Everyone's favourite city beach is back for the sunny season as Fulham Beach parties its way through the bank holiday weekend with sandy vibes, pergolas, pop-up restaurants and games galore.
May Bank Holiday Events and Parties 2019
Looking for what's on May bank holiday 2019? Well, you've come to the right place! Spanning events from Friday to Monday, pop-up parties to raucous club nights; we've got the cream of the crop right here. There are plenty of events down, and let's face it, a hell of a lot of choice when it comes to things to do on this beauty of a day off in the city - and that's where we come in.
Party like there's no mañana as Margarita Rumble rolls into town once again to bring you the finest tequila cocktails in the city. Head to the London Fields Brewery and get your bank holiday off to a very boozy start.
Not only is Rascals home to the only waterproof dining room in London, it's also home to one hell of a bottomless brunch. Join them this bank holiday weekend as they give it some serious welly in the midday party department with comedy, drag stars and more.
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.
This bank holiday, immerse yourselves in the thrilling tale of The Jewel of the Empire. You'll feast on stunning dishes from MasterChef's Laurence Henry as you're taken back to the 1930's depression era on a epic journey to the south of France that will never be forgotten.
One of London's best-loved pop ups is returning for another season of summertime supper clubs. Head to the South Bank where you'll find The BBQ Club in residence to bring you one of the best DIY dining experiences in the city.
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, The Hoxton Pony will be hosting the outrageous party group for a Sunday night of silliness.
Make the most of the bank holiday and head to Prince of Wales where the party vibe will be riding high as edit king Late Nite Tuff Guy goes for a double set on the decks until the early hours of Monday.
No one ever said that the Bank Holiday was made for learning something new, but it was made for fun, so why not try a bit of both as you learn the art of shuffleboard at one of the coolest spots in East London, cocktails and Miami vibes galore.
Head over Camden's swish new Near & Far bar where they'll be brining you the goods this may with an extra special Cinco de Mayo brunch complete with bingo, tacos and margaritas.
If it's got George Clooney's seal of approval, you know it's the good stuff. Check out Gaucho's Cinco De Mayo celebrations this bank holiday, and get the flavours of South America with the star's Casamigos tequila as you tuck into a stunning brunch of authentic dishes.
The Grand are throwing open their doors this bank holiday to welcome everyone's favourite double denim wearing Irish pop group. Oh yes, B*witched are back in London, with Boyzone's own Shane Lynch bringing the hits from the DJ decks and pop bangers till 3am.
Lost Boys Camden aren't just launching their hidden garden this May Bank Holiday, they're putting your love (or hate) of pineapple on pizza to the test with their Pineapple Pizza Society. Yes, there will also be pineapple cocktails.
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.
A bank holiday special from the Little Blue Door team, head down to the Fulham hotspot where they'll be easing you into no-work monday with some live music and tasty cocktails.
The Exhibit's boozy bank holiday brunch is bringing you an epic weekend of drinking, dancing and dining. Head to Balham's top brunch spot for funk, soul and fizz to kick off that bank holiday feeling right.
The ultimate night for big kids, this unique evening brings together retro gaming and silent disco antics for a massive rooftop rave that will have your gaming hard and partying harder at the gorgeous Alititude SkyBar.
Join Simmons Soho for a May bank holiday afternoon tea like no other. You'll get two hours of free-flowing drinks along with a stunning selection of sandwiches, cakes and scones with games, bingo and old school classic hits to keep you entertained.
If you agree with Bashment Brunch that Saturdays are the new Bank Holiday Sundays, join them this May 4th as they celebrate big bashment hits with an afternoon of games and gorgeous drinks at a secret London location.
The greatest show is coming to London this bank holiday, as Exhibit B brings you free-flowing fizz and mouthwatering brunch dishes before a screening of the iconic modern musical. Head south of the river for the ultimate boozy singalong.
Spring has sprung and its time to get out and about on the town again. Head to Central London where bar crawl kings 1 Big Night Out will be showing you the real sights of the city with free shots, queue jump and quirky games all evening.
