Starting your Easter weekend with comedy and scintillating burlesque and finishing it with a soul session and a Game of Thrones screening, Fest in Camden have got all bases covered.
Easter Events In London 2020
Whether you're in it for the lie-ins, the chocolate or the parties, Easter is a favourite amongst all. Four days of fun descend on London, but where do you start? From club nights until the early hours of the morning to unusual supper clubs, we've put together a guide to all of the best events this Easter in London.
In it for the Sunday shenanigans? Check out our list of Easter Sunday events in London.
Swap Easter eggs for a million glowing balls and jump head-first into Ballie Ballerson's Easter extravaganza. With a playlist of banging hits, kooky cocktails at the bar and plenty of fun to be had, it's sure to make the holiday egg-stra incredible.
Get into the groove as the iconic Blues Kitchen invites you to party in style. From an Easter special to a night dedicated to the women of soul and even a Beatles-themed night, it's all about the music at this south London hotspot.
Throwing it back to the heyday of club and commercial tunes, Cargo is bringing you the ultimate way to kickstart the Easter weekend with an all-night party of massive tracks, confetti canons and an unforgettable energy.
Add some fun and games to your plans this Easter as London Shuffle Club open for the bank holiday. Grab your mates and head over to Shoreditch for games on the Miami-themed shuffle board, alongside a bottomless brunch, with pizza to soak it all up.
Head for the rooftops this Easter weekend as Brixton's beloved POW brings you a line up of big parties, from Good Friday with Horse Meat Disco, to a Sunday evening blow out with Jazzie B and the one and only Norman Jay.
For a criminally fun Easter Sunday in London, head to prison-themed cocktail experience, Alcotraz. Shaking up bespoke drinks and encouraging contraband smuggling from Covent Garden to Shoreditch, this isn't one to miss.
Think you could beat Prue with your eyes closed? Whether you're a wizard with a whisk or just after a bit of fun, this is for you. Head to Tooting where London's first ever pop-up bake-off tent is back and better than ever.
While some may see Easter weekend to get down and dirty, what if something more refined is your thing? Join Map Maison for just that as they put your senses through their paces with a Japanese whisky masterclass.
Make your way to Rivington Street as this Shoreditch spot hosts the ultimate Easter weekender complete with hip-hop tunes, great drinks and a lively atmosphere. With late night parties taking you from Good Friday to the bank holiday, you can get your hands on free tickets here.
From the Insta-baiting private dining rocket to a mouthwatering menu of Bread Street Kitchen's most popular dishes (think snow crab California rolls and lollipop tamarind chicken wings), this Mayfair spot is the perfect destination to unwind over Easter.
This Easter, get a taste of the tropical high life at Floripa. Promising to be the party to end all parties, their Easter special will bring the finest in hip-hop, R&B and Latin beats to create one epic fiesta, with flowing drinks and a finish time of 5am.
Get your fill of dairy goodness this Easter as The Cheese Crawl is taking you out on the town for a unique tour of London that hits all the finest cheese providers in the city, and even features a very special quiz for all the curd nerds.
This Easter, tuck into a traditional Sunday roast at one of London's most welcoming pubs. Thew Dartmouth Arms is a fantastic spot to chill with a delicious meal, great drinks and a soundtrack of classic vinyl from the DJ.
Looking for fun events this Easter? Hit up Little Nan's where you'll find something other than chocolate eggs and bunnies. With locations in Deptford and Stockwell bringing you booze-fuelled brunching, you can expect food platters, bottomless teapot cocktails and a 90s soundtrack.
Found yourself in Fulham this Easter weekend and looking for something suitably boozy to do? You'll want to give this bottomless prosecco brunch a try. Found at King's Head & Courtyard, enjoy delicious dishes and bubbles in a party atmosphere.
Head to the Brixton Blues Kitchen where they'll be welcoming in the Easter weekend with an entire Saturday night dedicated to soul music's most iconic women, alongside tasty eats and excellent cocktails.
From 90s pop sensation The Grand taking to the stage through to a night of burlesque and huge club nights, The Grand in Clapham has got whatever you want this Easter weekend.
One of London's most outrageous club nights returns with its Easter special that is taking you from Thirsty Thursday at Trapeze to a bottomless Saturday brunch at Red Rooster.
Giddy up on over to this immersive cocktail bar that's bringing the Wild West to life. From cowboys and shoot outs to sheriffs with an agenda, Moonshine Saloon has got it all, along with some delicious libations to keep you hydrated.