Neverland London

Neverland London


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Description

Wednesday 28 June 2017 and 24 other dates
Multiple start times (see ticket info)
Tickets from £10
Date Night, Food & Drink, Pop-Up, Something A Little Different
Background Music
Over 18

Fulham’s first Thameside beach opens as a BYOB alfresco drinking and street food dining experience. 

Escape from the urban jungle and come join us on a journey to a beachside paradise.

Bring Your Own Booze, come on down and laze around on our white sandy beach, with palm trees, painted beach huts, summer cocktails and loads of fun.  Doze in our deckchairs, be idle on the grass or choose your seating – at our covered feasting tables, daybeds and beach huts - or simply lounge the day away in a deckchair on the beach.  We love to see families enjoy our beach and they are very welcome at weekends until 5pm.

You can find your perfect spot at Neverland - a romantic alfresco drink for two under the stars, weekend family brunch in the sun, or friends for a more sociable vibe.  Eat, drink and listen to chilled music in the sun.

Sharing our beach venue this summer are 4 great street food guys and girls – we have curated from amongst the best freshly cooked food London has to offer.

Create your own cocktails from our Unleaded Bar, or have our mixologists serve you with our ‘Beach Butler’ service to create your bespoke summer sunshine tipple. 

Unpredictable British summer? – don’t worry, we’ve got you covered under our Pergola or inside our beach huts - we have over 300 covered seats.

We love to welcome groups of all sizes – book the beach huts (up to 8 people), or one of our beach daybeds (up to 15 people seated).  Order a cocktail chest for your party – an "unleaded" sharing cocktail to complement your own alcoholic tipple.

Neverland offers BYO and alfresco dining at its best.

Running from 10th May - 3rd October (August, September, October tickets on sale at a later date)

Opening Hours

Wednesday - Friday: 6pm to 11pm

Saturday: 12pm to 11pm

Sunday: 12pm to 9pm

Please note, there is no re-entry to the site.

PLEASE ALSO NOTE. the amount of alcohol you can bring on to the site PER PERSON is restricted to:

1 bottle of wine/Prosecco/Champagne, OR

4 cans beer, OR

30cl spirits (i.e. half a bottle).  Thank you and have a good time.

ticket info & dates/times

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Location

Neverland London
Wandsworth Bridge Road, London, SW6 2TY




Terms

1. The ticket holder voluntarily assumes all risks and danger incidental to the event for which the ticket is issued, whether occurring prior, during or after the event. The ticket holder voluntarily agrees that the management, venue, event participants, DesignMyNight (WFL Media Ltd) and all of their respective agents, officers, directors, owners and employers are expressly released by the ticket holder from any claims arising from such causes.
2. Tickets are issued subject to the rules and regulations of the venue.
3. Please check your tickets, as mistakes cannot always be rectified.
4. Occasionally, events are cancelled or postponed by the promoter, team, performer or venue for a variety of reasons. If the event is cancelled, please contact us for information on receiving a refund from the responsible party. If the event was moved or rescheduled, the venue or promoter may set refund limitations. It is your responsibility to ascertain the date and time of any rearranged event.
5. The venue reserves the right to refuse admission and may on occasion have to conduct security searches to ensure the safety of the patrons.
6. Every effort to admit latecomers will be made at a suitable break in the event, but admission cannot always be guaranteed.
7. We regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase.
8. Tickets are sold subject to the venue or promoter's right to alter or vary the programme due to events or circumstances beyond its control without being obliged to refund monies or exchange tickets.
9. If this ticket is re-sold or transferred for profit or commercial gain by anyone other than the promoter, venue management, DesignMyNight or one of their authorised sub-agents, it will become voidable and the holder may be
refused entry to or ejected from the venue.
10. The venue may operate a No Smoking Policy.
11. The promoter, venue management and DesignMyNight accept no responsibility for any personal property.
12. The event listed on the purchased ticket is strictly for ticket holders who are over 18 years of age. Identification may be required.

Beach huts
Our huts are designed for up to 8 people and bookable at a cost of £80 per time slot.
If your party is larger than 8, additional people should either pre-purchase an entry ticket, or pay at the entrance (where they may have to queue as we cannot guarantee there will be immediate availability due to capacity restrictions).
At the end of your session, our staff will ask you to vacate the beach hut, although you are welcome to stay onsite. Should you wish to book the beach hut for longer, please book additional slots.
Your beach hut will be held for you and your guests for 30 minutes after your reservation time. If you and your party have not arrived within this time, then your beach hut may be given to other guests.

