It just got easier to party all night... in London!

We absolutely love any move towards making it easier for us to party, which is why we’re currently blowing kisses at the powers that be in London! Starting this weekend, London’s famous underground rail network will run for 24 hours a day on Fridays and Saturdays. Trains will ply every 10 to 20 minutes on the Central and Victoria lines; while the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines will follow suit in the autumn.

Get all aboard the night train (like that trippy 1998 techno track advised), after getting your fill of London’s rocking theatre or club scene — with no deadline to rush you! Even if you’re not rocking it up in Soho or Shoreditch (like we do), you could always stay late at the Tate or linger at any of London’s other museums and galleries. Let the vibrant theatre scene lead you to West End, where you can enjoy a musical without having to worry about changing three night buses to get back to your hotel.

Where to go in the wee hours: Use your extra party hours to check out Club 49 in Soho on your next trip to London. If you are a karaoke enthusiast, book a pod at Lucky Voice Soho. Besides, there’s always Cafe de Paris in Leicester Square, which has been popular with party perennials for several decades.

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It just got easier to party all night... in London!

Sonali Velinker Kamat

We absolutely love any move towards making it easier for us to party, which is why we’re currently blowing kisses at the powers that be in London! Starting this weekend, London’s famous underground rail network will run for 24 hours a day on Fridays and Saturdays. Trains will ply every 10 to 20 minutes on the Central and Victoria lines; while the Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines will follow suit in the autumn.

Get all aboard the night train (like that trippy 1998 techno track advised), after getting your fill of London’s rocking theatre or club scene — with no deadline to rush you! Even if you’re not rocking it up in Soho or Shoreditch (like we do), you could always stay late at the Tate or linger at any of London’s other museums and galleries. Let the vibrant theatre scene lead you to West End, where you can enjoy a musical without having to worry about changing three night buses to get back to your hotel.

Where to go in the wee hours: Use your extra party hours to check out Club 49 in Soho on your next trip to London. If you are a karaoke enthusiast, book a pod at Lucky Voice Soho. Besides, there’s always Cafe de Paris in Leicester Square, which has been popular with party perennials for several decades.

Image Credits: timeout.com

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