Fun Events in London
Here's the great thing about London: there are new, exciting events popping up all over the city every week, and we've got them all here for you. When you're bored of your standard routine and are looking to freshen things up, just check in with this shortlist of the most fun events in London for some inspiration. From secret parties to quirky pop-ups, comedy nights to supper clubs, we're always updating this guide to fun things to do in London.
Last updated on 27th April 2017
There's nothing quite like a good party but The Golden Flame are dialling things up a notch as they take you on a tour of London's most beautiful sights. Put on your headphones and choose the soundtrack to your night as you throw some serious shapes on the dancefloor, drink rum from the bar and see the likes of Tower Bridge and Big Ben float by. Tickets are sold out for January but be the first to find out about new releases by signing up here.
Laser Lates brings twenty minutes of high intensity fun into the mix as they have you running, dashing and rolling for your life(ish) in this brilliant activity. Laser tag is back and it's taking over Whitechapel with an incredible abandoned village setting complete with spooky church, old buildings and plenty of hiding places.
As one of the few remaining ballrooms with its original decor still intact, it's only fitting that London's biggest Jive party takes place at the Rivoli Ballroom. The team behind this iconic London spot are transporting their guests back to the 1920s, hosting a night revolving around jive music. This monthly event will be signposted by the great swing bands on display - such as Juke Joint Jump, The Cadillac Kings and Miss Annie & The Midnight Shift.
Get dressed up and prepare to solve a murder as Paradise By Way of Kensal Rise play host to UnCorked Theatre. 16 months ago a woman went missing, ripping apart the lives of those around her; hear from her seven closest friends, but it seems they all have their own terrible secrets.
The masterminds behind London's Hanger SW6 aren't just satisfied with serving fresh stunning cuts of steak and crispy fries. They've branched out and instead invite London's revellers in for a variety of different events. Foodies can enjoy a fun brunch session in their basement area and music fans can soak up all the melodic vibes of one of their live musical performances. Trust us, Hanger SW6 deal only in fun nights out.
Can poetry ever be funny? Can Stand-up ever be profound? It’s time to challenge your preconceptions and have a right old laugh at Stand-Up and Slam, where six different acts will compete to see if poetry or stand-up is the funniest art form. And the winner is decided by you!
Last Man Standing is a pub quiz with a difference. Sure, you have your standard rounds like true or false, but at the end of each round a member of your team has to compete in a series of Stage Challenges! All based on classic game shows, this is where it goes down. At the end you’ll compete in the ultimate challenge show down: Last Man Standing! This is an interactive quiz you don’t want to miss.
Bringing some light hearted laughs to your evening, the Instant Laughs Comedy Club showcase a spread of the newest and most alternative talent on the circuit. Taking to the award-winning Hammersmith Grove Bar and restaurant, you can catch a new roster of alternative improv and stand-up acts whilst enjoying some delicious Mediterranean foods.
Studio Masterpiece is putting the fun back into your evenings with a series of sociable events. The art experience will focus on various artists, from sculptures through to Picasso, all with a step-by-step process and drink in hand.
We’re about to lift the lid on one of London’s most glamorous speakeasy secrets. The UK’s top burlesque production stages a spectacular show of dancing divas, tantalising tassel-twirlers, cabaret and circus glitterati each and every Saturday. There’s special drink deals, a variety of party packages and the chance to dance the night away after the show.
Need a fun event for a group of 8 to 15 people? Try out a Private Cocktail Masterclass at Bird of Smithfield for a fun, relaxed chance to learn how to make some impressive drinks. Expert mixologists will guide you through how to make them and, after sampling the various drinks, you’ll battle your skills in a shake off against each other.
The question that is one everyone's lips... 'Are you ready to rummmmbllllllle?' The Star of Kings returns with its monthly rendition of complete and utter chaos with one of London's most 'raucously entertaining' shows to date, or so say The Guardian. Think music, think silliness, think karaoke disco and much much more.
One South London pub that knows a thing or two about having fun is The Four Thieves and they are cranking the fun factor up another notch with their VR concept room. Book out a room for you and your friends to be transported to an alternate world all through their virtual reality head gear.
You thought karaoke was fun, but that’s because you haven’t been to Gospeloke. You’ll be able to sing with the backing of a whole gospel choir – and that’s not all, it features team sing-a-longs, euphoric harmonies, confessionals and awards for the best performances.
Found at the Savoy Theatre just so happens to be one of the best musicals of our time, and now's your chance to catch it. Head on down to this heralded location for one of the finest shows in the business with more hits, drama and singing than ever.
