Open every Tuesday to Saturday evenings, Ballie Ballerson is the perfect weekday activity to let off some steam. Stop for a couple of after work cocktails, or book yourself onto one of their bottomless balls sessions, complete with unlimited pizza and Prosecco.
Things To Do in the Evening in London
Bored of the same old events in London? Looking for a hot-to-trot selection of things to do in the city? Come and get 'em. From burlesque nights and comedy corkers, to titillating teasers and boat parties, no two nights out in London are the same, and these are here to prove it. Check out our recommendations for the best things to do on an evening in London, getting to know some of the best sundown soirees and night-time antics in the best city in the world. Yup, we said it.
Take a trip down some of London's best sights (at night no less!) on this amazing party boat, where one moment you'll be pointing at Tower Bridge listening to heavy metal, the next you'll be losing your mind to drum and bass while looking at the O2.
The sun goes down, you've got a beer in had and a ... is that a dart? Yes it is. Yes. It. Is. That's because you've found yourself in Flight Club in either Shoreditch or Bloomsbury - the social gaming revolution changing things to do in London as we know it. With a digital scoring system, state of the art oches and plenty of boozing to be done, this is the new dawn of darts and boy does it look good.
An ideal spot for winding down after a long day, this warm and friendly jazz bar in the City offers some of the best live music in London, not to mention some delicious food and refreshing drinks.
This great central London comedy event is a great evening activity. Enjoy a fabulous and fun show featuring leading international acts, and with free entry to the post-show club included in the ticket price, you can decide whether to continue into the night.
Finding a restaurant for a night out in London is no easy feat, but it all comes as charming when Inamo Covent Garden are involved. Not only boasting some of the best Asian cuisine in the business, this quirky restaurant provides itself on its technology thanks to unique, interactive tables.
Feeling pretty familiar with your competitive side and looking to try out one of the best bars with entertainment in the city? Head on down to the cool, UV innards of Bounce where not only can you indulge on pizza and cocktails, unleash your ping pong demon on their selection of tables come sundown.
Head over to Cafe 1001 for a night of new indie cinema as this monthly night aims to bring you the best from around the world. As well as screenings, there will be talks and the chance to vote for your favourite.
Keep your chums roaring on any Saturday evening in London as The Boat Show Comedy Club keep thighs slapping all night long. Heralded for their Thames location aboard the Tattershall Castle, settle down and enjoy a premium selection of comedy names as this evening event promises cackles and chuckles to remember.
For a great evening out in London, this series of tribute concerts can certainly fit the bill. Taking place at venues across London, you can catch talented musicians paying homage to everyone from Stevie Wonder and Luther Van Dross, to whole nights dedicated to Reggae and R&B.
If you're looking to spice up your night out in London, head for The Courtesan where they'll be serving up delicious dim sum and cocktails with a side of burlesque, cabaret and comedy.
One of the most unique things to do in London at night, Life's A Drag is all about going gag-a-minute. Held at the sexy and sultry Cellar Door, head on down for the best and funniest live entertainment in the business with live music, drag names and plenty more.
Along with a swish restaurant and notorious nightclub, McQueen in Shoreditch are now enticing you in with this hot line-up of live music events.
Fronting 16-piece orchestras, incredible live choirs and epic live performers, The Reimagine collective are famed for their on-stage retelling and tributes to some of the biggest names in music's sprawling history; ranging from Destiny's Child and the Spice Girls, to The Prodigy and Daft Punk.