Cheap/Free NYE In London


 

If you still do not have any plans for tonight and don’t want to spend your pension trying to get into your local pub, then have a look below, perhaps we can help.

 

The New Year’s Eve Goblin Ball

A night inspired by David Bowie’s Labyrinth where the late, great singer dons the tights and acts with Muppet’s.

This themed evening in hackney will be playing funky soul and alternative indie, if this sounds like your type of New Years then find additional  details here

Where:  360 Victoria Park Park, Hackney Wick E9 7BT

When:  Mon 31st Dec 8pm – 4am

Tickets:  Starting from £8

 

Glitter Party

Glitter, New Year’s Eve, 80’s music and drinks, need we say more…oh and karaoke. 

If you’re in Clapham and interested click here for more details.

Where:  Inferno 146 Clapham High Street, Clapham SW4 7UH 

When:  Mon 31st Dec 9pm – 3am

Tickets:  Starting from £10

 

Peckham Levels

FREE FREE FREE

DJ’s will be playing afrobeats, R&B, Soul, Funk, Disco and more at this South London Open House. Also offering panoramic views of London, you can enjoy the city’s fireworks while listening to some tunes, Prosecco in hand and available CLEAN toilets.

Perfect way to see in 2019.

More details here.

Where:  Level 6, Peckham Levels 95a Rye Lane SE15 4TG

When:  Mon 31st Dec 5pm – 3am

Tickets:  Free Bich!

 

Hampstead Heath

FREE FREE FREE

No planned events here but you can watch all of London’s Fireworks displays from the park for free.

Bring some blankets, some friends, your Spotify playlist and some snacks then watch the New Year roll in across the Capital.

Also some people tend to bring their own fireworks, so you may have a closer display to watch, added bonus.

Where:  Level 6, Peckham Levels 95a Rye Lane SE15 4TG

When:  Mon 31st Dec at whatever time you want, but aim for 11pm-ish to secure a good spot.

Tickets:  What ticket! 

 

 

Whatever or where ever you chose to go this NYE be safe, have fun and see you all on the other side.

 

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2015 can get the f*%@ out

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It’s that time of year again when we say ‘goodnight’ to the old, and ‘leave the curtains closed’ in the morning (afternoon) of the new.

2015 has had it’s ups, downs & horizontals but once more tis the time for new beginnings, so in the words of Bill Keane:

 

“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift, which is why we call it the present.”

 

…that being said, remember when partying over New Years eve that water is your friend, guzzle down a load of the stuff during the night to help avoid a pain-filled spinner beginning to the year, like the people in the pic below. Ouch!

 

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Here’s to 2016