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Nula Hula performing at Battersea Arts Centre

Top 5: New Years events

21 December 2017 Katie Da Cunha Lewin

New Years Eve is always a tricky one; what to do? Where to go? Too many options! Luckily, we’ve had a look through to find something a little more unusual to get you in the mood for 2018.

New Year’s Eve Party at Bobby's

Bobby Fitzpatrick will be hosting a nostalgic New Year's Eve house party. Channelling the legendary disco groove of Studio 54, Bobby's guests are encouraged to perfect their Stayin' Alive falsettos, don their shiniest John Travolta shoes, and put Saturday Night Fever dance moves into practise.
 
New Year’s Eve Party at Bobby's is at Bobby Fitzpatrick. £15 on the door.


Image credit: New Year’s Eve Party at Bobby's

The Black Cat Ball

The Paradiso Spiegeltent is putting on a new and daring cabaret show this New Year in the The Black Cat Ball. There will be circus skills, live music, roving performers and an extended DJ set all held in the spectacular surroundings of Leicester Square. Don’t forget to check out the dress code: ‘gold, red or black; silver-screen sirens and dapper gents’.
 
The Black Cat Ball is at the Paradiso Spiegeltent. Tickets £55.


Image credit: The Black Cat Cabaret

Battersea Big Top: New Year’s Eve
 
Returning for its fourth year in a row, Battersea Arts Centre host their annual New Year spectacular including cabaret, DJs and live music, including ceilidh band Fiddle Paradiddle. Nula Hula will be hooping, Cian Hammond will be swinging from the rafters, and The Great Negas David Bennie will be showing off his muscles.
 
Battersea Big Top: New Year’s Eve is at Battersea Arts Centre. Tickets £35.


Image credit: Nula Hula

New Year’s Eve Comedy
 
If partying and circus skills aren’t your thing, then why not head over to the London Comedy Club for their New Year’s Eve Comedy show. Though they don’t announce their acts in advance, they often host some of the top acts working in Britain at the moment.
 
New Year’s Eve Comedy is at London Comedy Club. Tickets from £30.

The Prohibition Party
 
This immersive 1920s themed party will take you back to the time of the Charleston, flappers and bootlegged booze. Put your best beaded dress on and dance to live DJs, live music or watch the silent cinema. This will definitely be a stylish and opulent night out.
 
The Prohibition Party is at The Grand Hall St Pancras. Tickets from £55.


Image credit: The Prohibition Party

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