Party daybeds
Our party daybeds are designed for up to 15 people and are bookable at a cost of £150 per time slot.
Daybeds are designed to take a maximum of 15 seated, so we recommend that if your party is larger than 15, additional people should either pre-purchase an entry ticket, or pay at the entrance (where they may have to queue as we cannot guarantee there will be immediate availability due to capacity restrictions).
At the end of your session our staff will ask you to vacate the daybed, although you are welcome to stay onsite. Should you wish to book the party daybeds for longer, please book additional slots.
Some of our party daybeds are covered and we will allocate these on a first come, first serve basis. We will try to accommodate your preference, but cannot guarantee specific availability.
Your party daybed will be held for you and your guests for 30 minutes after your reservation time. If you and your party have not arrived within this time, then your daybed may be given to other guests.

Feasting tables
Our feasting tables are designed to take a maximum of 18 people - if your party is less than this, you may be required to share with other guests at your table and make friends!
If you are 2-3 people, you can still turn up and you are quite likely to get a space as we hold some spaces for walk-ins and smaller groups, although we cannot guarantee it.

Social behaviour
We ask that you drink responsibly whilst onsite and show consideration for other guests. We reserve the right to refuse entry and may ask you to leave the site.

Food and Drink Policy
We offer BYOB and you and your guests are very welcome to bring your own alcohol onsite. However, this works on the basis that you purchase soft drinks and/or cocktail mixers from us onsite. We therefore do not allow you and your guests to bring any external soft drinks, pre-mixed soft and alcoholic drinks (including alcopops), or food onsite. Our security staff will search your bag on entry and may confiscate any items of food or soft drink (these will be returned to you when you leave).
The amount of alcohol permitted is restricted to:
30cl of spirits (½ bottle), or 1 bottle of wine, or 4 cans or bottles of beer.

Entry Policy
We will request identification from you and your guests at the entrance and reserve the right to refuse entry for any reason. If you happen to be lucky enough to look under 25 you will be asked to prove that you are aged 18 to gain entry to the site, unless you are accompanied by an adult who is over 25. You and your guests must be over 18 to consume alcohol onsite and our security staff will strictly enforce this policy and you may be asked to leave the site without a refund.
All guests who are under 18 must be offsite by 5pm.
Please note there is no re-entry to the site.

Closing time
Our last service is half an hour before closing at which point our security staff will ask you to drink up. We ask that you kindly co-operate with our security staff in their efforts to ensure that all guests have left the site by our closing time. Please, please leave the site quietly with respect to the local residents who may be trying to get some shut eye.

Internal marketing
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Contact
Please send us an email on hello@neverlandlondon.com should you wish to contact us for any reason.

Organiser

Neverland London Limited

<p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Fulham&rsquo;s first Thameside beach opens as a BYO alfresco drinking and street food dining experience.&nbsp;</strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Escape from the urban jungle and come join us on a journey to a beachside paradise.</strong></p>

https://www.neverlandlondon.com/

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Fatastic day out, the organisers were very accommodating, staff were great and it was the perfect day out :) jags visited Neverland London on 24 Jun 2017
28 Jun 2017 by
5

Great idea, but needs better management. The BYO should be in bigger print. Mixers are pricey but it averages out to a normal bar as you've bought your own choice of alcohol. We arrived 25 mins after our booking which was also the opening time 12 on a Sunday. The door staff were a bit off with us as the whole party was not there at the same time, but we tried calling to explain there was huge delays and road closures but the phone was not answered. The atmosphere is ok, but after paying £80 for a beach hut, we were constantly being hassled by kids throwing sand, and the cleaning team taking half finished drinks. The bar is service SLOW, waiting 20 mins at an empty bar for a drink-sort it out, such a shame. Sadly if you are not drinking you can not bring your own- I suggest alcohol free wine so you can have something. We were asked to move on 45 mins before the end of our booking. visited Neverland London on 25 Jun 2017
27 Jun 2017 by
1

