Re: So does this mean
Seriously you think approx £240 a year is good value for entertainment? I wouldnt pay that unless it danced around a pole on my birthday.
£240 is peanuts; if you include the cost of the internet connection and XBox Live, you barely have change for 2 XBox One games. For a whole year.
If you have no TV, or computer, or console, or internet connection, then you could use £240 to buy around 20-30 books, aka 2-3 a month on average. I could just about squeeze by on that (I can finish a standard paperback in around 1-2 weeks).
You could do pretty well on £240 if you only play RPGs; that would get you a good few dice, plus stationary supplies (pads, pens, folders, gaming mat etc.) and have enough left over for a few models and official game system handbooks / modules.
I do all of the above, so I potentially spend £2400 or more a year on "entertainment" when you include internets, TV subscription, PC games, console games, books, and pen&paper RPGs. That's ignoring incidentals like beer, snacks, and travel expenses (when gaming at a mates house instead of mine).
I wouldn't spend £240 on a pole dance though. That's a waste of money ;)