What To Do In Shoreditch In October
Whether you are visiting Shoreditch for business or pleasure, there is never a shortage of things to do. Shoreditch is considered the creative hub of the East End and is also home to a variety of restaurants, bars, and markets.
The town is packed with vintage shops making it one of London’s quirkiest areas. There are plenty of cool and amazing places and shows to explore, from beer parties to immersive cocktail experiences at some of London’s finest restaurants and rooftop relaxation spots. Whether you are a regular visitor or a tourist, there are more than enough fun things to do to last multiple lifetimes.
Check out London’s best street art
This is one for the coolest things about Shoreditch. Its street art is a break from what you will experience in Central London, where art is displayed in museums and galleries. But if you are looking for a unique experience in London’s East End, then the streets of Shoreditch is where you need to go. You will find some of the most creative murals, with Shoreditch Triangle and Redchurch Street boasting of the best. Talk a walk to Shoreditch from Brick Lane.
Shoreditch is the home of unique clothes and accessories, where you will find many vintage shops and independent boutiques. Some of the shops have been there for ages. One of the popular shops Atika, formerly Blitz London, is one of the biggest vintage shops in Europe. Another market that we think you should explore is Brick Lane’s Sunday market which offers a wide selection of second-hand clothing. If you have the time, make your way to Redchurch Street where you will find Le Labo, a make-your-own perfume lab.
See a movie at some of East London’s finest cinemas
Shoreditch is packed with independent cinemas and art spaces. Several cinemas are open all year round that offer a unique experience such as Electric Cinema, where you will enjoy more luxurious fun while being relaxed on comfortable couches, complete with blankets, and good wine. You can stop by Rich Mix, a creative venue that offers a platform for comedians, musicians, emerging artists, and a cinema.
Party at some of Shoreditch’s nightclubs
Shoreditch has always had a reputation for its nightlife and night-time entertainment. It was once packed with theatres, and now bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. You will find high-end clubs such as XOYO and Cargo, but there are many budget friendly options if you are looking for a cheaper night out.