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Fun Things To Do In London
We know, London can be a bit overwhelming. The bright shiny lights, the huge buildings, the pressing crowds and rush hour crushes - it's hard to focus with so much going on and with so much to choose from. Well, you're in luck, because we're here to hold your hand and guide you through the best events, the best things to do in London and the top new trends pervading their way through our buzzing, weird and wonderful capital. Check out our recommendations for the most fun things to do in London.
Silent Sounds is what happens when you combine sight seeing with amazing music, taking you down the Thames past amazing London landmarks while supplying the music on several different channels ranging from disco classics to hardcore house.
Head west for one of the funnest things to do in London this spring and summer. With bottomless brunches, yoga sessions, beer pong and much more, the Fulham Beach Club has everything you need to party your way through the warmer months.
Re-telling the story and music catalogues of some of the biggest names in the biz, the Reimagine collective front full 16-piece orchestras, epic choirs and live performers aplenty in tribute of some of the most famous names on the planet.
For a classy central London experience, head to Mayfair's May Fair Bar as their expert mixologists show you their tips and tricks for whipping up a cocktail storm. The evening will involve you making three tipples, along with tasters, canapes and a competition to win some gorgeous prizes.
Dive into the centre of the action with this brilliant immersive theatre piece from COLAB Theatre as they take you back to the 1940s. The Germans have landed and are threatening to take over the entirety of Britain - it's up to you save King and Country.
Experience the sounds and wonder of Vivaldi and Handel as they are brought to life in the spectacular St Martin-in-the-Fields by the London Musical Arts Ensemble and director John Landor.
This event is different every time, flirting with edible playgrounds and Mad Hatter brunches. These secretly located pop-ups are guaranteed to be creative, fun and memorable every time, so try one out and find even more things to love about London.
Renowned throughout the city for bringing only the biggest names on the international circuit to the stage, it's no surprise that the star comics are queuing up to play the Covent Garden Comedy Club. Head along and laugh yourself silly as 4/5 acts take the stage - your ticket also offers 15% off at the Lulivo Italian restaurant for a pre-show meal.
Springsteen obsessives Hungry Heart are bringing you the best in bumper-to-bumper Bruce this autumn as they head to Hackney to help The Boss celebrate his 69th birthday.
Mover shakers of London, gather your chums and try something a little different as Dance Party Experience promise to put you through your paces. From themed routines and group packages, to energetic antics and dance teachers, book your session now and get to know your inner dance floor demon.
Michel Roux Jr is widely known as one of the best chefs around and his cookery school will be teaching you the tricks of the trade. Located in the spot where Saturday Kitchen Live is filmed, the venue has a state-of-the-art kitchen, all the mod cons and is available for private hire as well as group classes.
This bonkers bingo bonanza at the People's Park Tavern is one of the best bottomless brunches in Hackney. If you're looking for fun things to do in London, this awesome event is a must-visit.
The Big London Bake is a food event in London that will challenge the city's amateur bakers in new and exciting ways. Taking inspiration from one of Britain's most iconic tv shows, the event will see guests take part in a number of testing challenges in order to find out who London's true star bakers are. Will you crumble under the pressure? Or will you whisk past your opponents?
For a proper good giggle, head to The Old Queens Head where they'll be playing host to the third annual Laugh Out London Comedy Festival and bringing you seven days of the nation's finest acts.
Leave all your inhibitions at the door and dive head first into all the fun on offer at the Hip Hop brunch. Guests will first be treated to 3 courses of 'Dirty South' food, before enjoying fun rounds of Hip Hip karaoke and all your favourite urban acts. Certain to leave you full of booze, with a stomach that feels like it's about to burst and a great beat in your head, there are few better ways to spend a bank holiday weekend in London.
You can't go wrong with Swingers when looking for things to do in the City, where you can enjoy two 9-hole crazy golf courses, five amazing cocktail bars, a two-storey club house and all the street food vendors you need. You can also hang out in their seaside-themed West End location.
Featuring a silent disco, karaoke booths and loads and loads of classic console games, this awesome party at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel is one of the best things to do in London.
King's Cross venue Drink Shop & Do always know how to have a good time, from Mariah Carey inspired dance classes through to craft workshops.
We know what you're thinking. Wine tastings are for old people who are boring. WRONG. The team at Oddbins offer something different entirely to your usual tutored tasting experience. You can choose whether you'd like wine, beer, spirits or other liquors to be the subject of your evening and you can enjoy a tailored party package for something fun to do in London (that still involves drinking).
Escape rooms just got more immersive, as AIM Escape put together some of the most exciting immersive and high tech rooms for you to escape from: think psychopath's horror-filled den, and a sinister underground bunker.
