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 23rd June 2017
Throwing you into a secret world of gin and high jinx, Juniper Manor is an amazing pop-up in North London. Dress in your finest black and white and head over to the manor for an evening of exclusive cocktails by masters Sipsmith, munch on sharing plates and get ready for a whole host of surprises.
You aren’t prepared for an immersive experience like this. Taking place in Central London’s notorious party neighbourhood, the people behind the sell-out Hell Hath Not Fury are inviting you to go on the ride of the summer. You’ll be given a set of instructions, a location and then be sent on the ride of your life.
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.
With rave reviews, an Olivier award nomination and sell-out success, there's no doubt the jaw-dropping splendour of Alice's Adventure Underground. Head to The Vaults in Waterloo to get lost in Waterloo, take tea with the Mad Hatter, decipher the Cheshire Cat's riddles and hang out with Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
There's two great things about London: the iconic landmarks and its clubbing scene, so how better to spend a night than by seeing both? Jump aboard The Golden Flame for a night of partying with a difference, sail past Big Ben and Tower Bridge all while getting down and dirty on the dancefloor to some seriously good tunes at the silent disco. Tickets have sold out for January but register your interest here to be one of the first to nab a new pair.
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 in either Shoreditch or Bloomsbury. 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.
Perfect for any amateur bakers out there, The Big London Bake is a quirky event taking place this summer, revolving around all the yeast-based fun of baking. Guests will be split into teams of two before being set a handful of baking tasks. Pipe your way to the top with this quirky event in South London.
Jay Gatsby formally invites you to his secret London party this July. Pull on your finest 1920s attire and head south to Gatsby's Drugstore on Pilgrimage Street. Perfect for anyone looking to try something a bit different in London, the night will revolve around amazing cocktails, dazzling live jazz music and plenty of frivolous fun.
Have you never played Shuffleboard before? It’s the game taking London by storm, being pretty much a mash up between ten pin bowling and curling, and it’s finally coming to Shoreditch. Come early and learn the rules on the two table shuffleboards, enjoying a cocktail or pizza, before renting out a lane for a group of your friends.
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.
Dressed as a tropical bar, the Tropicana Beach Club has become accustomed to dropping jaws and raising more than a few eyebrows. Covered by over 500 bird decorations, with huge palm trees stretching from the floor to the ceiling, a lagoon pool-style dance floor and various cabanas spread throughout, every aspect has been meticulously planned and arranged to transport everyone to a sun-drenched tropical beach. Alongside the menu of beach-grill inspired dishes on offer, the bartenders serve over 50 different types of rum and fruit infused cocktails.
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.
Bursting full of character and loaded with songs that pull you to the dance floor, the Piano Works in Farringdon has changed the way London experiences live music. The team behind this venture take guests back to a time when couples danced in pairs to the latest music sensation and turn this Victorian warehouse into a haven of stellar singing and dubious dancing. Look no further for a quirky London night out.
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! 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.
Who needs this 21st Century malarkey, when you could step back to the Victorian era at this quirky South London spot? Filled with vintage wares, retro maps, and a towering, plant covered conservatory, Powder Keg Diplomacy is perfect for dinner with a difference.
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.
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.
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!
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.
This isn’t just a normal festival: Lawndaze is something a bit weirder. Taking place in an 18th Century Manor, there’s everything from walled gardens, heated swimming pools, wood-fired hot tubs and an Enchanted Forest nightclub. Not only that, there will be street food vendors and even a Champagne afternoon tea.
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.
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.
Fiddle Paradiddle have a reputation for being one of London's quirkiest ceilidh band. Proving that and planting huge smiles on hundreds of faces, the group are hosting a series of events this summer revolving around traditional Scottish dancing. Teaching guests a handful of dance moves before putting them to practice, expect to see plenty of beaming smiles and a few left feet at this quirky London night out.
Step back to the streets of London with a night of food and drink in the iconic London dungeons. The venue will be touring you around as they tempt you with the seven deadly sins, from a torturers jerk chicken through to a cockney cocktail.
Putting a hilarious and ridiculous twist on your night out, head over to The Star of Kings as they host a spelling bee with a difference. Join The King's Cross pub for conundrums and brain teasers along with plenty of beer.
Experience yoga in a beautiful environment like no other with Sunrise Yoga. 37 floors high, the Sky Garden is hosting the event on their beautiful Fenchurch Terrace, with a class suitable for all levels and abilities. Afterwards, you’ll be treated to a delicious, healthy breakfast buffet and City Garden.
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.
You don't need to leave London for one of the hottest events of the summer as Neverland London brings a beach party to Fulham. With white sand, day beds, BYOB, sizzling street food pop-ups and all the fun of the seaside, this is one event not to miss this summer.
