Book your spot over at Ballie Ballerson, the famous ball pit that doubles as a whacky cocktail bar. Our pick for a quirky New Year's Eve party in the heart of Shoreditch? It sure is. Alongside the usual fun and games, expect 2 for 1 drinks, delicious mixes, bubbles aplenty and so much more.
Best New Year's Eve Parties In London
While last year's celebrations were... not up to their usual standards, this year we're turning up the heat. Trailing up and down the city, we've picked out the crème de la crème of London's New Year's Eve parties so you can welcome in 2023 just right. From quirky immersive experiences to raucous 1920s-themed bashes, this is our handpicked list of the capital's best end-of-year events, and we're not shy in shouting out about it.
For further inspiration, check out our full New Year's Eve London Guide.
If you're here for a good time (but not a long time) this New Year's Eve, then Tonight Josephine in Waterloo has just the burlesque brunch for you. This sultry bash is a drag-drenched day of bottomless bubbles and bonkers bingo, with a welcome cocktail and mouthwatering brunch to top it all off.
The clock is about to hit midnight on New Year's Eve, but you're all banged up in Alcotraz: Cell Block Two-One-Two in Shoreditch. The immersive experience sees you donning an orange jumpsuit, smuggling in contraband booze past the warden then celebrating with bespoke cocktails.
Electric Shuffle is throwing a New Year's Eve brunch, complete with paddles piled high with bottomless pizza which you can wash down with celebratory prosecco. You can also add a competitive edge to your day with a few games of high-tech shuffleboard.
Throwing one of the best New Year's Eve 2021 events in London, The Candlelight Club is wasting no time in saying a swift sayonara to the past year. With a slick speakeasy theme, delicious cocktails and live jazz, it's the place to party like it's 1922.
Whitcomb's in Leicester Square is inviting you to join them for a luxurious dinner on New Year's Eve. Tuck into four dishes, washed down with a delicious glass of Champers. Or head to sister site 8 at The Londoner for beaut views and Japanese plates.