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Bottomless Pimms at Neverland

Coronation Party at Fulham Beach

May 5th-8th

Get Ready For The Ultimate Bottomless Pimms Weekend

Set within the stunning surroundings of Neverland's Fulham Beach, where people have been creating unforgettable memories for over five years.


Bottomless Pimms Weekend at Neverland

💃 Get ready for the most EPIC weekend! 🎶


Pack your sunglasses and Union Jacks, and join us at the heart of Fulham for a legendary weekend party you won't forget! 


Dance the weekend away with live, back-to-back DJ sets on the beach spinning your favourite tunes 


🍹 Bottomless Pimms!

(Any main course must be purchased on the day to qualify)

 Beach Club Menu includes: Burgers, Crispy Tacos, Sourdough Pizzas 


📣 Don't miss our SPECIAL Coronation Bottomless Pimms event! 🥂

Hurry, spots are filling up fast! Book your spot now and let the festivities begin! 


Friday 6th May 2023

(Non-stop 🎤 Live DJ Sets - Bottomless Pimms)

Good Music - Good Times - Great Friday Night!

6pm to 12am

Saturday 7th May 2023

(🍾Bottomless Pimms - 🍽️ Delicious Food - Big Screen)

12pm to 12am

Sunday 8th May 2023

Sunday Party before the Bank Holiday

(Non-stop 🎤 Live DJ Sets - Bottomless Pimms)

12pm to 12am

Please notify us of group bookings so we can seat you together!

#CoronationWeekend #Neverland #BeachParty #Entertainment #DJs 

Treat yourself to the Kings Coronation Themed Bottomless!


🍾 1.5hrs of Bottomless Pimms

Line-up DJ's

🍽️ Delicious main courses to choose from our a-la-carte menu

(eg. Gourmet Burgers, Yakitori Chicken Skewers, Asian Wings, Tempura Prawns) 

General Info

📅 Date: Saturday 6th May to Monday 8th May

🕒 Time: 12 pm-12 pm

📍 Venue: Fulham Beach Club

👤 Age requirement: 18+ with a valid ID

Reviews (click here)



"Had a really good night not something I’d usually go to, would definitely go again" Harry


"We had an amazing weekend. Very entertaining line dancing, great fancy dress and lots of fun"  


"We had the best day, full of fun and laughter, music was great we all had a sing-along, the venue was gorgeous and entertaining"



Ah, The Kings's Coronation Bank Holiday in London

A weekend of royal pomp, merriment and festivities

The coronation of King Charles III is just around the corner, so now is the time to start getting excited. The event will be held on 6 May 2023 and is the first coronation in nearly 70 years, the longest the country has ever gone without such a ceremony.

King Charles III's coronation is expected to be an unrivalled historic occasion, offering regular people in the United Kingdom and overseas nationals the chance to experience the event in person.


During the formalities, officials will ask King Charles III if he would govern the UK and the other countries in the Commonwealth as head of state and if he would maintain Christianity in the nation.

Only a minority of MPs and peers will attend King Charles's coronation. However, more spaces may become available at Buckingham Palace following pleas to accommodate additional guests.

When Is The Coronation Bank Holiday?

While his majesty's coronation will occur on 6 May 2023, there will be an additional bank holiday on Monday May 8, two days after the ceremony. This extra bank holiday will take place across the United Kingdom to strengthen both local and national events and pay tribute to the new monarch.

Can You Watch The Coronation On TV?

The King's coronation will be televised throughout the United Kingdom and internationally. The move comes after the Accession Council agreed on the broadcast live last year after the queen's funeral. The late Queen Elizabeth also requested the broadcasting of her coronation ceremony in 1953 when she was officially crowned.

Speculation suggests that King Charles III could become the nation's first monarch to be publicly anointed at the historic occasion. Planners are building a transparent canopy in Westminster Abbey where TV crews, in-person onlookers, and the royal family will witness live events.

What Will Happen During The Coronation?

King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla will begin proceedings at Buckingham Palace before proceeding to Westminster Abbey in procession. They will then receive their crowns at the Abbey in a service conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, starting at 11 am.

Pageantry will reflect King Charles' tastes and preferences. However, the structure of the coronation bank holiday will take the core elements from historical periods.

The King has asked Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber to write the Coronation Anthem, which will respect history and the monarch's role today. When he takes the crown, King Charles III will pledge to remain the "Defender of the Faith."