Bounce offers one of the most fun nights out in Shoreditch. It's an underground haven for eating, drinking and competitive socialising, where big groups of mates gather around one of 17 ping-pong tables and play into the night. There's also a 'gin palace' themed cocktail bar with a menu created by award-winning mixologists and a pizza counter specialising in authentic Italian pizzas and antipasti dishes. Got a big gang? Check out the Private Bottomless Brunch that gives you room hire, endless pizza and cocktails, along with games, for two glorious hours.
Dating with a difference, these fun singles events always make sure you've got something to do with your hands. From Cards Against Humanity dates, to cereal tasting and dirty Scrabble sessions, all the ice-breaking is done for you.
Lucky Voice Islington has proven time and again that it is one of the most fun places in London. Providing strong cocktails, a dressing up box and a soundproof room, you and your mates have just got to turn up and sing your heart out.
See London like never before in this ultimate treasure hunt. You'll have to unravel puzzles and crack riddles using a series of clues that'll take you across London – before you end at the Treasure pub, where you get 20% off your bill. Try out the Westminster version too.
Weekend brunch just got even more fun as Flight Club add their ochres to it. The darts club is filling you up with endless pizza for two hours, prosecco and a go on their darts board, a perfect excuse to start your weekend shenanigans nice and early.
Laugh along with award-winning comedians at this award-winning comedy night, with comedians from shows like Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week, 8 Out of Ten Cats and more grace the stage.
Had enough of the same old supper clubs? Try taking it back in time, all the way back to the Medieval period. The Vaults will be putting on a Sunday full of feasting, fighting and goblet banging at this unique immersive experience which includes a five-course meal and plenty of fun.
Learn how to craft eight delicious dishes out of seasonal ingredients with direction from a top development chef, then sit down and feast on the fruits of your labours at this gorgeous supper club and cookery class.
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Enjoy a wonderful viewing of the best musicals of the last century at Metro Clapham, who are airing them all in their intimate garden setting, all while treating you to a drink, a hotdog and popcorn.
Prepare to be scared like you've never been scared before! No, it's not walking down the streets of Croydon, you'll be going somewhere must scarier. Using the help of Ouija boards and other paranormal equipment, you'll be looking through some of the most haunted places in the city. Prepare for a tour of serial killers, mass graves and bloody executions.
Join the Peaky Blinders as they invite you for a dinner in celebration, where you will feast on delicious food and sip on opulent drink. You will roam through the venue and witness as this gangster story unfolds around you.
Offering everything from bonkers bingo nights to eye-popping circus shows, this iconic Acton bar and event space offers a huge number of fun things to do in London.
Whether you're on a work do or celebrating someone's birthday, Locked in a Room will entertain every single member of your group. Head over to ExCeL to find two scenarios split between 13 rooms, from beating government agents through to saving London from a mad scientist.
If you're short of activities and fancy something to keep you busy as you swill spirits, head down to Flight Club in Shoreditch or Bloomsbury. This is London's first and coolest darts bar, introducing you to the world of social gaming...with darts. There's a digital scoring system, games to be played and oches to be had - so team up. This. Is. Flight Club!
Have your very own private shindig on Regent's Canal and shake your stuff on a dance floor that rocks just as much as you do. Enjoy the balmy summer air with your best mates and soak up the golden rays and picturesque sights as you drift along one of London's greatest treasures.
The Ghost Bus Tour is all sorts of fun, from touring the city to hearing all sorts of gruesome stories. Taking place on a vintage Routemaster, the tour combines comedy, spookiness and fun.
It's time to get out the tiaras and microphones because Strictly Come Drag is here to brighten up your day. Taking place in secret basement bar Dr Kluger's Olde Town Tavern, the event will be an afternoon of shenanigans including lip syncing, towers of pancakes and bottomless booze.
With mullets, power ballads and air guitars, this anthem-filled night out in London is guaranteed to be a good time. Join in with Ultimate Power's mad atmosphere as Meatloaf, Bon Jovi and all the classics blast out.
Get stuck into solving a murder and saving the world as Aftermath the immersive game comes to you. Designed for 5-20 people, the game simply needs a usable space to whizz you away into a world of mystery and intrigue that will involve you using your wits and working together.
Head to London Bridge, where Belushi's is putting on the ultimate spread. With a kickass brunch menu and two hours of bottomless cocktails, you'll be well on the way to working up the beer pong ranks while live music gets you going.
The last days of the Last Days Of Shoreditch is upon us, but they're going out with a bang. Get down to Old Street where they'll be bidding a final farewell to all the beautiful people who have partied with them.
