Something A Little Different
Recommended fun bars in London for something a little different for a night out in London. With different scenes like Shoreditch, Camden, Soho, Mayfair, Notting Hill, Brixton and Clapham to choose from, London isn't short of destination bars, pubs and clubs. But whether it's a special occasion like a stag or hen do or a birthday, sometimes you're just looking for something different, something cool and quirky. We pick our favourite fun bars in London for a quirky and different night in London. If you're looking for other quirky and fun events, check out our Events in London guide!
Last updated on 24th October 2016
Not short of charming aesthetics and quaint character, The Walrus Room is like a Victorian themed emporium of vintage delights, where you'll find taxidermy in cabinets, old birdcages hanging from the ceilings and some hella creative mixology. Sup on cocktails, tuck into delectable seafoods and take in the low-lit ambience of this unique bar in London.
Set in the stunning Grade II listed building, Proud Cabaret in Camden is a capsule of 1920s elegance and sex appeal. Feathers flutter across the stage here with burlesque and cabaret shows the weekends entertainment. Experience the total excess of this venue and don't miss out on this unique thing to do in London.
If there's anything Little Nan can do, it's hook you up with something different to do in London. Little Nan is offering up her shop of Summer inspired partying to help you get over the Winter hump. Taking to a secret South London location underneath a Caribbean pub, Little Nan will be hosting her traditional spread of kitsch fun and vintage nonsense with a little tropicana infused fun thrown in.
Come over and get your fix of Latina flair at this gem of a Soho party bar. With flamboyant interiors, exotic tequila drinks and a lovely choice of Spanish bites, Barrio is a tropical oasis with a lovely atmosphere making for a quirky place to drink in London. Share a few plates with your mates, knock back a few of their corking cocktails or find your way to the dance floor, where a mix of live bands and DJs play until 1am.
Basically a full-on party in a pub quiz format; Sounds Familiar is well-known as one of London’s most popular and raucous nights out. Join them on NYE for more of the same debauchery - they’ll play the clips, you’ll write down the song names and by the end you’ll find everybody up on the tables, drink in hand, singing and dancing the night away. It’s ridiculously good fun - and DJ Al will keep those party vibes going with more party tunes once the Quiz is all wrapped up.
More than just an events venue, The London Cabaret Club combines fine dining with an innovative, interactive cabaret experience. Boasting a traditionally British theme that runs throughout, both the menu and the show here celebrate the rich heritage of British culture; both past and present. With exquisite dishes and a show packed full of West End stars, this promises to be quite the quirky night out in London.
Burger Bear is back and this time taking his penchant for patty's and partying to new heights, above Old Street Station. Transforming this space with shipping containers and one heavy sound system, he has created a disco diner space of the ultimate trifecta: eats, beats and booze. Pop down for a burger or a piece of Prawnography action as you relish in this cool place to drink in London.
This is not 'just a game'. And this is no place for amateurs. So, get your team of best brains together; you're gonna need all the man power you can get to crack this case and escape Lady Chastity's boudoir. Those lucky enough to escape will get their hands on her infamous bottle of reserve wine. It all hangs in the balance of this quirky London event. The Four Thieves also host this immersive game if you want to check it out down South.
Bit of a party animal but like a good workout too? Boy, have we got the event for you as Morning Gloryville are back with their hugely popular 'Rave your way into the day' sessions. Start your day by getting loud and lairy to some of the best dance tunes, stretch out at a yoga class or pummel out any pain with a massage.
Soho is a place steeped in lustrous history, from its red light past to its Madame Jojo's legend, it's London's undisputed bleeding heart for decadent entertainment and unbridled glamour. Enter the Rah Rah Rooms. With a stage set for feathers, gorgeous ladies and burlesque romps it's the ultimate fantasy for a taste of something a little different in London.
This internationally-acclaimed magician is hosting a series of events from the opulent Grand Royal, promising baffling tricks, old school charm and a massively captivating performance. A great quirky London event for those looking to try something a little off-kilter, your ticket also includes a 'magic cocktail' on arrival.
