Best Events in June
Wanting some summer fun but not quite sure what's going on? It is definitely time for you to get out, relax, and enjoy the early summer sun. So if you don't just want to do the same old thing this June, then check out our guide bringing you all the best events in London in June. We've picked nothing but the greatest June events to get you out on these warm summer days and give you a chance to go a little wild with your mates. Make sure to make the most of your summer days from the start and plan your month now, that way you won't miss out on a single party, pub crawl or festival!
Last updated on 17th January 2017
Taking you back to the wild and wondrous days of F Scott Fitzgerald and that infamous chap Jay Gatsby, The Candlelight Club return to take over secret London location with their glamorous party antics. For something to do this June in London, venture back to the 1920s in all its flapper and live jazz glory.
Nicole Line hosts textile workshop events designed to teach a creative skill in fun and inviting surroundings. Doesn’t matter whether you’re a complete learner or a total professional, these workshops take place in a relaxed setting where you’re encouraged to share ideas and techniques.
The air raid sirens are ringing, it’s D-Day in the Second World War, which means it’s your opportunity to party underground like it’s your last day on Earth. At a secret London location decked out in authentic air-raid shelter décor, a live band will perform 40s classics and remixed modern favourites made in the style of the era. There will be classic cocktails and, if you need to work on your swing moves, a class just before the bunker opens.
When it comes to something fun to do this June in London, why not join some of the best brewers in the business? Heralded in the London beer community, join Crate in their brewery for beer tasters, platters and insight aplenty this month in the city.
What better way to celebrate the glorious British summer than with a cold, crisp glass of wine? Hosted from their Borough Market outpost, Bedales will be taking their guests on a taste journey this June in London. This unique wine master class promises expert insight into tasting and production.
Those looking for unusual things to do in London this June need look no further than The Rosemary Branch Theatre. Their June offering will see a Shakespeare-inspired theatrical experience, promising live music, Shakespeare party bags, and games that would have dear old Willy wiggling in his grave. Here's to you, big guy!
All aboard The Tattershall Castle boat this June for its 15th year running as London's finest and funniest floating comedy club. On this intimate docked liner, you'll be giggling and cheering away as class comedy acts from premier improv troupe Noise Next Door and funny Frenchman Marcel Lucont to comic-actor Charlie Baker and stand-up sensation MC David Morgan take to the stage and entertain no end. Not forgetting its open 'til late nightclub, The Tattershall Castle will also cater to the carousers among you post-show complete with bevvies and boogies.
Taking you into the pre-summer haze nicely, the Shoreditch Pub Crawl are the biggest East London bar crawl collective dedicated to throwing the biggest nights out whether you're a student, a novice or a hardened big smoke dweller. They'll be showing you cheap drinks, cheap entry and all the fun.
Taking to the heart of Dalston this time around, get ready for another top romp courtesy of Little Nan's. Head on down for a kitsch and colourful wonderland of crockery and cocktails set alongside 90s beats and pic'n'mix to boot.
Listen out for the track and dance, shimmy and sing your way to the final rounds of this pub quiz extraordinaire. More of a night out than anything, you'll be busting out some serious disco dancing at this musical quiz. Take to their events at Jerusalem Bar, Trapeze or The Phoenix for a night out you'll never forget.
You’ve not seen a movie, and we mean really seen it, until you’ve taken it in at The Grand. This Clapham hotspot is showing a run of cult favourite films on their enormous, 24ft wide screen, with free popcorn and all kinds of themed quirks to look forward to on the night. Once the credits have rolled it’s onto the after-party - included in the ticket price (which, by all accounts, is nothing) - where DJs play the best party tracks until 3am.