Venue: The Aubin CinemaAddress:
Following the success of their first edible cinema experience, Aubin Cinema is back at it again. You’ll be given a series of numbered ‘packages’ containing various food, drink and other sensory aids which will enhance your viewing experience.
Venue: The Stew HouseAddress:
The Dead Dolls Club present a summer affair with the London Brewery.
Taking place every Saturday you’ll find good food, good beer, live music, stalls and djs.
Venue: Bunga BungaAddress:
Had a heady Saturday night and need to perk up for the first day of carnival? Bunga Bunga have just the thing with an extra long bank holiday brunch party from 11am.
If however you’re not in the carnival spirit and need somewhere to escape the madness, then from 6pm join Bunga Bunga for unlimited bellinis, prosecco and (hopefully) some inspired karaoke.
Venue: Sebright ArmsAddress:
The cool cats at Sebright Arms are throwing a party in the name of August Bank Holiday. The theme is carnival and ale – CarnivAle, get it?!
For one day only you’ll get that fun festival feeling, with a selection of fine ales from three of London’s top breweries. There will also be a cider bar and a jerk chicken BBQ. Sold.
Venue: Millbank TowerAddress:
Cost: £49 per person
Altitude 360 are bringing something a little different to Sunday brunch – with a wicked view of the London skyline, you can tuck into American breakfast classics like waffles alongside soul food dishes like cornbread and ribs… and all to the sound of gospel singers raising the roof! Brunch is served between 11am-3pm.
Venue: Secret LocationAddress:
With Disappearing Dining Club doing the lobster dance, the bank holiday just got even better. Hidden away in Shoreditch in a Victorian warehouse, they will be serving lunch, dinner and cocktails along with music and dancing. With a rooftop to chill on and lobsters to enjoy, this is the place to be.
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Not down with reggae and jerk chicken? Not to fear! Barts are putting on a more civilised bank holiday celebration, focusing on drinks and music, with live acts by Nova Music.
Expect an impressive BBQ in their Cuban garden, tobacco infused cocktails and a whole lotta fancy dress.
Venue: Experimental Cocktail ClubAddress:
New Orleans comes to the Experimental Cocktail Club every Sunday with the start of Blues Band Night.
Get down to blues grooves whilst sipping on some of the finest cocktails London has to offer.
Bands change weekly, with sets kicking off at 10pm.
Still pumping from carnival and need somewhere to continue the party? Look no further than 80s nightclub Maggie’s.
After a Sunday session at carnival head down for their BLACKOUT after party, with UV lights, glow sticks, face painting and a spot of debauchery.