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.
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? But that's not the only thing to get excited about. This month's agenda comes packed full with the usual spread of cool, quirky and downright unruly happenings going on throughout the capital. See for yourself in our run-down of London's best events in September.
Cook up your own cocktails and feast on homemade pizzas at London's unique science concept. Inspired by a mix of Breaking Bad and school chemistry lessons, the immersive bar experience will have you dressed in hazmat suits as you build your own creations.
This September, prepare for one of the hottest bottomless daytime events around. The 90's Brunch is taking you on a nostalgia-filled walk down memory lane, complete with fresh entertainment, lip-sync battles and an amazing soundtrack.
See out the season in style at Skylight, one of East London's most popular rooftop bars. The outdoor beauty is eking out the dregs of summer with croquet and petanque available right through the month, alongside cocktails and some of the best views of the city.
From Formation to Irreplaceable, there's no denying that Bey is the Queen... and now's the time to pay tribute. Make your way to Beyonce Brunch, which pairs all her hits with free-flowing cocktails, tasty bites, a dance troupe and tribute act.
Vinyasa flow pro Sarah Hunt has teamed up with DJ Darlo to bring you one of London's quirkiest workout classes, Disco Yoga. Stretch out your sun salutations to the sounds of The Jackson Five and Donna Summer, before refuelling with a superfoods smoothie after.
If you love your music, love a good quiz night and love the chance to let loose a little (who doesn't?) then Sounds Familiar is an essential night out for you this September. With a whole range of events to check out, these guys are a go-to party destination for music-themed fun.
One of the best boozy brunches in London this September, this hilarious drag brunch is bringing you some of the finest Saturday afternoon antics in the city. Get ready to party down with some of the fiercest queens in the biz, alongside juicy burgers and plenty of prosecco.
Venture to this secret London location where West End Musical Brunch will be laying down all the theatreland classics. Paired with a delicious brunch and free-flowing bubbles, it's got all the makings for some great weekend antics.
Martello Hall is ending your week on a high with its epic Sunday event. Rally your friends and family and head over to the Hackney drinking and dining nirvana for a winning trio of bottomless booze, a mouthwatering roast and an evening of live jazz from an impressive band.
This September, it's all about double denim, scrunchies and high tops as this 90s favourite invites you to throw it back for some weekend brunching. Check out Old Skl Brunch for flowing drinks, great tunes and safety measures to ensure a good time.
Taking place in the electrifying Jazz Cafe, A Night Of is hosting a series of live music events from some of the city's most talented performers. Take your pick from an array of magical events, offering everything from neo-soul tunes to evenings dedicated to Amy Winehouse, Aretha Franklin, Whitney and more.
Prepare to be transported to warmer climes as Barrio Shoreditch goes all out La Isla Bonita. Expect 80s tunes, musical bingo and up to 2 hours of bottomless cocktails paired with a brunch dish and chocolate-drenched churros.
If you're looking for quirky things to do in London this September, take to the water where the Thames Rockets have joined forces with London Cocktail Club to offer you a one-of-a-kind experience. Think cocktails and live tunes on London's legendary river.
A remarkable dining concept, Jolie are taking you on a gastronomic tour of France through their fun bottomless brunch All you have to do is decide between your choice of booze and food, whether its Bretagne crepes and free-flowing fizz, or the healing combo of scrambled egg sliders and bloody marys.
The Brixton Courtyard is back, and this September the South London favourite is hosting a schedule of events from Percolate to I Feel Love. Expect a massive lineup of acts including Horse Meat Disco, Mella Dee and a carnival special with some epic DJs.
Join Garage Brunch for a day fest that'll get you movin', shakin' and skankin' with their soundtrack of hits and guest appearances. Expect nothing other than one heck of a party with a bunch of goodies and unlimited booze thrown in.
Fresh from a series of sold-out Gin-House Burlesque parties, this private members club is back with some of London's finest showgirls. Expect impressive performances, circus acts, live music and Vaudeville extravagance.
If you're looking for fun things to do in London this September, look no further. London Boat Party will take you cruising along the river, with drinks, music and a backdrop of the city's most iconic sights.
Discover foreign worlds, fight zombies and enjoy your own Mario Kart moment with a trip to Hyper Reality, a retro gaming and VR den in Bethnal Green. Along with a variety of consoles, board games and headsets, there's also food and drinks to keep you fuelled up.
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 of cheap booze, buzzy crowds and thigh-slapping gags.
Rock The Belles' brunch party is back this month with an epic offering at the Rum Kitchen in Shoreditch. Head over to the Scatler Street venue where R'n'Brunch will be bringing you an afternoon of bottomless drinks and nothing but the biggest tunes.
One of West London's best drinking and entertainment venues, Aeronaut is ready to knock your socks off with quizzes, cabarets and some stunning circus. Get there earlier and grab an evening cocktail as you watch the sunset in their gorgeous beer garden.
Still not mega keen on venturing out? That doesn't have to mean another night of Netflix. Instead, try something a little different with this at-home virtual whisky masterclass. Ticket Holders will be sent a box of tasty samples ahead of the event, as well as link to an online tasting room
Saturdays are going off this September in London as The Reggae Brunch arrives to add some sunshine to your weekend. Kick things off with an hour of bottomless rum punch and Caribbean food, before shaking off those post-summer blues to a soundtrack of soca, reggaeton and soul.
Agency Unknown are experts at shaking up your nights out with their brilliantly bizarre events. Whether you choose The Comedy House Party, Gospeloke or Musical Bingo, one thing's for certain: you and your mates are in for a hilarious evening.
Think you've got what it takes to crack WW2 codes? Try your hand at this immersive cocktail experience, inspired by the work at Bletchley Park and Alan Turing's Enigma machines. You'll enter a secret war room, uncover mission codes and piece together recipes to create your own cocktails.
Whether it's a small birthday group, or a cute date night, head to this unique London venue for an intimate evening where the drinks list is in the hands of you and your private bartender.
If you're looking for something a little different in London be sure to head to one of The Magic Hour's legendary shows. Boasting a bevy of talented magicians, you can expect an evening of spell-binding tricks that leave you mesmerized for days.
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.
Get ready for London's glitziest night yet, as Denise Van Outen hosts Proud Cabaret's Cabaret All Stars show. Expect an epic evening of awe-inspiring performances from a world-class group of acrobats, burlesque dancers and musicians.