Friday Nights London
Recommended Friday nights in London. Work is over for another week so it's time to paint the town red! Whether you want a big night out in London and fancy trying a super club or something a bit smaller, our list below gives you some tips on the best places to go and make your night rattle and shake! Discover the best bars and clubs in London for a Friday night.
Last updated on 21st March 2017
Get your giggle on with the Top Secret Comedy Club and their exciting Friday nights bursting with the best of stand-up talent. See the latest and greatest rising stars from the industry, whether they be fresh from their TV début or hot off some festival coat tails, you'll get the inside track on big comedians to come.
Make some new friends, discover new places all in the trendy and exciting Shoreditch area. Taking you to 5 bars and a club, the Shoreditch Pub Crawl is unlike the bland West End pub crawls. With fun time party bars, such as; Drunken Monkey, Bedroom, Cargo, Trafik and The Macbeth, you will be spoilt for choice and are guaranteed to find a new weekend haunt. Including entry to 5 bars and a club, an awesome guide and some free shots!
Friday night is hands down the best time of the week to visit the Top Secret Comedy Club. Renowned throughout the circuit for attracting a mix of emerging talent and Fringe regulars, ease towards the weekend by laughing yourself silly at this hugely popular Covent Garden spot.
Friday nights in Shoreditch just got better as Cargo bring Circus 83 to their weekly lien up. The best resident Djs Daniel Pozzebon and Wade & Miguel Cruz will be lining up the tunes to keep you partying into the early hours of the morning, all while in one of the coolest clubs in East London.
Cheap drinks and amazing music, the team at Underworld have cracked this recipe and, it's fair to say, have stuck to it. The Blackout Club takes over the club every Friday night and offers London's Rock 'N' Roll crazed audience a night of huge Rock and Indie tracks, drinks for £3 and entry only costing £5. Sitting comfortably in the middle of Camden, this Friday night spot draws crowds from all over North London.
Start your weekend as you mean to go on at this wild bar crawl, promising a whirlwind tour of the best bars, clubs and party places Friday night in London has to offer. Strap in for drink discounts, glow sticks and free entry into London's best hangouts.
Spend your Friday night crying with laughter by heading down to Soho's Bar Rumba; here, they'll be throwing their 'Comedy Carnival' nights. With the likes of Russell Brand, Michael McIntyre and Micky Flanagan having recently graced the stage here, you should expect to see some of the very best comedians on the circuit here that are sure to have you in stitches.
Back with his hilarious literature advice, Christopher Bliss is taking on another series of books at Camden Comedy Club. The character will be joined by esteemed journalist Paul Burston, who has written for Attitude, The Guardian, The Independent and many more.
We know you all love a Friday party in London and with Shoreditch Gone Wild you can party hard on the coolest night of the week. For only £10 get free entry to 4 of Shoreditch's best bars and clubs, 4 free shots each, plus a host of drinks deals. So don't mess around and head down for a massive party this Friday with Shoreditch Gone Wild.
This Friday night Supa Dupa Fly are celebrating their 6th birthday party by bringing the biggest tunes from 90 and noughties in RnB, hiphop and garage. The best DJs will be descending on East London hot spot The Mangle, so get yourself down there if you love big nights and bigger tunes.
This is cabaret like you’ve never experienced it before as The London Cabaret Club delivers original choreography, premium production values and spectacular stars from the West End to create an unforgettable show. The performances dive into the rich heritage of British culture while you feast on a truly exquisite dinner.
Little Nan is unashamedly retro, from Pat Butcher memorabilia through to wacky wall signs, this pop-up bar is the perfect place to get your Friday nights started. Grab a group of mates, take a date or even drag your mum along, this tropical den will tickle all your fancies.
For fun time partying on a Friday night, look no further than the Camden pub crawl to take you on an especially boozy journey through the bars of Camden. With shots, entry and queue jump included in the ticket price, as well as stop offs at popular live music venues including the Camden Barfly and the Blues Kitchen, this will be a Friday night in London that you won't forget.
Experience a gastronomic pop up like no other by sensational chef, Pedro Passinhas. Set in a handmade denim atelier in Blackhorse Lane, a space shared with artists, including leather workers, weavers and indigo dye makers, Pedro’s pop up is a culinary delight.
A fun and vibrant Brazilian beach bar, Floripa is one of London's most prolific party Friday nights. Attracting revellers from all over London, Floripa is in Shoreditch and as such offers an eclectic and international vibe that is welcoming and feel-good. DJs play the best in many genres, going from Funk, to Jazz, to Drum & Bass, to Rock N' Roll. They also serve a great selection of Brazilian street food which keeps partygoers content until the early hours.
The Magic Hour has stunned audiences all over the world, and now turns its attention to London's Grand Royale in Hyde Park. With plenty of mind-reading, sleight of hand, unbelievable illusions and hilarious card tricks, master magician 'Sonic' has carefully curated a show that's certain to leave you stunned and scratching your head. To help the evening progress, each guest will be offered a carefully crafted cocktail on arrival.
As summer rolls around it’s time to get into the mood with Campfire Club, who are bringing the best musical talent in London every Friday. Nestled away in a secret, natural location, some amazing musicians will play completely unplugged for you around an actual campfire.
Absurd Bird in Spitalfields is adding to its Deep South fun-time vibe with Moonshine Fridays. The secret basement bar in Spitalfields is inviting in top DJ Marky B to spin some of the best tunes and cocktails will be whipped up by the expert mixologist from 8pm.
Drop that paperwork and ignore those emails; work is over for the week and it’s time to laugh yourself silly. The multiple award-winning 99 Club have secured the services of Nathan Caton, Rhys James and Spencer Brown this Friday, and your ticket includes entry to the Storm nightclub afterwards too.
Part ways with a tenner and you'll find yourself at one of the biggest parties in London this Friday night. Raw London Bar Crawl invites you to join them on one of the most raucous London bar crawls, with stop-offs at The Light Bar, Blueberry Bar and Bar Music Hall, before finishing off at Club Aquarium. For £10, you get free entry into all venues, four free shots, discounted drinks deals as well as all sorts of other Raw London goodies.
DJ Yoda is coming to Shoreditch for a huge night. Don't miss the legendary turntablist, who has worked with the likes of Dr Dre and Banksy, as he takes over McQueen for one night of fun.
The Gigalum is a lively little Clapham spot that dishes out extra fun come Friday nights. Head to South London for hearty British plates, live music and enough craft beer to see you well into Saturday.
The Pod has been rocking your Friday nights in Wimbledon for five years now and to celebrate they are throwing a massive night. There will be seven DJs, shots, cocktails and drink deals.
Shaka Zulu is absolutely stunning and hosts a glamorous Friday night party where a young crowd dressed to impressed comes looking for a big night out in London. Prepare to be amazed as you move through the venue and marvel at the intricate detail captured on each carved wall and ceiling pane and party the night away to the latest party anthems and commercial tunes.
Cabaret Des Distractions is a spectacular production inspired by the Féeries of 19th century Paris. Taking place in Café De Paris’ stunning 1920s ballroom, come expecting a breathtaking show of cabaret, musical theatre and circus acts; with plenty of plot twists along the way.