The concept of the place is great and I was really looking forward to celebrating my birthday there but it was very disappointing. The poor management and ridiculous mixer prices make it a very frustrating place to hold a birthday party. From my guests having to argue there way into a venue they had tickets for, or be told there was suddenly no re-entry at 5pm (despite me checking the entry policy with the venue myself a few days earlier) to paying a stupid amount of money for a barman, who was nowhere to be seen and doesn't mix a single drink in front of you- it felt like a total rip off. I wasn't impressed when 30mins before our table was up we were told to start clearing up. I booked a day bed and was given one without cover so we all got soaked, which was unlucky. However, not a single effort was made by staff to help us. When it eventually stopped, we had to flip all the seat covers overselves and dry seats with toilet tissues, no cloths or umbrellas or anything were provided by the venue. Overall a total disappointment, I should have put the £250 I spent on renting the space, behind the bar at my local pub and had a much more fun and stress free birthday. visited Neverland London on 24 Jun 2017
26 Jun 2017 by
2

A great venue! Would definitely recommend this place. I would only warn girls of the portaloo's and that boys seem to think it was ok to use the female's (and we all know how smelly boys are!). Katie visited Neverland London on 24 Jun 2017
26 Jun 2017 by
4

Cool summer venue, great to enjoy with your friends. Brings a little bit of beach holiday to London lialucia visited Neverland London on 17 Jun 2017
25 Jun 2017 by
5

Fancy & Fun! A well implemented unique concept.... Perfect for any kind of gathering, party or social celebration! visited Neverland London on 23 Jun 2017
25 Jun 2017 by
5

It was amazing!! I have to admit I was surprised at how well it was done. The pastel beach huts, the garden entrance ans the lovely staff. Thanks!! visited Neverland London on 22 Jun 2017
24 Jun 2017 by
5

Such a fun evening, we booked a beach hut and all brought Prossecco to drink, they charge £5 for a bucket of ice which is quite ridiculous but it was such a hot day so had to be done. We didn't end up sitting in the beach hut as it was to hot , but was fun sitting on the blankets outside it. The beach hut is entry for 8 people ,we had a few extras but lucky they could pay at the door and come in. Would def book to come again! Elizabeth visited Neverland London on 21 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017 by
5

Great evening! Stunning venue and lovely staff! Thank you! Milly visited Neverland London on 21 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017 by
5

Great fun and really nice crowd of people too visited Neverland London on 21 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017 by
4

Great service from the staff and amtosphere visited Neverland London on 15 Jun 2017
22 Jun 2017 by
5

Great place! Went during the week and got there just after it opened so managed to sit on the deck chairs on the sandy part. Within an hour it was really busy with a great vibe. Enjoyed prosecco and rose in the sun. Would definitely recommend for date night or with friends. Danielle visited Neverland London on 21 Jun 2017
22 Jun 2017 by
5

Super fun ! Reasonably priced , was great that they didnt over fill the venue, so there were plenty of seats and no queue. visited Neverland London on 17 Jun 2017
20 Jun 2017 by
5

Too hot under the plastic pergola. No shade with high risk of getting sunburnt. "Summary" food is pizza and raclette... plus a friend was hit by a freesby in her eye. Not pleasant. visited Neverland London on 18 Jun 2017
20 Jun 2017 by
1

Fun concept but far too expensive for what it was visited Neverland London on 18 Jun 2017
20 Jun 2017 by
2

very disappointing - not really on the river... visited Neverland London on 11 Jun 2017
19 Jun 2017 by
1

Really good atmosphere! I used the venue as a pre-dinner venue and it was brilliant. Erica visited Neverland London on 17 Jun 2017
19 Jun 2017 by
5

Very cool venue and with great food options. visited Neverland London on 15 Jun 2017
19 Jun 2017 by
5

Great location over the Thames, great food and BYOB is such a good idea - very enjoyable way to spend a hot weekend in London Katie visited Neverland London on 17 Jun 2017
19 Jun 2017 by
4

Really cool summer vibe, great food stalls , colourful beach huts and mini beach , highly recommended ! visited Neverland London on 14 Jun 2017
16 Jun 2017 by
4

Bit much that a pregnant woman can't bring in her own soft drink when everyone else is being in their beer and wine. You might want to make it more explicit on the main page that soft drinks are not allowed. It only tells you this on the small print of the ticket once bought and paid for. Zoe visited Neverland London on 15 Jun 2017
13 Jun 2017 by
1

Great venue. Very clean and a good selection of food. Only complaint was I booked 2 beach huts as they are advertised to hold 8 when then actually hold about 12-14 so we all hung out in 1 and the other was left empty. Had I known I would have booked 1 beach hut and then bought 4 extra tickets. David visited Neverland London on 11 Jun 2017
13 Jun 2017 by
4

