From comedy nights to immersive dinners via outdoor screenings of the blockbusters that NEVER fail to make you giggle, London's awash with funny things to do this summer.
Here's our pick of the best - let's rock 'n' lol, people.
WTF Things To Do In London This Summer 2019Go wild this weekend.
1 of 19Thecheesebar.comThe world's first cheese conveyor belt is now up and running in Covent Garden, boasting 25 UK cheeses just begging to be snapped up, Yo! Sushi-style. Paired with amazing condiments and natural wines, we still can't quite Brielieve how fun this looks.
2 of 19Dintaifung-uk.comCult Taiwanese eatery Din Tai Fung landed in Covent Garden this year, and the expert Xiao Long Bao and bun makers are always reinventing their menu. Don't miss these delicious yellow custand bun-nies, celebrating the Chinese Autumn Festival in September.
3 of 19Howthelightgetsin.orgThe world's largest philosophy and music festival, HowTheLightGetsIn, returns to Hampstead Heath in the enchanting grounds of Kenwood House 21/22nd September. Great music, banging comedy, big questions answered.
4 of 19Carnaby.co.ukAn impressive variety of global cuisines from over 60 restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs will take part in this year's Carnaby Eats, where you can enjoy half price food, top notch cocktail-making sessions, vegan events and tons more. Come hungry.
5 of 19Jinjuu.comOf all the Soho eateries taking part in Carnaby Eats. we'd recommend Jinjuu, a Korean joint serving up the *best* Korean Fried Chicken (the true 'KFC'). Try their 'Jin Chicken Thigh' with 3 different kinds of sauce - soy, gochujang, honey mustard.
6 of 19Chambersofflavour.co.ukBy 4pm on the day of your adventure you will receive specific directions to your Gingerline immersive dining experience. By midnight you'll be merrier than ever, dancing and drinking in one of the city's most exciting secret locations.
7 of 19Sfgclub.comSFG Club asks adults to be kids for the night, with a TON of fun games to keep you busy. Take part in the Jenga Championship happening 7th September, or get stuck in with shuffleboard, table football, lawn bowls, crazy golf, curling... the list goes on.
8 of 19Johnlewis.comJohn Lewis ain't just for bedspreads, you know. Up on the huge roof at the Oxford St branch, you can find Roof Fest - a hub of fun eking out the last days of summer with an outdoor cinema, food by Bong Bong's Manila Kanteen & drinks by Background Bars.
9 of 19Neat-burger.comLewis Hamilton hopes to open 14 Neatburgers across the UK in the next year - that's a fast food joint selling only plant-based products. Fake chicken burgers look super real, tater tots are to die for and the Eton mess is a must!
10 of 19Meatopia.co.ukVegans, look away now. Carnivores keep 30 Aug-1st Sept free, as Meatopia descends on Tobacco Docks with a host of the best meat-focused food stalls and restaurants begging to be sampled. Plus more beer than you can hope to drink. Hoorah!
11 of 19Rooftopfilmclub.comThe Rooftop Film club's roster of cult classics and blockbusters starts playing a soon as the sun sets, in a variety of unforgettable locations across London. Watch Human Traffic on top of the Bussey building, Dirty Dancing at The Queen Of Hoxton, & more.
12 of 19Tickets.secretcinema.org/stranger-thingsSecret Cinema does it again! Gather your friends, pack your backpack and grab tickets. Hawkins needs you. In a secret London location, dive into a living, breathing story to experience your favourite moments from 'Stranger Things'!
13 of 19Alfredleroy.comCruise along East London's canals with a cheeky cocktail (or two) onboard Alfred Le Roy. Cocktails Ahoy is an alfresco dining experience serving mean cocktails, delicious sharing platters and gorgeous views.
14 of 19Oldvictheatre.comA Very Expensive Poison sends us careering through the shadowy world of international espionage from Moscow to Mayfair, a show detailing the curious death of ex-FSB Officer Alexander Litvinenko.
15 of 19Mr-Foggs.comLooking for an afternoon tea with a twist? Make your way to Mr Foggs' House of Botanicals for a quirky afternoon tea where you'll be loaded with gin-unfused cocktails, tasty treats and vibrant vibe.
16 of 19Eatwith.comCrayfish Bob's Louisana-style cajun crawfish boil is the stuff of legend (who else loves his stall at Glastonbury?). Live music with crayfish themed tunes. A fully stocked bar. All you can eat crayfish. WIN.
17 of 19Eatwith.com/events/49060Sort your Sunday out at The Brunch Collective in Flat Iron Square - essentially a mini food market where you rock up and stuff your face for five hours, flitting between some of London's best breakfast haunts. Bring your dog. Could life get much better?
18 of 19Moocanoes.comWhy not make the most of the summer by hiring a canoe? Paddle down the canal and enjoy the vibrant energy of East London. If you fancy it, hop on board The Milk Float to soak up in the sun with a yummy ice-cream.
19 of 19Gorillacircus.comIf you fancy an adventure, sign up for Trapeze classes at Gorilla Circus. They'll show you the ropes before you start swinging away and performing breathtaking aerial stunts. You'll join the Big Top by the end of summer!
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