New Year's Eve parties are all about celebrating our hopes for the future, but they can also be a time to look back on the past, and appreciated the years gone by. What better way to achieve both than having a New Year's Eve party with a special 'through the decades' theme?
There are a number of New Year's Eve parties in London, each sporting a different era. All you have to do is decide which decade to dress for.
Put on your stockings, feathery headbands, and get ready to dance the Charleston at the Prohibition New Years Eve party. There will be a roulette table, bootleg booze, and a floorshow. Tickets are £50, and the location will be revealed after booking.
The Blitz may not sound like an appropriate theme for a party, but the annual event always causes a bang. Great Suffolk Arches, which will be transformed into an air raid shelter, where everyone will be able to have a swinging time. There will be live bands, entertainers, spitfire ale, and wartime snacks. Tickets are £50.
All aboard the Queen of Hoxton for the NYE Love Boat Party. It will be a nautical night of 70s disco, DJs, sleazy soundtracks, and Big Apple Hot Dogs. The earlier you book, the better price you get. At the moment, tickets are £17.50.
Celebrities are always getting into trouble, but Disgraceland celebrates shocking scandals and cock ups from the nineties and finds the naughties of noughties. Think Britney Spears shaving her head, Prince Harry showing off his crown jewels in Las Vegas, and Dirty Den's webcam feed. Come dressed as your favourite shamed celebrity for a chance to win the Worst Dressed competition. The pry will be held at The Book Club on Leonard Street, which has a disco in the basement, sing-a-longs on the ground floor, a confession booth, and red carpet. Tickets are £15 for early birds and £20 after that.