This is silent disco given the proper London treatment, as you sail down the Thames on this two-storey boat (with a fully stocked bar), you'll be able to spot all kinds of iconic London landmarks while choosing your favourite DJ on your headset.
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.
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, PFest Camden are creating a night of big beats, big prizes, lip sync battles, dance offs and the sickest house party afterwards.
Pity Basil Fawlty's guests as you're about to become one at this hilarious supper club in central London. The cult show is being brought to life by Manuel, Basil and Sybil as they attempt to serve you a three-course dinner; expect just a little bit of chaos.
There's nothing quite as fun as diving into a ball pit – and Ballie Ballerson's bottomless brunch will prove just that. Taking place in both Soho and Shoreditch, the brunch is all sorts of delicious, and when you're done with their pizza - have a go at diving head first into the balls.
From the creators of Breaking Bad-themed ABQ and The Bletchley, The Grid is coming to flex your brain muscles this September and October. Join Lollipop for their latest instalment of immersive fun, as they take on the world of AI and robots.
With TLC and avocado toast in equal measure, there's nowhere better to spend a Sunday than at Supa Dupa Fly's London brunch event at the Ace Hotel. Featuring food, fantastic tunes and fanatical boogieing, it's one of the funnest events in London this winter.
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.
One of London's best rooftop bars is back open for the summer season and they're bringing lawn games, bookable day beds and some of the most stunning views in London. Come winter, head over for iceskating against a city skyline backdrop.
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.
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.
Join the Garage Brunch for a meal like no other, where you'll be treated to two delicious courses, an hour of bottomless cocktails and great music, before the coolest MC hosts get everyone involved in great games for the ultimate afternoon party.
Who says that Sundays have to be boring? Head to Soho and make your way to Phoenix Street where The Phoenix Artist Club is hosting an ever-changing roster of live acts. Think infamous characters, stars of the big screen and a few surprises.
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.
Whether you fancy putting your knowledge to the test with Last Man Standing, partying the night away with The Comedy House Party or really going for it at Musical Bingo, It's Unknown has you covered.
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.
Have you been craving a night of sparkles and glamour? Well Glitter Room are taking over Troipicana Beach Club for the glitteriest parties London has to offer, Think unicorns, diamonds and dressing to impress at these stunning events.
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.
Inspired by Mary Berry and her reign as Britain's baking queen, the Big London Bake is a fun event taking place this summer that will see Londoners take part in a handful of baking challenges. Taking place in Tooting, guests will be split into teams of two, before taking part in a fun baking challenge in an attempt to win the coveted first place prize. Do you have what it takes to choux away your opposition? Or will you collapse with a soggy bottom?
We're about to lift the lid on one of London's most glamorous speakeasy secrets as the House of Burlesque host a series of sensational events; from a burlesque brunch and costume workshops to dance workshops and summer speakeasies.
Offering Londoners the perfect Saturday daytime party, the Lucky Voice Karaoke team in Islington are pulling out all the stops with their brunch offering. For £35, each person will be treated to 2 hours of bottomless cocktails alongside a selection of bagels and all their favourite party tunes played by the resident DJs. Better still, the fun vibes continue with an hour of karaoke in one of the venue's private booths.
Looking for something a little out of the ordinary? Head south of the river where Ninth Life is bringing you a multi-room adventure. Think challenges, characters and immersive action at this theatre-come-escape room.
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.
Covergirl! RuPaul might be ending but you can still get your drag fix with The Grand's Ultimate Drag Showdown. Catch an all-star cast of queens will battle it out over an evening of shade-throwing readings, death dropping dances and fierce lip-syncs.
Experience The War of the Worlds in all its immersive glory as this pop-up brings you a multisensory VR experience before you head to a themed bar for indulgent bites and drinks. Located in Leadenhall, this is one for all occasions.
For bingo, bottomless pizza parties and tasty pancake brunches, this new Camden eating and drinking destination is a one-stop-shop for fun events and great food.
This super fun London club night promises the very best of female-fronted pop, hip hop and R&B as Bethnal Green Working Men's Club gets over-run by women. From the drag queens, to DJs and all the dancing, it's one of the best nights out in East London.
The 90s Brunch celebrates all the best aspects and creations of one of Britain's most characterful decades. Serving guests a selection of tasty dishes, the event revolves around hilarious 90s costumes, huge party songs - think Destiny's Child and Vanilla Ice - and a few carefree lip-sync battles. Grab your mates, head down and prepare yourself for one of the most fun day events in London.
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.
This Christmas head to The Vaults for an immersive experience quite like no other. Set in the secret underground world below Waterloo Station, you'll be invited to drink and dance away in one of London's most beautiful venues. Expect to meet a few creatures and cohorts along the way at this theatrical spectacular.
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.
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.
London Dungeons is staying open late and all the ghost and ghouls are coming out to play. The popular attraction is hosting an adult only special that includes rides, cocktails and actors for a twist on history.
One of London's best RnB nights out, Bloomsbury Lanes is playing host to #RnBBowl for the last Friday of every month. Expect all the classics from Destiny's Child, Lauryn Hill and Chris Brown, all while you enjoy 20-inch pizza, a huge selection of drinks and a bowling game like no other.
For a brilliantly bonkers night of top tunes in an incredible venue, head over to the iconic West London Bush Hall for the world's biggest Bruce Springsteen-dedicated club night. Over six hours you'll be treated to ALL the Bruce - we're talking his biggest bangers, live versions and, yes, even a few of the more niche songs.