Very enjoyable relaxing afternoon in the sunshine. Not keen to pay for Ice and would certainly recommend bringing your own cool bag as warm drinks are not nice and there's not much shade ! Michelle visited Neverland London on 11 Jun 2017
13 Jun 2017 by
4

A fun evening, good atmosphere with music. Take cash if wanting to eat - good food selection but only 2 places took card so these had the biggest queues. Sinks didn't work in portaloos so sanitising gel would be good. Laura visited Neverland London on 09 Jun 2017
12 Jun 2017 by
4

A great venue - awesome atmosphere, amazing location and so much fun! visited Neverland London on 10 Jun 2017
12 Jun 2017 by
5

Great concept--don't forget to take a blanket and wear flip flops though! visited Neverland London on 10 Jun 2017
12 Jun 2017 by
4

I really liked the atmosphere and venue, good music. The down sides were not realising we couldn't take in pre mixed can of drink i.e. G&T. We had to drink some then throw some away. You can't even take in line wedges which seems ridiculous. We sat on blankets on the sand and as we were moving our blankets, a member of staff who was collecting rubbish took a whole fresh drink that we had placed to the side, that was annoying. The beach huts looked good but really wouldn't use it if it's sunny, the sun beds looked better. Very few deck chairs, taking a blanket is best. I had a fast track ticket, there was no need for it if ur turning up later in the day. Jo visited Neverland London on 10 Jun 2017
12 Jun 2017 by
4

Terrible customer service. 2 emails and 3 weeks spent waiting to find out about the release of July tickets and now required date all sold out. This company have no respect for paying customers.
09 Jun 2017 by
1

Neverland was so much fun, headed their with plenty of fizz and beers . I'd take ice with me in the future to keep it all cool. Decent music too ! The only disappointment was Daves Tacos (street food) had very poor hygiene ! Staff memeber taking money then making food straight after ! Grim!! And they failed to mention they had ran out of ingredients for the burger and used plastic cheese instead of the one advertised and charged £8 for it ! Had better burger from a van in a car-boot ! Lauren visited Neverland London on 03 Jun 2017
07 Jun 2017 by
4

A response from your social media team would be really appreciated. All huts sold out for 24/06 but it would be nice to know if any cancellations happen, can you be put on a waiting list??
07 Jun 2017 by
1

No response to emails/Instagram - I have been trying to get in touch with the firm for a week and now all the tickets are sold out! Not good customer service!
07 Jun 2017 by
1

Very origical concept , had a great time Highly recommend A must see James visited Neverland London on 03 Jun 2017
06 Jun 2017 by
5

Neverland was a hit with our group! We were very welcomed by the staff and more than happy with the beach hut booking. We chose this venue for a 'chill' birthday party and each and everyone of our friends are still raving about it. Thanks for a really good day. visited Neverland London on 04 Jun 2017
06 Jun 2017 by
5

On Saturday I went to Neverland. I paid for lounging day bed and also a beach Butler for my birthday celebration. We were seated in the area for the first an hour and then eventually the beach butler came served the table. I was annoyed he arrived later than the time of booking and he was also serving other tables. Not only this, but it began to rain and therefore we moved from being sat outside to an inside bench and the beach butler did not move with us. Out of what supposed to be 3.5 hour service, he was only at our table for about 20/30 mins.I only actually paid for one drink due to this. visited Neverland London on 03 Jun 2017
05 Jun 2017 by
2

Me and my friends had a great Friday Evening at Neverland. We bought tickets online but as we turned up ahead of the opening time at 6pm it probably wasn't necessary, and it didn't get busy until around 8pm. Lots of seating under cover which was a relief and the beds looked good if it was going to be nice weather. BYOB and sunshine definitely make this a great evening even though it is a little off the beaten track. sarah1404 visited Neverland London on 02 Jun 2017
05 Jun 2017 by
4

Concept is good and the venue is ok, Quite a cool idea but it doesn't quite hit the mark for a few reasons. The BYOB Rules are very vague even when asking for clarification it was still not clear. Mixers are expensive and a bit limited. Toilet facilities could be a lot better, hand washing facilities are definitely needed! Particularly if you are using the mens urinal posts there's no hand washing facility and only sanatiser gel if using the porta loo's. The best part is the food stands, The Pizza Daviola was great! Overall we had a great day/night so I would recommend it but there's plenty of room for improvement! Ross visited Neverland London on 03 Jun 2017
05 Jun 2017 by
3