Bar Rumba returns with their Comedy Carnival weekends where you can count on seeing a huge spread of stand-up from both the international circuit and the UK circuit. Rising talent and household comedians take to this stage making it the perfect night out in London for a good time and a laugh. Choose from their party packages and find which one suits you.
No singer quite encapsulated fun as much as George Michael, so celebrate the legend’s birthday with Tropicana Beach Club’s tribute night. There will be dressing up, food and drink, as well as several amazing performances by George Michael and WHAM tribute acts.
Join Fiddle Paradiddle - London's quirkiest ceilidh band - this summer for an enchanting night of traditional music and dances. The quirky band will be showing off their many musical talents, playing all their favourite songs and teaching guests the steps to some of their favourite dances. Ideal for both seasoned ceilidh dancers and those looking to trying something new, this fun event won't disappoint.
Warm up those vocal chords and get ready for another huge night at Afrobeat Karaoke at Nomad in Shoreditch. The East London will have you singing all your favourite songs at the top of your lungs at this fun party palace; have a warble on the microphone or simply get down and dance at this fun spot.
Drink prosecco while traversing the Shark Walk, gaze at the wonders of sea turtles, Cuban crocodiles and clown fishes as you sip on delicious drinks at the pop-up bars, only at SEA LIFE London Aquarium. This is a unique opportunity to see the aquarium after-hours, at your own pace and with the luxury of great drinks.
Chortle yourself silly as Monkey Business Comedy Club put on some of their hilarious shows over the festive period. Russel Hicks and Luke Benson are just two of the comedians doing their thing as the night takes place in intimate venues in Camden and Hampstead.
You never thought you’d have this fun playing bingo, but you’ve never done it Blingo style. Bringing together the worlds of hip-hop and bingo halls, Proud Camden are creating a night of big beats, big prizes, lip sync battles, dance offs and the sickest house party afterwards.
For the fourth year in a row, the Tequila and Mezcal Festival will be bringing all the fun energy of Mexico to London. Uniting the best Mexican bars in the city to deliver South America’s favourite drink, alongside delicious street food vendors, mariachi bands, folklore dancers, an art exhibition and more.
The Little Nan's Cocktail Bar team have joined forces with Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet to create a disco night out in London this May. With the bar serving all your favourite drinks, plus a handful of Little Nan's signature teapot cocktails, the DJs will be spinning playing all the best vinyl disco tracks long into the early hours.
Explore Madame Tussauds with no kids, no queues and added prosecco at this after-dark event. The legendary museum will be staying open late to let you wander round snapping selfies with iconic celebrities, ride their Spirit of London and sneak peek at the Star Wars exhibition.
You're trapped in a room with a zombie; fortunately, it's changed to the wall, unfortunately, that chain is getting longer and longer. Work as a team to solve this brilliant escape room that gives you one hour and a whole set of challenges and puzzles.
This isn’t a club night like you’ve experienced before. Having hosted nights in London Design Festival and World War II air-raid shelters, Vitamins is now taking over Omeara to bring music from the best House and Techno Djs around. Expect big music, live art installations and medicinal cocktails.
Watch a movie at The Grand and there’s no turning back to dodgy streaming on your laptop. At 24ft wide it’s the largest in London, and it provides an awesome cinematic experience where there quite literally isn’t a bad seat in the house. Expect free popcorn, prizes for fancy dress and plenty of other themed quirks, before an after-party that plays the best dance tracks until 3am gets into full swing.
Take your North London nights out to the next level as Guilty Pleasures in KOKO bring all the biggest, maddest tunes to your dancing days. Join in the fun with dancing troupes, award-winning DJs, flamboyant entertainers and Father Oates to whom you can confess all those guilty secrets.
Raucous fun from the first minute, Sounds Familiar is more of a rowdy disco than a pub quiz. There’s no need for sneaky Wikipedia checks on your smartphone here, your task is to identify the name and artist of famous songs instead. You’ll be up on the tables, dancing and belting out the tunes in no time at all.
Renowned as one of the biggest and most successful comedy clubs in central London, these guys continue to book only the best comedians from the international circuit for their live shows. Head along on any given night and find 3 comedians and a compere on show, with a friendly and easy-going atmosphere to the crowd and free entry to the Opal Nightclub for afterwards included in the ticket price.