Any event that can say their host is called Tina Turner Tea Lady is a winner by our standards. The Candlemaker are about to get all the booze out for a bottomless brunch session with a difference. Hold tight for something fun to do in London as they get all steamy bingo as you knock back bubbles and bloody marys.
Keep your brunch fabulous with Exhibit B, who's spectacular drag queen hostesses Tayce and her drag sisters will be performing mixes and getting you going while you eat great brunch food and drink bottomless bubbles.
Brunch is the food of Gods. And beer is the drink... So together, this makes one hell of a boozy brunch in London from the Draft House Charlotte. Guzzle down a paddle of 6 1/3 pints of craft beers and then make way for the main course of big burgers with fries. All for £15 as well? Fun in London doesn't need to cost a lot.
As a group of six you'll join together with master of the supernatural Jack Daw for an evening of puzzle solving and ghostly encounters, as you try to uncover dark mysteries and sinister secrets surrounding a series of unique settings in London.
Whether it's a birthday party or corporate event, Retro Events are whisking you back in time to a themed party with a difference. The events company will provide all you need for a themed bash, from actors and performers through to a cracking set list.
This is a real fun thing to do in London if you love retro vibes, jive dancing to some of the hottest throwback bands around (and a dance class to get you in the mood) and a full night of nostalgic fun in one of the most iconic venues around.
If drinking prosecco while soaking up the sights of a glorious aquarium sounds like a night out to you, then join SEA LIFE After Dark for an exclusive look at the aquarium. This adults-only event means you can explore the conservation at your own time, drink from the pop-up bars and traverse the scary Shark Walk!
MyChocolate boast some of the most fun, interesting and unique food events in London. Their ethos is all about creativity, charm and dedication to great service, meaning you can indulge in delicious chocolate, learn something new about its creation and take part.
Head to Chiswick to visit London's last remaining family brewery. Here you'll be given a fasinating glimpse into the heritage of the Fuller's brand as well as some engrossing insight into British beer-making. On top of that, with The Fuller's Griffin Brewery dating all the way back to 1828, it has some truly riveting stories to tell - hear them all whilst sampling a few pints of London's pride!
Whether you're looking to learn everything about rum, or how to make your own molecular cocktails, try one of T.T Liquor's fun East London events.
This epic cookery class and charity event will give you the lowdown on how to craft your very own Vietnamese street food favourites, and give back to those in need in the process.
Learn about the innerworkings of gin-making and the history of the substance at this fun London event. Taste test four different gins, paired with specially chosen tonics, while the expert bartenders at The Distillery talk you through the different nuances, sensations and history of each.
Don't settle for any standard brunch: the King of Ladies Man are offering two hours of bottomless prosecco and special brunch food from the Breakfast Club, all with an amazing 70s disco soundtrack.
Ever fancied learning how to make your own Neapolitan pizzas? Well Pizza Pilgrims are here to give you a masterclass in just that. Head to their West India Quay restaurant for a day of dough-throwing and eating at this fun London event.
temper City are putting on their monthly quiz day, with all sorts of added madness. Hosted by award-winning Battleacts, the quiz is themed each month, there's three courses of delicious curry and two hour of bottomless drinks.
This cute and quirky event is one of the funnest things to do this spring in London. Enjoy a gorgeous night in the rooftop garden of the Brunel Museum complete with botanical cocktails and marshmallow toasting.
Very rarely will you get the opportunity to have a delicious meal while watching a truly unique show, until The London Cabaret Club came along. The show dives into the rich heritage of Britain in shows that are celebrations of its culture. Featuring premium production values, unique choreography and a delicious dinner – this is a night you won't forget.
Featuring a talk, tastings and some cocktail shaking, this Japanese whisky masterclass is a great way to learn more about your favourite spirit. Sample some premium Japanese whiskies and even try your hand at mixing them into a delicious drink.
The exclusive and uber cool LOVE BRUNCH is taking their parties to new heights this summer as they take over rooftops for a series of parties. Join in as they bring some of the best DJs, cocktails and brunch canapes in the business.
If you're looking for a dining experience that's more than just food, Kenza should be your next outing. Serving up a Arabian themed wonderland of draped silks, plush cushions and indulgent Lebanese cuisines, Kenza is the perfect place to come for some atmospheric drinking and dining. Complete with belly dancers, you'll be transported to the Middle East.
Join the Karaoke Hole for some of the craziest, camp, Stars In Their Eyes ridiculousness around, with several drag superstars leading the night, some amazing songs on karaoke, special effects to keep it glam and amazing cocktails on tap to keep the fun rolling.
Come to Queens for a night of ice-skating, bowling and fun times. They've got 12 bowling alleys, they've got delicious food from MEATliquor and they've got a great cocktail list to wash it all down.
