Top 20 Things To Do This Spring

Spring has finally sprung in London, so ditch those heavy winter jackets and opt for a light little number, all before getting familiar with some of London's best spring events. From brand new pop-ups that promise the best of the season, to unique theatre shows and must-try food events, there's no shortage of ways to get familiar with this city in the midst of Spring, so we chose 20 of the best.

Last updated on 6th December 2018

There's no better way to welcome in than spring season than on a rooftop terrace with a drink in one hand and croquet mallet in the other. Head to Skylight for that and more as it proves itself to be one of the best things to do in the city as spring finally shows itself.

@ Moonshine Saloon on Various dates from Wednesday 19th December 2018

One of the best things to do in London this spring, head to the Kings Road for this very cool event. Get yourself decked out in the finest cowboy get up and let expert mixologists whip you up some snappy moonshine cocktails at this amazing Wild West themed bar.

One of the best things to do this spring in London? You bloody bet it is. Head to the rooftop garden of the Brunel Museum for an evening of campfire cocktails, marshmallow toasting and stunning views as one of the most talked about pop-ups in the city.

This is a brunch that really packs a punch, with five hours of musical theatre form some of the West End's biggest stars. Dance in your seat and on the table as you enjoy a stunning bottomless brunch experience you won't forget. 

You won't be stuck for ideas when it comes to a night out at FEST in Camden. The new club is making sure it has all bases covered with burlesque nights, ball pits and top DJs on the agenda.

See off the winter with dreams of the Caribbean at the Reggae brunch, which is combining unlimited rum cocktails, a three course meal and the coolest tropical reggae music for one of the best brunches around.

Gin-House burlesque is taking over an East London private members club this April with their seductive brand of burlesque. With a polar bear in the drawing room, a tiger in the lounge and encase butterflies on the walls, The King's Head in Shoreditch is a completely unique venue, made even more special by Gin-House Burlesque.