However, he will also add lines stating that he will protect and serve all religions in light of Britain's multicultural society.

In 1953, 8,000 guests travelled to Westminster Abbey for Queen Elizabeth's coronation. However, his Majesty King Charles III will limit numbers to 2,000 for health and safety reasons.

What Will The King Wear During The Coronation?

During the coronation service, the King will receive St Edward's Crown, a solid gold crown encrusted with more than 500 gemstones of varying sizes, including rubies, sapphires and garnets. Upon leaving the Abbey, he will wear the Imperial State Crown.

Most commentators believe King Charles III will arrive at the ceremony wearing his military uniform. This regalia will then comprise the majority of his attire for the big day.

Charles will wear the Robe of State when he enters Westminster Abbey. This robe is also sometimes called Parliament Robe and monarchs wear it for the State Opening of Parliament.

Charles will also hold or put on a range of sacred objects during the ceremony. These are based on the Royal Book or Liber Regalis, which details what order the monarch should wear garments.


Robes and other items are supposed to evoke the weight of responsibility brought by Royal life.

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What Will Happen After The Coronation Ceremony?


Following the coronation of King Charles III, there will be a bank holiday weekend of events, including the coronation concert at Windsor Castle.

The BBC will issue 5,000 free tickets to lucky members of the public who can watch an all-star line-up of global music icons and contemporary stars for a once-in-a-lifetime musical celebration.


Those who can't attend in person can experience this unique moment on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, and BBC Sounds.

People across the country will also take part in the Coronation Big Lunch where neighbourhoods and communities will share food and have fun.


The prime minister will host his own Big Lunch at Downing Street which will invite volunteers from across the United Kingdom.

How To Celebrate The Coronation of King Charles III in London?

King Charles and the Queen Consort's coronation combines the traditional pomp of royalty with good old-fashioned fun.


Several thousand members of the royal entourage, VIPs, and selected members of the public will witness events directly, while thousands more will throng the streets, getting glimpses of what's happening.

The government is gearing up for a party atmosphere by making changes to the Licensing Act (2003). This change means bars, clubs, and pubs can extend their licensing hours over the bank holiday weekend.


That's great news for our Bottomless Pimms Weekender!

Neverland London's Bank Holiday Lineup


Neverland London is hosting a special Coronation Bottomless Pimms Event that you won't want to miss.


The resident DJs are ready to start the party, so pack your sunglasses and union jack stripes and join us for a legendary party in the heart of Fulham. Book your spot now!

Endless Pimms accompanied by non-stop DJ entertainment


Join us at Neverland's spirited brunch featuring London's top DJs. Indulge in 90 minutes of unlimited Pimms while selecting from the scrumptious main dishes.


Neverland London presents the perfect tipsy brunch to elevate your mood, accompanied by exceptional music from some of the greatest tracks ever produced.

We offer you the chance to groove and sing to your favourite tunes with a full hour and a half of non-stop libations and delectable cuisine.


If you're seeking an event that evokes fond memories and puts you in a majestic party atmosphere, this weekend's events are just right for you.

One of London's Top Coronation Brunches

Ranked as one of London's finest boozy brunches, Fulham Beach offers a range of additional features to make your Coronation Bank Holiday celebration a reality.


Showcasing live acts, creative performers, and mouth-watering dishes, not to forget the endless Pimms jugs. The lineup varies daily, so confirm before reserving your spot.

You need to be over 18 and have a valid form of ID to be allowed entry. We strongly recommend booking in advance!

Pick a day that works for you and prepare for the Fun Bottomless Brunch of a Royal Lifetime.

To make the most of the day:

  • Watch the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle with musical icons, drone displays, illuminations, and laser shows. Make sure to book your place on Saturday, May 6!

  • Go to a party as a celebration of the UK's long-standing traditions. Try out Fulham Beach Coronation Bank Holiday Party, which will take place on Saturday, May 6 until May 8 2023

  • Organise a local event to pay tribute to the new monarch and celebrate this unique moment in history. (Residents can apply to local councils to close their streets or roads to motor vehicle traffic for one day of the bank holiday weekend to celebrate)

  • The Culture Secretary is calling on the public to mark King Charles's coronation by sharing their local and national events on a digital map

"We had the best day full of fun and laughter, music was great we all had a sing-along, venue was gorgeous and entertaining"

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