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.
Last updated on 20th October 2016
When was the last time you experienced the magic of the morning? Never mind, because there's a pop up party in London giving it straight to you. A rave come sun up rather than sun down, Morning Gloryville is awash with sequins, colour and creative beans ready to dance, yoga and smoothie their way into the day.
It's a sport that's more than well known in Brooklyn and Miami, but when was the last time you genuinely took to a bout of shuffleboarding? Bringing the sport to the city this autumn, this London pop up is giving you something alternative to do on a night out with games, set design, creative cocktails and plenty more.
Being a secret agent is no easy feat, but there is a pop up theatre event in London looking to make it fun. Join the resistance with Shhh Maman Le Mot as you not only immerse yourself in actors, trials and tribulations, there's a dose of course led dining and interior theming that you're sure not to forget in a hurry.
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.
Don't head on over to the jungle, let the jungle come to you. One of the most creative pop up cinemas in London right now, Backyard Cinema's 'Lost World' series isn't just promoting a roster of fun adventure led films, there's quirky interiors, jungle design and swing ropes to lunge on.
A pop up dining experience in London like no other, get set for one of the most immersive supper clubs in the city. From theatre and music down to food, not only will you enjoy tuba solos and special guest performances, there's a five course meal courtesy of the heralded Lukasz Kiełbasiński.
The season has sprung into autumn and there's more delicious vegetables than ever to dose on, but what about a pop up food event in London that's putting them together into a stunning meal? Join the Homegrown Supper Club as this feast promises five courses of 'urban growth'.
When people talk of pop up supper clubs in London, there's one name that keeps taking to the top of the list and that's POPdown by Cuisson. A five course Asian menu that's both seasonal and to be savoured, get set for a dining experience that's set to enliven your tastebuds.
When was the last time you genuinely spend £1 on the cinema? Out 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.
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.
Some people say that you shouldn't play with your food, but frankly, Christabel's don't give a damn. One of the coolest London pop-ups that's proud of both food and creativity combined, get hands on at the Edible Playground as you are officially allowed to play and master the art of your food.
Dine in a denim atelier with one of the most incredible supper club events in London. Giving you a taste of Michelin food in a cool factory setting, this intimate pop-up dinner event in London is set to swirl your taste-buds and get you sharing memories around the table.
When it comes to a movie to sing along to, Sister Act is the ultimate, but what if you could do that in a cool pop-up setting with a live gospel choir and band to boot? Funnily enough, Amacoast Cinema are boasting just that. Bringing the movie alive and encouraging everyone to get stuck in, this is one worth belting out for.
Having curated some of London's best pop-ups in recent years, Jimmy Foraged opens his latest endeavour to the public this November, offering an unique dinner party in the cellar of a cosy South London wine shop. With 8 courses of exquisite food to enjoy and based in colourful surroundings, guests will be able to sample a selection of different wines (for an additional fee) at this wine-mad pop-up in London.
The King's Head Members Club opens its doors this November, hosting the Gin House Burlesque after yet another successful string of sold out shows. With a renowned line-up of fire-breathing, snake charming burlesque performers - including Miss Betsy Rose, Jolie Papillon and Miss Fatale - the audience will be stunned to silence by everything on offer here.