Brace Yourself for Bank Holiday Sunday at The Piano Works

Bottomless Drinks, Brunch and Non-Stop Live Music ‘til 4am

Press pause on any current May Bank Holiday plans because, by request and popular demand, big Bank Holiday Sundays at The Piano Works are back – and now better than ever with the addition of Brunch to the Beat. The Any Given Bank Holiday Sunday all day (and all night) party at Farringdon’s non-stop audience request live music venue is back on London’s social playlist for the 27th May.

Running from 1pm-4am create your own Sunday extravaganza where brunchtime favourites and bottomless drinks meet glitter and temporary tattoo artists, live music and a DJ until the early hours.

Movers and shakers looking to dance and sing the day away can request all their favourite tracks from the venue’s live band playing a marathon 12 hours of non-stop hits from 1pm-1am. Those still standing can keep the requests coming with the DJ taking over until closing time just before sunrise at 4am.

For partygoers looking to throw some food into the mix, the new introduction of Brunch to the Beat (from 1pm-4pm) offers two menu options – Brunch Dining (£50pp), a two-course brunch featuring classic dishes with a twist, or Brunch Drinking (£35pp), with a lighter Brunch Box offering of bagels or breakfast burritos and crinkle cut fries. Both feature two hours of bottomless prosecco, Bloody Marys, or mocktails as well as unlimited soft drinks and gives you your own reserved table for the rest of the afternoon, offering the perfect spot to rest those dancing feet between requests.

Factor in special drinks promotions of £5 mojitos, £3.50 bottles of Peroni, and the new cocktail Top 10 crafted around your favourite artists’ diva demands on their gig riders, and you’ll be glad you’ve got the following day off to recover!

For advance tickets that get you a discount on entry visit Design My Night or just turn up on the day and pay £7 entry.

Go big or go home this Bank Holiday Sunday at The Piano Works.

The Piano Works
113-117 Farringdon Road (Corner of Ray Street)
London EC1R 3BX
020 7278 1966