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.
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.
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.
Head to the Brixton Blues Kitchen where they'll be welcoming in the Easter with a full weekend of events, from a Bowie vs Prince-themed Thursday night bash to a celebration of all things Fleetwood Mac on Sunday night.
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.
By day, Paper Dress Vintage is a retro boutique, but by night they open up their doors to a roaster of London's top musicians. Join them this Easter and revel in the quirky shenanigans they have planned, from live performances to floor-filling DJ nights.
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.
Get ready to journey to another era this Easter weekend as the fully immersive Cocktail Time Machine welcomes you for a wild ride of time travel and exotic sips. Sample some of history's most popular tipples before returning to modern-day and feasting on some top-notch cuisine in the Timeless Bar and Kitchen.
Spend your bank holiday dancing to house tunes aboard The Dutchmaster Boat whilst taking in London's most iconic sites. Along with two indoor dance areas, the floating party spot's also got two outdoor decks and music provided from some of Ibiza's best.
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.
All aboard The Shoreditch Pub Crawl this Easter, where the epic party train is going to take you across some of the best bars, pubs and clubs in east London. Expect free entry, complimentary shots and discounted drinks at every venue.
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.
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.
Why wait for the Easter bunny to pay you a visit when you can go out and hunt for some sweet treats for yourself? The Chocolate Cocktail Club is back once again after selling out in 2019. Expect tonnes of sugary sips, flavoured with mint, salted caramel and gingerbread - there's even edible shot glasses.
Spend your Easter Saturday at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club celebrating the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13. Expect live music and DJ sets playing non-stop funk, house and reggae tunes, as well as some brilliantly bizarre outfits at the quirky club.
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.
Get a taste of martian invasion with this unique immersive experience in London's Leadenhall. Using cutting edge technology and audience interaction, the event takes you through the story of Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds musical moment by moment to stunning effect.
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.
In the mood for a little Easter fusion feasting? Join Mezemiso for a mouthwatering spread of Japanese and Lebanese fare from the 15th floor of the Crowne Plaza London. Think seafood gyoza, braised lamb shank and chocolate cake with views over the Thames.
Easter weekend is set to feature some of the city's biggest parties, with the Skylines Boat Parties offering an unmissable experience on the Thames. The sunset cruise will have with two decks of London's best DJ's, with drinks at pub prices and a fun-loving party crowd.
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.