Fun Things To Do in Covent Garden
Theatre, pop-ups, club nights, supper clubs - Covent Garden isn't just melting pot of shops and stand-up tourist attractions, it's notorious for some of the best things to do in London, from the theatre district down to Seven Dials. To help you keep on top of what's what, we continutally top up this list of the best things to do in the area, whether you're a brunch buff or on the hunt for something unique. Check out our recommendations for the best events in Covent Garden below.
There are food halls, and then there's Seven Dials Market. A once banana warehouse transformed in to food traders and independent shops aplenty, it's perfect for those that can't decide on lunch, and it's perfect for those looking to discover THAT rotating cheese bar (yes, it's in here).
House of Burlesque... SPEAKEASY - London's most glamorous secret! Under the streets of the world famous West End lurks a world of stockings, feathers and fabulousness. The UK's TOP Burlesque production house are thrilled to continue their
Get ready for premium laughs from Comedy Carnival Covent Garden as the dinner friendly event promises plates and big names such as Reginald D Hunter, Lee Nelson, Paul Chowdhry, Sara Pascoe and plenty more.
Whether you know of Neil Rankin or not, temper is premium restaurant in Covent Garden for those looking for something delicious to do. From premium grilled meat to notorious cheesburger tacos, it's a must for the carnivores among you.
Life's A Drag at Cellar Door with London's Sweetest Drag Queens. Every Monday live music and entertainment at one of London's premiere cocktail bars. Topsie Redfern, Ginger Johnson, Michael Twaits and Cosmic entertain the masses with songs and shenanigans galore.
Take a break from the rainy street of London for a fun afternoon of cocktails and street food at Cabana's Rio-inspired bar and grill. Learn how to knock up three exotic tipples from mixology experts, nosh on Brazilian0themed grub and dance to carnival-esque tunes that'll transport you to sunnier plains.
Here to bring you dinner, theatrics and antics combined, this quirky restaurant in Covent Garden is a must for those looking for something unique to do thanks to Roman interiors, late night performances and gorgeous Italian grub.
You are cordially invited to an afternoon of forbidden pleasures with cabaret, cards and burlesque in the company of some of London's most decadent artistes including John Waters' muse Miss Ivy Paige, black magic maestro Dr John, Some Like It Hot