Winter Pop-Ups in London
Out come the thermals as temperatures plummet and those dreary long nights set in. Let’s not get too gloomy though, as the onset of winter brings some of London’s most exciting pop-up experiences out to play. Rocking up all over the capital equipped with seasonal hot cocktails, winter-warming fare and all manner of quirky entertainment; we’ve gathered all of the best winter pop-ups in London in this handy guide.
Last updated on 28th November 2016
This pop-up in London is stuff of legend. Transformed into a pop-up bar inspired by Norse gods and Viking tales, this year discover Skye Halla. Perch on moss-covered tree stumps and feast on mead and cocktails alongside braid workshops, viking life drawing, a long boat and plenty more.
Parsons Green in Chelsea is getting a huge Bedouin tent in time for Christmas and it is being filled with everything you need for a wonderful weekend. Put on your skates and spin around the rink, refuel at the German markets or cosy up and watch either Elf or Home Alone. There will also be drink stall provided by Red Bull, Sipsmith, Jäegermeister and Möet.
Cybil's House is looking to be one of the best places to celebrate all things festive this December in London. Join this tacky-as-hell party for a night not only of mischief and mayhem, there's DJs, dancing, burlesque performers and plenty of Christmas themed fun to be had on the night.
Things quickly go downhill at Archer Street’s basement cocktail lair come winter-time, in a good way of course. The Soho venue whisks you away to the mountains; creating an après ski atmosphere with its reclaimed rafter boards, antique skis and dark wooden flooring. Pop this way for fancy-dress antics, nightly DJ sets and spontaneous sing-along sessions from the friendly bar team.
The Brunswick East team really push the boat out this December, offering Londoners a chance to experience the best tastes and flavours of Tibet. The team of chefs will show off their menu talents, plating up a selection of beef, chicken, lamb and vegetable Momos, served on a bed of stir-fried vegetables.