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 16th October 2017
There aren't many places better to watch the fireworks than from the exclusive Roof Gardens in Kensington. As well as a brilliant display from their Spanish Gardens and winter BBQ eats beforehand, guests will also enjoy entry into the VIP-clad after-party post fireworks.
Somewhere deep under Waterloo a party is coming to life. Head to the Vaults this November for an evening that includes three courses, unlimited booze, fairy hostesses, live music and plenty of enchanting entertainment.
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. But in this immersive drinking experience, you have to make sure you don’t get caught.
With fortune tellers, traditional Mexican ceremonies, DJs and an orchestra, this Day of the Dead Party at the Vaults will whisk you away from London.
The London Afrobeat Collective are heading the Blues Kitchen Shoreditch this November, bringing their hypnotic and soaring melodies, before The Beekays play till the end of the night.
Keep the party going this November with The 90's Brunch, a huge event that includes karaoke, bottomless cocktails, 90s food and hella fun.
Club Tropicana are putting their fiery flavour on Halloween. Head to Holborn to find the fun Tiki themed club which will be transforming into a tequila-fuelled carnival palace come the big day.
Head over to East London for an amazing night of fun and games. Shuffleboard is a great group activity as you go up against you mates to be crowned king of the board, there's cocktails and craft beer too.
Chocoholics dreams are about to come true as this supper club mixes chocolate into every course.
From open mic through to blindfolds and team challenges, The Elgin are hosting two nights of team madness at their interactive pub quiz.
The Draft House at Charlotte Street are making waves in the new realm of boozy brunches with their burger and beer offering. Yes you heard, that'll be a big, fat burger with fries and a side of SIX craft beers. Madness, we know. However you take your mornings, it should definitely 100% be with a slab of 28-day dry-aged Scottish Aberdeen Angus and a pint to wash it all down.
How do we honour all the artists who lost their lives, all the bands that split up or all those who got one hit and faded into obscurity forever? A big party of course.
This November, re-join the House of Burlesque for another lock in, with more sassiness, more decadence, and more burlesque at the most exciting event yet.
This November prepare to consume art like you’ve never before at this multi-sensory gallery put together by artistic heavyweights. There’s cocktails from Smith & Sinclair as well.
Taking to a new plot south of the river for their next series of escapades, the renowned Musical Bingo are all set for a November session of quick-fire rounds, heady DJs and all-out hedonism. Join them at Pop Brixton come 9th November.
From working with the likes of Skepta and Benga, Plastician is a huge DJ. Join him at The Old Queen's Head this November for an intimate set.
Renowned for their seasonal produce and fine wines, Nape is heading to Mayfair for a special pop-up. This November, they're turning their attention to beer as a beer expert explains six different glasses, all paired with cheeses and meats.
For a vintage take on comedy in London, be sure to check out the hilarious Gin Chronicles collection. Not only fusing retro comedy with thigh-slapping theatre, guests of the event enjoy a complimentary boutique gin and Fentimans tonic to wash down the laughs with.
Listen and watch Cassetteboy LIVE as the internet sensations that have lampooned everyone from Alan Sugar to David Cameron come to the Prince of Wales.
Give your drinking experience a complete makeover as this night plunges you into darkness and helps you appreciate flavours in a new way.
Ham Yard Hotel has invited contemporary British artist Kurt Jackson to discuss with curator Olivia Paterson his most recent works in his latest exhibition, Cot: A Cornish Valley. Ideal for art fans.
This November in London, celebrate Day of the Dead at Temper City with bottomless prosecco or Bloody Marys, as well as three-course curry brunch, a quiz and top 80s tunes.
To toast the arrival of winter, Covent Garden Hotel are hosting a delicious three course meal complete with matched wines from a renowned Italian vineyard.
November is chilly and miserable but things are brightening up thanks to Nicole Line who's bringing her lovely creative classes to various London spots. Join the crafting expert as she teaches you how to create beautiful and personalised products using techniques such as screen and wood printing and metallic foiling.
They're one of the coolest shops in Shoreditch, and they're throwing quite the bash this November in London. Join Paper Dress Vintage this month in the city as they celebrate their 10th birthday with more antics and debauchery than ever.
Not all beer events in London were made equal, and this one just so happens to be a cut above the rest. Join Biercraft for a top night at Nape as they head on down for the best in beer and charcuterie.
Want to celebrate Thanksgiving in style this year? Phileas Fogg is offering an all-American supper club, where you’ll be treated to three delicious courses paired with three tasty local drinks.
Learn how to jive and swing at the Rivoli Ballroom, with not only a beginner’s lesson, but also a whole night of live music, cool retro aesthetics in an iconic venue and inexpensive drinks.