Alfred Le Roy opens up its canal cruising doors this spring and summer in London as one of the city's most unique, floating bars is offering cocktail enthusiasts an event to remember. Join your chums aboard this Hackney cruiser and wind down the canals, seeing all the lovely sites on the way.
In 1848, the infamous Baron fled to London shrouded in scandal, his every action prompting outrage on the streets. He landed a date with the gallows - only to escape and develop his mythical reputation by befriending the likes of Disraeli, Brunel and Nightingale. Popularly referred to as The Escapologist - he now has a bar paying homage to his exploits - a basement bar styled as part Victorian men’s club, part Masonic Lodge. Expect cocktails, authentic design and cheese-drenched pizzas at this inventive and intriguing Covent Garden drinking joint.
Offering the gentle buzz of a coffee shop by day and the draw of a stylish cocktail bar by night, Love Die Late undergoes a physical transformation when the sun goes down. Stop in on your way to work for some freshly roasted coffee, then head back at quitting time for a few innovative cocktail creations whipped up by head bartender Eric Tinca.
A funky playground of circus-themed cavorts and cocktails in Old Street certainly fits the bill for somewhere a little different in London. Don't mind the zebra unicorn or the taxidermy monkey in a waistcoat, Cirque mean business when it comes to creative mixology. Knock back their killer liquor blends and then take to the dance floor in the basement for some late night frolics.
Get hands on this summer in London as Nicole Line presents some of the most unique events in the capital. Arts and crafts forward, head on down for a roster of tie-dye classes and screen printing events in the city.
Bursting full of soul and with bagfuls of splendid melodies, the Piano Works in Farringdon has changed the way East London experiences live music. The team behind this venture take guests back to a time when couples danced in pairs to the latest swing sensation and turn this Victorian warehouse into a haven of stellar singing and dubious dancing. Look no further for a quirky London night out.
For an alternative night out in London, heading to Acton may not be your first port of call. But it should be because it's where you'll find Aeronaut and their pub turn brewery turn beer garden turn restaurant turn circus big top tent extravaganza. Yes, you can truly dabble in it all as you're dazzled by balancing acts, comedians, aerial artists and acrobats at large.
With orders placed via sleek tablets and tabletops that you customise with your own images, Inamo is the place to be for an interactive dining experience in London. Check in on executive chef Jon Claro and his team via chef cam, you’ll find them conjuring up all kinds of pan-Asian tapas plates as well as a healthy choice of sushi and sashimi options. Check in at the downstairs bars for Oriental-themed cocktails afterwards.
The ultimately kitsch and oh-so-charming cocktail haven known as Simmons has to be a consideration when looking for somewhere unusual to drink in London. Something of a contemporary version of your nan's lounge, Simmons Fitzrovia is bathed in a neon ambience, where the cocktails pack quite a punch served in queen decorated china and the shelves are stacked with random memorabilia.
Farmopolis is located at the end of the jetty at the Greenwich Peninsula, and on top of its beautiful views and botanical feel, also promises a series of thought-provoking talks, local produce at their cafe and restaurant, and brilliantly-bespoke drinks at the bar. This is a unique South London bar you need to discover.
Offering guests an experience like no other, Jonatan Staniec will host a weekend of workshops all revolving around leather treatment. Designed specifically for beginners, Staniec will walk guests through a series of techniques used to treat leather, before allowing guests to create their own leather product. Using both traditional technique and a number of leather-making tools, there's no better way to learn a new, interesting skill than this intriguing workshop.
Offering East London's busy crowds a serene way to start their day, Zara Pittman hosts a suave yoga class based on the 17th floor of the M for Montcalm Hotel in Shoreditch. Framed by the therapeutic views of a sunrise over London, guests will first take part in a calming yoga class, before being given a breakfast box of delicious granola, constructed by Michelin star chef Anthony Demetre. Full of deep breaths and some of the best sights in London, start your day in an idyllic way at this wonderful, early-morning event.
