Best Events in September

Let's not beat around the bush. Summer was great, but you're secretly looking forward to digging out your favourite jumper to guard against that autumn chill, aren't you? That's not the only thing to get excited about either – with September's agenda coming packed full with the usual spread of the cool, the quirky and the downright unruly events throughout the capital. Here's our run-down of the best events in London this September.

Last updated on 24th March 2020

The ultimate way to beat the summer holiday blues, this Disco Brunch is set to get you up on tables with their hot mix of bottomless cocktails, amazing dance tunes and two courses of brunching deliciousness.

Cook up your own cocktails and feast on homemade pizzas at London's unique science experiment concept. Inspired by a mix of Breaking Bad and school science lessons, the immersive bar experience will have you dress in hazmat suits while building your own creations. 

  The Candlelight Club

336 user reviews 4

@ The Candlelight Club on Saturday 18th April 2020 and 3 other Saturdays

Nothing sparkles like the bygone days of the Golden Age. London's most infamous event collective known for throwing some of the most glamorous soirees this city has even seen return to show you how to have fun in September in London. Don your flapper dress, trilby hat and bootlegger attitude, we're taking you back to the 1920s. 

The 90's Brunch

204 user reviews 3

This September prepare for one of the hottest brunch events around. The 90s Brunch combines everything you love about the 90s – including fresh entertainment, lip sync battles and an amazing soundtrack – with amazing food and an hour of bottomless cocktails.

See out the summer season in style as Skylight is open right through this month for croquet, petanque, cocktails and some of the best views of the city.

It's time to party as Supa Dupa Fly put on a massive series of events across the city. The huge club night is taking over London's hot spots with amazing DJs, a cool crowd and some of the most fun you can have on a night out.

Blingo - Hip Hop Bingo

202 user reviews 5

Spend your September evenings with Grandma Flash and the Blingo Crew as they take over North London to bust the numbers and blast some beats. Expect phat prizes, dance offs, lip sync battles and the dopest house party since the Queen's jubilee. 


232 user reviews 4

One of West London's best drinking and entertainment venues, September at the Aeronaut is ready to knock your socks off with quizzes, cabarets and some stunning circus.

Disco Yoga

131 user reviews 5

This September yoga pro Sarah Hunt has teamed up with DJ Darlo to bring one of London's quirkiest yoga classes, disco yoga. Stretch out your sun salutations and downwards dogs to the sounds of The Jackson Five and Donna Summer, and then refuel with a super foods smoothie after.

A night of

93 user reviews 4

From the Jazz Cafe to Islington Assembly Hall and Bush Hall, this pop up is taking over some of London's best venues for a series of live music events dedicated to legendary musicians like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin and more. 

Rivoli Pop up Cinema

77 user reviews 4

It's all kicking off in south London, where you can catch slick flicks from Breakfast at Tiffany's to When Harry Met Sally and even Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom this September. With food stalls, craft beers and cosy seats, this definitely beats the boring local cinema.

Agency Unknown

233 user reviews 4

Celebrate summer at one of the most popular spots in London. A perfect hangout for large groups and catching up with mates, The Comedy House Party, Gospeloke and Musical Bingo are some of the most fun events this September.

Meantime Brewing Company

61 user reviews 5

Looking for things to do this month? If your idea of a good time includes sloshing pints of beer, tasting your way through exclusive batches and exploring quirky London breweries, then join Meantime for brew-filled tours.

The Reggae Brunch

1627 user reviews 4

Saturdays are going off this September in London as the Reggae Brunch arrives with bottomless cocktails, all-day dancing and some tasty food to get you through those post-summer blues.

The Luna Cinema - London

42 user reviews 4

Outdoor movie pros The Luna Cinema are bringing you a season of film screenings in beautiful locations. Bangers such as Judy, Grease, Rocketman and Dirty Dancing will be shown at gawp-worthy spots across the city - all you have to do is bring your blankets, pillows and booze and nestle in for a memorable night.

Looking for something quirky to do this September? Head to Covent Garden or Shoreditch where this immersive drinking experience, will have you smuggling booze, avoiding guards and sippingon bespoke cocktails in an orange jumpsuit.

Top Secret Comedy Club

229 user reviews 5

Like getting loads of funny for your money? Probably time you discovered the Top Secret Comedy Club, which reels out the top notch comics for evenings rich with thigh-slapping gags. Come along and have a laugh, there's an open bar serving cheap booze, a buoyant atmosphere and the chance to mix with loads of really funny people.

@ The Bletchley on Various dates from Saturday 4th April 2020

Think you've got what it takes to crack WW2 codes? Head to this unique immersive cocktail bar experience, inspired by the work at Bletchley Park and Alan Turing's Enigma machines. You''ll enter a secret war room, enter mission codes and piece together recipes to create your own cocktails. 

Bashment Brunch

46 user reviews 4

The new one from the Hip Hop Brunch team, this epic day party is all about the beats with its mix of bashment, reggaeton, dancehall and soca, alongside tasty food and bottomless cocktails.

Not only is the Lates and After Dark London Series offering you the chance to experience some of the city's most iconic landmarks, but they're also giving you late-night access, crafty cocktails and live shows to boot.


99 user reviews 4

Fresh from a series of sold out gin-house parties, this private members club is back with some of London's finest showgirls. Expect burlesque performances, circus acts, live music and Vaudeville extravagance.

@ Red Rooster on Saturday 4th April 2020 and 15 other Saturdays

Red Rooster is turning things up a notch as it welcomes BBC 1Xtra's DJ Emily Rawson and her all-female crew of DJs for an afternoon of banging beats and bottomless brunching. With two hours of unlimited Frozittas, chicken and waffles and drunken doughnuts, we can't think of anything better.

The London Cabaret Club

222 user reviews 4

This September, enjoy the wonders of the London Cabaret Club, where you can enjoy shows centred around a British theme and performed by West End stars, all while feasting on delicious dinners.


29 user reviews 5

Forget everything that you know about cabaret and burlesque, because this September, The Double R Club is going all out with David Lynch-style performances, complete with doughnuts, coffee shots, bespoke cocktails and more.

HIX Events

51 user reviews 5

From carving masterclasses to whisky pairings, Mark Hix has a thing or two up his sleeve for this autumn. With a huge array of great food and cookery events it's a great way to jazz up your September plans.

Love wine and fine food? Combine your passion for both at Petersham Nurseries in Covent Garden. The pretty spot has organised a series of wine tastings, focusing on bottles that include the likes of chianti classico, which will be paired with cheese and bread.

Garage Brunch

536 user reviews 4

Finish a summer of love with Garage Brunch this September as they get you movin', shakin' and skankin' with their soundtrack of garage hits and guest appearances. Expect nothing other than one heck of a party with bunch goodies and unlimited booze thrown in.