If there's two things we love in this city, it's brunch and it's hip hop. Fortunately for us quirky London pop-up Hip Hop Brunch combines the two in epic fashion. Grab tickets to one of their shindigs for a massive day of cocktails, Southern-style plates and massive tunes.
Quirky Pop-Ups In London
If there's one thing we can say for the people of this city, it's that there is no limit to their imagination, demonstrated by the sheer number of wacky, weird and downright quirky pop-ups in London. From an alcoholic tea party inspired by Pat Butcher through to a sport that King VIII used to play, these are just a few of our favourite unusual pop-ups in London.
Taking over an opulent East London location, this unique pop up theatre is offering one of the most electrifying experiences in the capital this year. Mixing masked balls, secret societies and murder mystery, this is your chance to be a part of the action.
Get set for another amazing experience as Lollipop unveil their latest pop-up bar. Following on from the success of ABQ and the Bletchley, the team are going even more ambitious, with an AI immersive experience, complete with incredible cocktails.
Head to the South Bank this winter and you'll find Bar Under The Bridge, a quintessential winter pop-up bar offering plenty of festive frolicking. From cosying up with burgers and hot toddies to quirky activities, they're sure to get you in the Christmas spirit.
From the same team behind Journey to the Underworld and Jewel of The Empire, comes The Murdér Express - an immersive dining experience that will have you pointing your finger at your fellow passengers. The luxury four-course menu is created by Jane Devonshire and includes dishes such as three bird roast, and parsnip and maple veloute.
One of the best escape rooms in East London, this immersive pop up in Canning Town is sending you into the wizard's lair to collect six stolen dragon eggs. With the entire session held in complete darkness you'll have to rely on your sense of touch, smell and sounds to make it to the end.
Ever drank in prison before? Because now's your time. It's all getting a bit Orange is the New Black up in here, where it's up to you to smuggle in your favourite bottle of alcohol, past the warden using bribery and special techniques, so that one of the inmates can mix you up some spectacular cocktails.
Cocktails in the City is making a mighty return for 2020, promising even more cocktail-fuelled fun than ever before. From live music and interactive masterclasses in The Vaults to garden games and cocktail tours at Bedford Square Gardens, there's plenty on offer.
Set in the 1960s, this evening is a twisty, turny, suspenseful night of mystery and case solving. Librarian Gwendolyn Radcliffe has always had her suspicions about the homeless man found dead in the library many moons ago, but now that it's discovered to be the same night as an undercover agent went missing, she needs your help to piece it all together.
This quirky London pop up at the Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club offers a nice change form your standard life drawing class. With cabaret and burlesque stars as your models, and the bar open throughout, you're always sure to produce something interesting.
If you're looking for good drinks, lively dancing and an evening of debauchery, then head to this private members club with Gin-House Burlesque is taking over with jaw-dropping circus performers, slinky cabaret queens and live music, plus special guests.
FEST Camden is already making its mark on the London nightlife scene as they go all out with parties and club events; from Grease singalongs through to massive DJ nights.
So you've smuggled your bottle of moonshine into this unique BYOB pop-up, what next? Moonshine Saloon is plunging you straight into the Wild West at this illicit gambling den with card games, sheriffs and libations to knock your socks off.
Is this the most fun you're ever going to have? There's only one way to find out... Musical Bingo, Last Man Standing and Gospeloke are getting you ready for the weekend with a series of epic events.
Roll back the clock at the 90s Brunch, undoubtedly one of London's quirkiest pop-up events. Certain to leave you beaming from ear to ear, the event revolves around a home cooked brunch offering, rounded off by huge 90s tracks - R Kelly, Destiny's Child etc - and a few frivolous rounds of lip-syncing.
This is the perfect way to meet other young creatives in a fun, relaxed environment. Meet several different people of the opposite sex in a light-hearted way, ensuring there's no cringe – just the chance to meet the person of your dreams.
The Morpeth Arms is putting on a killer night of immersive fun with their murder mystery event. During the evening you'll be going undercover to find the murderer of your fellow MI6 agent, solving clues and interrogating suspects, all with the Thames as your fittingly patriotic background.
Having already sold out events in Covent Garden, Shoreditch and Brighton, The London Cocktail Club are now taking up residence in Farringdon until the 21st of December. Expect sweet treat creations such as the chocolatini as well as chocolate-flavoured beer and wine.
One of the funnest new pop-up bars in London, the Cocktail Time Machine is as fun as it is informative. The aim of the event is to show you the origins of the three iconic cocktails, complete with perfectly mixed examples of the things.
Offering a whimsical winter retreat for Londoners on the South Bank, The Circus Bar is a cosy escape from the cold with open fires, hot toddies and saucy burgers. Take moment from the cold and explore the space before catching a classic Christmas flick at the bar's secret cinema.
Head over to The Curtain where they'll be playing host to a series of fun 'Crafternoon' events this season. From making your own body oils and bath salts, to mindful drawing for improving mental well-being, it's a great alternative to your traditional day out.