Christmas Party | Dinner and Dancing

'Tis the season to be jolly, and what could be more merry than a whopping plate of Christmas nosh and a spin round the dancefloor? Whether you're in charge of making sure the office party is suitable outrageous or heading out with your friends, we've rounded up London's best places for dinner and dancing this Christmas, from huge private hires to rowdy City pubs.

Last updated on 1st April 2020




The Piano Works Farringdon

1247 user reviews 4

Winehouse Wednesday: 7pm til close every Wendesday and 5 other offers

One of the most unique bars in London and a proud piano palace at that, The Piano Works is primed for Christmas parties this winter. From their top notch dinner offering, to full scale entertainment and heaving dancefloor, those of you searching for a little more out there will be hard pushed to deny a dash of festive dinner and dancing here.

RSA House

1 user review 4

Slap bang in the heart of London, this private hire venue has got three main rooms, all of which can be used according to your whims and needs. Combining Georgian period features with exposed brick vaults, this space is guaranteed to be a hit.

Trapeze

676 user reviews 4

Shoreditch hotspot Trapeze are throwing a big Christmas jamboree and you're invited. With three unique and versatile spaces and an expert team in place to help plan your bespoke event, everything is in place for a seamless festive celebration. Tuck in to some tasty tucker then head down to their renowned basement for a raucous knees up.

Looking for a Christmas party that you won't forget in a hurry? Head to the top of one of London's most iconic buildings. Located on the 42nd floor of the Cheesegrater Building, City Sky high is only available for corporate bookings, with space for 300 standing and 250 seated.

Patch East

214 user reviews 5

HAPPY HOUR

Patch East's dedicated team of party planners are on call to ensure every aspect of your Christmas celebration runs smoothly. The venue is well practised at hosting private functions of all shapes and sizes, and they're well equipped to stage canapé and Champagne receptions, delicious Christmas feasts and late night discos. They also have a venue in St Paul's.

A mix of old and new, Founders' Hall brings stately vibes to a corporate Christmas party. Set on one of London's oldest streets, the private hire space is well equipped for yuletide shindigs, with options of sparkling receptions and dancing til the wee hours.

Soho Zebrano

724 user reviews 4

Whether you're looking to host a gathering of a few work colleagues or a larger function with all your pals, Zebrano has the know-how to deliver a great Christmas shindig. Indulge in a delicious sit-down meal washed down with a few cocktails, then limber up for an expedition to the dance floor, where DJs spin chart toppers until late.

Blues Kitchen Brixton

21 user reviews 4

£5 Cocktails Every Wednesday and 2 other offers

One of the most rootin' tootin' names on the restaurant scene, and perfect for the ultimate Christmas party in London, not only will Blues Kitchen Brixton fill you with the fun and flavours of New Orleans in a cool and urban setting, they're setting the party scene with a fun roster of live acts, musicians and plenty more come the festive season. 

Moments from Smithfield Market, Haberdasher's Hall is a unique London private hire that can be customised for all your dinner and dancing Christmas party needs. Designed by Sir Michael Hopkins, the space features a beautiful domed roof and wooden floorboards.

Grand and gorgeous, Brewers' Hall is one hell of a private hire venue. For the festive season, the team go all out creating a snow-dusted lodge and with Chesterfield sofas smattered about for cuddling up on; there's even a dance floor which is perfect for throwing some shapes.

Enquiries start at 80 people at this scenic private Christmas venue, which enjoys views over the river thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows. Menus can be customised with their dedicated team, along with the option to set up a dance floor to boogie some of those pigs-in-blankets off.