Make the most of the long weekend and experience two days dedicated to margaritas. Taking over the arches of London Fields Brewery, the MArgarita Rumble is showcasing over 15 curated drinks from the best restaurants and bars in the city.
May Bank Holiday Events and Parties 2021
May is a great month for us all, beginning to end; quite literally, there's a bank holiday at both the beginning, and the end. To help you celebrate, we've come up with a list of fantastic events, from supper clubs and pop-up food events to unique experiences. All you have to do? Is enjoy those Mondays off.
Check out 75 great things to do in May if you've not found what you're looking for.
London's rooftops get better every year, and the same can be said for Skylight this bank holiday. A gorgeous rooftop spot with croquet, pop-up bars and pergolas, this is one hell of a way to spend that extra day.
Hip Hop Brunch is back for a bank holiday special. Held at a secret London location, get ready for bottomless cocktails, delicious food, magicians, music and a big old afternoon of dancing to your favourite hip hop tunes.
Cargo are party hearty in Shoreditch this May Bank Holiday in London as their weekend comes jam-packed with late night club events (from Prismatic to Wanderlust) that will take you through the weekend and then some.
May Bank Holiday just got even more fun as Supa Dupa bring you two massive events. If you're in south London head over to Prince of Wales for two massive nights on non-stop '90s tunes, or East, Trapeze will be hosting the outrageous party group for a Sunday night of silliness.
Fill your May bank holiday to delicious hands-on action at one of these top-notch classes in Covent Garden. Join the expert Petersham Nurseries team for masterclasses on pasta, wine, yoga and even flower crowns.
Cocktails at the ready; Thames Rockets are back this bank holiday... and you're invited to kickstart your summer with a unique speed boat experience, tipples from London Cocktail Club and a soundtrack from Oslo's DJ Mikee Snooze. Could there be a better way to see the city?
Head over to Leadenhall's Old Metal Exchange where Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds is getting a live-action remake - and you get to be a part of it. Fill in that extra bank holiday time with a trip back in time complete with steampunk aesthetics, clever technology and lots of Martian invasion madness.
Is there anything better than boozy brunch? Definitly not... especially when you have the following day off. Head to this Farringdon hotspot for a day of free-flowing drinks, tasty brunch and non-stop music. You can even request songs before DJs take to the decks.
The iconic ABQ bar has found a permanent home in Hackney and they want you down to don some hazmat suits and get your molecular mixology on at one of London's best immersive cocktail experiences to brighten your bank holiday.
Cake is on the menu, and on the to do list at this unique baking experience this May bank holiday as the The Big London Bake invites you to try your hand at a number of sugary treats in that all important big tent.
There's the bank holiday brunch, and then there's the Beyonce Brunch. Celebrating one of the biggest names in the music industry (Beyonce, you nutters), this is an afternoon of belters, singalongs and bottomless drinks.
Head to Chelsea where this unique immersive code-breaking experience situates you in the heart of World War Two. Solve puzzles and crack the clues and you'll find yourself privy to some seriously stunning cocktails.
Looking to do something a little different this month? Ditch the standard dinner and drinks and head to Gordon Ramsay's much-loved restaurant where you'll find a rocket filled with rum cocktails and staple dishes from California rolls to tamarind chicken.
Head to DUO where the Camden party spot will be blowing up with a full schedule of bank holiday happenings this year. From vegan brunching to an orchestral take on Drake, it's time to make the most of that no-work Monday.
Head to Camden where FEST is bringing you some of the greatest events in North London this May bank holiday. From an Amy Winehouse tributes to comedy and soul nights, you'll not be wanting for entertainment.
This notorious prison themed pop up is one of London's best immersive cocktail bars. Don your orange jumpsuit and find a good hiding spot for your booze, because if the guard catches you, you may not get to sample some of the coolest concoctions in town.