I loved the layout and idea, It is a shame they don't sell any alcohol as would like to have stayed longer. The bouncers were incredibly rude for no reason when we both arrived and left, other staff were nice. visited Neverland London on 03 Jun 2017
05 Jun 2017 by
3

The venue was pretty cool and we had a fun time. However, I found the lack of alcohol a little restrictive. 1 bottle of wine per person is fine if the bar is taking orders, but it wasn't when we were there. We left basically stone cold sober which felt odd on a Friday night. visited Neverland London on 02 Jun 2017
05 Jun 2017 by
3

Great fun, good layout, not too crowded and good street food stalls. Only problem was that it was £20 for a jug of mixer - but expensive Rachel visited Neverland London on 02 Jun 2017
04 Jun 2017 by
4

Really great venue and atmosphere. Loved the BYOB, I drank prosseco but my friend bought gin with him so had to buy a mixer which was £20 a jug, quite expensive, so bear that in mind when choosing what to drink. I would also like to see more food stalls as there were only 3. Other than that I will definitely going back. Sarah visited Neverland London on 02 Jun 2017
04 Jun 2017 by
4

amazing place, nice to chill on the sand with good music :) visited Neverland London on 01 Jun 2017
03 Jun 2017 by
5

This place was great. Beautiful weather and great setting. Had a good time. Staff resoonded to emails sith any querues and all were helpful and friendly. The door people let us pop out to get more drinks from local supermarket. The portaloos however were a let down. They ran out of toilet roll and water and were smelly. visited Neverland London on 27 May 2017
02 Jun 2017 by
4

Amazing day,venue and staff especially Grace- she made my day and birthday! Only thing is not vegan food apart from chips- would be nice to have more variety, even just a salad would do! visited Neverland London on 31 May 2017
02 Jun 2017 by
5

I went for my birthday and had a fantastic night. The one criticism was the toilets there had no soap to wash your hands. Trisha visited Neverland London on 31 May 2017
02 Jun 2017 by
4

It was pouring with rain we got there - one of our friends ducked in to see if there was any cover. The benches under cover were full and she said the rest were sitting on the floor. Not something we fancied in summer clothes. We asked for a refund but were refused. visited Neverland London on 28 May 2017
31 May 2017 by
1

What a sensational venue. My best friend and I celebrated our 30th and 31st Birthdays and it was a HUGE success. Had a fabulous day/night. Huge thank you to all the staff. Highly recommend the venue to anyone looking for a fabulous evening. Tawnee visited Neverland London on 27 May 2017
30 May 2017 by
5

We paid for queue jump and there was no queue all day and my friends who paid on the door got in for cheaper than I paid. No breeze on a hot day. Music from a phone. Cocktails from a premixed bottle. Marbella on the Thames with no sole. Isabel visited Neverland London on 28 May 2017
30 May 2017 by
1

No breeze on a hot day. Music from a phone. Cocktails from a premixed bottle. Marbella on the Thames with no sole. Isabel visited Neverland London on 28 May 2017
30 May 2017 by
2

We were disappointed with this event/ venue. After paying £12.50 for a queue jump ticket, (7 of us) we arrived where there was no queue because the bouncers had stopped letting people in. The turned us down originally then we had to prove our tickets to be let in. The venue had plenty of space for more people - so the vibe suffered due to the lack of people. There was only 3 food options too - Pergola on the roof is much better. We were then told at 8:45 to drink up due to them closing - but our tickets stated until at least 9:30pm. Our evening was ruined due to this and we will be telling people to avoid the location due to our experience. hfw1989 visited Neverland London on 28 May 2017
30 May 2017 by
1

The beach was too small and didn't have enough deck chairs. We got there early but could only sit on the benches under shelter. Also thought there would be more food options visited Neverland London on 28 May 2017
30 May 2017 by
2

We had a really good time, however if i was to rate the venue it's a different story. There arent enough toilets, so count on queuing for a while. Also, no first aid kit onsite, so bring your own plasters :) Also, doesnt seem to be any staff around and if they are they dont know any answers whatever you ask them. Overall, nice place, you will have fun, however the organizers needs to step up their game! visited Neverland London on 27 May 2017
29 May 2017 by
4

