Things To Do In London On New Year’s Eve 2015: Parties And Clubbing

This edition of ‘Things to do in London On New Year’s Eve’ is sponsored by I Love The 90s Party.

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BLACK TIE BEACH BALL:
Dress up in your best trunks/cossie, and add a bow tie for good measure. Then quaff a Belvedere vodka cocktail followed by a seven-course Italian banquet, before exploring Bunga Bunga and Cocobananas’s three floors of DJs and entertainment. Last year’s party was a sell-out, so book early. £90 for ball/meal ticket, £20 earlybird/£30 on the door for afterparty alone, prebook, 6pm-4am

A VINTAGE NEW YEAR: 
They knew how to throw a party in the 1920s. Five floors of Gatsby-inspired entertainment includes seven pop-up vintage nightclubs, stylish dining, a hair and beauty salon, photo studios and a private terrace overlooking the Thames from which you can ogle London’s NYE fireworks. The Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, tickets from £99, limited concessions available, prebook, 7pm

TROPICAL NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY:
Tropical vibes courtesy of Quantic will warm your cockles, before DJ Gilles Peterson throws his hat into the ring. The Village Underground, Shoreditch, £20-£35, prebook9pm

NEW YEAR’S EVE SHINDIG:
Unashamed cheesters Club du Fromage team up with Burn Down The Disco for their New Year’s Eve Shindig. There’ll be two rooms of rock, indie, soul — and of course, lashings of pop — as well as confetti and balloon drops. 02 Academy Islington, £24.75/£20.25 early bird plus booking fee, prebook, 9pm 

FABRIC’S NYE 2015:
Get your groove on as Fabric’s resident DJs Craig Richards and Terry Francis celebrate the club’s 17th year. That’s not all; following the success of her Fabric debut, Nina Kraviz is joined by larger-than-life beat maker Eats Everything. £35-£45, prebook, 9pm-9am


Go retro this NYE and party in 1990s (and 80s) style

Which decade do you prefer: the glittery disco vibes from the 80s or the funky party tunes from the 90s? Join I Love the 90s for a retro-style NYE bash at The Dome in Tufnell Park this year, and you can hop between the two decades. There are two main dance floors: one spinning top 80s and 90s party anthems, and a second with a silent disco. 

Since it started in 2007, I Love The 90s has become the biggest and longest-running 90s-style party in London with sold out parties every week. Aside from one-off events like this one, they’re at The Borderline in Soho every Friday and at The Jazz Cafe in Camden every Saturday.  

I Love The 80s vs 90s & Silent Disco NYE Party takes place on 31 December from 10pm-4am at The Dome, 2 Dartmouth Park Hill, Tufnell Park, NW5 1HL. Tickets start from £11.50 and can be booked in advance online. 

This edition of ‘Things to do in London On New Year’s Eve’ is sponsored by I Love The 90s Party.


DRINK, SHOP & DO’S SWEET ’16 NYE BASH: 
DJs playing the freshest floor-fillers and funky oldskool classics, a lip-licking cocktail selection, confetti cannons, a candy bar and a seriously huge amount of glitter: get your glad-rags on for this seriously sweet party. £10-£20, party packages available, prebook7pm-3am

LONDON BUS PARTY:
LED lighting, limo-style seats, dance floors and a serious sound system playing big tracks: enjoy all this as you get chauffeured around in style from club to club on this double decker party bus. You’ll get a wristband which will give you entry to the clubs, and discounts on drinks once you’re inside. £65 early bird/£75 full price, 7.30pm-12.30pm

NEW YEAR’S EVE HOEDOWN:
Join Buddy the Beaver for a champagne reception, then slip into your boots for a midnight cowboy countdown. After welcoming in 2016 in style, line dance the night away to music from DJ Jailhouse Jamielisa. Beaver Lodge, £20-£30, prebook9.30pm-5am

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY:
Celebrate in true 007 style with vodka martinis and a champagne toast at midnight. Prizes for the best-dressed Bonds, babes and baddies and 2am bacon butties for all (surely Bond loves those too?). Maggie’s Club, Fulham Road, £30-£40, prebook9.30pm-5am

SILENT DISCO:
This retro party is playing 80s and 90s hits all night long, while a second room hosts a silent disco — the ultimate headphone party. Dome, Tufnell Park, £10-£16.50, prebook10pm-4am

BUGGED OUT NYE: 
Big tunes are spun from house maestro Julio Bashmore, Detroit’s Derrick May, Shanti Celeste, Dalston Superstore’s Dan Beaumont, Lemmy Ashton and more special guests at this huge party that’s sure to be a hit. Studio Spaces, E1, £15-£20, prebook10pm-6am 

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18 November 2015 | 2:30 pm – Source: londonist.com

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