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Fun Things To Do This Dry January in London
Christmas often leaves a graveyard of buck's fizz, Baileys and bottles of 'secco that never got finished... perhaps it's time for a little detox? If going sober happens to be one of your New Year's resolutions, you're in luck as London has plenty of booze-free things to do. From food festivals to cruises along the River Thames and quirky fitness classes, this is our guide to the most fun things to do this Dry January in London.
This online immersive experience only requires a smart phone and a pair of headphones to take part. Challenge yourself to a thrilling online adventure this Dry January, which will transform your home into a chilling arena for games and problem solving with a few horrifying surprises.
Comedy Auction is a hilarious comedy show which features Thom Tuck as chief auctioneer and guest experts presenting curious objects or very unique experiences. If you want 'em, you've to try and get your hands on them through bidding and spending auction dollars.
Take a trip to Pedley Street Station and who knows what horrors will unfurl, as The Murdér Express makes its historic journey. Combining theatre and dining, the focus is not so much on drink, and instead on the terrifying tale of murder and deception going on around you.
Walk in the footsteps of some of football's most well-recognised stars at this exclusive tour of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Taking place this January, the bespoke event will feature glances at the inner sanctum of the state-of-the-art venue with multimedia sets from some famous faces.
Otherworld is a thrilling multi-dimensional experience that doesn't need a drop of alcohol to be enjoyed. You'll be blasted off on a virtual reality adventure where you can shoot zombies, enter The Matrix, re-live your early Fruit Ninja conquests and more.
If you want to let our your inner artist this January (maybe it's a resolution) then join the folks at Neon Naked Life Drawing for an online art class. You're sure to have plenty of booze-free fun while creating glowing images of neon painted life models throughout the hour-long event.
Ever wanted to sit on a jury for an intriguing case? This ground-breaking immersive online game is one fun thing to do this Dry January. You'll examine evidence, search online databases for clues and interrogate a defendant roughout the thrilling live experience.
If you're on the hunt for alcohol-free fun this January, shimmy on down to Queens Skate Dine Bowl for an evening of whizzing around the ice rink and getting competitive on the bowling lanes. And to keep you fuelled? There's a huge MEATliquor, serving up vegan bites and juicy burgers.
Hire out your own private room at Lucky Voice and prepare to belt out some classic tunes with your closest pals. Whether you have the voice of an angel or nails down a chalkboard, you'll have plenty of fun while singing your heart out with optional refreshments.
Whether you're stuck in a rut or just looking for a way to break up the work from home slog, this online art class is a great way to get creative. You'll receive step-by-step instructions on how to create your own masterpiece, with cocktail breaks and bonkers prizes to be won.
If you're in the mood for trying something a little different on a night out in London, head to The Magic Hour. This fun alcohol-free experience will have you gawping at magic tricks and mind reading from one of the UK's top magicians.
Get your bake on at this wholesome, yet also pretty adrenaline-inducing, day out. Taking inspiration from the hit TV show, the event will have you go head-to-head with other budding baking talent to create your own winning treats.
Limber up and let loose because Face Pack Yoga is bringing you a fitness class that'll have you feeling good inside and out. Not only can you expect yin yoga and candlelight meditation but also the chance to make your own natural face masks.
This Dry January, take part in an exclusive all-access VR experience in London. You'll get to try your hand at three hyper reality immersion zones, ranging from high score shootouts to digital go-karting, with access to the lounge area for a few refreshments afterwards.
Blending house party vibes with a classic music quiz, Sounds Familiar is an unmissable online event to log onto this January. Expect hours of booze-free fun that will have you laughing, dancing and answering some head-scratching questions along the way.
Staying sober this month? Ditch the drinks and check out Bounce. A haven for all things table tennis, the Farringdon fave will have you battling it out with your mates in an attempt to win the title of master of the paddles.
From the minds behind Flight Club, Electric Shuffle combines innovative technology with the great British pastime of shuffleboard to create something totally unique. Assemble a team and head over for a healthy dose of competition and delicious eats to boot.
Take a moment to enjoy London in all its finery with a speedboat ride down the River Thames. Request a booze-free beverage and sip away as the sun sets over our city's most iconic landmarks, with award-wining comedians as your guide.
Just because you're doing Dry Jan, that doesn't mean you can't revel in a little alpine-themed fun this winter. Join Winterland in Fulham for the chance to indulge in hot bowls of fondue, sip non-alcoholic beverages and try your hand a quirky activity or two.
If exercise was on the list of resolutions too, this is one fun way to get you pulse rising. Boxing, HIIT, dance and yoga are all on the cards with live DJs and Lightbox's iconic light display beaming around you while you get physical.
Pioneers of the social darts experience, Flight Club are the go-to for a fun night out, with various spots across the city for you and the gang to explore. Take to the oche and enjoy a game of high tech darts with a pizza paddle that's perfect for sharing.
Puttshack have claimed the title of the 'world's first' tech mini golf course, taking the already-fun game to new heights. Swing by (get it?) their spot in Bank and you'll have plenty of laughs taking on the crazy courses while soundtracked by danceable hits.
Taking the game of bowling to new heights, All Star Lanes is a Brick Lane institution that's sure to add a good does of fun to your Dry January. Enjoy hours of bowling, hand-spun American-style shakes and a menu of mouthwatering hot dogs, burgers and more.
Located in the heart of Covent Garden, Redemption Bar is a perfect option for all of you health-conscious people out there. Serving a wide range of brightly coloured boozeless beverages, the restaurant's menu complements the vibrant decor to make for an all-round treat.
Piece together clues sent to your phone, solve riddles and rush around the city while trying to stop a bomb from going off and rescue hostages at this unique adventure. It's sure to be one hair-raising experience that's not for the faint of heart.
Regardless of whether you're doing it for the fitness or just wanna look fly when hitting the dancefloor, these quirky classes across London will have you ditching the usual workout for something a little more impressive. Check out the best of them and get into the groove.
Our guide to London's best mocktails proves that award-winning bars are paying just as much attention to their alcohol-free offerings as their boozy counterparts. From £4 South American-inspired mixes to bespoke blends catered to your tastes, there's plenty to explore.