Put your money away! Here are the week’s best free events.
Yes, those are tortillas shaped like records. And yes, you can play (and eat) them. As part of a King’s College project exploring the ethics of food production, experimental musician Herbert has recorded the sound of ingredients (don’t ask us how) and had them etched on to edible ‘records’. Hear them in this one-off performance. The Guy's Chapel. London Bridge. Wed Mar 16, 7.30pm. Booking essential.
Watch a Druid ceremony to acknowledge the time of equal day and night and welcome Ceridwen, the Earth Mother, carrying the seeds for this year’s activity and growth. All followed by a talk, meditation and call for peace. Tower Hill Terrace. Tower Hill. Sun Mar 20, noon.
This event at the Wellcome Collection will lift the lid on anxiety disorders with experts discussing parenting, the body, habits, fear and treatment. There are also workshops about managing the symptoms of anxiety. Let’s just hope there’s enough space for most of London to attend. Wellcome Collection. Euston Square. Fri Mar 18, 4pm. Book tickets.
Smallfilms may not be a household name but it created the likes of ‘Bagpuss’, ‘The Clangers’ and other pan-generational Brit-kids classics. Look out for screenings, talks and workshops running alongside this exhibition. V&A Museum of Childhood. Bethnal Green. Sat Mar 19-Oct 9.
Knives out! These classes at the world-famous store will, among other things, show the icky nuts and bolts of skinning and cleaning a fish. Harrods. Knightsbridge. Sun Mar 20, 10am. Email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting 'TIME OUT' in the email.
As lights go off across the world for WWF’s Earth Hour, I Bike London will roll out its fleet of DiscoBikes for this fancy-dress night-time show of pedal power. Meet under Waterloo Bridge, South Bank. Waterloo. Sat Mar 19, 6pm.