What's On in West London
One of the most affluent areas in London famed for its fine architecture, Notting Hill, the infamous Portobello Market and more, West London is a ripper for events and nights out in London. From roaring club nights atop some of West London's most talked about party venues, to circus inspired bashes, seriously sought after supper clubs and more, nights out in West London are a force to be reckoned with. Check out our recommendations for the best events in West London.
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Last updated on 22nd June 2017
Head to Chelsea's Goat and celebrate 4th July in true American style. Serving delicious American dishes, such as hearty sliders and hotdogs, the team behind the bar will be serving American beers, rye bourbon and a handful of potent cocktails. If that wasn't enough, the night will also include a live musical performance, before DJ Roxy takes over, playing party tunes until 1 AM.
Drink and dance until the early hours at legendary venue Paradise By Way of Kensal Rise a the West London venue puts on a series of hot DJ events. Party in the reformed pub with the likes of MJ Cole and Norman Jay, as the hot DJs bring the biggest sounds to this quirky venue.
Fulham's Hanger SW6 has made a bit of a name for itself by serving amazing grilled steak and moreish fries on every occasion, but there's a lot more to this venue than the food. From a stunning basement brunch session on the weekends, live music accompanied with fresh cocktails and even a gin masterclass hosted by the Martin Millers brand, the team behind this West London venue never shy away from a fun event.
Spend a Saturday night at swish bar L'Etranger Piano Lounge as they perk up your weekend with fine dining and cocktails. Located in Kensington, kick things off with delicious French food before a live piano player gets your night going.
Head West this summer and take part in a thrilling ceilidh dance night in the heart of Fulham High Street. Join Fiddle Paradiddle for a night of turns, twists and tumbles, as they walk each guest through a number of fun, traditional Scottish dances. Known as one of the quirkiest ceilidh bands in the country, the night promises to leave you with sore feet and a huge smile on your face.
The Jam Tree in Chelsea amp up their Rum Festival with a fun masterclass led by Matusalem brand expert Hugh Barnard. While sipping on a delicious cuba libre cocktails, guests will hear all about the history of the famous rum brand, before sampling some of Matusalem's most famous spirits during a masterclass.