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For the best events in London in May 2021, we’ve compiled a list of fun and exciting things to do with your friends.

May 2021 and particularly the summer Bank Holiday weekend from 28th May – 30th May 2021 is shaping up to be a very exciting time for everyone planning to meet with friends, celebrate birthdays, drink and party.

With the lockdown restrictions changing on May 17th and outdoor social contact restrictions being removed, this will be the first time you can truly party with your mates, so gather your friends and take a look at our list of best events in London for May 2021.

1. Lucid Nights Summer Party – Friday 21st May 6pm – 11pm at Pitch Stratford, London, E15.

Lucid Nights Summer Party at Pitch Stratford
Lucid Nights Summer Party at Pitch Stratford

Lucid Nights return to the stunning outdoor terraced venue ‘Pitch Stratford‘ and brings to you a fantastic fun-filled party evening. This is literally the first event that you can actually stand up and dance with your friends and they also give FREE entry if your birthday is in May (so sweet). Take a look at the venue below:

Pitch Stratford
Pitch Stratford

You find amazing street food, cocktails and drinks and they have a range of top DJ’s including Supa D, ASH aka LEN & SxVxN playing the best in House & Funky House music. Tickets start at £12 and, be sure to arrive early if you want to grab yourself a table. To get your tickets now simply visit lucidnights.co

2. Jeff Wayne’s The War of The Worlds: The Immersive Experience – Friday 28th May 5.40pm onwards 56 Leadenhall Street, London, EC3A.

Reopening for summer 2021, this The War Of The Worlds immersive experience will see you travel through a world of virtual reality, live actors and 5D effects experiencing first hand the fear and destruction of a Martian invasion. Your journey begins in The Spirit of Man, a steampunk bar and restaurant on London’s Leadenhall Street… With journalist George Herbert as your guide, you’ll crawl, slide and weave your way through 24 extraordinary scenes, experiencing first hand the fear and destruction of the Martian invasion.

You’re not just watching. It’s happening and you’re part of the story. You’ll visit the Royal Observatory, sneak into a deserted house, escape London by boat and even fly to Mars – all with Jeff Wayne’s multi-award-winning musical version of The War of The Worlds as your soundtrack! Tickets cost £62.50 and are on sale now here

3. Glitterfest Brunch – Bank Holiday Sunday 30th May 11.30am – 4.30pm at Proud Embankment, Waterloo Bridge, Victoria Embankment, London, WC2R.

Glitterfest Brunch at Proud Embankment
Glitterfest Brunch at Proud Embankment

For those of you that love to dress up in sparkles and glitter, look no further than the ultimate Glitterfest Brunch. Taking place on Bank Holiday Sunday (no work Monday) the Glitterfest Brunch is probably the most fun you have since lockdown began.

Proud Embankment
Proud Embankment

The Glitterfest Brunch serves up a delicious 2-course meal + 1 hour of unlimited rum punch plus add to this, amazing fire dancers, stilt walkers and performers and enough space to dance with your mate, this is the ultimate sparkle party and tickets only cost £39 per person. Get your tickets now from theglitterfest.com

4. Camden Springfest – Saturday 22nd May 12pm onwards at Electric Ballroom, Camden High St, London NW1.

Camden Springfest
Camden Springfest, Electric Ballroom

Bavarian beer festival Springfest comes to Camden for the first time this May. Spring is in the air and soon, ale will be too as beer lovers are invited to clink tankards at this year’s much anticipated Springfest at Electric Ballroom. Springfest is the Bavarian beer festival that started in Munich in 1965 and has since affectionately become known as ‘Little Oktoberfest.’ It is a welcoming celebration of all things boozy and beer-y and is coming to the centre of Camden for the very first time this May.

Pitcher this: you, in the main beer hall with a seat at the long and traditional biergarten tables as smiley servers in authentic dress bring as many trays of beer to you as you fancy. Sound good? Well that’s not all. Mouth-watering Bavarian street food from Brat Brothers will keep you fuelled with authentic Bratwurst, Weisswurst, Veganwurst, fries and all the trimmings. You can also look forward to freshly baked pretzels with sweet mustard sauce and the not so Bavarian but delicious churros with a selection of sweet sauces including peanut and chocolate and much more besides. Tickets start from £15 and are on sale here

5. It’s Britney Brunch! – Various dates from Saturday 22nd May 12pm onwards at Tonight Josephine 111 Waterloo Road, SE1.

its britney brunch
Its Britney brunch at Tonight Josephine

Another wild brunch? Oops…we did it again! Hold on to your microphones because Britney is in the building. Tonight Josephine is taking you back to the very naughty noughties, with a day of divalicious live performances from their very own Britney Queens. Expect a boozy brunch filled with intoxicating bubbles, a scandalous game of bingo and a vocal showdown that will leave you begging the Queens to hit it, baby, one more time.

tonight Josephine
Tonight Josephine, Waterloo

Iconic, sassy, and full of throwbacks. Is this the brunch of your wildest dream? of course, it is, IT’S BRITNEY B*TCH. Tickets from £55 are on sale here

6. Ballie Ballerson Bottomless Brunch – Various dates from Monday 17th May 6pm onwards – 97 – 113 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A

Ballie Ballerson
Ballie Ballerson – Shoreditch

This might be your first chance to go balls deep after lockdown lol. Expect the ultimate sesh with balls, banging beats, and first 90 mins of bottomless fizz, pizza and Pornstar Martinis. Tickets start from £25 and are on sale here

This page will be updated with more events and more info in due course!!!