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London Group Activities
On the hunt for fun things to do as a group? Never fear because we're on hand to give you the low down on the best and most talked about team trips in London. Put your mixology hat on and mix up some fantastic cocktails, or get sporty as you battle it out against friends, family or work colleagues over a game of ping pong. Trust us, as fans of an en masse night out, we know what we're talking about this time, so take a gander at our list of the best group activities in London.
There's nothing better than screaming several different songs at each other – and you'll discover that on The Dutch Master. The two-storey party boat will take you past all manner of different iconic landmarks, all while giving you the choice between amazing channels of music.
Using state-of-the-art technology Flight Club have improved the original darts recipe to create Social Darts, where you and your friends can battle it out, and even the most inexperienced player has a chance of winning, while chowing down on pizza paddles and frozen cocktails. With venues in Shoreditch, their Bloomsbury or Victoria, you're never too far from one of these fun nights out.
Looking to take the team on a night out in London and looking for that perfect blend of fun and booze? Head on down to Munich Cricket Club. Not only a beerhouse providing the best in lederhosen and Bavarian culture, there's hunking sausage plates and steins to boot. And if you're looking a little further east, they've also got a venue in Canary Wharf.
Think you and your mates have got what it takes to shoot down hoardes of zombies or prevent an alien invasion? Then head to this unique bar and VR experience in Ealing. Promising a fun day out for all, Navrtar will add a dose of healthy competition and teamwork to your group antics.
If you've got a few competitive bones lying around, head on down to Bounce in Old Street as not only is there a restaurant on hand for all your pizza needs, there's plenty of ping pong tables that you can book into too. Going bottomless? Check out their private bottomless brunch which will give you two hours of endless cocktails, pizza and play all to yourself.
Another great spot for group activities in London, Nordic Bar spoils you with great happy hours, table football, ping pong - and, more importantly, beer pong. Get competitive with your group and come out victorious at this fun-filled Scandinavian-inspired bar.
London Cocktail Club offers you the chance to get behind the bar to create your own personal cocktail recipe. Choose from any of their four bars, and be taught by one of the professional mixologists as you and your group learn what it takes to craft the perfect cocktail. LCC can cater for groups of up to 20; book online and get involved in one of our favourite group activities in London.
The Covent Garden Comedy Club brings some of the most famous British comedians together for an intimate night of knee-slapping comedy. Taking over the iconic Heaven nightclub, each evening will see up to 5 comedians perform, with all proceedings under the control of a hilarious compere.
Lucky Voice has established a reputation for offering some of the finest, easy-going group nights out in the capital. With some high-tech karaoke machines, a bar stocked full of cocktails and a long list of musical hits, this spot has got it all. Arguably the perfect group activity in London, grab all your mates, head down and embody your favourite performers by singing until your throat's sore.
Get the gang together and tuck in to a night of chocolate with MyChocolate. They are committed to delicious, unforgettable and creative chocolate-based events, which promises to teach you a unique way of looking at the sweet stuff while also allowing you to fully indulge in it.
Get your gang together and set about saving the entire world with the immersive game that comes to you. Aftermath challenges you to work as a team and solve a mysterious murder via a series of clues and crackable codes. With room for 5-20 people, this is the perfect experience for London group activities.
You have one hour to save the world from a mad scientist's plan or to work out what sinister plot the government is cooking up in these brilliant escape room experiences. Head to ExCeL as they create 13 purpose built rooms with two scenarios, meaning you can battle against other teams across several rooms should you wish.
You could just go to Queens for their delicious MEATliquor food or their great cocktail list, but you'd be missing out on, not just their ice skating rink, but their 12 bowling lanes too. A big kid's playground by any other name, this Notting Hill party palace is all about letting the good times roll, bowl and slide all over.
A Door In A Wall is an immersive experience where you and your friends take on the lead roles in a compelling story. Whether you're scrambling for clues in a hidden speakeasy, running through the streets of London or solving puzzles at a famous landmark, the event differs in every instance, so be aware of what decisions you make.
Bringing you a massive dance party every single Saturday, The Reggae Brunch is one of London's finest group days out. Tuck into three courses of delicious Caribbean cuisine alongside a whole hour of bottomless cocktails before taking to the dancefloor to shake it out to the best in reggae, soca, calypso and bashment.
Perfect for getting the gang together, join Bunker 51 for activities like paintball or – if you're a bit more soft – airsoft, laser tag, or even to stop by for BBQ with drinks. An for an even more immersive activity, you can opt in for their terrifying zombie SWAT experience.
Get your gang together and get them to Piano Works West End, the ultimate live music party venue in Leicester Square. Their live band will take your requests and play the best songs all night while you sip on slick cocktails until the early hours. Or you can head down to their private room for singing waiters and a massaoke-style experience with SingEasy.