One of the most unique events in London, join the Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden for a night of delicious cocktails surrounded by a campfire. All the mixes are supplied by local distillers, and the ingredients sourced from the garden itself. This is the perfect place to snuggle up, toast some marshmallows, and enjoy the sunset.
As if Fridays weren't great enough, the team at the Arcola Theatre offer Londoners a chance to relive the vibrant 1930s with a night dedicated to soulful jazz and fun-loving swing dancing. Perfect for those looking for something a little different, guests can first dance the charleston or do the lindy hop, before watching a live band of jazz musicians fill the shimmering air with electric energy.
Head to the Queen of Hoxton in East London and revel in all the glory of a Afrobeat Karaoke session. With a talented live band in the background providing the soulful music and helping to iron out any dodgy notes, guests will be at the front of the stage, channelling their inner Wizkid and performing all their favourite Afrobeat songs.
Internationally-acclaimed, and also stated as one of the 'best magicians I've ever seen' from Bond legend, Roger Moore, this opulent magic show is hosted from the Grand Royale and promises a capitivating performance of impressive tricks and old school charm. Head along for laughs, 'aahs' and a 'magic cocktail' on arrival.
Spend the day moseying around the gorgeous Somerset House and taking in some of the world's best photographers, including the renowned Martin Parr at the Sony World Photographer Awards.
Dance and dazzle at London's most elusive party collective as The Candlelight Club take you back to the bygone days of the 1920s. Golden Age glamour comes as standard here where flapper dresses come out, live jazz plays through the night and bootleg cocktails are in excess; a fun night out in London DONE.
Magic Roundabout is bringing you the sounds of summer as it puts on a rooftop party, complete with giant games, hot East London DJs and street food. Playing the best hip hop beats, the event will take place throughout the entire day, making sure you are well and truly ready for summer.
Ever wanted to have a three course meal in Faulty Towers? Well now you can with the Faulty Towers Dining Experience. Sybil, Basil and Manuel will attempt to get through your night without a hitch – and, of course, will spectacularly fail. The immersive dining experience is complete with genius comedy, theatrics and improvisation, as well as enough heart to make it so critically acclaimed.
Consistently bagging 5* reviews from contented crawlers, The Shoreditch Pub Crawl is among the biggest in the area. They go all in on Thursdays, when tickets are 2-4-1 and you can go for the equivalent of just £6. There’s free entry to four top bars, free shots at each stop and all sorts of fun-loving characters to meet.
What’s the point of the Thames if you’re not going to use it to party? Hop aboard an Amor Boat party and not only can you dance all night to your favourite songs, played by top DJs, but you can do all that while sailing past iconic landmarks like St Paul’s and Tower Bridge.
One tried and tested recipe for a fun thing to do in London is definitely a boozy brunch. But we've kind of been there and done that, so how does a bottomless brunch with some outrageous bingo sound? Good. Thought so. The team at the Candlemaker in Clapham are all geared up to how you all the drinks, food and even the host Tina Turner Tea Lady.
Keeping an eye on those pursestrings but still keen to get out and about? Allow us to introduce The Exhibit. A hub for eating, drinking and socialising in Balham, take advantage of dinner and a movie tickets for just £19.95. Your ticket offers one plate from their large menu before you head to their boutique cinema, where you’ll relax into leather sofas and enjoy a film in a unique setting.
With the Shaka Zulu party policy notorious in North London, the Twisted Circus posse have come to hot things up even more come Saturday nights. Expect a trail-blazing array of awe inspiring acts including fire breathers, stilt walkers and acrobatics above the crowd as you get into the swing of your weekend revelry.
Up the ante for your next night out with a ride on M.V Jewel of London. The double decker boat is cruising the Thames for four hours, showing you some of the most incredible sights of the city, as well as having a DJ, buffet and free access to Opal to carry on the fun.
The Pop-Up Opera is an experimental show that looks at flipping conventional opera on its head. Hosting shows across the UK, the team behind this quirky event will be setting up their stages in unusual surroundings, hoping to give each performance that little bit extra edge. Theatre fans can choose between two plays, Il Matrimonio Segreto from the 18th Century, and the classic story of Hansel and Gretel.
Perfect for anyone looking for a comedy show with a twist, the Boat Show Comedy Club climb abroad two of London's most prestigious vessels every weekend for a night of laughter and amazing one-liners. Held on either the Tattershall Castle or the Hispaniola boats, this fun event in London will shed light on some of Britain's brightest comedy stars and is certain to leave a lasting impression on you.
