So here are our suggests for what to spend your last day of freedom doing in London before Monday.
For the arty in you there is the Contemporary Print Making show at Store Street Gallery. It celebrates print as a form of art work from Andy Warhol right up until the modern day artists using print as their main medium.
Go to the Edible Cinema that’s all about giving you an experience of the foodie variety whilst you watch Pans Labyrinth at the Electric.
Pet some kittens and doggies at London Pet Show at Earls Court 2, it’s on all day and they have some pretty odd animals there too as well as cat agility.
If shopping is the order of the day then you can head to Anita’s Vintage Fair that’s on from 11am-5pm at 20th Century Theatre, Notting Hill, it’ll cost you £2 to get in.
Or maybe just do some eating at the Great Hall at Queen’s House, Greenwich with the National Maritime Museum Royal River Afternoon Tea sandwiches and cream scones for all from 2.30-4pm for £10-12.