London’s Entertainment Venues.

London is a beautiful city, and if you are visiting there are so many things to see and do you could spend weeks getting through the tourist attractions.

The experiences available can take you through the day and into the night – there is something in this ancient yet modern city that will suit every pocket, every persuasion, and every preference.

The iconic skyline and locations within the city include things like Big Ben, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, and the London Eye – wonderful tourist attractions that include a good slice of English history as well as the opportunity for some amazing Insta worthy pictures, too.

If you want a new view of the city, then why not take a boat ride along the Thames? If you want to shop ‘til you drop, then Oxford Street is where you’ll want to go for the biggest names in haute couture, or you might prefer to head to Carnaby Street and Soho for the more individual pieces and vintage finds.

When the city lights come on, the entertainment doesn’t have to stop. From interesting dinner locations through to music, sports, and even casinos, London is built for entertainment.


Whether you are a casino aficionado or you are looking for a new way to play after using new casino sites, there are many different casinos throughout the city.

You’ll probably recognise some of the names; the Grosvener group have several casinos, and in the West End you’ll find the well-placed Ambassador Casino – the perfect way to end an evening at the theatre if you want some excitement.

One of the best venues for casino games is the fabulous Hippodrome. Built within a theatre that has hundreds of years of history as a circus and putting on some of the earliest plays and musicals, the casino itself is only a small part of the entertainment on offer.

Expect fabulous clothing, beautifully appointed rooms, cocktails, food, and nightly entertainment as well as some of the best table games in the city.

Dinner and a Show

There are hundreds of restaurants to choose from in London, with every cuisine under the sun to be found thanks to the multicultural nature of the city.

However, if you want something a bit different, then you might want to check out The London Cabaret Club. Based in the Bloomsbury Ballroom within Victoria House, a listed 1920s art deco building, you can expect an amazing combination of fine dining, world class performances that highlight the best of British, and impeccable service.

For something a little different, Bunga Bunga in Covent Garden is built around shared experiences, from the Italian feasting menu to the sharing pitchers of cocktails. You’ll share the food with your table and take in the performances – expect to get involved, whether that is dancing in the aisles or singing your heart out.


The West End of London is the place to be for all the biggest shows. Whether you are a fan of the art house plays or love a musical, there are dozens of theatres in London each with a specific play being shown.

From Harry Potter and the Cursed Child to the Mousetrap, Stranger Things to the Phantom of the Opera, there is something for everyone in London. Below are some of the best choices:

  • The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales Theatre
  • Hamilton at Victoria Palace Theatre
  • Wicked at Apollo Victoria Theatre
  • The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre
  • Frozen at Theatre Royal Drury Lane
  • Back to the Future at Adelphi Theatre
  • Mamma Mia! At Novello Theatre


The historical importance of music in London cannot be understated. Some of the biggest names in music around the world have had their biggest and best performances in the city, from Queen to Pavarotti – and no matter your taste you will be able to find some amazing music to enjoy.

For the big names, you’ll find regular performances at Wembley – including people like Taylor Swift and Bruce Springsteen.

The O2, in the structure that used to be known as the Millennium Dome, hosts artists like Ariana Grande, Niki Minaj, or the 1975 – and the very brave can even see the city from a new viewpoint by climbing to the top (but probably not at the same time as a performance is on).

The Royal Albert Hall is a venue steeped in history and tradition, and while you might expect to take in some opera or orchestral performances (a popular one is usually themes from movies and TV shows), it’s also a popular choice for techno and grime artists to perform at.

There are always pubs and smaller venues hosting new, up and coming artists too – who doesn’t want to be one of the first to hear and see the next big thing in the music industry?

A night out in London can be entertaining in so many ways, it’s going to be hard to pick where you start!