Mayfair's Playboy Club is turning all green and red this May, hosting a frivolous Cinco De Mayo party that's certain to leave you beaming from ear to ear. Based in Mayfair, the celebration will features all of our favourite aspects of Mexican culture - expect to find a live mariachi band, pinatas spread everywhere and a number of tequila based cocktails served by the bartenders here.
Head back to the heady days of 1920s Paris with Benoit Viellefon as the swinging band put on a night of hot jazz at rocking club Ronnie Scott's. The quirky club will be play host to a huge night of gypsy swing and American blues and jazz from the talented band.
Thom Foole is having a house party and he's inviting you along for a massive night of absolute madness. Celebrating a year of ridiculousness, the night is returning to Old Queen's Head in Angel along with a few of their favourite acts; expect cabaret, burlesque, comedy and a whole lot of laughter.
Saturday afternoons have never been so fun! If you're looking for somewhere to enjoy all the best that Hip Hop has to offer, be sure to check out the Hip Hop Brunch. Delivering great Southern-inspired dishes and celebrating the work of Hip Hop's many legendary artists, this isn't your typical afternoon brunch experience. If you think you've got what it takes to rock the mic, why not try your hand at Hip Hop Karaoke? It's a great way to show off your lyric-spitting skills.
Celebrate the career of one of Britain's most successful bands, Blues Kitchen Brixton are hosting a Fleetwood Mac themed night this May Bank Holiday Weekend. The resident band will be playing all of Fleetwood Mac's biggest songs, while the team behind the venue serve all the American comfort food and hand-crafted cocktails that's made their name so prestigious.
Karaoke events don’t get more fun than Reggaeoke! Get on stage and sing your favourite reggae songs with the backing of a live band or stay in the crowd and sing your heart out with your friends – this laid back event is all about fun.
Social darts... and drinking? Have you been living under a rock dear one? The Flight Club are doing brunch, and they're doing it big. This promises to be like no other brunch party because even eating breakfast at your standard local and winging a few darts at a board doesn't come close to this weekend of prosecco fuelled pizza partying in Shoreditch and Bloomsbury.
Champions of a fun night out in London, the Shoreditch Pub Crawl have quite rightly built a rep as being East London's most notorious bar crawl collective. They'll take you on a tour of the best clubs and bars making sure you get the most of cheap drinks deals and cheap entry.
With a musical line-up that includes the likes of The Beatles, Oasis and Blur, it's fair to say that Britain's musical history and culture is one of the most diverse in the London. Celebrating that history, the team at the London Cabaret Club invite their guests to a frivolous, fun night of amazing music and dazzling performances. After first being greeted by the event's elegantly dressed hostess, guests will be stunned by an impressive array of dance numbers, before being taken on a journey through time thanks to the venue's talented DJs.
London is full of fun facts and interesting tales, so how to make the very best of that? Join Meet The Streets as you enjoy a roster of some of the best walking tours in the city, getting to know everything from ghosts gone by to the city's most historic pubs.
With three nights of themed events, Natural Born Storytellers is taking over North London with their quirky and unusual happenings. Head to Camden for a night of stories, from heart-warming and inspirational through to hysterical and silly, there's plenty of tall tales to hear.
Putting your arts and crafts skills to the test, the West Elm are hosting a series of knitting based classes for Londoners to take part in. Whether you're looking to learn how to knit for the first time, or simply trying to learn a few new techniques, these laid-back classes are a perfect way to let your creativity shine.
If you're looking for an extravaganza of excitement on your Saturday night, then this is the place for you. Experience the stunning glamour of the Titanic Ballroom in Cafe de Paris, in the buzzing centre of Leicester Square, as burlesque, comedy and acrobatics take your breath away all through the evening.
Experience the depth of West African culture at Faaji Sundays! This inclusive supper club is perfect for those who want to learn more about fashion, music, culture and, of course, food. Guests will be treated to a four-course meal while a live band plays old and new African music.
After a triumphant UK tour, the sensational Miss Nightingale comes to London to tell the story of hope and love in World War II. Taking place in a smoky underground cabaret club where a new saucy singer has been thrust into the spotlight, it tells the funny and touching tale of prejudice, passion and debauchery in the 1940s.
What could be better than a night of hilarious comedy? A night of hilarious comedy in a pub, of course. Taking place in Brixton's Dogstar pub, Sleeping Trees Comedy Banquet is a huge night of comedians featuring a hot mix of the circuit's best performers.
