Combining burlesque, vaudeville, saxophone, magic and DJs till late, this cabaret New Year's Eve party is one quirky way to celebrate the start of 2020. Topping off the experience is a champagne reception, eight plate sharing menu and plenty more.
Something a Little Different for New Year's Eve
Tired of the standard New Years Eve parties and club nights that we see each and every year? DITTO. Now is the time to try out something a little different. London is full of weird and wonderful nights, themed events, and plenty of alternatives to the stereotypical end of year bash. If you're in it for the unique as the clock strikes 2020, then head right this way...
For further inspiration, take a look at our New Year's Eve London Guide.
Prepare for a taste of Scotland right here in Balham, as the stunning St Thomas' Church hosts a Hootenanny complete with traditional dancing, live folk music and a pop-up bar. Think beer, cider, wine and fizz alongside whisky and gin.
Looking for quirky New Year's Eve events in Covent Garden? Check out Circus; the cabaret restaurant and cocktail bar that's giving you all the French feels this year. With flowing Veuve Clicout Champagne and 4-courses alongside entertainment, it's gonna be a big one.
Wave goodbye to 2019 in true Bounce style, because the ping pong palace is going all-out 90s this year. Round up your crew and head to the Farringdon outpost for a night that promises everything from double denim to dungarees.
Prepare to be transported all the way back to the wartime era as The Bletchley brings you an immersive evening of code-breaking and cocktails. The mission is simple; crack the clues, use enigma machines and assist mixologists in creating your own personalised tipples.
Leave your inhibitions at the door as Neon Naked Team see you into 2020 in the most colourful way. The unique arts event is taking over King's Cross' Drink Shop & Do for a night of body paint, performers and dancing.
When it comes to quirky NYE events in London, you can always count on Soho. Century Club is no exception, as the Shaftesbury Avenue favourite hosts live bands, DJs and cabaret performers over 4 floors. Grab your mask and get down.
It's all about Bon Jovi, Whitney Houston and Aerosmith as Ultimate Power returns with a foot-stomping soundtrack of power ballads from the biggest and best. Practice those air guitar solos, because The Electric Ballroom is popping off.
Ever wanted to be treated like royalty? Now you can reenact Medieval feasting, drinking and partying with at a New Year's Eve party unlike any other. Simply head to this event, a stone's throw from the Tower of London, and let the madness unfold.
Drag it up this December 31st, because Old Street Brasserie is looking absolutely fabulous. With live performances from the likes of Velma Celli and Portia de Fosse, as well as multi-course dining, this Soho spot is going to be one glam pick.
They say that west is best... and the Aeronaut would definitely agree. Roll up, roll up to the Acton hotspot for a night of circus-themed antics with The Greatest Show. Think spectacular acrobatics, fire-breathers and much more.
Fancy spending your final hours of 2019 locked up? Trust us, this'll be a good one. From Covent Garden to Shoreditch, Alcotraz is the prison-themed cocktail bar that'll see you donning an orange jumpsuit and sipping on tailor-made concoctions.
Fancy yourself a bit of Walter White? Live your inner mad scientist as ABQ London brings you an immersive evening of boozy infusions and molecular techniques as you 'cook' your own cocktails in an RV just like the one from Breaking Bad.