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Pop Up Events in London
The London pop-up, it sure is a thing of beauty. From a myriad of spaces transformed into unique bars and creative cocktail caverns, to pop up restaurants in London that hark of new dishes and set designs that could take you to a world completely different from our own; every day, there's a new pop-up event attempting to push the boundaries. Check out our recommendations for the best pop up events in London.
With it's retro candy cocktails, delicious food and UV murals, Ballie Ballerson would be one London's best venues even without the one million ball play pit! This pop up event creates the ultimate adult playground for you to release your inner child, and even hosts a regular bottomless brunch.
Get ready for a rollercoaster of culinary delights as Chambers of Flavour returns for its third round of wacky dining, crazy immersive rooms and one of the most unique experiences in London this year.
One of the best pop ups in London this summer, the Fulham Beach Club brings you all manner of activities to enjoy, from beer pong to bottomless brunch and some delicious BBQ food.
Little Nan is a name that rings in the ear of quirky Londoners. One of the coolest, if not cutest pop up events in London, Little Nan's are not only transforming spaces into kitsch and quirky wonderlands of trinkets and treasure, there's teapot cocktails and pic'n'mix to boot.
Popping up all over the city, Last Night a Speed Date Changed My Life is the perfect way to meet other young creatives in a fun, friendly and relaxed environment. Don't worry, there's no pressure and no cringe – just good people.
See yourself in a completely new way with this fun and unique class at Drink, Shop & Do. An expert will be on hand to show you how to craft your very own Jumping Jack Doll - made in your image - along with providing drinks and a socialable atmosphere.
Head to Hoxton Hall for Ms Paolini's Phantasmagoria of quirky performance and modern-day variety acts. With theatre, comedy and creative oddities, it's one of the most intriguing cabarets in London.
Back to fill those long summer months with grilled meat and toasted marshmallows, Jimmy's BBQ Club returns to the South Bank for more delicious food and stunning views of the cpaital.
Get ready for London night out Utopia as Musical Bingo lands in London with its notorious events. From dancing on tables to singing along to absolute belters, this is one night not to miss.
Roll back the clock at the 90s Brunch, undoubtedly one of London's quirkiest pop-up events. Armed with great tasting, home-cooked food, the team behind this brunch session are maestros when it comes to creating a party vibe. From lip sync battles to huge DJ sets, you'll hear all your favourite 90s tracks at this fun London day event.
Popping up for four dates, this event is a must-try for all whisky lovers. Deanston Single Malt will be showcasing some of their best bottles, all alongside a supper club which includes quirky dishes such as whisky caramel chocolate pasta, and a n old fashioned masterclass.
You better brunch with the best soundtrack, as you're treated to a delicious three course African meal, an hour of bottomless cocktails, and with the hottest afrobeat performers and dancers to keep you entertained throughout.
Popping up all over London, Nicole Line's creative workshops will help you develop techniques in a variety of classes – from screen printing to metallic print – as well as how to source materials, use equipment and more in a mixed ability group.
Popping up in east London for one day only, this unique event is bringing you German food, tonnes of beer and lots of lederhosen. Alongside fairground rides and drag hosts, you'll also find parformances and cabaret from a lineup including Ginger Johnson, Dave the Bear and Grace Shush.
Howdy partner- have you got what it takes to survive in the Wild West? There's only one way to find out at this immersive secret pop-up which will knock you up moonshine cocktails and keep you on your toes with games of dice.
Pitch Stratford is just a stone's throw away from Stratford station and your new favourite pop-up event in London, with a weather-proof urban garden, street food vendors, an enviable events schedule, and tonnes of games from giant jenga to table tennis, you'll probably never want to leave.
This cute and quirky London pop up offers one of the best ways to see in spring in the city. Warm yourself around a crackling campfire while you sip of botanical cocktails and chow down on tasty street food.