Get a gang together for Inamo Soho Games Room, where they boast over 150 games on your favourite consoles (including retro games), streaming services, and two 150 inch screens to use it all on. On top of that they've got some gorgeous cocktails and a selection of Camden's best sushi on offer.
Sounds Familiar Music Quiz is the hilarious and brilliantly fun quiz that's taken London by storm. Perfect for a birthday party or just a night out, the event combines music knowledge with shout-out silliness and dancing on the tables.
For a novel way to see London, take a ride on the spooky, silly Ghost Bus Tour. Learn all there is about the city and its ghoulish secrets as you whizz around on a vintage Routemaster with a master guide and plenty of other creative characters aboard to entertain you.
The ultimate way to party, Musical Bingo, Gospeloke and Last Man Standing are here to stop awkward conversations and weird drinking games in their tracks. Get ready to dance on tables, laugh the night away and belt out your favourite tunes.
If you're looking for some of the best group activities in London, then Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes is the place for you. With bowling, pool, table football and karaoke, there's loads to keep you occupied for your next group night out in London.
Mixing sightseeing, history and fitness, this fun series of workout events will take you through the streets of London for more than your average jog. From a Jack the Ripper running tour, to 10k jog past some of the city's best festive decorations, it's an innovative way to feed and strengthen both mind and body.
These walking tours around the capital are not only educational, but incredibly fun. Expect top hear all your favourite hits while travelling through the streets by way of the city's moist iconic landmarks, with the occasional flash mob thrown in for good measure. It's sure to be a great chance to show the city off to your visiting friends.
Get your most fabulous strut on at with on of these fabulous walking tours around the city. Strap on your headphones and prepare to dance and sing your way past London's most famous landmarks.
So you've been left with the task of finding a fun group activity in London. Forget about the usual drinks or dinner and switch things up with the ultimate flash mob dance experience. Your favourite tunes, an epic setting and a ridiculously fun instructor. You can even add a videographer and get yourself trending.
Looking for quirky group activities in London? Make it a cocktail-soaked time with a visit to this clandestine spot. Led by Sherlock and Mycroft, The Mind Palace promises an immersive experience complete with expert mixologists, impressive cocktails and a dash of mystery.
Take your mates for an afternoon of adrenaline-fuelled fun at Teamsport Tower Bridge, London's ultimate go-karting experience. You'll race around like Jensen Button and Lewis Hamilton, battling it out for a top spot on the podium and plenty of bragging rights.
Perfect for a quirky group day out, this unique escape room will have you working in complete darkness to collect back six stolen dragon eggs. Head to Canning Town where you'll be tasked with solving puzzles and hunting down clues using your wits and your senses of sound, smell and touch.
The city's threat level is at an all-time high, as a crooked secret operative threatens to set off a bomb or kidnap hostages. Your mission? To catch the bad guy before it's all too late, with immersive problem-solving games, riddles and codes all sent directly to your phone.
Whether you're with friends, family or colleagues you'll want your finest crack team to take on London's newest premium escape room experience. Set over four different rooms with varying themes (from a disused diner to your own personal hangover hell), you'll need to work as a team to conquer these puzzles.
From tailored party packaged for hen dos through to some of the quirkiest classes in town, Drink Shop & Do has something for every member of your gang. Stop by the King's Cross bar for Beyonce dance classes, papier mache art, and so much more.
The ideal rainy-day activity, Hammerton Brewery run regular tours and tasting sessions, giving you and your pals a chance to take a look at what goes on behind the scenes of your favourite craft beers.
Pitch London is a unique bar and interactive golfing experience in the City. Grab your squad and head on over to take part in an after-work drinking session unlike any opt her, complete with many a golf-based games.
From hen parties and stag dos all the way to days out with colleagues and catch-ups with mates, Electric Shuffle does it all. Head to the Canary Wharf pick for an afternoon of bubbly and brunch paired with live DJs and games.
Whether it's an afternoon with the girls or birthday night out with the boys, head to Fulham Beach for a selection of events. We're talking bottomless brunches, fancy dress parties, cocktail masterclasses, shuffleboard, ping pong and more.
After a group activity during lockdown? Look no further than Mission: Bomb Disposal, a brilliant immersive game around London. During the event, you'll be tasked with solving clues and uncovering a secret hideout to avert a citywide crisis.
What could be better for team bonding than violence, alliances and deceit? Cue Crooks 1926 - the hugely popular immersive experience that is themed around the criminal underworld of the 1920s. Take on a gangster persona as you move through a series of challenges and scenarios, with a team of actors at every step of the way.