4. Night Out In London |VERIFIED|
For our first night out with them, we headed to the Platinum House for an intimate James Bay concert. I was inspired by all of the red London buses and brought this red suit with me to wear for the event, paired with a red lip (Bobbi Brown Parisian Red). I found a few other similar red suits at a variety of price points- this Alice + Olivia one, this Rag & Bone set, this J.Crew blazer, this budget friendly red plaid one and this Mango combo on sale for under $100.
4. Night Out in London
Nothing says team building like making an edible version of your co-workers face. For a slightly sweeter work night out idea, head over to Spitalfields and master the art of lollipop making, chocolate flower arranging and candy face eating.
Formerly (and still commonly) known as Vogue Fabrics, Dalston disco den VFD hosts drag and spoken word events as well as genre-spanning club nights and parties. Look out for the massive penis mural in the loos.
Want to stay up all night watching movies and eating sweets? The only place to do it outside of your own gaff is at a Prince Charles Cinema All Nighter. Bring your best pyjamas, plenty of snacks (and maybe some Pro Plus) as you embark on a dreamy night of themed back-to-back films from 9pm until 9am.
South London party people Rhythm Section throw high-energy nights across London, exploring the sounds of garage, soul, house and all things electronic. Curated by Rhythm Section label head Bradley Zero, expect high energy, big bass, and splintering beats.
A true source of Peckham pride, multi-floored concrete hub the Bussey Building continues to thrive as a warehouse-style club at night and a sweet arts venue during the day. Regular weekend parties like The South London Soul Train are joyful affairs, and also rare examples of young and old partying in sync.
If you miss childhood bedtimes (and frankly, who doesn't?), then join professional storyteller Vanessa for an evening of magical tales. In 'Portals of London', she'll explore the secret history of the City's forgotten corners, while other nights focus on urban legends, ghostly stories and more; you'll meet in a series of different, atmospheric London locations, but you'll be transported back to who knows where...
This iconic LGBT+ venue has welcomed everyone from Lily Savage (slaying on stage) to Princess Diana (enjoying a sneaky night out in the '80s). Now Grade II listed and reasonably safe from developers, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern is open seven nights a week for drinking, dancing and drag shows, and queer cabaret platform Bar Wotever has become a Tuesday institution.
East London's queer Bollywood night Hungama has given the city's LGBTQ+ scene a friendly shot in the arm. It's taken place at various venues including The Glory and Dalston Superstore, but every Hungama is a super-inclusive mix of Bollywood imagery, hip hop beats and anything-goes gay abandon.
Get yourself down to Bethnal Green Working Men's Club. This East End destination has been welcoming revellers since Victorian times. Sink the Pink began here around a decade ago, and something about its proper old-school working's men's club vibe seems to lend itself to colourful, chaotic and forward-thinking club nights.
Much more than just a running club, Midnight Runners gives you the chance to do something healthy and invigorating with your evening while escaping the confines of your local gym. They're a worldwide movement as well, with clubs in cities across the world such as LA, Sydney, Barcelona and more. Go for it and join in, your body will thank you later.
Margaret is led by her naval officer into a world of nightclubs, gambling, spiked drinks and brothels. Elizabeth and her airman have their own adventures trying to catch up with Margaret, which take them far beyond the 1 a.m. deadline into the early hours of the following morning.
If you want a London night out where you can enjoy everything in one place, Chotto Matte is that place. When you think of Soho, Chotto Matte is the iconic place that springs to mind serving Japanese Peruvian fusion and very cool multi sensory experience. It was the first in London solely dedicated to the inimitable Nikkei cuisine. Set over two floors, the design combines features such as a bespoke cast glass wall panel, accents of natural lavastone (an Indigenous rock in southern Peru), alongside a Japanese inspired graphic backdrop.
NBHD serves hand crafted cocktails and South American inspired sharing plates with Watermelon Daiquiris, Balsazar Rose Spritzs and Strawberry & Jalapeno Margaritas expertly mixed by the team. Inspired by the flavours of South America and designed to share, you can expect to see small plates of tuna & guacamole or beef tartare & cured egg yolk tostadas, mushroom & garlic confit croquetas and gluten free, sticky sesame and coriander Korean style chicken wings finding their way to expectant tables well into the night. This is a no cutlery establishment so wash your hands and tuck in. You MUST ask for their home made chilli oil with over 15 ingredients which we could have eaten by the bucket load. Incredible.