Celebrate the bank holiday with a throwback experience unlike any other,. You'll be transported from Miranda to the early 2000s in the golden age of garage, grime and funky house, with very special guests that'll make you feel like you're right back there.
Celebrate the bank holiday with a fun-fuelled brunch spectacular at Proud Cabaret in the City. You'll be transported to the golden age of Club Tropicana and live out your sun-soaked fantasies with flowing drinks and delicious dining with a soundtrack of 70's, 80's abd 90's hits.
Head down to Pitch Stratford as their sunshine parties return for another season. With eleven hours of cocktails, street food and excellent DJs every month, it's one of the best summer do's in town.
This May bank holiday, take part in an evening of community, drinking and eating in a welcoming environment. Eleven Balham is playing host to a night of delicious Japanese cuisine as Aloh take over for an unmissable dining experience.
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.
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.
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.
The only place to get your bank holiday antics underway, this quirky brunch brings you five hours of non-stop musical theatre hits, alongside bottomless drinks and a delicious two course brunch.
Be transported back in time for one of the most different events of the year. Join Henry VIII in his court, as you feast on five courses with wine and beer throughout. Amongst the entertainment are brave sword-fighting knights, magicians, jugglers and minstrels. And once the night ends, you can all storm the dance floor with some more up-to-date tunes.
Add some sky-high brunching to your May Bank Holiday with this event at Altitude London SkyBar. The swish spot is cooking up a breakfast feast, with the option to add bottomless beer and prosecco, along with hanging around after for a movie pop-up.
Big beats and beaut drinks are what's in store at Blues Kitchen Brixton this May bank holiday weekend as the London Afrobeat Collective head to the stage for a night of music that is sure to put as much hair on your chest as their whisky will.
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.
The London Cabaret Club bring a never before seen show to the city this May Bank Holiday as they celebrate the weekend with a cabaret night in honour of all things British: think song, think dance, think of something a little saucy.
Cowboys (and cowgirls) looking for something unique to do this May Bank Holiday in London shouldn't be shy a spur or three as the Moonshine Saloon brings you Western themed drinks in a quirky setting. Yee to the haw.
Think you know your tequila? Get on the London Passport Agave train as taste your way through some of London's best bars. Giving you access to 15 cocktails from as little as £15, this is the ultimate pass for any and all cocktail lovers.
COYA knows how to party and they're throwing a doozy for Cinco de Mayo with a totally bottomless brunch complete with cocktails and canapes alongside a delicious meal in the COYA dining area with performers and live music.
Taking place over Saturday and Sunday, RE:IMAGINE is changing the way you experience your favourite albums. Celebrating 50 Cent, Kanye and Jay Z, the nights will be an orchestral rendition of their famous songs.
With bottomless drinks, delicious brunch dishes and cocktails from just a fiver, this West End spot is hosting quite the bank holiday party. On top of that, you can request songs to be played by a live band, before DJs provide the soundtrack to your Sunday night.
Spandex and sassy throwback hits take of Oslo in East London this May 5th as the Lyrca 80s Party promises a nostalgic and naughty night of big hair anthems and dancers until the early hours of the morning.
The Dalston Roof Park rooftop has had something of an overhaul this season (think new drinks alongside those same brilliant views), and they're celebrating with a mega Bank Holiday rooftop bar. All you need to do? Is be there.
Thought that the bottomless brunch was bang on trend? There's a new contender, and it's the bottomless Sunday lunch. Join Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel for all the British trimmings alongside bottomless drinks.
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.
Celebrate Easter the grown-up way with The Chocolate Cocktail Club in Shoreditch. You'll get to sip your way into the bank holiday with kooky creations and chocolate twists on classic cocktails, because what is Easter without the sweet stuff?
Bringing you the very best in Trap, Hip Hop, Garage and more across three different areas, TURNT returns to FEST for an night of dancing and club classics that will help make the most of your May bank holiday in London. There's also a line-up of cheesy pop and Grease singalongs over the weekend.