Between the Bridges Returns to London Southbank
Between The Bridges established itself as one of London’s premier outdoor drinking areas and all encompassing entertainment hubs in 2021. It has returned with a varied lineup of live entertainment, sensational street food, craft beer and cocktails, weekly drag brunches and much, much more. Located next to the London Eye along the River Thames, entry is free all week throughout May.
The unique riverside hang-out will be transforming its venue The Pier into a purpose-built party palace. With a mixture of indoor and outdoor seating, the venue will host a variety of ticketed shows. It’s open-sided but fully roofed and weather proof, making it the perfect place this spring and summer to catch a show during the week, hit the prosecco for an infamous drag brunch, pop on your dancing shows on a Saturday night or explore the weekly Sunday market or weekly residency from London’s favourite pop night, Guilty Pleasures.
First up and after a five-year break, Rebel Bingo is returning to London with an exclusive summer residency at Between The Bridges which starts on June 10th and a one-off show from The Cuban Brothers and a weekly Drag Show Brunch featuring fabulous stars from RuPaul’s Drag Race including Tayce, Cheryl Hole, Victoria Scone, Pangina Heals, and Blu Hydrangea with many more TBA.
Elsewhere at Between The Bridges, visitors can head over to another venue, The Dock, where there are live DJs.
Between now and June brands like Bugged Out, Rooty Soundclash and Eve's Drop host DJs from across the house, disco and reggae spectrum including Rinse FM's Grainger, Lemmy Ashton, Tayo & Frank Tope, Jono Jury, Vanessa Freeman & Sweet P with A Balearic Gathering hosted by We Are The Sunset, as well as plenty more from Little Gay Brother's Olly Keens, Disco Bloodbath's Ben Pistor plus Flying Mojito Brothers and Leo Zero amongst others.
There is also a mouthwatering array of food offerings available from renowned vendors including Born & Raised, BBQ Dept, Cheeky Burger, The Duck Shed, Feed The Village, La Cocinita, Naked Bowls and Oshpaz. This means you can treat yourself to anything from 48-hour proved sourdough pizza paired with London-cured charcuterie to Latin American-themed hot dogs, gluten and dairy-free Buddha Bowls, slow roast pulled duck served three ways, lamb inspired by traditional Uzbek recipes and plenty more worldly culinary delights besides.
Located next to the London Eye along the River Thames and with the iconic city making for a superb backdrop, Between The Bridges quickly became the most vibrant and vital place to be last year. The exciting space offers a full range of fun, food and good times with a carefully curated programme and delicious mix of food traders.
There is nowhere more brilliant to hang out than Between The Bridges this spring and summer.
Queen's Walk, South Bank, SE1
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday – 12:00 – 23:00
Thursday – 12:00 – 23:00
Friday – 12:00 – 23:00
Saturday – 11:00 – 23:00
Sunday – 11:00 – 23:00
Born & Raised
48-hour proved sourdough pizza paired with London-cured charcuterie. Don’t miss their signature purple pizza with beetroot-infused dough, goats cheese and caramelised onion.
Award-winning BBQ caterers serving delicious grilled meat and veg. Think fall-off-the-bone ribs, brisket, prawns, loaded fries and halloumi fries.
Home-made steak beef patties with a range of signature ‘Cheeky’ sauces paired with Rosemary or Truffle & Parmesan Fries. Add a side of cornflakes crispy chicken bites or crispy mac and cheese balls with blue cheese dip.
The Duck Shed
Slow roast pulled duck served three ways, served with homemade sauces and relishes. Plus ‘vegan-nese’ duck for the non-meat eaters.
Feed The Village
Vegetarian and vegan caterers that focus on quality, not quantity. Exclusively using fresh and organic ingredients their menus take inspiration, ingredients and flavour combinations from the Middle East, Northern Africa, Asia and the Mediterranean.
Signature hot dogs and churros with an authentic Latin American gourmet twist.
Offering naturally gluten and dairy-free Buddha Bowls, which are big on flavour with a wide range of homemade pickles and sauces.
Inspired by traditional Uzbek recipes, Oshpaz offers a choice of lamb or vegan artisanal rice-based dishes, featuring fresh, slow cooked carrots, onions, garlic and herbs and Central Asian spices.