Fancy Dress Clubs in London
Fancy dress, life's sometimes questionable rite of passage. But something we're all going to have to admit to. From clubs that come with garish outfits as standard, to hen nights with seriously sassy pink themes, you won't be turned away from these destinations for donning your themed finest. Whether it's 80s attire down at the roller rink, Fred Flintstone in a cheesy club, or god-knows-what in god-knows-where, we've cultivated a list of some of the best fancy dress clubs in London.
Last updated on 27th September 2017
Dress in your finest scary clothes, practice those Thriller dance moves, and hop on-board the freakiest boat on the Thames. Dance across two storeys of fun, with several channels of music to hop between. And if your undead heart can’t take all that dancing – grab a drink from the bar and watch the most iconic sights in London pass you by.
With hot Tiki vibes, the best '80s and retro tunes and a huge nightclub, The Love Shack is a brilliant spot to party the night away in South London.
Dress like your favourite pop-star, revive 70s fashion or bring disco back at Infernos in Clapham. Rocking all that is glitter, glam and good vibes - this is one club that will take you through the greatest decades in music; from fancy dress to decor to music (of course!) you can relive those famed heydays.
Saturdays is a fancy dress club night in London at Strawberry Moon. Cheesy music and a happy party atmosphere is what it’s all about here, and with its lack of inhibition its ideal for fancy dress birthday parties, stag or hen parties or simply a great night out.
A must-try fancy dress affair for you flirty flappers and dapper chappers, 1920s connoisseurs The Candlelight Club leave modernity behind for some of the plushest prohibition parties in the business. From candlelit romps and secret locations to live jazz musician and prohibition inspired supping, get the low down on some of the best speakeasy inspired events in the city.
Go back in time this Halloween to the most Medieval of times, as witches, warlocks, zombies, werewolves and evil jesters frighten you while you wolf down four delicious courses with witches’ brew.
Head to the Grand Hall St Pancras this Halloween and experience the circus like never before. The highlight of the night will be the terrifying performers, including caged fire-breathers, death-defying trapeze artists and incredibly sword-swallowers. To really make the night special, the team behind Bourne and Hollingsworth cocktail bar will be in charge of the cocktails, flairing together a range of eerie-themed cocktails. Dress up in your scariest attire and run away with the circus this Halloween.
Dress in your sleekest outfit and head down to the Casino Royale Ball at Kensington's idyllic Roof Gardens. Leaving the high-speed car chases and deadly fight scenes to the side for the time being, the team behind this venue have gone all out for the night, bringing in dancing ballerinas, sultry burlesque stars, enticing casino games and the best electro swing DJs in London.
After ten minutes in Rouges, you'll feel as if you've been transported back in time to a deck of flared trousers and unruly facial hair. Yep, that's right, the team behind this venue celebrate all the things we love about the 70s and 80s. Signposted by a dazzling aerialist performance by the Tear Drop Circus' Kellie Sky, the fun vibes last long into the early hours, thanks to DJ Kobayashi and his impressive collection of funk and soul tracks.
Bar Rumba loves three things: themes, fancy dress and drinks promotions. Every night has a different theme, from Cowboys and Cowgirls to Where's Wally - this late night party bar doesn’t shy away from realising some cheeky club night concepts! When it comes to dress code you can immerse yourself to the theme of the night, otherwise keep it smart and sexy.