Prepare to enter the Lynchian world of The Double R Club, who are taking inspiration from the famous director for a night of dark and troubling cabaret, as well as mysterious and humorous burlesque.
Even if you are in prison, don't worry – you can still have fun. All you have to do is make it through security with your favourite bottle of alcohol, and one of the inmates will shake you up something tasty.
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.
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.
Get ready to pop-it-lock it-polka-dot-it at Camden's Electric Ballroom for a glitter-filled night of guilty pleasures - we're talking Rihanna's Umbrella-ella, Justin's Signorita and Natasha's Pocket Full Of Sunshine - complete with cabaret performances, flamboyant dancers and energetic DJs.
Head to the Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club for this fun London event. A world away from your standard life-drawing affair, this cool and quirky event invites you to sink and couple of drinks and sketch out some of London's finest cabaret and burlesque performers.
Sing, dance, drink and chow down on some of the best jerk in London. Catered by renowned kings of Caribbean cuisine, the Reggae Brunch brings rum punch, tasty food and an all-day brunch party with some of the best vibes in London.
Live out your Studio 54 fantasy with Disco Brunch this summer. Whether you choose to go full Bianca with a white horse or twirl like Donna Summer in the centre of the dance floor, these guys will be on-hand with food, booze and a banging soundtrack.
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.
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.
Get a little crazy in love at the ultimate Beyonce brunch experience. Taking place in a secret location, this five hour Queen B extravaganza will have you guzzling free-flowing booze for an hour and chomping on some delicious brunch dishes before hitting the dancefloor. It's the perfect afternoon out for any girl squad.
Get ready to singalong with your favourite movie musicals as The Grand's quirky screening series brings you classic films across their massive screen, as well as themed cocktails, dance-offs, costume competitions and more.
Whether you're sky-high on a rooftop or partying on a boat, Reztron are mixing things up when it comes to going out in London. The night will make sure you have fun with games consoles, silent discos, karaoke and even a bottomless brunch option.
Bringing some of the coolest and quirkiest happenings in London to your local boozer, antic's selection of mad brunches, comedy nights and even kids clubs, are some of most fun events in London.
This fun London event, perfect for date nights, birthdays and hen dos, will let you enjoy a fab comedy show and half price on all drinks.
This super fun West London event is one of the best spots to get out to this spring. A Wild West themed bar, prepare for moonshine cocktails and cowboy dress up at this completely immersive event.
One of the best new brunches in town, this Bashment special from the team behind Hip Hop Brunch is bringing you more great food, bottomless drink and sick music all day long.
With tunes from the likes of Meatloaf, Bon Jovi and Bonnie Tyler, Ultimate Power is all about the big and the brash. Join the club night for singalong fun as they play massive tunes to 100s of party goers.
Prepare to be taken on a booze-fuelled journey, as Mac and Wild have teamed up whisky connoisseur Blair Bowman, to take you on an immersive experience, complete with a welcome cocktail and 4 whiskies and canape pairings.
From huge ballpits and cheesy tunes through to Grease singalongs and wild burlesque nights, FEST in Camden are keeping you entertained in North London.
West End Musical Brunch might just be one of the most fun brunches around, boasting performances from West End stars, 1 hour of bottomless booze, brunch dishes and five hours of audience requested show tunes to keep you dancing all night long.
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.
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, Bloomsbury, Victoria, and Islington.
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.
The Lost Boys Pizza is not just knocking up great pizza, it's also serving up some serious fun. Stop by this North London joint for boozy bingo, bottomless film screening and plenty of charcoal based pizza.
Speed dating doesn't have to be nerve racking. Get down to a Speed Date Changed My Life for a fun, relaxed atmosphere where you can meet a range of fun, creative people looking for a relationship.
Having entertained London for 16 years, 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 up to five comedians and a compere on show, with a friendly and easy-going atmosphere to the crowd.
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.
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.
Start your night off with a night of hilarious comedy at the award-winning 99 Club, with comedians from shows like Mock the Week and 8 Out of 10 Cats gracing the stage 6 days a week.
Take your Sunday back to times gone by at Medieval Banquet, promising a four course feast fit for a king, live medieval entertainment and performers worthy of a Henry VIII house party.
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.
Impossible Things know how to throw one heck of a party, from Tarantino cabarets to Amy Winehouse brunches and Prince v Micheal Jackson celebrations. Head on down to be fully immersed in quirky antics, guzzle on booze and get stuck into a truly unique experience.
Make your way to west London this winter as The Mind Palace welcomes you to crack clues and solve puzzles in true Sherlock Holmes style. Once you've proved your worth, Christmassy treats will keep you fed and watered.
Welcome to I Fucking Date London, the city's finest immersive dating experience, that takes the piss a little. Get stuck into a take of a wedding gone wrong as you explore the cracking bar and elaborate theatrical production.
Looking for fun things to do in London? Not only is Electric Shuffle bringing you their signature games, but the east London hangout is also teaming that with live tunes, flowing fizz and sustenance in the form of paddle pizzas.
From a 90s themed laser quest to events inspired by Star Wars, this Stratford spot is giving a new meaning to laser tag. Head east where you'll find an impressive maze transporting you to faraway lands, complete with soundtracks and more.
Mercato Metropolitano is upgrading your night of delicious street food by welcoming in a totally unique concept circus for some added entertainment. With acts such as sword swallowers, acrobats and contortionists, you'll spend your night noshing on delicious food and opened-mouthed at the acts.
Combining brunch, booze and beats, Love Brunch ticks all the boxes. Tuck into a mouthwatering feast from 11am before dancing the day away with live music from some of the city's top DJs. There's even canapes, cocktails and more.