With Autumn now upon us, the team at the London Shuffle Club offer guests a chance to escape the wet weather, opening up their impressive 8 courts to the wider public. A cross between ten pin bowling and curling, guests will first be taught the basics about Shuffleboard in a series of quick tutorials before trying out the sport on their exclusive 22ft table Shuffleboard. With plenty of American comfort food and range of crafted cocktails on offer, who knows, in a few years you might find yourself on the pro circuit.
A Moroccan wonderland of belly dancing babes, Arabian entertainments and fragrant foods is what Kenza is all about. Take a seat on their plump, metallic cushions and experience a palate of Middle Eastern delights at this quirky restaurant in London. With classic Lebanese food and a dedicated cocktail lounge, you are guaranteed to leave this restaurant with a stomach full of great flavours and a smile etched across your face..
Let's be honest, there are not cat and dog people, there are only cat video people; so what if you could celebrate the very best of them? Join Catnip Festival this November as they come at you with one of the first fully fledged cat video themed parties in the city, live performers and music as standard.
For all the art lovers out there, be sure to head to Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes in Shoreditch where their quirky London bar lies in wait. Bursting full of character and beautifully decorated, this cosy nook combines delicious cocktails and stoned baked pizzas with beautiful art installations and inspiring exhibitions. Expect fantastic colours, irresistible drinks and a night you won't forget anytime soon.
Argentine chef Martin Milesi is making waves in the culinary world with his unique concept: twelve guests, one table. Set in the beautiful St Pancras Clock Tower, this intimate dining pop-up will feature six-courses of delicious Latin American food, South American wine and a welcome cocktail.
Combining huge beats with probably the most intense workout of your life, the Ministry of Sound hosts a handful of fun gym classes this November. With DJs playing all your favourite bass-heavy tracks, lasers bringing the walls to life and some of the nation's most sought after instructors leading the class, you'll crunch, curl and plank your way to the dance floor at this intriguing event. This event is perfect for anyone looking to shake up their workout and try something a little different in London.
Get away from the traditional Central London night out at this East London ping pong hub. The Bat and Ball is a bit off the beaten path and something a little different for a night out in London. Grab your table tennis racquets and have your taste buds ready. This East London bar has a 'Games Hall' ready for your best shot, equipped for twelve ping pong tables, and a pizzeria loaded with slices to satisfy your drunk munchies.
How's this for a night out - cake, Paul Hollywood masks and six-hours of Bake Off *gasps*. The Grand in Clapham are going all sentimental as the show leaves the beeb for Channel 4; there's going to be tears, there's going to be laughter and it's going to be the best damn night of our lives.
Having stunned audiences before with his intriguing and thrilling immersive theatre events, Reuben Feels returns to the Hoxton Hall in East London, this time serving up a story that explores what finding love is like in a dystopian society. With a strict 'blue jeans and white t-shirt' dress code, this thrilling story will be set in a match-making institution, where each guest will find out the price of their love in a world that's been turned on its head.
Bringing some variety to the Clapham nightlife scene is Venn Street Records, a vinyl-clad, rock ‘n’ roll drinkers den fitted with vintage music memorabilia. Track down the large neon sign outside and follow the sounds of the live bands and DJ sets inside, there’s happy hour offers every day and #CheapDate deals that offer 2 drinks and 2 pizzas for £15 between Sundays and Wednesdays.
Ceilidh, a traditional Celtic gathering, is back in a big way but this time it's local ale fuelled and soundtracked by Fiddle Pardiddle, a high-octane ceilidh band. Grab colleagues, a dates or friends and get on the dance floor as a caller shouts out moves and instructions.
An intimate brasserie and wine bar tucked away in Kennington, nobody’s debating Toulouse Lautrec’s rep as one of the best places to catch live music in south London. Tailor-made for date night, come by for food and drinks with bohemian Parisian vibes while a 9-piece band playing anything from jazz to swing and funk to soul plays some silky smooth tunes into the evening.
