Let’s Do London: Nightlife

August 5, 2021Mannion McGinley0

Unsure of where to go “out-out”? Be sure to hit some of these classic locations or try a brand new one either new to everyone or just new to you!


Go Clubbing

Discover the capital’s vibrant clubs from legendary Fabric and Heaven to somewhere a little bit edgier like Cargo, Egg London or Printworks.



Explore the streets of Soho for LGBTQIA + events, fun nights out, cool pubs and cocktail speakeasies. There’s so much you don’t want to miss!


Cabaret Shows

London has an exciting burlesque scene. Enjoy a cabaret show at venues such as The London Cabaret Club, Proud Cabaret or Lío, due to open in late 2021.


Lucky Voice Karaoke

Pick your favourite party song and sing your heart out with your friends at one of the capital’s many Lucky Voice Karaoke venues.


Jazz Bar Nights

Swing by Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in Soho or Nightjar in Shoreditch to witness top artists perform; it’ll be a night to remember.


Rooftop Bars

Reach for the sky at London’s best rooftop bars. Head to the well-hidden The Rooftop at the Trafalgar St. James, try the cocktails at the Radio Rooftop, or soak up breathtaking views over St. Paul’s Cathedral at the Madison Rooftop bar. Sky Garden also offer spectacular views and a laid-back atmosphere.


Illuminated River

Head down to the banks of the Thames after dark to see the Illuminated River. This installation lights up 14 of London’s iconic bridges, transforming the river into a glowing art piece.


Outdoor Movie Nights

Hit an outdoor cinema to see some of your all-time favourite films on the big screen. Try Rooftop Film Club to watch The Shawshank Redemption, Bridget Jones’ Diary and many more, set against a backdrop of the London skyline. Or try Pop-Up Screens to see Jurassic Park and more in various locations across the city.


Midnight Matinées

Watch a glorious Shakespearean play under the stars during the Midnight Matinées season. Check out A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Saturday 18 Sep, from 11.59pm. ‘Groundling’ standing tickets are also back. The number of standing tickets available will incrementally increase until the end of August when 400 Groundling tickets will be available for each performance.


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