Top 10 Quirky Things To Do in London
Don't keep to the usual beat of London, there's plenty of time to be boring when you're older and no fun anymore (joke...). Anyway, this City is crawling with niche events, fun frolics and plenty of off-kilter things to do. If you're mantra is looking for that something a little different in London, then we've got your back. For a collection of cool and quirky events, unique places to go and fun nights out in London check out our ranking of the top 10 quirky things to do in London, right here.
Last updated on 21st March 2018
Take yourself back to the hedonism of ancient Japan at the Lacy Nook. You’ll enjoy a delicious three course meal with nibbles, alongside fun activities like Japanese calligraphy and kimono dressing.
What is says on the tin (literally). Expect nothing other than a funfair of hip hop tunes, loud and lairy karaoke with a big dollop of brunch foods feasting on the side. Quite simply put, these guys know how to put on a party and a crackin' spread for one hell of a boozy brunch in London. Taking to secret locations around the City, your brunch will be a bit heavier than usual, just ask Biggie Smalls.
Taking poetry out of the classrooms and the ivory towers and into the brothel, see the iconic work of Sylvia Plath transformed into a night of live performances, tarot readings, live music, and private readings.
You're in charge at this burger class in Fitzrovia as BOBO Society let you loose in their private space. Join other burger aficionados for a night of scrumptious and unusual dining as you craft your dream dinner with rare meats.
London certainly has something for everyone, so if you wanted to spend your night in an Aquarium after-hours while drinking prosecco, then you are in luck. This quirky event lets you take the Shark Walk across the magnificent Pacific Reef display, gaze in wonder at crocodiles or sea turtles and drink from the many pop-up bars across SEA LIFE London Aquarium.
Join these creative workshops, where artists can collaborate, share ideas, and develop techniques, all while learning how to use professional equipment and where to source materials, on a range of topics from screen printing to wood engraving.