A Level results 2023: Five ways to celebrate in London

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For those students who enjoy a party or those who want something more low-key, we’ve rounded up five events happening in the capital to celebrate the end of the exam stress once and for all.

A Level results are coming out this week and whether you’re over the moon with your marks or feeling disappointed, you’ll still want to celebrate with your friends.

The results will be announced on Thursday August 17, with students all over London will be picking up their grades from school that morning.

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For those students who enjoy a party or those who want something more low-key, we’ve rounded up five events happening in the capital to celebrate the end of the exam stress once and for all.

A-Level Results Day Party 2023 - At Ministry Of Sound London

103 Gaunt Street, Elephant & Castle, SE1 6DP Tickets from £4

Fancy a night of music, food trucks, photo booths and free popcorn and candy floss? Milkshake are hosting their legendary A levels results party at the Ministry of Sound club in Elephant and Castle.

Dance the night away with your friends to celebrate the end of exam stress. Event organisers warn that tickets sell out in advance so book now.

This year’s A Level results are out on Thursday August 17This year’s A Level results are out on Thursday August 17
This year’s A Level results are out on Thursday August 17 | Getty Images

A Level Results Days Party at Zebrano Soho

18 Greek St, W1D 4DS Tickets: £5.39 to £9.65

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Celebrate your achievements and bid farewell to the stress of exams at Zebrano Soho. Dance the night away to the beats of some slick DJs, who will curate a playlist of uplifting tunes that perfectly encapsulate the joy and excitement of success.

Whether you prefer chart-topping hits or nostalgic anthems, their music selection will keep your spirits high and the dance floor packed.

Celebrate your A Levels results with a night of karaoke at Lucky VoiceCelebrate your A Levels results with a night of karaoke at Lucky Voice
Celebrate your A Levels results with a night of karaoke at Lucky Voice | Credit: Lucky Voice

Karaoke at Lucky Voice

Liverpool Street, Holborn, Soho, Islington

For those who would like to sing and dance, but with a smaller group, why not celebrate the end of exams with a night of karaoke?

Lucky Voice’s four London venues have private booths with dance floors that can hold up to 30 people.

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There are over 10,000 songs on the catalogue there, with everything from current chart hits to old-school classics.

There’s also a DJ booth in the bar area playing tunes into the early hours of the morning. A pretty joyful to celebrate right?

Rowans Ten Pin Bowling at Finsbury ParkRowans Ten Pin Bowling at Finsbury Park
Rowans Ten Pin Bowling at Finsbury Park | Credit: Rowans

Rowans Tenpin Bowl

10 Stroud Green Rd, N4 2DF Bowling £8pm after 6pm

There aren’t many places in north London where you can bowl, dance, slurp slushies and sing your heart out in a karaoke booth until the wee hours, but Rowans is one of them.

This Finsbury Park institution offers two floors of bowling lanes, 12 pool tables, amusement arcades, a dance floor and a karaoke booth. You and your friends can enjoy an evening of games, singing and dancing to mark the end of your school career.

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Bounce Ping Pong Bar

Old Street, Farringdon, Battersea Power Station From £6 per person

For a brilliant night out filled with fun gaming as well as tasty cocktails, why not take your friends to one of London’s three Bounce venues after receiving your results?

The venue is a 1950s’-style cocktail bar and pizza restaurant with 17 ping pong tables, so you can enjoy a competitive game to blow off some steam as you relax.

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