Head to South Bermondsey for a night of live music from a transcontinental pop project, alongside a Northern soul-inspired pop band and an indie post-punk group. Somnia will be headlining, boasting an all-star rhythm section that'll keep you on your feet till the end.
What's On in South London
Veer a little South of the river in London and you'll find smashing suburbias, bustling parks, a population of well over a million and some of the best events in the business. But what to do, and where to ruddy do it? From titillating burlesque nights and proud, pubbing experiences, to party shenanigans and clubbing events, it's easy to found out what's on in South London, because we're here to help you. Check out our recommendations for the best events in South London.
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Clapham is holding a Tiki secret: this amazing slice of South Pacific is waiting for you. Expect a big party and carefree spirit, and when it comes to the cocktails, you'll be treated to a wonderful range of mixed drinks made from premium spirits.
The Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club does many things, and it does them with the charm of a Parisian jazz bar of a bygone era. The place oozes cool, which suits its line up of fantastic acts perfectly. Nearly every day they have something great on, from established jazz, soul or funk singers to open mic nights celebrating the best in up-and-coming talent – all while you sip on one of their fantastic French and New World wines.
Head south of the river for board games galore this month, because The Four Thieves is bringing the fun to Battersea. With 5-hour sessions and 8-hour marathons filled with wooden blocks, foam guns and drinks, this is one for your diary.
Head to Peckham Levels and into Near & Far, the import/export bar that's all about cocktails and bar snacks fusing locally sourced ingredients with imports from around the world. Outside of their offering, you can enjoy kitsch, retro interiors and panoramic views of London.
Laugh Train Home is one of the city's most popular comedy nights, and for good reason too. Always showcasing a prime selection of rising UK talent as well as favourites from the comedy circuit, you can head to Four Thieves in Battersea or The Honour Oak in Forrest Hill and enjoy a spread of incredible stand-up.
Head to Camden where Blingo Bingo has arrived in all its silly glory. With fast-paced bingo dabbing, sing offs, dance offs and the chance win some really stupid prizes, it's a must visit if you're looking for a ridiculous night out.
Take a trip around one of London's trendiest neighbourhoods with this fun and interactive street art tour. See some of the lesser knows murals in the area, followed by a trip to Brick Brewery where the local beer-makers will be throwing in a fresh pint to finish off the day.
There are some holes that can only be filled with an epic roast, and that's exactly what The Honor Oak in Forest Hill are doing come Sundays. The traditional and cosy pub will be serving their legendary carvery along with a hopping atmosphere of live music and a jam session in the evening.
The Grand is a top choice for a night out in South London; join them for silent discos, balls, orchestras and all the pop fun you could dream of.
Taking over South London for one day only this July, Ciderama is the city's biggest craft cider festival with hundreds of unique finds and fresh pours to explore. Join them an you'll trawl through over 30 creators from across the globe with street food and live DJs to accompany.
A unique new venue in London has opened, offering a unique setting for the city's finest rising comedy stars. Swing by The Vauxhall Comedy Club and expect belly aching laughs, with food and drink deals aplenty.
Not far from the Shard you'll find this interesting pottery masterclass, where you can learn everything about creating pottery using a wheel, including special techniques, and also there's fun competitions and the chance to take your favourite piece home.
Forbidden Nights brings London's hotest male variety show to the majestic surroundings of The Clapham Grand. Perfect for hen parties or a lively girls night out, this is an event guaranteed to get you a little hot under the collar, as a stellar line-up of performers (including a Channing Tatum lookalike and an X-Factor finalist) put on a sexy yet fun show without the need for nudity.
The Duke's Head has got your Saturday covered with their bottomless brunch series. Stroll over to the Putney pub where shakshuka, French toast and many an egg dish are waiting to line your stomach whilst unlimited amounts of mimosas, peach bellinis and Bloody Marys are on hand for 90 minutes to wash it all down.
Thought The Prince of Wales couldn't get any better? Well, there may be a stunning rooftop, banging dancefloor and epic sound system, but now you can get a taste of Musical Bingo too. Get down to the Brixton hangout for a night of prizes, music and twists along the way.
Head to non-stop Brixton boozer The Prince of Wales to live out your gospel dreams like never before. Take to the stage where you'll be able to don your very own gown and scream out all the hits with the help of a full-blown choir. Bonkers? Yes. Amazing? Also yes.
Thursdays just got a whole lot more fun in Clapham as Lotus bar put on their huge Thirsty Thursdays. Head down for drinks after work or go for the party atmosphere with mates as the bar and club invites in DJs to play the hottest tunes until 2am - well worth the Friday hangover.
Creative Who are taking over Streatham Wine House for a series of art workshops and masterclasses this spring. Tutored by local artists, the classes will give guests the chance to unwind and let their creative juices flow - with a glass of wine in hand, naturally.
One of South London's best supper clubs, this series at the The Wine Twit is serving up the goods this season. Head down for the chance to tuck into four courses of delicious food complete with a hand-picked wine pairing from the Twit himself.