Learn how to become a professional podcaster with star Karla Marie Sweet. You’ll learn everything from how to conduct a good interview to how to brand your podcast – all while enjoying unlimited tea and cake from Drink, Shop & Do.
There's plenty of delicious things to do this November in London, and this oyster tour just so happens to be one of them. Not only taking you on a tour of some of the best oyster spots in the city, you'll enjoy a masterclass to boot.
If you're looking for something special to do this November in London, look no further than the Winemakers Dinner. Found at one of the most iconic venues in London, not only will you dine in luxury at Sky Garden, you'll enjoy perfectly paired wines.
It’s 1928, prohibition is in full swing and you need to celebrate Christmas in style. Knock on the door, give the password and you’ll be given access to a full on jazz bar, complete with delicious hot and cold canapes, a four-course meal and glamorously furnished dining room. While you eat you will watch acrobats and aerialists perform exhilarating stunts, before the illicit gambling den and dancefloor is opened.
From port-braised skate wing through to Black Forrest Gateau, this supper club is combining five delicious courses with matched wine and port.
Wahaca co-founder Thomasina Miers is inviting you to a wonderful, family-style banquet of delicious Mexican dishes she has been working on, along with a welcome drink and entry into the Day of the Dead Festival next door.
With winter tales, bonfires, pumpkin carving and live music, Midnight Apothecary is the cutest winter activity. The renowned night is back at Brunel Museum for winter 2017.
After exploding onto the scene at Notting Hill Carnival and BBC Radio 1 years ago, Norman Jay MBE is bringing his legendary funk and soul music to Old Queen’s Head.
Building up the festive season nicely, Bar Rumba return with their weekends dedicated to their Comedy Carnival. Boasting a spread of incredible stand-up talent from across the globe and fresh from the circuit, come down and enjoy the show and even make it an occasion with their party packages available to create a custom night out for you.
Taking place on the 69th floor of The Shard, Travelling Film Show screens classic movies against the backdrop of the London skyline.
With the likes of Mae Martin, Jessica Fostekew and Garrett Millerick, Camden Comedy Club's third birthday looks sets to be a belter.
Celebrating everything from the history to musical culture of Britain, London Cabaret Club is a truly British affair, with beautifully choreographed shows combined with delicious food.
London's champions of all things boozy, karaoke and rapping mayhem are back with a whole new series this Autumn. The Hip Hop brunch collective will be taking to secret locations around London and serving up their incredible mix of 'Dirty South' foods, bottomless cocktails and rap karaoke sessions.
Jump into a plot of deceit and obsession as you uncover who murdered and was murdered. Seven erratic personalities will bump off you as you discover a plot of deceit and obsession, all on the eve of Paradise Bar’s annual masquerade celebration.
Nothing says November quite like a belly warming tipple, and Interrupt The Routine have just the thing. Join them at The Bridge in Barnes this month in London as they host a gin night of facts and tastings galore.
The Reimagine collective bring together full 16-piece orchestras, epic live choirs and brilliant on-stage performers to re-tell the story of some of music history's most adored and respected names.
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.
The Black Tie Ballroom Club offers Londoners the chance to experience all the glamour and glitz of the prohibition era. Starting with a fun dance class for beginners - where guests will learn how to foxtrot, waltz and tango - the event will conclude with a huge party, featuring great live music and incredible dancers.
From Daft Punk through to Amy Winehouse, Shoreditch venue McQueen will be playing host to an amazing list of live acts in their plush venue.
November has plenty of great tricks up its sleeve, and The Cuban Brothers is just one of them. Join one of the wildest live acts at The Prince of Wales in Brixton as they perform hits, and offer up plenty of debauchery.
For one of the greatest alternative nights in London, head down to Tattershall Castle. Alongside regular club nights and comedy clubs, there’s tonnes of drinks and food at affordable prices. The best yet – it all takes place on a barge in Central London.
If there’s one thing to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, it’s Thanksgiving at the Breakfast Club, giving you a three course dinner and all the positive vibes you can handle.
The Manhattan Club are throwing a series of indulgent banquets complete with a cocktail and canape reception, and a feast of 1920s food with a modern twist and entertainment.
This intimate jazz den in the heart of Kennington is one of the most impressive places to catch a night of live music in south London, and they’ve some really eye-catching live shows coming up in November. Get date night booked in and pop by to this romantic brasserie where you’ll find 9-piece bands playing jazz, swing, funk and soul sounds into the evening.
Sing your heart out at Infernos for Pure Anthems, as they invite a full band on stage to play some of the biggest bangers around. Everyone joins in – so get stuck in.