Taking over Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen is Gospeloke, the most fun you can have in one day. Release your inner-Whitney as you belt out some of your favourite songs to the sound of a gospel choir. There's also going to be euphoric sing-a-long confessionals, team harmonies and awards for best performances.
This cute and quirky London pop up event at the Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club is a great way to get your creative juices flowing. Grab a couple of drinks and have a go at sketching some real life cabaret and burlesque performers at this fun South London event.
This pop up festival is all about the beer, as Heist Bank is serving up lashings of the hoppy stuff. From tap takeovers and special seasonal releases to one-off workshops and beer yoga, there's something for everyone.
Get down and get diggity, and that's before dinner's even on the hob. One of the most unique pop up events in London and giving you brunch lovers a little something special to live for, join Hip Hop Club not only for top brunch bites, but fake tattoos, karaoke, inflatables and plenty more.
Brockley's Rivoli Ballroom will be hosting this fun pop up cinema event from February through to September. Catch screenings of some iconic movies such as Pulp Fiction, Pretty Woman and Clueless at this South London cinema event.
This immersive drinking experience sees you smuggle in a bottle of your favourite alcohol so you can have one of the inmates mix you up some fabulous cocktails. But in a land of bribery and contraband, you have to make sure you aren't caught.
Brixton's gonna be popping off, because the sold-out Proseccoville is back for round two and there's going to be a fine selection of the fizzy stuff, entertainment, music and street food stalls to mop it all up.
Get an inside glimpse at the Little Blue Door kitchen at this cool and quirky cocktail class. Whip up some simple cocktails for any occasion and even try your hand at crafting your own signature drink - the winning concoction will be added to the menu for the month.
When was the last time you genuinely spent less than £5 on the cinema? Our betting is NEVER. So why not indulge in all of your cult classics and film favourites for that humble price? Found in The Clapham Grand, there's a super screen, popcorn and a post-movie party for one and for all.
Gin-House Burlesque is popping up at this suave private members club and you're invited. Think fire-eating, snake-charming, impressive cabaret acts, sexy burlesque performers and special guests.
After a series of sellout pop ups, Kitchen Table is back and this time, they've roped in East London Liquor Company to bring you a lavish 6-course dinner tailored to match a selection of premium whiskies. With local suppliers and artisan producers, you can expect a superb set up.
When it comes to pop ups in London, you can't get much better than a summer time rooftop party. This monthly series brings London's best DJs to Soho, spinning tunes to take you from night to day.
If you're passionate about contemporary art, then take the opportunity to get close and personal with some of its biggest players at this supper club. The night will host a number of artists, who will be mingling with the group over three courses at Scarlett Green.
It's the early 20th Century and you are aboard the maiden journey of the Murdér Express: on this historic journey you'll sip on fantastic drinks, eat food from MasterChef finalists Billy and Jack, and watch as the drama unfolds around you.
We all love a good bottomless brunch, but sometimes the usual stuff just doesn't cut it. Well, that's all about to change because this quirky brunch is bringing you disco tunes, bottomless cocktails and a delicious 2-course brunch feast in a secret location.
Taking great influence from Nina Simone, this stunning vocalist and songwriter will be taking to the Boisdale of Canary Wharf stage to wow the crowds with her stunning vocal stylings and story telling.
With buttermilk-fried chicken from Edinburgh, Thai food from Brum and bao all the way from Manchester making appearances at this foodie pop up, you're going to want to get your hands on some of the best dishes from across the country.
Coming to Southbank's best pop up theatre and comedy festival, the House of Burlesque returns to the Underbelly stage for daring acts from some of the best performers on the London cabaret scene.
From jumping into a giant ballpit through to some of the cheesiest tunes ever, FEST Camden is bringing all sorts of fun to North London. Join the new club for a range of club nights that won't break the bank.
Drink your way through Mexico's booze heritage, as you enjoy artisan spirits, Mexican craft beer, Mexican wine, a whole street food arena and cultural showcases, all while dancing all night to the sound of live music.