Known for combining amazing food with a party atmosphere, the Hip Hop Brunch team are taking over this August Bank Holiday in London. Guests will first be treated to 3 courses of 'Dirty South' food, before enjoying fun rounds of Hip Hip karaoke and all your favourite urban acts. Certain to leave you full of booze, with a stomach that feels like it's about to burst and a great beat in your head, there are few better ways to spend a bank holiday weekend in London.
August Bank Holiday London Events 2019
A much needed three-day weekend is on the horizon, so have you sorted your plans yet? We're here to nudge you in the right direction with this choice of fantastic bank holiday events and parties! We've been out searching the city for the very best happenings; from late night drinking and dancing to chilled one-off events, we've got everything covered. So sit back, relax and have a browse of the best Bank Holiday Weekend Events in London.
Create your very own botanical blend at this gin masterclass, which will teach you all about the art of distillation and the history of gin. Located at the HALF HITCH Micro-Distillery, you can create your own one-of-a-kind blend this bank holiday Monday.
Some say you shouldn't be allowed around darts, that you're dangerous; but we think they're wrong, and you more than fit the bill for this fun bank holiday event in London. Join Flight Club in Shoreditch and Bloomsbury as their Brunch Social not only promises a round at the board, there's food, prosecco and more.
Go for something a little different and celebrate the long weekend with a day at this immersive experience. Transporting you back to the early 20th century, you are invited aboard The Murdér Express, with a selection of dishes from Billy and Jack and mouth-watering cocktails.
From Freaky Fridays with DJ's Jarren C and Kevin O'Leary to bottomless cocktails and tasty dishes at Retox Brunch on Saturday, the swanky W Hotel has really got you covered this bank holiday weekend, so there's no excuse to miss out.
It's all about the beach this weekend, as Brick Lane's iconic 93 Feat East has been transformed into an island oasis, complete with tropical palm trees, cosy deck chairs and a fruity cocktail shack in addition to the rooftop, DJs and street food.
If whisky is more your thing, then you'll love this masterclass led by the experts at Map Maison. Munch on nibbles, sample premium blends, and soak up delicious whisky cocktails after creating your own concoction and learning all about the history.
Prepare for a night of thrills, as you must locate clues and solve riddles to avoid meeting your demise with a zombie. Go for something a little different and crack the clues to this unique escape room for a quirky night out in London.
Looking for the ultimate West End activity? Make the most of the bank holiday with a trip to Studio 88, where the lively spot is bringing you free-flowing brunch, non-stop live music and live DJs till 4am. Clear your calendar, because this is going to be a big one.
From pizza and prosecco brunches, to Friends-themed nights and even Sunday session club events, DUO has a jam-packed schedule of bank holiday activities to keep you going from morning 'til night.
Get into the bank holiday spirit with this epic bar crawl that will drag you through five great Central London bars and club over five hours. Get free shots, glow sticks, makeovers and more, with the added bonus of queue jumps and drinks deals.
Experience a three course feast, Faulty-style as this immersive show transports you to the iconic show, complete with all your favourite characters. Head down on Friday, Saturday or Sunday for a 2 hour show with delicious food and lots of laughs.
Be the first to experience this incredible multi-sensory 10 course tasting feast with champagne, cocktail and wine packages, as experimental chef Jozef Youssef takes you on a journey through the world of gastronomy.
It's all popping off this weekend, as this Brixton local hosts the Just Vibez crew on Friday, a carnival warm up with resident DJ's Manu and Ando on Saturday and KD Soundsystem with the Rimboe-Riddim crew on Sunday. It's good vibes all round.
If you're after something a little more chilled out, head to this Fulham favourite for a bath bomb making workshop. Create an explosion of colours, oils and fragrances to aid relaxation and alleviate stress.
With award-winning comedians from all over the world, this hilarious night is the ultimate place to have a good laugh. Recent acts include Jack Whitehall and Sara Pascoe, so you know you'll be in good company.
Set sail aboard The Dutch Master for an evening of drinking and dancing to your own personal soundtrack at this epic silent disco, all set to the backdrop of some of London's most iconic landmarks as you float down the Thames.
Inspired by America's most infamous prison, Alcotraz is London's first fully immersive theatrical cocktail bar. Don an orange jumpsuit, smuggle in your liquor of choice and prepare for some delicious bespoke cocktail creations.
With bottomless brunch, glitter artists and non-stop live music on the cards, The Piano Works is a top choice this bank holiday. Not only can you bag cocktails from as little as £5, but you can even request music till 1am, before a DJ takes to the decks.
Hunker down for some of the best laughs in the business at some of the best prices in the city as Sunday Night Standup takes to the Top Secret Comedy Club stage for a fun-filled roster of comedians and hilarious, stand-up names.
One of the best rooftop hangouts in London, head to Skylight this bank holiday weekend where they'll be laying on the lawn games like nowhere else. Get involved with some croquet or a spot of petanque, or simply grab a drink and enjoy the view.
The UK's first open-air shuffleboard terrace welcomes you to do something a little different this weekend. Get stuck into the classic game, with pizzas, beers and cocktails to keep you going.
Kick start the bank holiday weekend with a bingo-filled evening, featuring margaritas, pizza, bottomless cocktails and a game show extravanganza like you've never experienced before.