New Year’s Eve and New Year in London
New Year’s Eve in London has some of the biggest celebrations but can take serious planning. Find the best things to do in the capital this New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day 2016/17
Whether you’re a local or just visiting for the holidays, New Year’s Eve in London is one of the best places in the world to be for New Year celebrations. Fact. Never one to miss out on a party, the capital is fully prepared with loads of New Year’s Eve parties and events up its sparkly sleeve, as well as the mighty NYE firework display over the Thames. But remember, the fun doesn’t stop on December 31. Spend a leisurely New Year’s Day at one of London’s lovely attractions or a refreshing walk around the city, whilst the masses are at home nursing a hangover.
Here’s our guide to everything you need to know about celebrating the New Year in London, now go make some plans and we’ll see you in 2017!
Top 10 London Clubs
This cool venue housed under railway arches showcases an incredibly diverse range of music to a warm and friendly crowd. Cargo’s tasty global street food canteen is not to be missed either. Free entry before 10pm on Fridays.
Adress: 83 Rivington St, Shoreditch, London. http://cargo-london.com/
Expect an arty, friendly crowd including plenty of students at this award-winning arts and entertainment venue. Corsica Studios in South London offers two rooms of music and a bar. A great choice if you’re into dubstep and garage. The place to go for new, exciting and experimental sounds.
Adress: 4-5 Elephant Rd, London, SE17 1LB. http://www.corsicastudios.com/
Egg London is a stylish venue spread across three intimate floors. Reminiscent of an Ibiza club, it’s the outdoor courtyard that really makes Egg stand out. Cool off, chill out and have a drink under the night sky. Watch the sun come up at Egg’s Sunday morning breakfast session.
Adress: 200 York Way, London N7 9AX. http://www.egglondon.co.uk/
Electric Brixton opened its doors in September 2011 following a million pound investment, maintaining many of the club’s original features and installing a new sound system. This is one of South London’s best dance venues, hosting regular drum’n’bass, electronica and dance nights, plus big name DJs and live acts.
Adress: Town Hall Parade, Brixton, London SW2 1RJ. http://electricbrixton.uk.com/
With three floors, a great sound system and light shows in the main room, Heaven is a club for people that really want to party. Look out for cheap student nights and the flagship Heaven Saturdays G-A-Y night, plus regular live music events.
Adress: 11, The Arches, Villiers St, London WC2N 6NG. http://heavennightclub-london.com/
Camden’s multi-layered KOKO nightclub boasts a full events calendar of live music and DJ-led club nights, including the popular Buttoned Down Disco, Guilty Pleasures, and Club NME. Playing to a range of musical tastes, KOKO’s music policy covers everything from rock and pop to blues and dance music.
Adress: 1A Camden High St, Kings Cross, London NW1 7JE. http://www.koko.uk.com/
Ministry of Sound
This superclub has been entertaining club-goers for 20 years, spawning a record label in the process. Ministry of Sound boasts four bars, four dance floors and five distinctive rooms and still draws big names such as Paul Oakenfold, Judge Jules and Tall Pall. Book tickets in advance and get there early to avoid the long queues.
Adress: 103 Gaunt St, London SE1 6DP. http://www.ministryofsound.com/club
Enjoy summer parties on the open-air terrace at Studio 338. On colder nights you can either party on the heated terrace or move inside, and there’s plenty of room as this is London’s biggest club. Expect top DJs as resident club nights include Sankeys, Krankbrother, Hospitality and Secretsundaze. The club a short walk from The O2 in North Greenwich.
Adress: 338 Boord St, London SE10 0PF. http://www.studio338.co.uk/
This two-room nightclub, art space and upstairs cafe bar close to the Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch is renowned for being cutting edge. Artists and DJs such as Friendly Fires, Digitalism, Erol Alkan, Felix Da Housecat, Simian Mobile Disco, Tiga, Mark Ronson, 2 Many DJs, Tensnake, Jacques Lu Cont, Mylo, Alex Metric, and Ms Dynamite have all played XOYO.
Adress: 32-37 Cowper St, London EC2A 4AP. http://xoyo.co.uk/
Queen of Hoxton
Queen of Hoxton is one of the hippest hangouts in East London. Spread over two floors, you’ll find a buzzing atmosphere in the basement club, lively party nights and DJs playing well into the early hours. Don’t forget to head up to the rooftop garden to check out the amazing views over London.
Adress: 1 Curtain Rd, London EC2A 3JX. http://queenofhoxton.com/
The World’s Larget Digital InfoProduct Store
Digital Storefront – Click HERE!
How Can I Solve My Problem?
The answer is “information” …
… and the information is here!
You’re sure to find the information you need with over 10,000 information products to chose from!
There are books, software and other products on just about every topic. Browse anytime, day or night. Use our search tool to find what you need. Browse by category to see the newest products on the market.