Sunday Nights 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 London 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 Sunday Night events in London has something for you.
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.
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.
Who says Sunday nights should be boring? The Phoenix Artist Club certainly don't agree, so if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, get down to Soho for a night of Vaudeville, cabaret and burlesque.
Your Sunday's have just got even sweeter with this drag experience at The Chocolate Cocktail Club. Join drag star Crayola the Queen for a show of lip syncs, comedy and games ad you indulge in tantilising liquid desserts.
Embark on an alcohol fuelled night of excess as you journey through the bars of Camden. Taking place every night of the week, this is a great idea for a night out in London if you're hoping to avoid the realities of the week ahead. Stopping off at various bars across Camden (including popular live music venues, the Camden Barfly and the Blues Kitchen), you can enjoy free shots, free entry and queue jump at every stop off, and all for a tenner!
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.
Disco Yoga is a brand new yoga class inspired by a new generation of 'mindful drinkers' as well as those who simply want fitness to be fun and uplifting! It's for health conscious millennials who love to train hard and party hard, disco lovers,...
End your week on a high note and head to this quirky comedy night in Bethnal Green. Dope Comedy brings you the best rising Aussie comics on the circuit every first Sunday of the month at the Backyard Bar.
Get your weekend going with a trip to DUO. Expect the very best in hip hop, R&B and club classics as Sunday Sessions returns from Essex to Camden.
It's the show you've all been asking for – and it's brought to you by the people behind the worldwide smash hit, Faulty Towers The Dining Experience. This fully immersive show transports audiences to The Nags Head to meet the pride of...
The team at Powder Keg Diplomacy are pulling out all the stops, hosting live jazz and soul music every Sunday night for Londoners to enjoy. Serving their usual selection of dazzling cocktails and with food served throughout, there are few better ways to fight those Sunday night blues than at this fun event.
Thought Bounce was all ping pong and neon lights? Think again, because the Shoreditch spot is bringing their hilarious comedy night back for a second time and you can watch the likes of Joey Page, Annie McGrath and Luke McQueen as they take to the stage.
Head over to The Medieval Banquet to step back in time, all the way back to the Medieval period with a unique immersive supper club. The Sunday evening will include five delicious courses, performances which include sword fighting and plenty of beer and wine.
Bounce are now doing Bottomless Brunch at Old Street. 'Active wear' is acceptable but this time they're swapping the smashed avocado for pizza, Prosecco and Ping Pong. Much better. Brunch a la Bounce features an array of innovative...
Get your Sunday night in London off to a hoppy start with this great tour of Hackney's crate brewery. Fun and informative, you'll learn the inner-workings of how your favourite beers come to life, and enjoy a taste or two of the good stuff in the process.
Spend your Sunday the right way: with Lost and Co's bottomless Sunday lunch, with your choice of beef, chicken, lamb, pork belly or nut roast, with vegetables and roast potatoes, as well as two hours of prosecco, mimosas, and Bloody Marys.
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 ALL night on Sundays, making this the perfect place to boogie away the remainder of the weekend.
One of the best things to do in London on a Sunday night, this quirky Shoreditch pop up is the ultimate hangout for those who like a side of serious competition with their pizza and cocktails.
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.
One of the wonderfully energetic nights out in London, head to Zigfrid van Underbelly for an evening with some of the best toe-tappers in the city as they present their skills to the Tap Jam audience.
Swing by Courthouse Hotel in Shoreditch on a Sunday night and you can catch a cult classic in a location that's stooped in history. You'll even get to explore the old holding cells at Jailhouse Bar with a complimentary themed cocktail.