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 18th May 2018
Do we really need to tell you how fun it would be to get all your friends together for a BallieBallerson ball pit session? A million balls in a ball pit, unlimited pizza and bottomless prosecco (for their brunch) – think of the carnage.
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.
Get the gang together and defends the galactic federation at this amazing laser tag experience. That’s right, a space age laser tag assault course filled with lasers, neon, and only adults around.
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.
Get your mates together and start off your Friday night at East Ham’s biggest soft play area. Expect trampolines, laser mazes, ninja warrior obstacle courses and an amazing live DJ bringing all the tunes.
Playable for teams of up to 8, this pop-up is making bowls rock 'n' roll. Yep, you read that right, bowls is getting a fun makeover to make it a must-do on your Friday night in Finsbury Square, from craft beer to brilliant music.
Grab some friends and head to this fun rooftop bar for some of the best group activities in London. Take part in a little croquet or petanque, or book a table and enjoy some gorgeous views.
Gather the troops and get down to KERB as they host their awesome Drag Queen quiz, with a fabulous host delivering six hilarious round, and you get to enjoy beers, cocktails, and free poppadum nachos.
Another great spot for group activities in London, Nordic Bar spoils you with great happy hours, table football and all the ping pong games you can think off. Get competitive with your group and come out victorious at this fun fuelled Swedish themed bar.
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.
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.
Musical Bingo has a new home in Brixton and if you're looking for a quirky group activity, it's time to go south of the river. It's just like bingo, but with songs instead of numbers. Expect some healthy competition, banging tunes and a night of entertainment.
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.
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.
You’re all losers. You’re losers because you haven’t been to the Bingo Academy, where they’ll teach you to be winners. At this boot camp, the Bingo Trainers will turn you into Bingo Monsters, tearing up the paper and leaving all the losers behind.
A Door In A Wall is an immersive experience where you and your friends take on the lead roles in a compelling story. Each experience varies and is designed to push everyone involved outside of their comfort zones. Whether you're scrambling for clues in a hidden speakeasy, running through the streets of London or solving puzzles at a famous landmark, this interactive experience is something you'll be talking about for years to come.
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.
It's only around for four days but it's going to be a load of fun; Mallets & Hoops is a quirky summer pop-up that is bringing croquet, great music and affordable drinks to Oxo Tower's Bargehouse.
A great idea for a birthday or night out with friends, this cool life-drawing evening makes for a great London group activity. Combining art, burlesque and booze, it's one of the best events coming up in South London.
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.
From trying to beat the ghost of Lady Chastity to win a bottle of wine, through to a spooky doll's workshop; these escape rooms across London and Brighton are all sorts of fun.
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 in Soho, each evening will see up to 5 comedians perform, with all proceedings under the control of a hilarious compere.
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.
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.
The ultimate way to party, Musical Bingo is here to stop awkward conversations and weird drinking games in their tracks. Get ready to dance on tables, dance-off and take on mad mystery rounds with this notorious London event.
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. Going bottomless? Check out their private bottomless brunch which will give you two hours of endless cocktails, pizza and play all to yourself.
The ultimate London group activity, this super fun quiz-cum-game show will keep you on your feet to be sure. With a range of ridiculous and hilarious round to be enjoyed, grab your closest most shameless friends and get ready for a night you won't forget.
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.
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.
Take a ride on The Ghost Bus Tour for a novel way to see London, learning more about the city and its ghoulish secrets. Whizz around on a vintage Routemaster as a master guide entertains you.
Pub Tropicana is what happens when you fuse the best summer clubs with a playground of activities, with live music, World Cup screenings, cult pub quizzes, underground bingo, table football, and amazing DJs delivering some of the biggest parties around.
The Reggae Brunch is here to put your festive season in working order; join them at one of their parties for lashings of rum, three courses of soul food and a massive after-party.
Not only do you get to see London’s most haunted royal parks and the city’s most haunted house, but you’ll cruise along the Thames to see the Tower of London and learn all of its dark secrets.
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.
What better way to spend summer than moseying up the canal on a floating distillery? Ladies & Gents Floating Bar and Distillery is taking you on a trip this sunny season, with space for up to 12 people and hand-crafted G&Ts.
Get your gang together and get them to Studio 88, the ultimate live music party venue brought to you by the team behind The Piano Works. Their live band will take your requests and play the best songs all night, and you can sip on cocktails and eat their deliciously inventive California Cones and sip on cocktails until the early hours. For a party with a real difference book a Can’t Sing Choir lesson where your group can learn and perform a song of their choosing which can also be teamed up with a cocktail masterclass.
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.
Join Nicole Line for one of her creative workshops, where she’ll teach people how to use professional design equipment in a non-studio space, as well as mixing ideas and developing techniques. Perfect for beginners and experts alike.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.