6 Edgy Things To Do In London To Put Some Excitement Into Your Summer

Annabel Usher Annabel Usher

6 Edgy Things To Do In London To Put Some Excitement Into Your Summer

Summer in London, as we’re sure you know, is filled with tennis, Pimms, pub gardens and parks. However, if you’re brave enough to break out of this glorious routine and try something slightly more original then have a look at some of these quirky and unique events. We’re certain you wont be disappointed with these edgy experiences – it sure beats fighting the crowds in Hyde Park!


1. The Medieval Banquet

Experience life as the Knights of 1000 years ago as these historic vaults become your restaurant and theatre for the night! With entertainment from fighting knights, jugglers, contortionists, acrobats and much more this Middle Ages themed evening is fit for a king. For £50 a ticket you’ll be treated to unlimited wine and apple juice and a sumptuous four course banquet (vegetarian option available), to really transport you back and give you a good old fashioned evening. You can get your tickets on Fever here.

Ivory Katharine Docks, St Peter’s Clergy House, Wapping Ln, London E1W 1BP


 2. Hip Hop High Tea

Did we mention it’s bottomless? Hosted by POND in Dalston this is tea time gone, well, hip and for a fraction of the price. Drinks such as cocktail teapots and (unlimited!!) mimosas designed by Manhattans project will be on offer alongside a resident DJ promising some old school tunes. If you wanna get this brunch hip-hop popping then we recommend getting yourself the Bottomless Booze and Street Food Platter ticket for unlimited cocktails and unlimited fun. Tickets starting from £5. Biggie himself couldn’t turn this down. You can purchase them on Fever, here.

Unit G2, Stamford Works, 3 Gillett St, London N16 8JH


3. Immersive Game: Tubeopoly

This urban treasure hunt will test your strategic, teamwork and play skills as you try and meet your game makers instructions! Learn more about London’s iconic underground as you navigate the tube jungle whilst trying to solve your clues, challenges and riddles! This really is an unique experience and the game ­has a large focus on bringing people together – so if you’re flying solo or in a group of less than 5, you’ll join a team when you arrive giving you the perfect opportunity to meet new people! Tickets are £15 including all tube travel so don’t worry about draining your oyster! Let’s hope your commuter training comes in handy! Get your tickets here.

Temple Place, London, WC2R 2PH


4. Mad Hatters

This energetic Alice in Wonderland themed tea party sees the Tea Studio gang combining Tea and Cake and Baking with Tea for a wonderful extravaganza of wacky fun. With Alice’s favourite Queens white roses marshmallow lollies and Eat me orange shortbread cookies as just a few of the tempting treats on offer you wont be disappointed. Tickets cost £32.50 and fancy dress is strongly encouraged to truly recreate the crazy atmosphere of Wonderland itself! Get your tickets here.

Studio 15, Riverside Building Trinity Buoy Wharf, E14 0FP 


5. Win Tickets to Star Trek Premier

To celebrate the release of Star Trek Beyond, in cinemas July 22 (cert TBC), Fever are offering you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the UK premiere on the 12th July in London.Star Trek Beyond, the highly anticipated next instalment in the globally popular Star Trek franchise, created by Gene Roddenberry and reintroduced by J.J. Abrams in 2009, returns with director Justin Lin (“The Fast and the Furious” franchise) at the helm of this epic voyage of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her intrepid crew.  In Beyond, the Enterprise crew explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a mysterious new enemy who puts them and everything the Federation stands for to the test. You can enter the competition here.

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6. Luna Cinema


The Luna Cinema’s gorgeous outdoor cinema screens offer a very different viewing experience. With screens popping up across London this Summer, in locations such as Kew Gardens and Brockwell Lido (where the lucky early bookers will be able to get to watch Jaws while afloat on a boat..!!), it’s the perfect way to spend a warm(ish) evening. Providing you don’t fall in and get wet. You can get your tickets to see of Pitch Perfect on Tooting Common on 13th July here, as well as other screenings on Fever.

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