Great for a sunny day in London! We booked a beach hut for three hours and thought it was great value -£80 for 8 people. The drinks, on the other hand weren't great value. I love the BYOB policy in theory, but it was very expensive to buy the mixers. They charge £3 for every glass of mixer if you bring a spirit, and a 'cocktail jug' cost £20, which is a lot considering you provide the alcohol. Sarah visited Neverland London on 27 May 2017
29 May 2017 by
5

Day Bed Loungers was definitely the way to go! Ends up the same price as general admission if you have 15 people. Day beds are meant to only fit 12 people but you can fit many more than that. Beach butler add-on was fun but expensive- make sure you read the website fully before buying tickets as there are rules and hidden costs with the BYOB. Get there early to enjoy the sun! Amelia visited Neverland London on 26 May 2017
29 May 2017 by
5

Good atmosphere and setting but they need more loos - the queues were ridiculous. The food stands also were a bit disappointing as there are only four and they'd run out of a lot of food by the evening. visited Neverland London on 27 May 2017
29 May 2017 by
3

The venue was great. Such a good atmosphere and it of course helped it was wall to wall sunshine on the day we went! We booked an area and a beach butler for the afternoon. The area was great, plenty of seats however the beach butler was a complete waste of money. Essentially all you get is supposedly your own barman so that you don't have to queue at the main bar when in fact as the barman is shared between a couple of seating areas you still have to queue anyway. Also very annoyingly they won't give you any ice to chill your drinks! Vanessa visited Neverland London on 27 May 2017
29 May 2017 by
4

Emailed on Saturday to cancel Monday booking. Emailed again today and no response. Really appalling customer service and no way to get in touch. Katie Neiman Katie visited Neverland London on 29 May 2017
28 May 2017 by
1

Great set up! Friendly staff. Not great food for vegans/ vegetarians, very limited. Could do with more chairs on the sand/ mats to sit on. visited Neverland London on 25 May 2017
28 May 2017 by
4

Good fun set up. Bat staff could speed up visited Neverland London on 26 May 2017
28 May 2017 by
4

Excellent place to go to enjoy the Summer Sun. I had some queries re my booking and Rachel was very very helpful. We had the "Beds" and they were definitely the best option in my opinion. Highly recommend this venue. Elaine visited Neverland London on 25 May 2017
27 May 2017 by
5

So perfect! Exactly what you expect and more visited Neverland London on 25 May 2017
27 May 2017 by
5

Very nice evening. Haven't been to other beaches in London so can't really compare. visited Neverland London on 24 May 2017
26 May 2017 by
4

Great staff, easy to get to and lovely atmosphere. Georgina visited Neverland London on 21 May 2017
23 May 2017 by
5

It's a great night. Went for a hen do and had a beach Hut which I'd recommend if there's enough of you as it does shelter a little from the wind and is semi private! You can also go out and come back in with another bottle of booze. Really helpful when you run out of your first one on a big night. Downside is early finish but I would expect nothing less with a pop up. Go see Taco Dave. He's full of stories and his mex burger is amazing. And have raclette on cheese. So good. Definitely worth visiting! Ness visited Neverland London on 19 May 2017
23 May 2017 by
5

I didn't go because I was ill and haven't been able to get a refund! Dan visited Neverland London on 20 May 2017
22 May 2017 by
1

The place itself is great, it looks good and in the sun a fantastic place to chill and have some drinks in the sun. On the downside I think it's expensive £5 for a drink that you have to add your own alchohol to plus your entry fee, on top of that the drinks themselves weren't great and when busy service is slow! visited Neverland London on 20 May 2017
22 May 2017 by
3

Nice idea however security staff were extremely rude, food was not as expected and the 'music' consisted of Ed Sheeran for 3 hours with the occasional break when the person's phone started ringing through the speakers... Very disappointed. visited Neverland London on 20 May 2017
22 May 2017 by
2

Well organised, really cute venue, food was great, staff very chilled and easy going, great value for money with BYOB. This is where I'll be spending the summer! x visited Neverland London on 20 May 2017
22 May 2017 by
5

Weather dependent but really good fun, something different in London visited Neverland London on 20 May 2017
22 May 2017 by
4

Entry a bit pricey and shame it shuts so early but great place right by the river! visited Neverland London on 19 May 2017
21 May 2017 by
5