Just when you thought a silent masquerade disco wasn't quirky enough, the team behind the Chelsea Harbour Hotel infuse retro-gaming into the fold. Boasting stunning 360 degree views of London's skyline, guests will have a chance to relive the golden era of Sonic gaming. Four Sega consols will be on hand, with games like Sonic, Tekkan and Street Fighter taking you back to your youth. Completing the night, the silent disco will have everyone swinging and swaying long into the early hours.
Looking for a unique London night out? Natural Born Storytellers invites you to share your best stories, your most memorable moments, and your most hilarious of happenings, on a range of different topics. They have set hosts, and members of the audience can get involved too. Got a story? Share it at this intriguing London event.
Rolling back the clock to a time of flared trousers, hidden speakeasies and bustling dance halls, the team at the Arcola Theatre in Dalston offer their guests a brilliant way to spend their next Friday night in London. Perfect for those looking for something a little different, guests can first dance the charleston or do the lindy hop at a fun loving dance night, before watching a live band of jazz musicians fill the air with electric energy.
Covered head to toe in cool, The Exhibit’s got a little bit of everything going on. There’s beaut cocktails and freshly prepared British food for starters, but it’s probably the eclectic entertainment that you’d know it best for. There’s weekend comedy, life drawing classes and cutting-edge art exhibitions to look forward to, as well as cool London screenings from the inbuilt independent cinema.
Plans for a nice cosy movie night? Scrap 'em, and head to this. With a quite frankly enormous screen (24ft wide, to be precise), The Grand shows a number of cult classic films with plenty of themed quirks on the side - for just £1! There’s usually free popcorn and prizes for fancy dress, while your ticket includes entry to the after party (continuing until 3am) once the film is finished.
Herman ze German always offers a fun, lively night out and this October their expanding on that with their Oktoberfest offering. A £35 ticket to their Oktoberfest will get you a huge sharing platter of different German charcuterie and a stein of beer or cocktail.
For something a little different in London, why not try disco yoga. That's right folks, a combination of disco AND yoga for the health conscious who also like to party hard. Join in with this fun and uplifting yoga class which includes a super food cocktail or mocktail to refuel after.
Get ready to be trapped in a room with a zombie as Trapped bring their latest escape room. Work in a team of six to solve a series of puzzles and challenges as a chained zombie inches closer and closer to you.
Roof East is Stratford’s multi-purpose hangout for drinks, events and open-air cinema overlooking the Olympic Park. It’s a beautiful hangout if you had your sights set on some summertime lounging, with a street food menu from a Hawksmoor chef and tasty cocktails served while yoga sessions and Rooftop Film Club events are held.
Always fresh, innovative and colourful, Christabel’s throws among the most creative pop-up experiences in London. Casting their net as wide as Mad Hatter’s brunches, edible playgrounds and botanical speakeasies, each of these immersive drinking and dining experiences is held from a stunning location overlooking Regent’s Canal.
Inspired by the timeless comedy of shows like ‘Allo Allo and Dad’s Army, you are cordially invited to accept your position as a secret agent for the French Resistance of 1943. Immerse yourself in a world of secret agents, gadgets and gizmos as you receive your briefing and get stuck into your secret missions. Keep up that French accent - the Gestapo will get suspicious otherwise - and finish the night with a 3-course menu in the Bistro and a swing dance after party til late.
Oriole is one undeniably cool place to drink in London. Sister site to the multi award-winning Nightjar speakeasy, Oriole’s exotic influences ensure you’ll be sipping at cocktails mixed with creativity, flair and the finest in tropical ingredients. As well as tasting menus, the experience comes rounded off by a live music programme featuring jazz, swing and blues.
Little Nan is the queen of kitsch, and she’s extending her stay in Peckham until the end of February. Her Tropical Den is a vintage Caribbean playground, full of interesting nooks, crannies and cocktails served via intricate teapots to show you how to try something a little different in London. Tickets for afternoon tea are just £25, inclusive of plenty of sweet and savoury treats and two cocktails per person.