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.
Rather than art class, Studio Masterpiece is a fun art experience that combines learning with creating and socialising. The evenings follow various themes from Picasso-style painting through to sculpture, bring your drinks and nibbles and get ready to discover some inner talent.
Travel across London and uncover the bloody past of the city. With the help of Ouija boards, K2 meters, you will search for spirits and poltergeists in some of the scariest places in London, from abandon goal cells formally hosting the world’s worst serial killers to mountains of bodies that commuters walk on every day.
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.
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.
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.
If you go down to the woods today, you might just run into one of Pandemonium Theatre's spectacular productions. The group are staging their take on the fairy tales of the Grimm Brothers in Stoke Newington cemetery Abney park.
The masterminds behind Eat Grub have teamed up with Seb Holmes to create a number of thai-inspired dishes, all created using insects. Taking place at North London's San Daniele restaurant, this event will also offer guests a chance to taste a variety of cocktails created by Tomas Lenko from Strongman's Tipples, all themed around insects. This event is perfect for anyone looking to push themselves out of their comfort zone and try something new.
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.
With the Spirit of London ride, more celebrities than the Oscars and a Star Wars exhibition, Madam Tussauds is one of London's top attractions. Now it's offering you the chance to see the amazing waxworks without the kids and queues at their after-dark event which includes a glass of prosecco.
Take four different drinks and get ready to taste them in a way like never before as Pitch Black heighten your sense. The innovative experience plunges you into darkness so you taste the drinks like never before, all under the careful guidance of a drinks expert.
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.
If you want more evidence that London can offer something for everyone, then join SEA LIFE After Dark, an exclusive chance to visit the aquarium after-hours. The adults-only event means you can explore the Aquarium at your own pace, drink from the pop-up bars and even sip prosecco as you traverse the scary Shark Walk!
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.
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.
Saving the city from the flames of revolution is probably one of the most different things you can do in London. Combining immersive theatre with gaming, you must make moral and tactical decisions as leaders of factions in a civil war in order to shape the fate of the revolution. Who will you fight for?
The Pop-Up Opera is an experimental show that looks at flipping conventional opera on its head. Hosting shows across the capital in exciting place and intriguing surroundings, the group look to couple old with new. Giving things a fresh feel, the company offers Londoners two well known plays, Il Matrimonio Segreto from the 18th century and Hansel and Gretel. Trust us, this is one unique event in London you don't want to miss.
From a delicious three course meal through to table dancing and epic live entertainment, The Vaults in Waterloo are bringing Beauty and the Beast to life. Head to the atmospheric spot this winter for a night of magical fun that will sweep you off your feet.
Not only is Sunday Drunch Cruise a beautiful canal boat cruise down the River Lea, it also offers a range of drinks and brunch options to go alongside the sights. With cocktails, CRATE Brewery beers and cider, wines and spirits from the bar and food ready to order, all you need to do is sit back and enjoy the sights.
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.
All you need is a workable space and Aftermath, the immersive game, will come and whisk you and up to 19 people away to a world of mystery and intrigue. The game requires teamwork, concentration and problem solving skills, with two hours to save the world, simples.
For a wild summer party you're likely to be talking about for years to come, head to the M Masquerade Dinner Party this June. A night like no other, the evening will feature a live performance by burlesque superstar Vicky Butterfly, a great hula hoop routine by Silvia Pavone, and a showcase by world-record juggler Aaron Sparks. If that wasn't intriguing enough, the night will revolve around a hearty, immersive 4-course dinner.
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.
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.
This is an improv show like you’ve never experienced before! In this award-winning, critically acclaimed showdown, two teams will go head-to-head to try and out improv each other, all while competing against the ball-busting compere. And it’s all for one prize – your adoration and laughter.
This isn’t quite the comedy show you were expecting – because you’ll be seeing three of the country’s best Muslim comedians go head-to-head to stay in the country! Omar Hamdi, Esther Manito and Amrou Al-Kadhi will be judged on their comedic chops in a series of challenges by Bidisha and Karl Remarks.
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.
While you might be the type of backseat barbequer that interferes with their mate’s grilling efforts, but you probably haven’t done it like this before. The BBQ Club is a fun and friendly supper club where you baste and grill your six-course meal alongside the chef, all the while appreciating the beautiful view of London’s South Bank.
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.
The King's Head is hosting another night of sexy burlesque and cabaret performances as Gin House Burlesque are back in town with their scintillating and captivating performances. With everything from a Josephine Baker tribute act to a ventriloquist, the night promises to put the spark back into your evenings.
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.