This electric and high-tech multi-sensory futuristic bingo experience will accommodate 200 players, and boasts ground-breaking sonic effects, mirrored LED screens and 3D cinema speakers. As well as the bingo, you can expect dancers, street food, a LOT of fun and proper brilliant cocktails delivered by maestro Chris Edwards. From bao buns, dirty rice and classic burgers, this is quality food that will match the must-sips that include a Tokyo-nights inspired own branded gin, Hi-Gin-Go.
Just look at the detail on this Italian check jersey jacket cut from fabric woven in Italy, this lightweight cotton jacket embodies a London night out in style with its check pattern and soft construction that feels gorgeous.
Accreditation is a simple way to ensure your space, event or team has a plan in place for safer nightlife via our four step process including policy review, interactive staff training, supporting materials and ongoing support.
Actually, research demonstrates that safety planning is a normal part of nights out for women and LGBTQ+ people. The feedback we receive suggests that rather than causing fear, our posters which let customers know they will be supported in the event of harassment feel reassuring, not scary. Sexual harassment happens everywhere and is a universal social problem that no venue is totally immune from. Proactive messaging acknowledges that the premises will act appropriately if it does crop up.
London is a new, multi-level boutique nightclub & ultra lounge located in the heart of Downtown Sacramento, designed by Mitra Gholani of the design firm Deleap. London features three levels, including a sleek downstairs cocktail bar, an instagram-worthy neon-inspired mezzanine, and an upstairs dancehall enveloped in LED custom-mapped lighting. Our rear Naked Lounge is accented by original artwork from local artist Philip Vasquez.
Enjoy a custom cocktail in our contemporary-Euro lounge that boasts a comfortable and relaxed environment for unwinding and socializing. Take a journey upstairs through the mezzanine level, and stop for a moment to capture your night in our luxurious deep purple chair, fit for a Queen or King. Make your way to the top floor and enter the cutting edge nightclub, newly designed from floor to ceiling.
In the Old Town, pull up at a table alongside the Limmat river and simply enjoy the ambience of the medieval quarter. Better still, do this on a Saturday night and you'll be rewarded with the remarkable experience of hearing the peals of bells from city churches, ringing in the night and reminding residents and visitors alike that Sunday is a church day.
This is less of a specific recommendation and more of a tip. If you download the app DICE, you will be overwhelmed with choice for cool club nights to attend. You can buy tickets directly through the app (or, if on a budget, they have plenty of free nights out too), and also send links easily to your friends. Highly recommended.
In a desperate attempt at reinvention, Will decides that the lads should be cool, and become "the boys who go to clubs". Simon's not so sure, but when Carli thinks it's cool he immediately changes his mind. Simon drives them up to the bright lights of the West End, where they encounter all the characters of a great night out: aggressive bouncers, tramps and angry bus passengers.
Unsurprisingly, London without a doubt tops the list for the most expensive city to go on a night out with a cost of 76 per night - double that for a night out in Manchester (38). This total includes night food (11) taxi (30.2) nightclub entry (16.8) and drink cost (17.5). Coventry had the second most expensive student night out with a total cost of 67 per night out which included night food (10.99) taxi (26.64) nightclub (16.75) and drink cost (12.5). Northampton came in third place with a total of 61 per night out when considering night food (16.99), taxi (22.04), nightclub (5) and drink cost (17).
When it comes to taxi prices, Southampton (26.78), Edinburgh (25.72) and Brighton (24.72) were also up there for being the most expensive, especially when compared to Liverpool (17.5) and Leeds (17.1) who had the most affordable taxi fares overall. However, although London may be the hub of some of the most expensive nightclubs, when it comes to the cost of drinks Leeds (20), Belfast (19) and Leicester (18) were the most expensive places to grab a pint.
It has entertained Londoners since the 17th century. This iconic pub still offers the best nightlife in London and fantastic food along with the best British cask ales, craft beer, wines, and artisan spirits.
Soho is possibly the most chic neighborhood in London. It offers amazing stand-up comedy, cabaret, and theatre across its three venues. It will, without a doubt, end up being one of the best night outs in London.Location: 21 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 3NEEntry cost: INR 1,125/- per person (12) 041b061a72