This week and coming weekend is sorted for free and funky things to do in London. The Camberwell Free Film Festival kicked off at the weekend and will be running free viewings every night in venues around south east London for the next 7 days. 

Tonight’s offering is some world cinema all the way from Chile. No follows the inspiring story of a brave executive, played by the talented Gael Garcia Bernal, who conceives the NO campaign against Pinochet and his military dictatorship. A turbulent and exciting piece of entertainment for your Monday night, screened at the Cambria at 8pm. 

For an indie vampire movie with a difference The Only Lovers Left Alive will delight and shock in equal measure. With a stellar cast including Tilda Swinton John Hurt and Tom Hiddleston you won’t regret heading to the Camberwell Arms on Friday for this one.

The Flying Dutchman has some pure British cinema to get your Saturday off to a good start. Pride is a feel good comedy drama based on a true story at the time of Margaret Thatcher, when the gay community and the miners found themselves under threat. This unlikely pairing club together to fight for their rights and hilarious comedy ensues.

If you’re looking for a night of unbridled musical magic, you can watch Frozen at Lyndhurst School this Saturday. Perfect for kids and adults alike.

Check the website for the full line up of free films on offer. And don’t forget these are un-ticketed events so get there early to avoid disappointment.