Put your money away! Here are the week’s best free events
Though thankfully not ‘The Voice’. Instead of admiring warblers from Wolverhampton, this exhibition examines the weird and wonderful sounds we make with the human voice. Live performances, scientific demonstrations and visuals works chart an ‘acoustic journey’ from the voice’s beginnings in the body and the mind to its incredible variety of external expression. Wellcome Collection. Fri Apr 15-Jul 31. Tube: Euston.
Your delayed train at St Pancras is no longer the stuff of nightmares as up-and-coming artists including The Milk and Garance And The Mitochondries take to the station concourse to entertain travellers. Sound! St Pancras International. Thu Apr 14-Fri Apr 15.
Cyclists have always had a healthy appreciation of lycra but now they’re going a step further with full-on superhero garb. Don your cape and join iBikeLondon for an afternoon of cycling with their squad of disco bikes. Below Waterloo Bridge. Sat Apr 16, 12.30pm. Tube: Waterloo.
Borough Market meat experts Cannon & Cannon bring their stellar sausages and great hunks of cured meat to King’s Cross where they’ll be pairing them with craft beers from Oldershaw Brewery. It’s a match made in foodie heaven. MI + ME restaurant. Tue Apr 12, 6pm. Tube: King’s Cross.
This show of striking photos lifts the lid on Freud’s concept of das unheimliche (‘the uncanny’, or psychologically disturbing) and how it manifests itself in photography. Parasol Unit. Tue Apr 12-Jun 12. Hoxton Overground.
House of Vans’ bill of free fun continues with screenings of 2015’s biggest indie cinema hits. On the menu this week are ‘The Possibilities Are Endless’, ‘Girlhood’, ‘The 2nd Mother’ and ‘Ex Machina’. House of Vans. Tube: Waterloo. See www.houseofvanslondon.com for dates and times.