Arrived and no one was there to greet us other than builders. Girl at the food stall was unhelpful and rude. The event was then cancelled, the staff left without telling us and we were locked inside by ourselves and we had to climb over the fence to get out. 9/10 would recommend to a friend x
19 May 2017 by
5

Great atmosphere, polite staff & fabulous cocktails! We had a great time & will definetly revisit again soon! Would recommend! Amy visited Neverland London on 14 May 2017
16 May 2017 by
5

Super cool venue, great atmosphere, good music, perfect place to spend a Friday night. Harriet visited Neverland London on 12 May 2017
16 May 2017 by
5

great for bdays - highly recommended especially as you can byob!! excellent idea! Lydia visited Neverland London on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

Went for the opening weekend. Perfect spot for some after work drinks, would probably recommend going as a bigger group to get the beds or beach huts though. Only as they are in the sunshine for much longer than the tables they have available for walk ins. Cocktails were really good, just quite slow service but was understandable that it was only the second night. Will definitely be going again in summer with a bigger group. Would be great if they had a dj as well. Anna visited Neverland London on 12 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

This is a curious model, and works much better at other "beach" locations across London (Camden Roundhouse, Brixton). Clearly there's been a workaround put in place to get around licensing laws. Although the BYO pitch seems like a good idea, they don't sell any alcohol, and charge you £4 for a mixer, and do bag checks at the door to make sure you don't bring your own mixers in. All a bit contradictory - as you can bring beer in cans, but not beer in glass bottles - yet you can bring wine and spirits in glass bottles. It was certainly a first, declaring my vodka but having to smuggle in a bottle of tonic. Despite there being a Peroni Bar advertised, it wasn't open on Saturday afternoon. Reservation system is also curious - you can spend £60 hiring an area, or just get there early and settle in for the day for free. Bar staff were a bit suspicious - at one point, bartender took my contactless card, took it away to swipe, and didn't show me how much he was charging. When I asked for a receipt, he picked a random one up from a pile of receipts and give it to me - it didn't show a price either. Food options are really tasty (we had both tacos and bao) but very slow. Overall, it's a nice day out, but you can do the same thing in lots of other places across London for much less hassle. sootysweepsoo visited Neverland London on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
3

Other then being kicked out rudely and earlier than our booking allocated, the concept is brilliant and venue is in a great location! Steffani visited Neverland London on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Had a great time especially in the sanded area at the back. Only downside is the toilets and lack of hand washing facilities. In the height of summer this will become a go to place especially due to them letting you bring in you own drink Jonn visited Neverland London on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

It's a great place location, nicely tucked away so not likely to get too overcrowded. The concept of BYO is a nice touch as well, means you're in control of your drink, get to decide strength and you don't end up spending a fortune if you don't want to. The beach area looks great as well although we stayed sheltered on the long benches. One point would be that the manager (I believe) served us the first time and essentially poured us non-alcoholic cocktails to which we were asked to add alcohol at our table. The second time, I was served by a lady who got the concept spot on. She made the drink, recommended when I should add the alcohol and how much to add (at the bar) and then tasted at the end to make sure I had got it right. Slight tweak to the latter style and I'll be back for sure. visited Neverland London on 12 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
4

Loads of fun, really well decorated, good music and good food. For info- hired butler isn't a private butler it is shared and only takes care payments. Get tickets in advance as they stopped letting people in early without tickets. visited Neverland London on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

Beach was great, fantastic concept visited Neverland London on 13 May 2017
15 May 2017 by
5

It isn't amazing but is nice place to kick back and relax. Food was great, toilet facilities not so great. Staff are pleasant nice atmosphere. Chantel visited Neverland London on 13 May 2017
13 May 2017 by
4

Not great. Opening night so prepared to give a little leeway... Soft drinks/mixers that you HAVE to buy were massively overpriced. It was £3 for a half glass of Tonic (poured from a litre bottle) and the Prosecco juices were basically £2 for a shot of peach puree. Their margins will be OK! Bar ran out of several key things on the night. Benches were broken, no heaters (and nowhere to rent a blanket), queuing system a bit of a joke - why provide a QR code if they don't have a reader for them. Only 3 food stalls which were great - Rac Shack was a winner. Overall, had potential but didn't feel worth the money. visited Neverland London on 10 May 2017
12 May 2017 by
2

Fantastic venue and amazing food, will be back enjoying the sun there again! James visited Neverland London on 10 May 2017
12 May 2017 by
5

This place looks absolutely amazing
10 May 2017 by
5

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