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Hosting a cocktail party? Here are the best venues in London for a cocktail masterclass, whether it's for a hen party or corporate event.... Cocktail Masterclass - Venue Hire London | Canvas Events Cocktail Masterclass - Venue Hire London | Canvas Events

Cocktail Masterclass Venues in London

Find and book the best venues for a cocktail masterclass in London

If you are looking for the ideal venue to hold a Cocktail masterclass or “Mixology” event in London, you’re at the right place. Classes and clubs learning how to make top-class cocktails for yourself are increasingly popular, with cocktail-making evenings a firm favourite among certain groups, especially hen and engagement parties. Feeling fancy? Why not check out our favourite wine tasting venues, too?
  • Fitzrovia

    Stephen Street Terrace

    Standing 350
    Dining 150
    Boardroom 48
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  • Mayfair

    Trader Vic's

    Standing 300
    Dining 150
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  • Bethnal Green

    Sager & Wilde

    Standing 100
    Theatre 40
    Dining 65
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  • City Barbican Moorgate

    London Wall

    Standing 250
    Theatre 70
    Dining 80
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  • Victoria

    Flight Club Victoria

    Standing 650
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  • Mayfair


    Standing 100
    Theatre 35
    Dining 32
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  • Tower Hill

    Vout-O-Reenee's - Private Members Club

    Standing 125
    Theatre 50
    Dining 30
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  • Cannon Street

    The Walbrook Club

    Standing 130
    Theatre 50
    Dining 40
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  • Camden Town


    Standing 850
    Theatre 70
    Dining 180
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Plan a cocktail party in London

Cocktail masterclasses are a really fun way to learn a new skill, whilst enjoying a cheeky drink or three at the same time. Is there a better way to learn? Probably not.

Specialist cocktail masterclass venues have opened up across the city, and they’re a great choice of venue for team-building events and away days as well as hen and stag parties. You won’t need to worry about sourcing and providing alcohol or making space for all your guests so it’s worth considering rather than trying to DIY.

That being said, if you’re looking to host your own cocktail making class, check out our top tips:

Find a teacher

Bit of an obvious one – but if you’re not leading the masterclass, you’d be surprised by how many people you know may have been a mixologist in a previous life. He might work in project management now, but back in the day your best friend’s husband made cocktails in a 5 star bar. Plus he still knows how to make the best Old Fashioned because he cracks out the orange zest every time someone walks through the door.

Create your own cocktails

You need to know two cocktails to impress – so teach one classic, and one original. For the classic think Mojito, Cosmopolitan, or Negroni. For the original – the world is your oyster. Think about what suspicious liquors people might have in the back of their cupboards and how you could help them use it up. How about a creative twist on Apple Sourz?


Don’t pull a face - there are plenty of cool and vibey people who don’t drink, and your masterclass will benefit from being more accessible. Some non-drinkers - pregnant people, for example - might go back to drinking in the future, so there’s no reason why they wouldn’t attend. Have a think about providing alcohol-free spirits such as seedlip or whissin, or including a mocktail recipe in the class.

Set the scene

Realistically, is your kitchen big enough to hold more than three people? If you’ve been martini-ing your way through your house deposit, probably not. Check out our amazing spaces to hold a cocktail masterclass in London. Now all you need is some ice (don’t forget the ice).