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Welcoming the New Year in the UK’s Capital

London’s calling this New Year’s Eve! While there’s no shortage on how to spend New Year in  the UK’s capital, it can be difficult to nail down what events you can squeeze into only a few nights. Here is our countdown of the top seven choices of how to spend New Year in London this year.  

The Candlelight Club is a jazz age inspired, 1920’s speakeasy. Lit entirely by candles, the Candlelight Club has no permanent home; its final location only known to the few who booked tickets. The true nature of a speakeasy is to be hidden from the public. They host events throughout the year, also hosting a Christmas party on the 10th and 11th December as well as a party in November. Prices start at £45 for the early bird going up to around £55. A £60 add on can include a four course meal. They ring in the New Year with live music by the Bubbly Boys, Charleston dances performed by the Gatsby Girls until 2am. There’s even fortune telling provided by the fortune teller Lucius. You can book tickets here.

With final performances for the year running between 12-4pm on 31st December, New Year’s Eve is your last chance to see the Nutcracker ballet. This well-loved Christmas classic is brought to you by world-class dancers and a talented orchestra that brings Tchaikovsky’s score to life. You can grab your tickets on the Royal Albert Hall website.

Who would miss Hyde Park Winter Wonderland? Winter Wonderland is full of rides and market stalls but also hosts ice skating, a funfair wheel, Cirque Berserk, ice sculpting and much more. You can book specific events or simply enjoy the market stalls and food. Entry starts at £5 with certain events such as Cirque Beserk costing extra.

Ice rinks pop up throughout the city around this time of year but why not explore the Natural History Museum first before taking to the ice? The ice rink is open until 16th January, giving you plenty of opportunities to mark it into your calendar. Tickets for adults start at £12.65 and can be booked on the National History Museum website.

Sunset cruises could be the opening act to your perfect New Year’s Eve. Cruises are popular among tourists all year round, however cruising along the Thames as the sun bids farewell to 2021 sounds magical. You could even use the cruise to help you get to another event instead of booking an Uber.  

A rooftop bar with igloos and ice skating, what more could you want? Tickets start at £39 per person, which includes a glass of Moet Champagne on entry, access to the ice rink, and more. The party starts at 8pm lasting all the way until 3am.

London’s yearly parade returns! The parade starts at noon at Piccadilly – the perfect amount of time to shake last night’s hangover. The 2022 parade promises over 10,000 participants from different parts of the world to bring together a spectacular performance.  You can book tickets in advance to guarantee shelter and excellent views of the action.


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