The Alternative New Year in London

The is finally finished and you’ve unwrapped all your presents. Its not too late to find out whats on in London on New Years Eve-apart from Southbanks biggest firework display of the year.

If you plan on starting the year as you mean to end it, laughing and having a jolly good time of it isn’t a bad way to start. Head down to the original Covent Garden Comedy Store, now in its 11th year, for an evening of great comedy. The likes of Bob Mills, Wayne Deakin and Phil Nichol will be ensuring you leave 2013 in fits of laughter. The show usually always sells out so get your tickets before someone else does.

The Covent Garden Comedy Store is also hosting a New Years Eve party into the small hours at the Theodore Bullfrog Pub with MC Dave Ward spinning the decks. Thr party starts just after midnight so you have plenty of time to grab a bite to eat and watch the fireworks.

For those of you who are still suffering withdrawal symptoms from this years festival season, the Garrisons ‘Garistonbury’ is exactly what the doctor ordered on New Years Eve. Good food, good fizz and good music is exactly what every festival goer wants to hear is happening. The Garrison has promised to put the festive in festival this NYE with DJs playing you into the New Year with all the music highlights you loved at Glastonbury. Get your tickets here, what’s to think about?
If you are looking for something a bit more underground (literally, as it goes) then get yourself to the Blitz Party this New Years Eve  in SE1 at the Great Suffolk Street Arches. From men in uniform and girls in victory rolls to sandbags and blackout curtains, the Blitz Party looks to transport you right back to the war. From swing bands, live DJs and the spitfire bar filled with bubbles the Blitz should get your New Year going with a bang! Who needs fireworks eh

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Where will you be celebrating New Years Eve on December 31st? Have we missed something that’s on in London we really shouldn’t have?
Let us know in the comments below.

Over and Out!

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