Best Events in November

It looks as though winter is well and truly upon us. Still, there's no need to be glum - don't even think about letting the cold weather stop you from having fun this November. Dust off your scarf and your mittens and get on out there - after all, there are tons of great events in November for you and your pals to enjoy, right across London. We've put together a whole list of events to keep you occupied, each with their own quirks and charm to satisfy even the most discerning of party-goers. Have a lil' look through our list and book online now to secure your spot at some of our recommended events in November.

Last updated on 10th May 2021

Sounds Familiar Music Quiz

275 user reviews 5

Looking to flex your musical prowess? Take part in the Sounds Familiar Music Quiz this November as it lands in London, armed with questions spanning all genres and decade, quirky activities and an unbeatable atmosphere.

Thames Rockets

40 user reviews 5

One of the best events in London this November, this Covid-secure speedboat trip is taking you down the Thames in super-fast style, past some of the city's most famous landmarks. Get ready for a white-knuckle ride you won't forget.

Garage Brunch

577 user reviews 4

Ignore the winter slump and get down to some classic UK garage with these brunch masterminds, and to make things even better the end of the month will see a a very special funk edition. They'll be rustling up their very own Garage Fried Chicken to chow down with bottomless cocktails before you get stuck in to fun, games and dancing all day long. 

Temperatures may be dropping, but the only way is up for Skylight's impressive events calendar this November. Experience a plethora of events and activities from ice skating to rooftop parties, after work cocktails with a view to quirky date nights at this sky-high haunt. 

Take inspiration from Walter White this November and learn how to cook up your own food and drink at this unique immersive experience in Hackney. You'll get to dress up in hazmat suits and step aboard the mobile lab unit to create your very own cocktails and homemade pizzas. 

A night of

102 user reviews 4

This November, experience a night of live music dedicated to Aretha Franklin and various R&B icons as this live music series brings you a series of events featuring a live band the Jazz Cafe and Bush Hall.

Bubble Pop Brunch

7 user reviews 4

Bubble Pop Brunch is London's very first dedicated K-Pop bottomless brunch, and it's set to brighten up even the gloomiest of November weekends. Head to a top secret location for hours of themed entertainment, from live dancers to unlimited Korean food and drinks. 

Ballie Ballerson Shoreditch

3001 user reviews 4

If you've not been to Ballie Ballerson yet - shame on you. Head over to their iconic Shoreditch location where they're back post-lockdown with the same great pizza and sweetie-inspired cocktails - oh, and an extra massive ball pit.

Bashment Brunch

47 user reviews 4

Relive the summer this November as Bashment Brunch are taking over secret locations in London for a Carnival-inspired celebration. Toast to the weekend with unlimited rum punch, delcious Caribbean food and a non-stop playlist of reggae, soca and dancehall hits. 

  The Candlelight Club

336 user reviews 4

@ The Candlelight Club on Various dates from Friday 16th July 2021

Feather boas and top hats at the ready for this decadent supper club that'll whisk you away to the roaring 20s for an evening of dancing and debauchery. The Candlelight Club will be serving up speakeasy vibes, gorgeous libations and entertainment throughout the night.

Whether you're fighting off zombies, escaping a prison, touring a haunted hospital or jetting off into space, DNA VR promises that no two experiences will be the same. Boasting sleek Hammersmith and Camden venues - it's the ultimate day out.

Backyard Comedy Club

18 user reviews 4

One of the best comedy clubs in East London, Backyard kicks off every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Head over to Bethnal Green where they'll be fronting a top-notch line-up of fresh talent and established acts at every turn.


108 user reviews 4

Head to this secret private members club, where Gin-House Burlesque is throwing a series of epic events, complete with burlesque dancers, circus showgirls, live music and Vaudeville acts.

The Reggae Brunch

1666 user reviews 4

The Reggae Brunch is bringing you a whole heap of fun this month. Get ready for bottomless booze, three courses of Caribbean food, DJs and the biggest reggaeton beats in town.

Top Secret Comedy Club

231 user reviews 5

Renowned throughout the circuit for delivering top-class performers in friendly and familiar surroundings, the Top Secret Comedy Club keeps November ticking along with a number of hilarious nights out in Covent Garden. Take in gags from the best in up-and-coming acts and proven Fringe performers, with a great atmosphere and cheap drinks to boot.

One of the best things to do in London this November, Plonk will be taking over locations in Camden, Peckham, London Fields and Forest Hill to bring you day-glo courses of epic crazy golf, with a few offering BYOB policies to boot.

This November, The Prince of Wales is inviting you and your bubble to Brixton for a series of unmissable events and get togethers. Expect a snug winter wonderland of popular RnB brunches, world-famous DJs playing curated sets and live jazz sessions from the comfort of their rooftop. 

So, you're spending November in prison. That sucks. But don't worry, smuggle in your favourite bottle of alcohol and the inmates can make sure that jail is a real party whether you head to Brick Lane or the West End outposts.

  The Murdér Express

805 user reviews 5

@ Pedley Street Station on Various dates from Sunday 13th June 2021

Pulling into Pedley Street Station this November, The Murdér Express returns, bringing with it all the drama, debauchery and dining excellence that it has become notorious for. This immersive murder mystery experience comes complete with a new luxury four-course menu created by MasterChef winner Jane Devonshire.