Sundays never have to be boring again with The Top Secret Comedy Club. Join them for a hilarious evening of laughs, just make sure you don't tell anyone. Cheap entry, cheap drinks and a buzzing atmosphere that encourages meeting other funny people, it's time to laugh away those pre-work blues.
Things To Do On A Sunday In London
Don’t even think about letting those end-of-the-weekend blues set in. Forget cosying up on the couch with a film and a roast dinner, there’s all sorts of antics unfolding across the city that you ought not to miss. Whether you’re in for a raucous bar crawl, some stylish cabaret or just looking for a snug pub serving up a mountainous roast dinner, our list of the best things to do on a Sunday in London has something for you.
Head over to Covent Garden or Shoreditch where a certain prison cocktail bar experience has requested your immediate incarceration. Spend a Sunday evening behind bars as a few of your fellow inmates mix up some seriously impressive bevs for you. Just make sure you've smuggled in a bottle of the good stuff for them to work some magic on.
Giving you a twist on the classic workout regime, Disco Yoga brings the club to the fitness class with a quirky session of high-octane flow complete with live DJ, glitter station and they'll even throw in a superfood cocktail to close out the event.
Ignore the nay-sayers, just because it's Sunday that certainly doesn't mean the fun needs to stop. Particularly when you have Flight Club in Bloomsbury and Shoreditch to attend. The quirky spots are ramping up brunch with some serious 'P's - that's prosecco and pizza, along with a game of darts.
Blame Gloria is a lively fun hub, attracting the good time party crowd all throughout the week. In keeping with their theme, Sunday certainly isn't the day of rest for this quirky Central London haunt; in fact, they offer their generous happy hour between 4-7pm on Sundays, making this the perfect place to boogie away the remainder of the weekend.
Burgers and booze, the ultimate combo for a perfect evening. Banish those pre-week blues by kicking back at Le Compotoir with old-school games that are sure to bring back all those nostalgic memories, think Monopoly, Jenga and Risk, it's sure to be the ultimate chilled night out with mates.
Sundays are all about the music at Blues Kitchen in Camden. Their weekly open mic nights are up their with the most popular in London, and they regularly feature some of the best local talent around. Fancy performing yourself? Get down early to register and join in all the fun, or simply kick back with some BBQ'd goods, a chilled beer and lap up the live music into the evening.
If you love tropical music and Caribbean food, Reggae Brunch is the perfect weekend part. Bringing you non-stop feel good vibes, this party will play the best of reggae, soca, and calypso while you feast on three-courses of lip-smacking authentic delicacies.
Head over to Brick Lane's quirky Apples and Pears where every Sunday night they're offering you a chilled out series of excellent events. Enjoy an evening happy hour with selected cocktails just £6.50, alongside some fantastic local live music, including their acoustic sessions from 7pm.
London Shuffle Club are shaking your weekend up and busting those Sunday night blues with their epic bottomless offering. Enjoy a 55 minute group game before munching on pizza and sipping unlimited fizz for two hours.
Whoever said that Sundays were for rest clearly hadn't been to the Dartmouth Arms. Head north of the river, where the Tufnell Park favourite is hosting weekly jazz sessions with special guests, DJs and a roast dinner too.
The perfect rainy day activity in London, The Magic Hour is the gob-smacking show from expert magician Tony Middleton, otherwise known as 'Sonic'. Lasting just over an hour, this showcase promises feats of the impossible, from transformations to mind reading.
One of the best things to do on a Sunday this May, LOVEUBETTER is back at the Golden Bee rooftop bar to bring you an epic day session this month. Kicking off with bottomless booze, you'll also be sorted for two courses of tasty food and live DJs.
If you're looking for fun things to do on a Sunday in London, swing by The Anthologist for their Gospel Motown Brunch. Promising the brunch you've been praying for, this place is offering live music, bottomless drinks and delicious dishes.
Get your fix of bottomless drinking and dining at The Folly's West End-themed drag brunch. Taking place every Sunday, the event will feature jaw-dropping performances from some of the UK's best queens singing showtunes, pop, disco and more.