Fancy yourself as a bit a mixing maestro? You will do after this. Mixology Studios' cocktail-making class gives small groups their very own custom-built bars to work with (alongside providing each individual with their own equipment) - so there's no taking turns here; this is two hours of continuous mixing and tasting! Master the basics before learning more complex techniques. By the end of the class, have a crack at making 'the best cocktail of the day!'
Join the ultimate bar crawl in Shoreditch, where you get free entry into six amazing venues, enjoy discounted beers and spirits, get the super-cool atmosphere and ending in party paradise Cargo.
Feel like asserting your beer-pong dominance, but a little strapped for cash? Here's your answer folks, as the Shoreditch Pub Crawl lays on 2-4-1 tickets on Thursdays. Coming in at the equivalent of £6 per person, you'll enjoy free entry to four bars and free shots, as well as plenty of drinking game antics.
Pull on your baggy jeans and Fred-and-Perry hats, the 90s Brunch is an event that celebrates all out favourite things about an iconic decade. Certain to leave you beaming from ear to ear, the event revolves around a home cooked brunch offering, rounded off by huge 90s tracks - R Kelly, Destiny's Child etc - and a few frivolous rounds of lip-syncing.
Musical Bingo combines what you love about both those things in one big celebration, bringing a different genre every month, tonnes of delicious pizza, mystery challenges and singing your heart out to the biggest songs around.
All aboard the Sunborn Yacht for this epic party. Bringing you classic games from all four SEGA consoles, this is set to be a legendary party, complete with a silent disco linked to a retro game music channel.
When it comes to fun things to do in London, there's nothing quite like a bottomless brunch to get the party going. Tuck in to vegan fare, soaking up with unlimited G&Ts or organic beer as a live band plays tunes.
Take a trip back to your childhood with another group of big kids as you enter the land of Shrek for a crazy immersive experience. After accepting your welcome drink, Donkey will take you on a jaw-dropping 4D bus ride. If you make it through that hilarious journey, you'll end up in the Poison Apple Pub, where you can have a shot or two with the bar maid Doris (the ugly step-sister!)
With a huge roster of live music and DJs, The Jazz Cafe has been bringing London some of the best sounds for well over a decade. They are continuing their legacy with the best soul bands come Fridays; head to this spot for dinner and drinks before watching the amazing live shows.
Handmade Mysteries create twisted escape rooms for people looking for a pulse-racing, brain-teasing, immersive experience. Based in London's finest drinking establishments, your game host will introduce your team to a series of bizarre contraptions and mysterious misfits. Will you win and cry for joy? Or lose, and just cry?
Try something a little different to do in London as one of the best karaoke brands in the business promises a night on the tiles to remember. The night to unleash your inner diva, Lucky Voice Karaoke in Soho promises unrivaled karaoke booths, a waitress service and more as their playlist promises the belting of ballads a-plenty.
The Exhibit is the definition of fun things to do in London. Join them for a whole host of activities, whether that's dinner followed by cinema screenings of all kinds of films, to drag queen brunches, to disco party extravaganzas.
This pop-up bar is a piece of art, taking the space of two railway arches and a huge garden space, there's time to do everything from lounging around to sipping on cocktails and eating Fat Baby Japanese food, to dancing all night to the hottest DJs around.
Make the most of payday weekend with a Pisco party at Monmouth Kitchen, where you can dig into their signature Peruvian dishes with free flowing Pisco Sours in celebration of the Peruvian Independence Day.
If you're looking for fun things to do in London, look no further than this amazing garage brunch. Enjoy an afternoon of delicious food and bottomless drinks to a soundtrack of the best classic garage.
For a fun night out in London, this series of musical tributes are a fantastic shout. From Lauryn Hill tribute nights to evening of Reggae and R&B there's something for every musical taste.
Shuffle away the hours at this super fun London activity bar. With shuffleboards, pizzas, cocktails and a hefty dose of competition, the London Shuffle Club is the only place to really fall out with your friends and family.
Taking place in pubs across London, Laugh Train Home is a hilarious and intimate way of discovering new stand-ups. The event has seen the likes of Reginald D Hunter and Sara Pascoe among others entertain guests, and always puts on a cracking line-up.
Using the latest in cutting edge technology, Puttshack brings you a mini golf experience like no other. Brought to you by the crafty team behind Bounce, this West London bar is a drinking, dining and sporting hub for the future.
Run by Portobello Road gin, Gin Tonica is a cool Notting Hill spot. The restaurant serves more than 100 types of gin along with delicious tapas; when you're done feasting, head downstairs to the Distillery to learn how to mix your own bottle of gin.