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August bank holiday parties and club nights

An extra day off means an extra day to recover, so take your pick of these great parties happening across London over the August bank holiday

A three-day weekend (Saturday August 27 – Monday August 29 2016) means only one thing: more time to party. As usual, there's a bounty of great events taking place across the city to suit every taste, so whether you're looking for pop-ups, boat parties, house music or general immersive larking about, there'll be something for you in our comprehensive bank holiday party listings below.

RECOMMENDED: Read our full guide to the bank holiday in London or Notting Hill Carnival parties

Saturday August 27

Duckie

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Rock disco with artistic live turns, hosted by Amy Lamé with the best retro set in town from DJs The Readers Wifes. Duckie distinguishes itself as gay London's leading pop-and-performance club. The team also put on large theatrical events at venues like the Barbican. But The RVT is where the faithful flock every week.

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Royal Vauxhall Tavern , Vauxhall Saturday October 1 2016 - Sunday December 18 2016

Sunday August 28

Queen of Hoxton Rooftop: A Tribute to Doctor Strange

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The Queen of Hoxton’s party-friendly Shoreditch rooftop is open again for the summer, with a trippy Summer of Love theme. Head up on any day of the week for food, fun and flower power – psychedelic ice cream sandwich, anyone? And check out the venue website for details of special events, including some in association with the Museum of Happiness. Far out.

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Queen of Hoxton , Shoreditch Until Saturday October 1 2016

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By: Time Out editors

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