Sunday Nights 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.
Last updated on 22nd February 2017
Sundays were made for roast dinners and booze, it's what this great nation was built on. Mommi in Clapham are putting on one hell of a spread with Peruvian dishes galore, think roast chicken, suckling pig and Andean herb Chimichurri. Go the whole hog and get the bottomless booze for the best end of weekend ever.
Adventure Bar Covent Garden 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.
Can’t afford a skiing holiday but want the same fun atmosphere for your Sunday Night in London? Join the Fondue Lodge for a new Apres-Ski experience serving delicious food and drink accompanied by amazing live music. There’s complimentary Schnapps and a set menu including both cheese and chocolate fondue, as well as a starter of your choice.
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!
Sunday is the day of rest to some, but just try telling 1 Big Night Out that. They host rowdy bar crawls all throughout the week, and Sunday is no different. Join them for a raucous night out fronting drinks discounts, glow sticks and entry into some of London's best bars, clubs and party palaces.
There's no such thing as a quiet night in for the guys at 1 Big Night Out. Revved up and ready to go 365 days a year, these Sunday Sessions are just the ticket for London's party people, who head into the night with drink freebies, queue jump and all sorts of exclusive discounts.
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.
Burdock is a great place to spend on a Sunday, with their monstrous Freakshakes and long list of tasty cocktails. But something a bit more civilised, take your friend or partner up on a game of Shuffleboard, London’s latest craze. If you don’t know how to play, they’ll help you out.
It’s February, it’s a Sunday in London, you should be spending that time inside, right? Wrong! Get yourself down to the South London Carnaval for all the fun of Brazil at The Clapham Grand. After the sell-out success of last year, this festival will feature live music, drummers, DJs, acrobats, face painters and caipirinhas.
The Phoenix Artists Club in Soho is the home of one of London's most hilarious drag performers, Vanity Von Glow. Labelled as an 'internationally ignored superstar', Miss Von Glow's weekly shows have drawn in crowds from across the capital. She entertains the masses with dazzling musical numbers and unbelievable tales of misfortune. Expect to be blown away by her stunning voice, before being left in tears by her side-splitting stories of personal heartbreak and clashes with various Hollywood nemeses.
Some consider Sunday the night to settle down in front of the telly. Meet The Streets don't. Join them on some of the best walking tours in the city as you learn new facts and get familiar with everything from ghosts down to historic pubs.
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.
For a Sunday experience you definitely won't forget anytime soon, head to the Ace Hotel Miranda in Shoreditch and enjoy a brunch session revolving around the wonderful world of Beyonce. Guests will first enjoy two brunch courses and a complimentary glass of bubbles, before taking part in a fun Beyonce-themed quiz and dancing until 8 PM to the sound of all of Miss Carter's biggest tracks. This is one pop-up event in London well worth checking out.