- By Kevin
- On Sep 7, 2017
- Travel Tips
The clocks are going back,so it’s time to plan some after-dark entertainment.These 3 events are guaranteed to brighten up even the coldest of London nights.Explore London night sights,London travel guides:
Have after-dark museum larks at Museums at Night
Spent all summer falling over in parks while singlehandedly propping up the prosecco trade?Don't worry,we've all been there.But now it's time for some culture.Many of London's best museums will be staying open late over the Halloween weekend,putting on a range of special events and allowing visitors to creep around their exhibits after dark.The Museums at Night Festival will include gin-tasting at the London Transport Museum,a candlelit tour of the National Maritime Museum and a dumb supper;that's a silent meal,served backwards,with dessert first;at Barts Pathology Museum.Yeah,we don't get that one either.
Explore a Little Tokyo story at Tokyo Nights
Tokyo Nights is a new street-food event from the Night Tales team,set to bring a mouthwatering medley of sizzling Japanese flavours to Shoreditch for the winter months.Various elements of Tokyo food culture;from bustling markets to top restaurants and cocktail bars;have inspired the event,which will also include four concept bars;where you may well strike up a tender friendship with a washed-up old actor(if you look like Scarlett Johansson).
Discover a rave new world at The Old Queen's Head
Gotta get up,gotta feel good,gotta get up,gotta feel good,woh-ho-oh-ho-oh;You know the rest.And that's precisely why you should be digging out those white gloves and belting out a dance anthem of your choice at The Old Queen's Head's brilliant Rave Karaoke night.Returning after a stellar debut in June and a slew of festival appearances,this night is quite possibly the most failsafe antidote to autumnal blues.Seriously,if glowsticks and N-Trance don’t cheer you up,there's no hope for you.