If you're bored of the same 'ol when it comes to cocktails in Camden, why not change the playing field with a drinks experience? Found in a secret space just shy of Mornington Crescent, BYOC is an illicit bar where no two tipples are the same.
Fun Things To Do in Camden
While this North London neighbourhood may no longer be home to mohicans, leather jackets and studs alone, that doesn't mean it isn't still full of character (even if it's a little less punk). If you're looking for something fun to do in Camden, from themed bottomless brunches and quirky art workshops to food events and live music nights, check out our recommendations below.
This excellent Camden pub plays host to some of the coolest DJs in the biz every Thursday to Saturday. From vintage rockabilly to the very best in 70s and 80s electronica, The Camden Eye's events are all expertly selected and completely free to enter.
Looking for places to eat in Camden? Lan Kwai Fong is one of our top picks thanks to its menu filled with dim sum staples alongside tasty dishes like 24-hour slow-braised pork belly rice and salt and pepper tofu. There's even cocktails, karaoke and more if you're after a fun time.
When it comes to date ideas in Camden, Plonk Golf is a guaranteed winner. Expect quirky neon decor, some brain-busting ramps and quirky cocktails, with tickets priced at just a fiver per player.
Located just a stone's throw away from Camden station, DUO is the nightlife venue with a mega reputation for its themed events. From boozy bingo sessions to Mean Girls-style afternoon tea and quirky art classes, there's never a dull moment at this Instagrammable spot.
Located on Camden High Street, Blues Kitchen is one of North London's quirkiest bars. Playing host to some of the best live soul and Motown music around, the weekends see this place packed out to the rafters, with a menu of American-style comfort food to keep your fuelled throughout.
Not sure what to do on a Friday night in Camden? This variety show will see you settling into All About Eve for a night of burlesque, music, comedy and more, with tickets starting at just a tenner per head.
One of the best things to do in the area, Camden Town Brewery Tour is taking you to see how the iconic brand makes its beloved beers. Along with a look at the processes and factory, you'll get to try the freshest pints available, straight from the tank.
Over at Party N Paint, you'll get to create a masterpiece to 90s hip hop and club classics with a drink at hand. Start with a glass of prosecco on arrival then move on to shots and cocktails as the evening continues. Think art class, but with party vibes.
A great Camden pub, the Lock Tavern are adding a little entertainment to your Wednesdays with their weekly quiz nights. Not only could you win a £50 bar table, but you'll also enjoy various rounds of themed questions and jokes from your stand-up host.
Looking for something to do in Camden? At Duo, you can experience a fun night out with friends with Finesse's exclusive events. Expect nonstop dancing, lots of booze and a live DJ, along with a table for you and your pals.
If you're looking for a laugh in Camden, then join Comedy In Your Eye on Kentish Town Road every Wednesday night and for exciting one-off events. They'll be showcasing the newest and brightest talents on the circuit, with never before heard material coming your way.
Mondays were made for laughing at Good Ship Comedy, which hosts a top lineup on the first day of every week over at The Colonel Fawcett. From famous names on the international circuit to award-winning up-and-coming talent, these events call for a cheap and cheerful evening out.
If you're looking for fun things to do in Camden once the sun goes down, then shimmy on over to The Camden Head on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, where entry is always free and they're open 'til 3am. Better yet, the DJ will be blasting everything from Bowie to Beyoncé.
Looking to spice up your weekend, quite literally? Then head on over to this Jamaican brunch in Camden. The bottomless event will see you chowing down on a Caribbean-style starter, main and dessert, as well as sipping free-flowing booze.
Stomach rumbling for East Asian eats? Then head on over to Tai Pan Alley's bottomless brunch in Camden. Not only will you get a mouthwatering three-course meal, but also unlimited cosmos, bubbles or Langkawak Island ice tea.
Not sure what to do this weekend in Camden? Live la vida loca over at Bar Gansa, where they're serving up delicious bottomless brunches with Spanish flair, as well as holding flamenco and tapas Sundays, where you can enjoy dancing, singing and live music.
Searching for fun-filled weekend affairs? Hosted by the Camden Rocks Club at Underworld, these party events are sure to be a real banger. Enjoy shots, drink deals, dancing and much more at these wild nights out in London.
For fun activities in Camden, look no further than hitting up this 90s-themed bottomless brunch. You'll tuck into unlimited slices and free-flowing cocktails that take inspiration from the Spice Girls, with a movie screen and plenty of dancing to boot.
Taking place at Powerhaus, Dreamballs is set to be an epic and wild bottomless pizza brunch, complete with cocktail jugs and your host, drag queen Cookie Monstar. While munching on your meal, you'll be treated to a raunchy show from Dreamboys.
Hands down one of the coolest restaurants in Camden, Lost Boys Pizza is a haven of 80s-nostalgia and vampire themes. Pop by this quirky spot to wolf down a selection of delicious slices, with a signature charcoal base and lots of vegan options available.
Ultimate Power is heading to The Electric Ballroom in Camden, bringing with it the greatest power ballads ever written. Expect huge emotions and wild guitar solos, as well as bangers from Journey, Toto, Queen and many, many more.
Over at The Electric Ballroom, Latino Fest promises two rooms with DJs playing some of the best reggaeton, trap, baile funk, bachata and salsa around. Expect to hear tunes from Daddy Yankee, Ivy Queen and Prince Royce throughout the evening.
FEST Camden found itself in the heart of the 200 year-old, notorious stables, and it's been going from strength to strength since then. Not only home to roaring club events and cabaret, it also fronts rooftop cinema screenings, perfect for those long summer nights.