It’s White Lyan’s pioneering approach to the art of cocktail curation that makes it one of the hottest properties in town. They’ve kicked any suggestions of ice, fruits and bottled brands to the kerb and instead conjure up something tasty using their own Mr Lyan spirits and fresh ingredients. Get the ball rolling with a Beeswax Old Fashioned and you'll quench your thirst for an unusual cocktail bar in London.
There's going to the cinema and then there's watching a film with Backyard Cinema. The events company puts on one hell of a show with live music, actors and incredible locations to transport viewers into the film. This year they have been inspired by the lost world to create a jungle themed-set complete with temples and vegatation.
Welcome to Christabel’s Edible Playground, where playing with your food is actively encouraged. Held from a secret and homely location that overlooks Regent’s Canal, join Christabel and a handful of guests in interacting with all the items on the menu. You’ll build our own quinoa sandcastles, paint your ginger honey chicken and devour shortbread jenga in a cool and unique setting.
Jack the Ripper has just taken the life of his fifth victim. The streets of Whitechapel are consumed by fear and everyone's looking over their shoulders. Rolling back the clock to 1888, Suspects, Lunatics and Leather Aprons is an immersive theatre event that's sure to leave a lasting impact on London. Whether you're an inspector for Scotland Yard, a local vigilante hoping to safeguard your neighbourhood or a simple Londoner living on the dangerous streets, this fascinating event is perfect for anyone hoping to try something a little different in London this November.
Opening its doors to douse you in all its allure, the Victorian Bath House is an esteemed venue with all the makings of a cool and quirky London bar. Experience the exclusivity of this Grade II listed space and you'll be indulging in the finest food and drink in richly dressed interiors made for decadence and luxury.
It’s not every day you get the chance to jet down the Thames, cocktail in hand, while watching the sunset over the city. Thames Lates invite you on board for one of the most unforgettable experiences of the summer, jetting you down the river while you take in the sights like you’ve never seen them before. There’s a summer soundtrack curated by a top Hackney DJ, drinks from the London Cocktail Club and award-winning comedian guides to keep you entertained.
Social gaming and drinking just got a whole lot more fun, as did your repertoire of unusual things to do in London. Gone are the days of ping pong bars, this is the new revolution, the new era of darts. Welcome to Flight Club. Changing all pre-conceptions of what you think darts is about, it's not all balding men in waistcoats here. It's the darts digital age where you play games and your score is calculated for you. Now that's a bullseye.
Serving beautiful cava and tapas in the heart of the City, Copa De Cava is a Mediterranean oasis in tune with the finest Bodegas in Catalonia. Head on over for a sharing plate or two, gleefully washed down with something from their exceptional cava list. There’s plenty of Spanish craft beer and wine to consider in your effort to try something a little different in London.
When it comes to doing something unique in London, nothing quite does it like scaring yourself senseless. Join the Ghastly Ghost Tour as they embark on some of the scariest sights in the city, regaling all their favourite spooky tales along the way.
Dating way back to 1780, The White Cross is an historic and legendary boozer on the edges of the Thames in Richmond. Known for their great ales, home-cooked food and rugby on the big screen, it’s open from 10am and offers something no matter what vibe you’re after. Check out their mouth-watering Sunday lunches or just cruise by for a drink after work; dogs are of courese welcome too!
Filling their venue with wonderful props, enchanting furniture and a few Mad Hatters, the team at Drink Shop Do have paired up with the team at Impossible Things Entertainment, serving a Disney themed brunch that's sure to leave you full of nostalgia. With a number of great prizes and free shots to be won during their Disney quiz, and bottomless Bloody Marys and glasses of champagne on offer until the early afternoon, this fun-loving brunch is perfect for anyone looking to try something a bit different this September.