The Literary Club is back in the capital this August, hosting a Wind In The Willows themed supper club featuring references to all your favourite children's characters. Taking place at the Greenhouse in Stoke Newington, this event will first serve guests a welcome cocktail before plating 5 delicious courses of British food in front of them - each course will, of course, reference E. H. Shepard's famous characters and novel.
Improve your cooking skills with one of the best chefs in the world as Michel Roux opens up a student kitchen. Taking place above the location used to film Saturday Kitchen Live, the kitchen has space for 12 people as well as all the state-of-the-art equipment to whip up all kinds of deliciousness.
The Underground Supper Club brings you dining with a difference, as you won’t be sat in someone’s house or in a cordoned off section of the restaurant – you’ll be in a decommissioned 1967 London Underground carriage. For the spring and summer, guests will be treated to three delicious courses, with the main focusing on a beautiful BBQ dish supplied from Smithfield Market.
Follow the rabbit and get lost in an enchanted world of burlesque stars, live bands, DJs and tea parties as Wonderland throws a two-day festival in a secret location.
Make your next party one to remember as Retro Events put their unique spin on proceedings. The events company specialise in jazzing up parties with a retro theme that is brought to life with live performers, singers, dancers and a killer sound system.
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.
Spend an evening learning more about the way we drink and various flavours as Pitch Black returns to two London locations. The pop-up plunges you into complete darkness so that you can focus on the flavours of the drinks completely.
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.
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.
Head to the Islington Townhouse and take part in a fun language class revolving around all your favourite childhood board games. After first teaching each guest a few common, everyday phrases, the masterminds will then set up a few fun board games, all in Spanish. From Monopoly to Cluedo, this fun event is perfect for anyone looking to try something a bit different in London.
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?
Presented by the hilarious Eleanor Conway in the Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen, prepare yourself for karaoke with a true difference. It’s time to unleash your inner Whitney and sing with the backing of a full gospel choir! There’s big team sing-a-longs, harmonies, and even a prize for someone giving the best confessional. You don’t want to miss this.
The Electric Circus in Camden hosts a series of Ultimate Power club nights, showcasing what the team believe to be the best songs of all time. Featuring the likes of Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen and Oasis, all the songs played here are well known and popular with all crowds. Singing is almost unavoidable and everyone will leave having testing their voice box to the max. Grab your mates, grab a drink from the bar and delve deep into all the frivolous fun on offer here.
You’ve done London with a difference before, but you’ve never experienced it with the mayhem of the cast of Shrek. That’s right, you can travel to Far Far Away, where you’ll be greeted with a welcome drink, before embarking on a crazy 4D bus ride with Donkey driving! Later, you’ll get to have a shot or two in the Poison Apple Pub with the Ugly Step Sister. It’s a hilarious trip – and it’s adults only!
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.
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.
Head to this North London cocktail spot for a good dose of old-fashioned fun with board games and quirky cocktails. Bobby Fitzpatrick is a '70s den of vintage memorabilia, signed photos and American dishes including deep crust American pizzas.
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.
Who needs a normal night when you can head back to the '90s for the most fun. The Garage in Islington are bringing Backstreet Boys, S Club and Busted along for a night of karaoke, there's playground games, free candy floss a games room and photobooths for lots of selfie fun.
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.
Add a bit of magic into your brunch with this fantasy adventure. A fabulous theatrical troupe will be performing skits and songs from your favourite fairy tales while you sip cocktails and sing along. Deck yourself out in the finest fairy tale attire or dive into their dressing-up box, because the best dressed will win some amazing prizes.
Give yourself a cracking workout along with some delicious food this January as this event packs a punch. Kick things off with a Rumble class with 1 Rebel before ROOTED lead you through a vinyasa class and feed you either chocolate waffles, acai bowls or key lime pie.
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..
There's an air of oriental mystique about Fu Manchu; this fun-time palace and late night party bar is a wonderland of fragrant cuisine and crafty mixology. This South London bar is a low lit cavern of cavorting and midnight dancing all rolled into one for a cool place for drinks in London.
Handmade Mysteries create twisted escape rooms for people looking for a pulse-racing, brain-teasing, immersive experience. Based in London's finest drinking establishments, your game host will introduce your team to a series of bizarre contraptions and mysterious misfits. Will you win and cry for joy? Or lose, and just cry?
Puzzling, brain-teasing and heaps of fun, Locked in a Room is a cool concept taking place in ExCeL. Head over to the venue for a birthday, stag & hen do or just group of mates, to race against the clock and solve all the puzzles.
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.
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.
Chef James Knox Boothman and bar manager Jerome Slesinski have teamed to open an intimate dining restaurant based in the London Architectural Salvage and Supply Company (Lassco). Offering an ingredient led menu, where each dish has been paired with a particular cocktail, beer or wine, diners will be left in awe by the venue's rustic, industrial decor.