Still wondering where to spend new year’s eve? downtheditch.com has compiled a list of some of the best places to spend it in Shoreditch and Hoxton to save you trawling the internet in a last minute frenzy.
The Queen of Hoxton
Its nine hour new year’s eve disco is the only one that can boast about its rooftop shenanigans including an inflatable igloo, silent disco and toffee apples all to be enjoyed with spectacular views of the City.
“Think Bianca Jagger on a white horse, diamonds, decadence, dress up, BBQ and sparklers and a line up to see in the new year with a bang.”
The line up features Maurice Fulton headlining the basement along with support from hosts The Idiots Are Winning. On the groundfloor Leftside Wobble headlines the party with the Psychemagik boys will be providing the tunes. Others include Ray Mang, Yam Who?, Capita, Orlando Boom DJs.
Starting from 8pm until 5am grab your tickets here fast for £15 there are only a handful left.
The only club in London to have a swimming pool Aquarium are holding a fire and ice themed extravaganza.
The ice room features an ice bar, snow machine and ice sculptures. If you need warming up venture into the fire room which will have hot tub and a heated pool so don’t forget that swimming costume. Hosted by DJ Rugrat who plays a special set at midnight. A mix of r’n’b hip hop house, bashment, electro and dubstep to be played from a line up of DJ’s featuring Mamps, Ruki, 5 Star, Kay Jiga, Magic and P Montana.
Tickets are £25 and can be bought here.
The Tassel Club
Spend new year at the Hoxton Hall in Victorian glamour. An authentic vaudeville show including burlesque and promises of surprises from the world of cabaret and circus. On the night there will be homemade cocktails, hand rolled cigars and tassels, vintage lace garters and vintage feather headbands.
Doors are open from 7pm until 2am tickets cost £40 and can be purchased here.
Enjoy a Brazilian themed night Tropicalista with authentic samba drumming outfit from Eri Okan. It has a drum section of over 20 percussionists accompanied by the voices of singer/songwriters Xavier Osmir, Marcina Arnold, Tracey Milliner and Rebeca Valim. All in traditional costumes of course.
DJ Cliffy, Russ Jones aka the Hackney Globe Trotter and Cal Jader & Arias all perform on the night bringing the carnival feeling to the beginning of 2012. Doors open 9pm until 4am. Tickets are £15 in advance and £20 on the door.
Beach Blanket Babylon
If you’re looking for something more sophisticated, try a 1920′s four course meal with cocktails on arrival. But decadence doesn’t come cheap at £75 and booking in advance is essential. Sitting times are available from 7-7.3pm and 9-9.30pm.
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