✨ FREE Events in London this December ✨

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Free doughnuts from Doughnut Time

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Doughnut Time is opening a new branch in Shoreditch this Friday. To celebrate, the team are handling out free festive doughnuts for two hours between 12:30pm and 2:30pm. The queue might be long, but these babies look worth it!

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Location: Doughnut Time, 223a Old Street (Old Street Tube Station)

Fri Dec 15, 12.30pm - 2.30pm

Never stop London go Bouldering

Spend a night dangling from a climbing wall this Thursday at a free "bouldering" workshop.

It'll leave you feeling giddier than your Christmas party. Book tickets on Eventbrite.

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Location: Castle Climbing Centre (Manor House Tube Station)

Thu 14th Dec

BBZ x Tate Exchange

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BBZ collective's four-day Tate Takeover is an artistic exhibition at the Tate Gallery. It focuses on the experiences of the black LGBT community. There'll be parties co-working spaces, talks and even a pop-up barbershop.

There's plenty more to see at the Tate for free as well if you're into modern art.

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Location: Tate Modern (Southwark Station)

Thu 14th Dec - Sun 17th Dec

Snow slide at East Village

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Twenty tonnes of real snow. That's what's being used to create the 25-metre 'snow slide' arriving in East Village this week.

All you need to do is grab a rubber ring and hop on board. (Suitable for all ages)

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Location: East Village (Stratford Station)

Fri 15th Dec - Sat 16th Dec

Rose Wylie: 'Quack Quack'

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Find fun paintings of stars, sportspeople, dancers, ducks and a giant mouth eating an enormous biscuit at this Rose Wylie exhibition. It explores the sadness and silliness of disposable pop culture.

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Location: Serpentine Gallery (Lancaster Gate Station)

Until 11th Feb 2018

Source: Time Out London (Dec 12-18)