The guys behind London's beloved Rooftop Film Club head underground for their latest playful pop-up.

The creators of Rooftop Film Club introduce something completely different because, well, who hasn’t always wanted to play a round of crazy golf below one of London’s busiest rail stations?

This is Birdie’s Crazy Golf, a novel new winter pop-up where you can improve your short game and enjoy a bespoke menu created by a Hawksmoor head chef in the same afternoon. It’s set to tee off in the vaults below Waterloo from mid-November, offering a nine-hole course filled with a maze of loops and half-pipes. Watch out for the sixth hole, that’ll be the one with the elevated 5ft drop you’ll need to scale.

Perfect for budding McIlroy’s and those who’ve never picked up a putter alike, bring a gaggle of your mates, hack your way around the course and watch as things get seriously competitive once the finishing pin is in sight. There’s plenty of fun and games to enjoy after your round too, with food from RockaDollar Dining, cocktails like the Tiger’s Wood (see what they did there?) and a cracking line up of resident DJs spinning a few party tunes. A round of golf is a very reasonable £9, and you can pay £3 if you’d prefer to skip the golf and head straight to the cocktail clubhouse.

For the latest and greatest London pop-ups, check out our guide here.