January can be tough - it's cold and dark outside, memories of Christmas are fading, and our finances are still recovering from the festive period.
But the good news is that there's still plenty to do in the capital which won't break the bank.
Keep the cost of eating out under control by enjoying a satisfying single course meal, like a pizza.
Half price theatre tickets
You can often find great deals on top West End shows by shopping around and buying from third party sellers.
The TKTS booth in Leicester Square offers buyers up to half price tickets on popular shows including Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables and the critically acclaimed Half a Sixpence.
Enjoy an exhibition
For an exhibition with a difference, the quirky House of MinaLima at 26 Greek Street, Soho, is a must see for any Harry Potter fan.
Immerse yourself in the magical world of J.K Rowling during your visit by discovering original props and artwork from the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movies.
London Chinese New Year
Each year London marks the start of the Chinese New Year in sublime fashion with a huge parade.
This year, the year of the Rooster, will begin on January 28th, with the spectacular parade planned for Sunday 29th January.
How have you been banishing the January blues in London? Tell us on our Facebook page.