Blooming heck, our childhoods were fun weren't they?! Well Dalston bar BallieBallerson are bringing some of that carefree fun back with their giant ball pool party. Frolic in the pit as DJs play the best tunes and bartenders whip up cocktails inspired by sweeties - Wham bars and vodka, anyone?
Andaz London is home to one of London's most unique venues, a secret Masonic chamber in which they will be screening iconic horror films this spring. Screenings include Psycho, The Babadook and Poltergeist and there's the option of enjoying a two-course meal.
Disco Freaks are coming back to the Old Queen’s Head for another night of funk, soul and disco mayhem. Bringing the spirit of Studio 54, expect a night of big vinyl tunes, cheap drinks and tonnes of dancing fun.
Prepare for a night of cutting edge comedy as Dapper Laughs takes over Fu Manchu! This performance will be streamed live onto Facebook and will include comedy, challenges, and full audience interaction. Afterwards, MC Vapour invites you to the after-party where you can dance into the early hours.
Nightspot cinema makes watching films an experience like no other as they screen classics such as Tarantino's Jackie Brown, invite you to dress up and then throw a massive party with some of London's best DJs.
Get familiar with the 90s at one of the coolest themed nights out in London. Hosted by Impossible Things Entertainment, head on down to Drink, Shop & Do as they promise a rollicking night of retro hits, throwback quizzing, dancing, sing-a-longs and more.
Your lost down the rabbit hole, but this is not Alice's adventure, it's yours. Les Enfants Terribles are back with their incredible take on Alice in Wonderland in a show that will immerse you completely and utterly. Head to The Vaults in Waterloo to hang out with Tweedledee and Tweedledum, drink with the Mad Hatter and follow the Cheshire Cat.
Yoga may not be the first thing that springs to mind when it comes to fun, but health expert Sarah Hunt and DJ Darlo have joined forces to create disco yoga. The toning, uplifting workout is done to a soundtrack of disco greats, the perfect workout to get you ready for the weekend.
Bernandi’s are inviting you to their premier lock-in! Alongside happy hour cocktails, discounted prosecco and loads of delicious Italian food – from pasta to risotto to more – the music will be playing your favourite in throwback hits, ranging from Motown and soul to indie and house. Then, once the sun sets, you’ll be invited onto the dance floor as the DJs spin the big hits until late into the night.
Forget everything you know about clubbing in London, this evening is a huge night of circus-themed shenanigans. Taking over the iconic Cafe de Paris, Twisted Circus are blowing your socks off with aerial performers, stilt walkers and fire breathers, along with a DJ soundtracking it all with a huge selection of hits.
It's time to get competitive as James Hancox hosts a night of mad quiz games, silly competitions and wacky sing-alongs at this quiz night. Taking place at The Rosemary Branch Theatre in Shoreditch, expect a whole lot of hilarity.
With the beautiful sights of the River Lea, delicious brunch options and cocktails, beers, wines and cider served on the on-board bar, is there any reason not to go on the Sunday Drunch Cruise? The music will be an eclectic mix of cool background tracks while you ride the river and enjoy the sights.
A night in North London perfect for any Rock and Indie fan, the Camden Rocks Club takes over the Underworld every Saturday and frames the entire night with great music and cheap drinks deals. Vibrant as always and with a commitment to etching a huge smile on the face of all its visitors, guests to this London night out can enjoy drinks for only £3 and special performances from the likes of Gallows and FVK.
The Flight Club’s innovative Social Darts is one of the most fun things a group of friends in London could do. With real-time scoring, brand new gameplay and state-of-the-art technology, even the most inexperienced player has a chance of winning in this hilarious game. Meanwhile, the bar serves wonderful cocktails and delicious sharing platters; they also have a location in Bloomsbury.
The walk of Shame tells the hilarious story of Eleanor Conway: after partying across the world, working for the triads in Asia, having a stint in hardcore porn and becoming more than familiar with Tinder, she’s pretty much seen it all. Now laugh with her as she tries to live her life now in this sell-out show about sex, sobriety and Sambuca.
Full of glamour, mystery and intrigue, The Venetian Masquerade Ball at The Kensington Roof Gardens is a hot event for May. Hide behind a mask and enjoy an evening of sumptuous entertainment, from stilt walkers through to saxophonist and acrobats.
What could be more fun than an edible playground, a botanical bar or a Mad Hatter brunch? Hidden in a secret location, this bar really knows how to keep you entertained with regular pop up events with cool and quirky twists. If you're looking for unique entertainment and great cocktails, Christabel's hits the spot every time.
