Cake is one of London's best kept secrets.
A party club night that bakes rotating DJ sets, pub prices and the friendliest, fun-loving punters possible into the perfect slice of nice!
Curated by a couple of Mixmag writers and their delicious DJ friends to create something different, Cake sets a new standard in unpretentious, good-times dancing on a mission to keep clubbing fun.
Spinning remixes galore and mashing up everything from disco to breaks, hip hop to house and electro to DnB, indy rock and any phat beat with some bounce, you'll be dancing to cult classics and cutting edge bangers as you have never heard them before...
Celebrating five years of people-powered parties, Cake has risen from beat bites on boats to Cakeovers at Farr Festival, XOYO Loves, No Scrubs and more, with slices of Glastonbury, Creamfields, Zouk (Singapore) and Mixmag Live for their rotating DJs in between.
So welcome to London's only party with a cherry on top!
Udderbelly Festival is a 410-seat theatre inside an upside down purple cow, at Southbank Centre from April to July. We also have one of London's largest outdoor beer gardens. We present dozens of shows each year, from comedy to circus to family shows to cabaret.
Lou Lous 5 Hertford Street MayfairDistance: 0.8 miTourist Information Trebeck Street London, W1J 7LX
ReVOLv Presents Hit The Deck Up The Thames Boat Parties.
Taking the Undergound Garage & House Vibe to the water on board the only floating nightclub on the River Thames 'The Hurlingham'
Established only in August 2014, we delivered two magnificent events and three more booked for 2015 !!!!
London's BIGGEST daily nightlife event, visiting the biggest bars in the West-End, ending at world famous super clubs featuring top DJs & performers.
From the weird and extravagant to the outrageous and wild, the 1 Big Night Out pub crawl brings you a side of London that you wouldn't be able to find on your own! Our crawl, run by a group of expert pub crawl guides all pros in partying, visits a selection of 5 venues every night, from cool quirky bars to world famous nightclubs, so there is something for everyone, with free shots in each bar and happy hour drink prices all night. We sell tickets every night from Zoo Too between 7.30 - 9.30pm and we run 365 days a year so you don’t have to wait for the weekend to party, and you don’t have to spend a fortune either!
There is no better way to meet fellow backpackers, students or Londoners than on the 1 Big Night Out pub crawl. Name a nationality and we have had them on our world famous crawl at some point since we began back in 2009! That is what makes us London’s biggest pub crawl!
Whatever the occasion, mood or party-party-need we open the doors to the very best bars, clubs and restaurants in London baby.
Get together with Late Night London & create some epic memories… that's what we're here for! xoxo
Free Entry to 5 Bars & Clubs, Free Shots, Drink Discounts, & Sexy Photos!
Rated London's Number 1 Bar/Pub/Club Crawl (on Tripadvisor), London Gone Wild runs unforgettable nights out in London's coolest areas for tourists and locals alike. Led by a team of professional, sexy and slightly controversial hosts, the party includes Free Entry to 5 of the best bars, clubs and live music venues as well as Free Shots and Drink Specials all night. Valued at over £50, you can grab tickets on our website starting from as little as £12.
∆ West End
You want to take a big bite out of the busiest and buzziest nightlife that Europe has to offer? We adventure through the famous West End going to London's top venues in Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Soho!
~ EVERY NIGHT - Meet between 8pm & 9pm at Piccadilly Institute or between 9pm & 10pm at Bar Soho.
Shoreditch, once a slum dominated by gangs and prostitutes - now a mashup of the trendy and the gritty, the hipster and the banker, the art gallery and the graffiti, the awesome and…the awesome!
~ Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday - Meet between 8pm & 9pm at The Shoreditch or between 9pm & 10pm at Cargo.
Running late? Give us a call on +44 (0) 207 096 0371 to find out where we are!
St James the Less, Pimlico Distance: 1.4 miTourist Information St James the Less, Pimlico London, United Kingdom SW1V 2
St James the Less is an Anglican church in Pimlico, Westminster, built in 1858–61 by George Edmund Street in the Gothic Revival style. A grade I listed building, it has been described as "one of the finest Gothic Revival churches anywhere". The church was constructed predominately in brick with embellishments from other types of stone. Its most prominent external feature is its free-standing Italian-style tower, while its interior incorporates design themes which Street observed in medieval Gothic buildings in continental Europe.HistoryThe church was Street's first commission in London, which he took on after his widely admired work in the diocese of Oxford and at All Saints, Boyne Hill, Maidenhead, where he delivered buildings in polychromatic red brick and stone. He had also published in 1855, to considerable acclaim, his book Brick and Marble Architecture in Italy. In 1858, he was commissioned by the three daughters of Bishop Monk of Gloucester to construct a church in their father's memory in what was, at the time, an area of slums and run-down tenements in a very poor part of London. The parish was inhabited by around 31,000 people at the time. The church, which stands on land formerly owned by Westminster Abbey, was consecrated in 1861. Street also built a parish school next to the church in 1861–64, in similar style, while his son Arthur Edmund Street revisited his father's designs in 1890 to add an infants' school (now a parish hall) attached to the west end of the church.
Grays of Westminster, located in central London, a short distance from the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Knightsbridge, was founded almost thirty years ago by Gray Levett with the idea of creating a world-class camera store, which would offer a service that was second to none. Grays of Westminster is to many photographers not just a camera-shop but an institution, one that has attracted customers from all over the world and from all walks of life. It evolved from a modest mail order company in the mid-1980s to its present, highly-respected position in the photographic industry with over 47,000 customers world-wide, that have included the legendary film-director, Stanley Kubrick, David Suchet, best-known in his role as Hercule Poirot, Agatha Christie’s famous sleuth, Lord Snowdon, world-famous National Geographic photographer Jim Brandenburg, Rod Stewart, and the late 1960s’ icon Terence Donovan.