Student Easter events in London: pub crawls, raves, brunch and art

Whether you fancy clubbing, dining or something more challenging, there is plenty on for students.

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As a student in London, you feel like a kid in a candy shop when it comes to events and nights out. With Easter around the corner, the candy shop has a whole new floor on offer.

Here we look at some of the events being put on over the Easter weekend.


As is true every year, any club worth its stock is hosting Easter specials.

Tiger Tiger and The Zoo Bar & Club are open until late on both Thursday (April 6) and Sunday (April 9).

Tickets are available at

Party-goers at Egg London nightclub in 2021. (Photo by Rob Pinney/Getty Images)Party-goers at Egg London nightclub in 2021. (Photo by Rob Pinney/Getty Images)
Party-goers at Egg London nightclub in 2021. (Photo by Rob Pinney/Getty Images)

Camden pub crawls

If you would prefer to hop about some spots, there are two Easter pub crawls in Camden on Thursday.

One starts at The Roxy, the other at Belushi’s, but they both provide free T-shirts and promise four different venues, with a free shot at each.

Booking information can be found at

Easter Rave

If Thursday is just too long a wait for the real party animals, Ministry of Sound is hosting its Milkshake midweek rave on Tuesday (April 4), carrying through until 4am.

The venue’s Milkshake student events are massive, and this promises the “loudest sound-system in Europe” for 2,000 students across five arenas. Music will range from Bass and hip hop to pop and disco.

Tickets are available via

Bottomless brunch

For daytime Easter celebrations, but all day long, why not it in a bottomless brunch. Barrio has a great reputation and has venues in Angel, Brixton, Covent Garden, Shoreditch, Soho and Watford.

With 1980s Latin vibes, this ‘isla bonita’ offers events including The Notorious B.I.N.G.O and the Cardi B.runch.

Climb the O2 Arena

If you’ve been eyeing up a climb of the O2 in Greenwich, now’s the time to do it because you will also get a full-sized Easter egg if you book a slot between Friday and Monday.

The Up at The O2 outdoor climb offers a 360-degree view of the capital, with its highest point at 52m above ground level.

The O2 in Greenwich.The O2 in Greenwich.
The O2 in Greenwich.

Dalí Cybernetics

To take a break from Easter, how about a visit to the Dalí Cybernetics: The Immersive Experience.

Located in Brick Lane, this immersive experience will allow your mind to wander - and will fill the culture slot of your weekly checklist.

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