We’re probably ruining everything for The Top Secret Comedy Club by shouting about it from the rooftops, but when an event is this funny we don’t really have a choice. Taking place on Drury Lane every weekend, head right this way for laughs on tap, a fully stocked bar with cheap drinks and an amazing atmosphere.
Sometimes the point of music festivals – to listen to music – is lost in all the technology and fuss. At Unamplifire, this is all taken away. The bands play without speakers and microphones, the stages are the halls of a literal palace (and a campfire), and the artists are the finest in folk, roots and acoustic tunes.
Head to Victoria Park this June and bask in the glorious sunshine at Mighty Hoopla, an one-day summer festival that embraces all the best things about a strange 90s. The famous Allsaints will be headlining the spectacular event, while the performances by Sophie Ellis Bextor, Snap and Technotronic are certain to remind you of those carefree days of your youth.
Making brunch a whole lot more fun is the secret basement bar Dr Kluger's Olde Town Tavern as they host an afternoon of drag acts and bottomless booze. Taking place in January, Strictly Come Drag will see the finest drag acts dance and lip sync to be crowned the winner, all while you feast on delicious brunch food from The Breakfast Club and work your way through the bottomless booze.
Little Nan has extended her stay in Peckham due to incredible demand! You can now catch her bringing vintage kitsch Caribbean vibes to this little corner of south London until February. Afternoon tea is served every Friday and Saturday, with £25 tickets landing you plenty of sweet and savoury treats and half a teapot of cocktail.
Having already mastered whisky-based cocktails and stunning American comfort food dishes, the mastermind behind The Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch are now shifting their attention to their music game. Across April and May, the venue will be showcasing live music performances from the likes of Ephemerals, The Blues Brothers and Soul Exchange. Carefree and relaxed, you definitely won't regret a fun night out at this East London hotspot.
Get immersed into the spooky world of Victorian London during the time of Jack the Ripper. As one of three characters, it is up to you to interact with the key players in Whitechapel at the time and visit landmarks from the Ten bells to St Botolph’s Aldgate church. Can you survive the experience?
It's time to head down to Kanaloa for a night of huge gaming, and tropical cocktails as SEGA-loha returns. Spend the evening playing classic games such as Sonic and Golden Axe, and then stay for a huge night of drinking and dancing as they put on a massive club night.
Gin House Burlesque is returning to London after touring the country with their sexy and seductive burlesque shows. Prepare to be dazzled and seduced by the showgirls as they scintillate and tease with performances inspired by greats such as Josephine Baker.
Award-winning and critically praised, BattleActs might just be one of the most fun things to do in London. Two teams go-to-head for fame and adoration as they attempt to out-improvise each other. With a ball-breaking compere and the audience’s respect on the line, who can win?
If you know Little Nan, you'll know that she's the queen of pop up events in London... and her grandkids know how to throw a party too. Head down as they round up her teapots, furniture and 90s treasures and load it all into Rio Cinema in Dalston for a super cool 90s throwback party. Drink bottomless cocktails from Nan's teapots and dance the night away to the sounds of the 90s - think TLC and Spice Girls.
For their monthly instalment of hilarious and informative talks, the team at the Barbican Library are inviting three sci-fi fans to talk apply their knowledge of economics, psychology and molecular biology to their favourite sci-fi universes. With plenty of funny questions, bizarre scenarios and funny anecdotes, this is one alternative night out in London you won't forget anytime soon.
Hot Since 91 is one night of brilliant fun in Islington. The club night has everything from karaoke with all your fave divas to a gamesroom featuring Super Nintendo and jumbo Connect 4. There's loads of free food (candy floss and fried chicken, people) and the afterparty continues until 4am.
Hear the works of Tchaikovsky, Beethoven and Chopin in a completely new light as The Brunel Museum hosts a series of concerts throughout the year. The event will take place in their Grand Entrance Hall, an underground tunnel shaft, giving the acoustics an incredible sound.
Things are hotting up over in Hackney as MILK VII bring their outrageous show to Paper Dress Vintage. Full of raunchy and sexy performances, the evening includes burlesque, cabaret, a live band and DJs, as well as inviting you to 'dress to undress'...
Pulling together some of London's most experienced bartenders, The Yard in Shoreditch will hold a margarita making competition this April. Bartenders from The Alchemist, El Patron, Wahaca and Flight Club will be showing off all their mixology skills as they strive to make the perfect margarita. Each Guest will try a selection of cocktails before giving each a score. Expect great flavours and some truly quirky creations at this fun event in London.