Indulge yourself in one of the most terrifying tales and truths of our time as this tour promises to separate fact from fiction, and immerse you in the world of one of the most deadly names in history. Get set for one seriously blood curdling adventure.
Forget something a little different and try something very different with It's Unknown's immersive events. From musical bingo to an interactive comedy party, the events company is taking over London with their brand of silly humour and fun, AND they're offering two tickets for the price of one, Londoners may you never be bored again!
Strong cocktails, a dressing up box and tons of power ballad anthems makes for one lively night out in London. Get your mates together and engage your inner pop-star; there’s thousands of songs for you to pick between and an adoring crowd awaits. Naturally perfect for fun-loving birthday shindigs, you can also add a cocktail masterclass to your package and make a real event of it!
A mega pub in Battersea, The Four Thieves puts together something cool to do in London with its buzzing atmosphere and social drinking atmosphere spread over several rooms and two floors. Whether you're looking for an immersive clue solving game, to race some cars or just sample some of their own craft beer, it's all available under one roof at this unique joint.
What if we told you it was possible to immerse yourself in a virtual reality world, where your senses are heightened to take your beer-drinking experience to another level completely? Introducing Innis & Gunn, who have collaborated with the cognitive neuroscientist - Dr Jacob Jolij - to enhance the whole tasting experience in a powerful way. As if this innovative concept wasn’t already enough - Ikigai’s Michelin-trained chefs have designed a paired bar menu to go with each of the beers on show.
You can't have a good Halloween without a pumpkin carving and Drink Shop & Do are upping the stakes with their Sparkling Pumpkin Carving. A glass of Veuve Clicquot will be on hand to help with the creative inspiration, and the action is taking place in the King's Cross bar's fun party venue.
London’s famous Ice Bar is the only place in the UK that allows you to sink a few cocktails in an igloo-like environment where everything is frozen solid. Knock back a cheeky few concoctions in a chilled atmosphere (sorry), then head downstairs for dinner and drinks in the warm restaurant area. You can't get much more of a cool place to drink in London... geddit?
Join the Nest Collective as they gather around the campfire for an alfresco evening of drinks, music and entertainment. Each event will feature different performers to keep you entertained, and you can expect plenty of sing-a-long tunes and gripping story-telling from the special guests. Leave the stresses of the city behind and join a group of like-minded people for drinks and performers in the great outdoors!
Fans of this multi-award winning pop-up will know all about Nan’s quirky nature, and she’s completely transformed the Rio Cinema into a kitsch haven featuring antique furniture, bespoke cocktails and 90s treats. Book in for a 2-hour slot of bottomless teapot cocktails and unlimited pic ‘n’ mix in one of the most unusual pop-up experiences in London.
Lock-in Lunch is fresh onto the London scene, promising outstanding food and nostalgic tunes. Warm up for the night with a couple of drinks at the bar before tucking into a sharing food menu of classic Italian pasta and risotto dishes. The nostalgic party soundtrack spans motown, soul, indie and house, and things usually turn pretty boozy as the prosecco starts to flow. From 7pm it’s all about those resident DJs, who play 80s electronica and early house tunes ‘til late.
A heaving, meaty mess of Deep South BBQ and music of the soul persuasion describes Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch. Dose up on heart-stopping recipes of burgers, pulled pork stacks and other Americana inspired treats as Blues is a carnivore's nirvana. The epic venue also plays host to live music of all funky, brass band and Motown sizes for one cool restaurant bar in London.
Dress your dapper best for this seductive little soiree as you're about to be taken back to the bygone days of the 1920s where speakeasies were the standard and beaded garms were the glamour. Discover this alternative night out in London, sup on bespoke cocktails and dance to classic Jazz music at this Golden Age party of excess and debauchery.
Nestle down into a pew and soak up everything on offer at the St Marylebone Parish Church this Autumn. Alongside washing a sense of nostalgia over all its guests by screening the hilarious Sister Act, the centre-piece of this event will be the stunning live gospel choir and band, playing all the quavering notes and singing all the idyllic harmonies of this feel-good film's soundtrack.
