If you're looking for a wonderfully bizarre way to spend your Saturday afternoons, be sure to check out the Hip Hop Brunch. The winning combination of delicious, Southern-inspired food and some of the best hip hop and rap tunes from across the decades will leave you feeling fresh and full of swagger.
Daytime Events in London
Not everything has to be about partying until the early hours of the morning and while London's nightlife industry has never been better, sometimes you just can't wait. There are so many different things to do during the day in London, from bottomless brunches to plays and immersive experiences, that just like bars there's always something for anyone to do. If you're feeling a bit bored, check out this list of daytime events in London and have fun 24/7.
Swiftly becoming one of the best pop ups in London, Ballie Ballerson is the ultimate playground for big kids. With giant ball pits, retro sweet cocktails - hello, Skittles Sour - and bottomless pizza and ball pit sessions available you'd best get down there ASAP.
Fancy yourself something of a cake connoisseur then head over to Tooting where this quirky Bake Off event is letting you battle it out with your friends to secure the crown of star baker. All ingredients, equipment and aprons are provided and each month sees a new theme.
Head over to Chiswick where you'll find the Fuller's Griffin Brewery. A family-run beer factory that dates back to 1828, it's tours give you the full history of this iconic British brand, alongside the chance to sample some of their celebrated ales.
Get your afternoon drunk on this month at this awesome London daytime event. Sit down to a two course meal and bottomless cocktails but be prepared to get up and dancing as the MCs bring you some of the nation's best classic garage.
The 90s Brunch Party brings an off-the-chain retro-inspired daytime event to London. Taking us way backstreet back (alright!) to this glorious decade, indulge in something a little different as delicious platters of 90s inspired food are served alongside an hour of bottomless cocktails.
Everyone gets bored in the day trying to negotiate when it's acceptable to crack a drink out. There's none of that at Flight Club now they bring you their very own brunch sessions across the weekend in Shoreditch and Bloomsbury. Think of it as a pizza party fuelled by prosecco interspersed with some serious darts throwing.
Lucky Voice Karaoke in Islington is not messing about when it comes to its brunch offer. The team is combining two hours of bottomless cocktails, a great selection of bagels and huge DJ sets for guests to enjoy. In true Lucky Voice style, the entire event will be rounded off with a fun loving hour of karaoke.
Starting at St Paul's, this unique cross-city challenge will be getting you to grips with the city in a less than conventional manner. Head out across London on the trail of some thieves hellbent on pulling the greatest heist in history and solve clues and challenges in a big to stop them.
A totally unique way to get to know London, this fun scavenger hunt gives teams just two hours to complete 30 suitably wacky challenges around the city, from squeezing into phone booths to public displays of bad dancing.
A London walking tour with a difference, this unique silent disco series wants you to strap on your most comfortable dancing shoes and hit the streets. With help from one very high-energy tour guide, oogie your way around the city's most iconic landmarks.
Brighten up your Saturday mornings with a brunch that's sure to bring party vibes,. Visit your friends at Little Blue Door and you'll be greeted with a small mountain of pancakes, poached eggs and avo, and flowing brekkie cocktails to get your juices flowing and kick-start the weekend.
Do something a little different and take part in a Burger Bingo night, Disney Princess, Britney or Spice Girls-themed brunch. Impossible Things Entertainment are the go-to for quirky daytime activities, with heaps of mischievous antics to get stuck into.
These fun, authentic pasta making masterclasses in Covent Garden are the perfect rainy day activity. Learn from the experts how to make the pro-level dough, shapes and sauce to pair; it's sure to up your dinner party game.
Looking for something fun to do in London? Get involved in the Bucket Race, where the aim of the game is to complete all the challenged and score the most points. Working in teams, you'll need to do things like play video games, hail a black cab and start a party on a bus.
This state-of-the-art problem-solving immersive experience will have you rush around the city, cracking riddles and solving clues in an attempt to save hundreds of lives. Your mission? To catch a potential bomber or rescue trapped hostages and beat the clock in epic fashion.
Hoping to get in the festive spirit? Spend the day skating at the enchanting Natural History Museum Ice Rink set against the iconic backdrop of one of London's most beautiful buildings. Afterwards, cosy up wit a hot chocolate or mulled wine at the Alpine-themed Café Bar.
Is the weekend really complete without brunch? We certainly don't think so. Get your boozy fix with flowing prosecco and paddle pizzas as this Canary Wharf hotspot brings you live DJs, dancefloors and shuffle in all its glory.
Whether you're a tourist on the hunt for a little history, or a local looking to improve their knowledge of the city, this unique London tours are bringing you a range of excellent walks designed at showcasing the inner workings of the capital in a whole new light.
If you're looking for fun things to do in London, you should check out Prendagast. The southeast London spot is the location of Greenwich Pantry's interactive cooking workshops; think healthy eating, fermentation info, sushi-making, pasty classes and more.