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Camden Beach

Date: Saturday 26 to Saturday 23 August 2014

If you can’t get to the beach, Roundhouse is bringing the beach to you!

Location: Chalk Farm Road, London

Cost: £0

Walthamstow Garden Party

Date: Saturday 26, 12noon-9pm & Sunday 27 July 2014, 12noon–8pm 2014

Organised in conjunction with Barbican and Create London, in the beautiful Lloyd Park for two days of music, theatre, arts and crafts, food and family activity.

Location: Lloyd Park, Forest Road, Walthamstow, London E17 5JW

Cost: £0

Keats House Poets Present - Miriam Nash

Keats House

Date: Sunday 27 July 2014, 2pm to 4pm

A relaxed afternoon of poetry and spoken word with an open mic and performances from the Keats House Poets plus headliner Miriam Nash. Miriam Nash is a poet and theatre artist. Her book of poems, Small Change, was published by Flipped Eye in 2013 and launched at Keats House.

Location: Keats Grove, London NW3 2RR

Cost: £0

The Great British Carnival

Date: Sunday 27 July 2014

Marking the midway point between the London and Rio Olympics, the Great British Carnival will create a fantastic event of dance, infectious music, performance and costume that the whole family can enjoy.

Location: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST

Entry cost: £0

The Brick Lane Village Fete

Date: Sunday 27 July 2014 (12pm-7pm)

The Village Fete included a best dressed dog show, the insect circus and a coconut shy, with live music, traditional summer games and an award winning tea and cakes stall, to name but a few.

Location: Bethnal Green, London E2 6DT

Entry cost: £0

Science Museum’s Lates

Date: Wednesday 30 July at 6.45pm

The Science Museum’s Lates, is a free night for adults that takes place on the last Wednesday of the month.

Location: South Kensington, London SW7 2DD

Entry cost: £0, but advanced booking is required.

Face your FEARS

Date: Thursday 31 July 2014 (11am-2.30pm) to

Creepy crawlies, lizards and tarantulas. How brave can you be? Hold and pet these creatures, face your fears. See Snakes, tarantula, the bearded dragon, american giant bullfrogs, a baby tortoise, leaf insects, African pigmy hedgehog, and giant African land snails.

Location: Merchant Square, Paddington, London, W2 1JS

Cost: £0