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The Jameson Cult Film Club offers a series of cult film events hosted by Jameson in fantastic locations chosen for the relevance to the film being screened. Not only are the screenings free but you also get a free complimentary Jameson cocktail

As the cult film screenings are staged in locations to fit the look and atmosphere of the film being shown as well as some theatrics and staging you are sure to be emerged into the films world and feel the thrills and chills. Being projected into the film always enhances your experience and will give you a great lasting memory.

The Jameson Cult Film Club website highlights film culture and allows you to get involved in its debates, it’s also where you need to go to get hold of some of these awesome free film tickets so what are you waiting for: Free Cult Fim Club tickets

Here’s the timetable for the next screenings with most of the films being screened at the Union Chapel in Islington

Film Screening Date Venue
Fight Club 6/10/09 Village Underground Shoreditch
An American Werewolf in London 28/10/09 Union Chapel Islington
Dracula(1958) 29/10/09 Union Chapel Islington
The Shining 30/10/09 Union Chapel Islington
Halloween(1978) 31/10/09 Union Chapel Islington
This Is Spinal Tap 03/12/09 Clapham Grand
Readers’ Choice 17/03/10 To Follow


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Peter Buckley Hill started the Free Fringe in Edinburgh in 1996 and has put on many comedy shows free of charge to the public.

The Free Fringe show is now performing in London at the Lamb Tavern at Leadenhall market on Wednesdays. Each week there will be at least 4 brilliant top circut comedians performing stand-up and the show will be hosted by Peter Buckley Hill. Shows start at 7:30pm and finish around 10pm,

There is also another Free Fringe comedy night at the Lamb Tavern on Monday nights that kicks off at 7:30pm and finishes at 9pm

Both of these nights are free of charge and very popular so get to them early so you can bag a table!

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The Theatre Royal Stratford East host free comedy nights every Monday and there is also an extra comedy event on the last Sunday of every month.

The comedy takes place in the Theatre Royal’s bar and kicks off at 8pm

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The Arts Council has a new initiative in association with Metro called A Night Less Ordinary. Launched in February 2009 the scheme is giving away 1000’s of free theatre tickets for anyone under 26.

200 venues throughout the UK are participating and the events include, comedy, musical theatre, dance, plays, circus and mime as well as many many more. All you have to do is visit the site and just type in your area or postcode to search for participating theatres near you.

So to get your free theatre tickets visit

The Comedy Cafe in Shoreditch has free comedy nights on Wednesdays as all the acts are new. This is a great night as you may see the next big comedian and your bound to have a few laughs.

Food and drinks are available and doors open at 7pm

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From the cabaret-tastic stable of Boogaloo Stu and his pals DJ Albert Twatlock and resident striptease artiste Princess Knickers comes Shinky Shonky, a weekly freebie at Leicester Square hot-spot Ku Bar that promises comedy, pop-soundtracked fun and twisted gameshows.

Every Wednesday from 9pm at the Ku Bar

30 Lisle Street, Leicester Square, WC2H 7BA

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