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 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. 

For more ideas? Why not check out our guide to pop-up bars and pop-up restaurants in London.

Last updated on 17th December 2020




Tobacco Dock has never looked so cool with Skylight. The rooftop space is set for all seasons, from petanque and croquet during the summer through to igloos and ice skating in the winter.

Hip Hop Brunch LDN

531 user reviews 4

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. 

GIN-HOUSE BURLESQUE

108 user reviews 4

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.

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.

The 90's Brunch

208 user reviews 3

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.

Nestled next to Spitalfield you'll find Crispin, a dinky all-day restaurant dishing up low intervention wines and modern cuisine from a regularly-changing roster of guest chefs. But it's not just the food that'll leave you impressed - the building itself is an architectural wonder, made from glass and zinc and taking the form of an asymmetric pavillion.