Weird Things To Do In London
While the dictionary description of 'weird' hails it as 'suggesting something supernatural or unearthly', we here at DesignMyNight simply see weird as something to do on a Saturday night. From cat themed festivals and pirate parties of the future to unusual dining and immersive theatre, when it comes to some of the most unusual things to do in London, this list will pretty much have you covered.
Last updated on 10th November 2016
When it comes to one of the most unusual events in London, Rumpus is a name that always steal the show. Heralded for their fancy dress guests and live entertainment, expect a wonderland of uniqueness and creativity with fire breathers, burlesque and more.
Put your noggins to the test with this truly weird event in London. One of the most unique escape room games in the city, join Lady Chastity's reserve for a brain twisting adventure that promises to put all of your skills and thinking power to the test in a creeping and haunting location.
London is full of the dead, just full of them, but what about experiencing their ghostly counterparts? A great way to spend a weird night out in the city, join this Ghastly Ghost Tour as you get stuck into some of the most haunted spaces and stories in the city.
Virtual reality is making waves in the gaming industry, but what if you could put that technology to use at a bar instead? Join Immersive & Gunn for a beer-led experience in London to remember as you tour a brewery and tuck into beers, all while sitting in the same spot.
When it comes to this weird event in London, we kind of feel like there's no explanation necessary, but we'll go ahead anyway. Not only can you flit around in a ball-pit with over 200,000 balls, there's ball shaped food and retro themed drinks at this unique night out.
Yoga is a practise that brings you back to your core, so could disco do the very same thing? One of the most unique ways to exercise in London, join Disco Yoga for a wholly different slice of that humble life as you enjoy cocktails, disco music and the downwards dog.
The Meredith Collective are more than know for their unique supper clubs in London, and their festive offering could just be their best yet. A stunning slice of London foodie life, enjoy the festive foliage, Nordic theming and incredible dishes courtesy of Meredith and the team.
The Queen of Hoxton are renowned for their rooftop, and this winter's offering is putting other themed events in London to shame. Join them at Skye Halla for an offering to the Norse gods as you indulge in mead, Thor themed cocktails, a long boat, Viking dining and more.
Put down the alcohol and step away from the midnight dancing, it's all about morning raving now. Morning Gloryville is taking place at Oval Space in Hackney this December, get up nice and early and dance your way to sunrise. In the past DJs such as Fatboy Slim have been behind the decks and there's also yoga classes, coffee stations and healthy smoothies.