4 Weekend Events For Broke-Ass Party People

Indie | Friday 2nd February 2018 | Hanna

Antsy to get the weekend started but still feeling the holiday season in your budget? Worry not, we're here to help.


If you want to kick off your February with quality live music, Red Rum Club is bringing its "Tarantinto-esque" sound to Birthdays. Along with the Goodbye Brighton and Langy & Gospel Trash they will make sure you're all indied out after this one. Oh, and it's free! See the event here.



For those looking for more poppy indie-sounds, the Victoria is your go to this Friday. Scared to Dance: Synthpop Special kicks off with tunes like no other to steam up the dancefloor, courtesy of Jean K and Winnaretta. Yep, you guessed it: the gig is free. Party details here.



This one isn't exactly free, but it will save you a few quids on the long run. The Vintage £1 Sale quarantees you some unique finds that you can throw on for a Saturday night boogie. Event here. 


Neil Martisons

For a more high-brow cultural experience, or maybe just a mellow hungover activity, head to Stour Space in Hackney Wick and get a load of the blast from Hackney's past. Neil Martison's exhibition of his unforeseen photos from the 70s and 80s are definitely worth a view, see details here.