Giant maypoles, wicker masks and brass icons converge to create an eccentric spirit at the Hand of Glory. Projecting a colourful exhibition of British folk culture, it’s your place for rural ciders from some of the UK’s best independent brewers, a cocktail menu fronting Seven Deadly Gins and a fresh menu influenced by award-winning chef Mark Edwards. They don't get much cooler than this.
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. With all your favourite drinks served at the bar and all proceedings accompanied by the soulful sounds of the Gin House band, you definitely won't forget this experience in East London.
When was the last day you had a proper pop night? Well get ready to be fully immersed with the queen of pop as The Grand goes Britney. Kicking off with a showing of Crossroads and then going on to a disco of all her best hits.
Less of a pub quiz, more of a rowdy disco, Sounds Familiar is great fun from minute one. Useless trivia is no good here, it’s all about scribbling down songs and artists played out loud, and having a right old sing-along in the mean time. A unique night out in London for the extroverts, Sounds Familiar will have you dancing on the tables and belting out your favourite tunes long into the night.
Bringing the raucous romps from the high lands of Scotland, Fiddle Paradiddle are hosting a feisty hoo-hah with one of the wildest Ceilidh bands out there, Ceilidh Night. Get ready to murder it on the dance floor and work up a sweat - this dancing is serious. So stretch, lunge, do what you need to do and get ready to make some shapes at this fun night out in London.
The Schoolhouse whisks you down memory lane for a trip back in time. Something of a playground for adults, this quirky little number serves delicious food from classic dinner trays and cocktails whipped up straight from the science lab. Good for all-day dining in Battersea, the restaurant is a charming space with a unique theme, and they host popular boozy brunch sessions every month.
A far cry form your usual swilling affair, Oddbins offer something a little different in London when it comes to tutored tastings. Whether you want to learn about and drink wine, beer, spirits or some other liquor (do we hear whiskey?), the Oddbins team will tailor their event service around whatever you desire whilst simultaneously bringing some fun quizzes and games to the table too.
At first you were just called up to investigate a company building biological weapons, but now the situation is way more serious. Zombies are now roaming the streets of London, growing in number and hungry for blood; and it’s your job to think, run and evade your way to survival. The trend for interactive and immersive games continues to grow, and this could be the most terrifying to come to London yet...
There's an air of oriental mystique about Fu Manchu; this Dumpling palace turn late night party bar is a wonderland of fragrant cuisine and crafty mixology. This South London bar is a low lit cavern of cavorting, Pan-Asian influenced chomping and midnight dancing all rolled into one for a cool place for dinner and drinks in London.
All Star Lanes is no ordinary bowling alley. Inviting you to “step into the golden age of America”, there’s more than the occasional touch of faded glamour and quirky eccentricity at this Bayswater hangout. There are six lanes in the main hall so get your mates together for a game or two, then grab a booth and look forward to drinks and an Americana feast.
The Top Secret Comedy Club has remained undetected by the masses for too long. We’re here to spill the beans once and for all, shouting from the rooftops about a comedy club that welcomes top notch comedians for a night of thigh-slapping, rip-roaring jokes. There’s an open bar serving cheap booze, an amazing atmosphere and the chance to meet lots of funny people along the way.
A globally famous institution based in the heart of Mayfair, a night out at The Playboy Club is lavish through and through. Featuring a world-class casino, fine dining facilities, decadent live music and plenty of sophisticated champagne towers, there’s an abundance of stylish activities to try here.
The Islington Metal Works hosts the prestigious Rumpus madcap tournament this December. The renowned brand has something of a reputation for throwing huge nights out in London, and is known to sell out in a matter of minutes. The evening will feature seven different rooms of live entertainment, from fun-loving DJ sets to jaw-dropping acrobat performances. The rota includes names like DJ Loki, DJ Jamie Moon, Buffo Wake and Mojo Hands. Trust us, it's going to be big.