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Unusual Things To Do in London
Yearning for a change from the boozy birthdays, wild warehouse parties and rooftop romps? As much as going out and drinking ourselves silly can be a lot of fun, we sometimes see super hungover Mondays lurking round the corner and we think about all the other, less-destructive things we could have done instead. Thankfully, London's has the answer, offering infinite activities for you to try. Have a gander at our recommendations for the most unusual events in London.
This internationally-acclaimed magician is hosting a series of events from the opulent Grand Royal, promising baffling tricks, old school charm and a massively captivating performance. A great quirky London event for those looking to try something a little off-kilter, your ticket also includes a 'magic cocktail' on arrival.
Mixing cocktails and quirky retro gaming, Kanaloa is a haven for adults who just refuse to grow up. With an amazing range of games and consoles, get ready to get competitive at this super fun event.
From dirty Scrabble to cereal tasting and Cards Against Humanity, there's million ways to diversify your dating game. Smudged Lipstick is here to give you a helping hand by bringing you some of the most outrageous dating events in London.
If you're going to talk about Flight Club, do it really loudly, all the time to everyone you meet because it's great and we're spreading the world across the city. Unfortunately sans Brad (we know), this place is all about social gaming like never before. Ping pong is well yesterday now. This is the dawn of DARTS. We're welcoming a new age of drinking and darting ... come and join us in either Bloomsbury or Shoreditch.
Last time we checked, it's pretty unusual to find yourself standing on the tables, arms around a complete stranger, screaming out the words to Livin' On A Prayer at the end of a quiz night. This is the norm at Sounds Familiar. A raucous disco in the form of a pub quiz, these guys part with the boring trivia and instead focus on sweet music. Terrible singing and shoddy dance moves are welcome.
Step on down to Chelsea Harbour Hotel this September, as REZtron hosts a slinky masquerade party, complete with retro games, karaoke booths and a silent disco. Soak up drinks inside or head to the rooftop for spectacular views.
From meeting other crafty folk through to slurping on a free drink, this class is bringing the unexpected to King's Cross. Using cutting, folding and gluing, an expert will teach you how to make your very own Jumping Jack Doll, based on your likeness.
Head to Drink Shop & Do, where the fun time bar is throwing a quirky life drawing class. There's neon body paint, UV lights and models are transformed into living sculptures, for a unique drawing experience.
With an impressive food menu, ranging from lemon and chilli chicken wings to delicious aged steak burgers, Hip Hop Brunch hope to add a Southern feel to your Saturday afternoons. Alongside the delectable 3 course meal, you'll have the chance to spit some lyrics and impersonate your favourite rappers during Hip Hop Karaoke. How better to spend a Saturday afternoon than by butchering a rendition of 'Juicy'.
Ever thought you'd seen a ghost before? Well, now's your opportunity for real as you embark on London's premier ghost tour. Join them as they use Ouija boards, K2 Meters and Dowsing Rods to try and find ghosts, poltergeists and strange encounters in some of the most haunted places in the capital.
Taking place in a former Masonic Lodge, this amazing yoga class is revitalising and nourishing in equal amounts. Once you're done with your workout, head up to the brasserie for a healthy brunch which includes bottomless juice.