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Need some ideas where to get your groove on this New Years Eve? Fancy a bit of class and costume, or some theatricality, or some old-school atmos? Then check out our London New Years Eve party guide.
The Blitz Party
The Blitz Party New Year’s Eve celebration party will be held at Great Suffolk Street Warehouse.
Early bird tickets cost £40 and party lovers will be rewarded with an epic night of entertainment inspire by the wartime era.
Pin up your victory curls, polish your medals, wave your Union Jack with pride (or camp irony) and make your way to the air raid shelter. Even better if you can come in drag like these girls from Manchester’s Cha Cha Boudoir…
Dark Circus Party
Featuring performances from the notorious kinkfest that is Torture Garden, The Dark Circus New Year’s Eve Party will take place at the Grand Hall, St Pancras. Here you’ll get an authentic taste of the circus – with acrobatics, fire-eating and plenty of dazzling costumes.
Combining Bourne & Hollingsworth’s atmospheric production, delicious cocktails and a fabulous theme, Dark Circus Party transports guests into a carnival of curiosities. Expect dark, dreamy and depraved world of unbridled visual delight.
This New Year’s Eve, London’s most glamorous pleasure-seekers are invited to shake out their tassels, unfurl their feathers and elude the beady eye of Old Lilly Law at the most lavish Prohibition Party yet.
Obscured from the prying eyes of patrol officers, this evening of illicit drinking and good times will be held in a magnificent art deco ballroom in the West End. Inspired by an age of loosening morals, soaring stocks and bootleg barons, opulence and exuberance is the order of the day at Prohibition Party.
Guests will be transported back to the giddy magic of the glistening Jazz Age, a time when footloose flappers danced the Charleston, card sharp cads tried their luck at the roulette table, and everyone quaffed on the free-flowing bootlegged booze.
If you fancy a New Year’s Eve full of sweet surprises then Basement Sate provides the perfect venue for a more intimate evening focused on what they do best; cocktails, desserts and great music.
Tickets are priced at £45 which includes one cocktail, one glass of champagne and a selection of mouth-watering sweet canapés. The party will commence from 8pm onwards, and with several amazing DJ sets planned throughout the night, this evening promises late night dancing into the early hours of 2015.
Table bookings can be reserved from the opening time of 8pm, and spaces can be pre-booked by card over the phone from 4pm-7pm.