London Group Activities
On the hunt for fun things to do as a group? Never fear, we are on hand to give you the low down on the best and most talked about group activities in London. Put you mixology hat on and mix up some fantastic cocktails, or get sporty as your battle it out against friends, family or work colleagues over a game of ping pong. We've got all the fun activities in London covered. Next time you're on the hunt for group activities in London, take a gander at our list of the recommended fun group activities - we'll sort you out.
Last updated on 19th April 2017
Add some game playing to your weekend brunch with The Flight Club. The darts bar is filling you up with endless pizza, prosecco and a go at darts. Drag your friends along, spice up a date and making brunching even more fun.
The Covent Garden Comedy Club and Nightclub brings some of the most famous British comedians together for an intimate night of knee-slapping comedy. Taking over the iconic Heaven nightclub in Soho, each evening will see 3 comedians perform, with all proceedings under the control of a hilarious compere. With a capacity of only 150 people, expect an intimate evening of one liners, hilarious stunts and side-splitting anecdotes.
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.
Located directly off the Thames Path, the Hay’s Galleria comes made up of a maze of bars, dining spaces and a lovely outdoor terrace: but you’ll find us out on the petanque pitch indulging in a little competitive socialising. Bring your crew together for a few games of this French take on the classic game of boules, then head inside for some tasty British fare or retire outside for a few drinks on the terrace.
Over the years, Christabel's in East London has made huge waves with its strange, quirky and downright bizarre arts and crafts nights.. Whether you're decorating pineapples, painting faces on macaroons or making a range of tea-based cocktails at one of their cocktail masterclasses, look no further for a truly wonderful spot for your next unforgettable night out in London.
Lucky Voice in Islington has established a reputation for offering some of the finest, easy-going group nights out in the capital. With a number of karaoke machines, a bar stocked full of craft cocktails and a long list of musical hits, it hopes to live up to the success of its sister venue in Soho. 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.
Take in everything the British summer has to offer with a Wimbledon-inspired tea masterclass in East London. Held at the Regent's canal in a secret location, the masterclass will teach guests how to mix and flair a range of tea-based cocktails using Black Cow milk vodka. Soak up all the rays, take a load off and enjoy a few alcoholic scones at this quirky tea masterclass in London.
Get the whole gang together for SINK Saturday Brunch Pong. You’ll get access to their delicious buffet of mini burgers and fries, a bottle of prosecco each and you will all get to play beer and ping pong on their tables. Stick around because they’ll also be playing sport on the big screen.
Looking for a fun group activity in London with a little character? SupKiko are a mobile events company who organise paddle boarding sessions all across London. If you choose to venture to East London, their tours start and finish aboard the moored 'Milk Float' barge, promising a bar, cafe and roofdeck.
Looking for something fun to do with a group in London? 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.
Put a bit of sparkle into your group night out with Retro Events, a company that throws themed bashes. The group can organise everything from birthday parties through to corporate events and cover the entertainment, music and location among others.
Opening the door of their iconic brewery to the city's beer lovers, the team at Crate brewery offer behind the scenes access, showing guests the various processes and complex procedures involved in creating delicious, flavoursome craft beer. After first taking a walking tour through the entire venue, visitors will then have a chance to sample some of the brewery's most potent and tasteful creations. Grab your mates, head down to East London and dive head first into everything this fun group activity has to offer.
Last Man Standing is a frivolous quiz night like no other. Taking over the Pheonix in Central London, the night will pit teams against each other in a series of fun quiz rounds. At the end of each round, a representative from each team will be sent up on stage to battle it out in a series of wacky, game show-esque rounds, until there's only one person left. Full of excitement and fun, this night is certain to leave you beaming from ear to ear.
Another great spot for group activities in London, Nordic Bar spoils you with great happy hours, table football and more ping pong than you can shake a racket at. Get competitive with your group and come out victorious at this fun fuelled Swedish themed bar.
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; with room for 5-20 people, this is the perfect experience for London group activities.
Catering to groups of 2 or more, Oddbins are the latest tutored tastings team to create tailored packages for whatever your party needs are. Whether you're looking for something for a corporate event, a birthday or even a stag/hen do, Oddbins will tailor their services to you. Choose from a wine, beer or spirit tasting or even pitch your own (whisky and chocolate?) and they'll handle the rest.
Darts has just got a lot more social at the Flight Club. Using state-of-the-art technology and new gameplay techniques, they’ve improved upon the original 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. To help things ease along, there’s delicious cocktails and sharing platters as well; head to Bloomsbury or Shoreditch to try it out.
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.
Get the gang together and indulge in 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 chocolate in London while also allowing you to indulge in the best sweet in the land.
Located in a former chapel, Cactus Kitchens is available for private hire as well as individual lessons as Michel Roux Jr takes over the venue. The renowned chef will be running classes with space for up to 12 people in a modern and state-of-the-art space.
If 80s movies have taught us anything, it’s that nothing gets a group of people to bond quicker than a bit of dancing. So get yourself down to Reflex Dance Studios for a day of choreographed 80s fun for your birthday, Hen party or team building activity. First you’ll receive a complete makeover, then a photo opportunity, and then you’ll have a one hour dance class to make you a dance professional. Afterwards, finish the day with a funky 80s dance party.