Work near the Royal Festival Hall? Chained to your desk at lunchtime? Too busy to take a stroll outside of the office? Well, unless you really are quite literally chained to your desk (that would be illegal, wouldn't it?), then there's no excuse not to go for a walk during your lunch hour, thereby subjecting your retinas to something other than the sight of a flickering computer screen, and your cochleas to something other than the monotonous sound of a whirring photocopier.
Even if you're not working and simply find yourself in the vicinity of the venue on a Friday lunchtime, then consider getting along to enjoy a free musical performance.
The season runs from 1st October until 3rd December (except 19th Nov) and offers a range of musical genres, so you could go every week and experience something completely different.
It kicks off with Pocket Caravan, a band led by British musician/composer/producer Peter Michaels that plays under the intriguing tagline of "musical journeys from the Balkans to Brazil".
The final show features a double bill from the Park Lane Group, supporters of talented young musicians. First up is the St. James Quintet, followed by a duo with Jessie Ann Richardson on cello and Lynn Carter on piano.