Monday, 15 January 2018


To celebrate my 18th birthday, a few of my friends and I headed down to London on Boxing Day to take part in the London Party Pub Crawl.

The London Party Pub Crawl is the #1 Bar Crawl in London, you pay for a ticket online at, which you exchange for a wristband upon arrival. This wristband gives you free entry to 5 bars and clubs, free shots at each bar, deals on drinks and a photographer all night.

There are 3 different crawls, London, Shoreditch and Camden. The London Crawl, which is the one I took part in, runs every night including Christmas Day. The Shoreditch Crawl runs every Friday and Saturday and the Camden Crawl runs every Friday and Saturday.

On the Boxing Day crawl, we went to Be At One, Bar Soho, Rumba, Ruby Blue and the final venue was Zoo. Be At One is a chain of city centre cocktail bars with a chilled and relaxed atmosphere. The first venue is where you meet all the other early bird ticket holders at 19:00. You introduce yourself, take a few shots together and maybe have a drink or two. Be At One is known for their 2 for 1 cocktails which I made sure to take full advantage of.

Next stop, Bar Soho. Again, like the first venue, more introductions happened here and once the alcohol was flowing through our veins, we were all over the dance floor. If you are looking for me, I am usually the girl in the middle of the dance floor belting out the lyrics to every song.

Stop three, Rumba. Rumba was an underground, low ceiling bar as someone suffers from claustrophobia, I felt completely fine and it was kind of like a Tardis down there. After many rounds of Jäger Bombs, we were ready to get the night going.

The penultimate stop, Ruby Blue. The penultimate photo that I used in this post was taken here and I am pretty sure I was drunk by this point hence the droopy eyes, but I seem to have the most recollection of this venue. It seems Ruby Blue was one of my favourite venues as I left with many embarrassing pictures and videos on my camera roll.

Finally, to end the night we headed to Zoo. I cannot think of a better place to end a night out, the music was great, the atmosphere was even better and drinks were not too expensive either.

So, what are you waiting for? Head over to and grab your ticket for the next crawl!

This post is in collaboration with London Party Pub Crawl

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