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You’ve got the sparkly dress, you’ve found the perfect heels… all that’s left is the party. From masquerade balls in decadent surroundings through to a low-key house party that’ll ply you with indulgent dishes and lashings of bubbly, DesignMyNight has handpicked the most unmissable New Year’s Eve events across the country.

Styled as a 1940s underground station, Cahoots is the Soho spot bringing a slice of old-school glamour to central London this New Year’s Eve. Fill up on luxurious Grey Goose cocktails, indulgent canapés and rations (it is the 1940s remember), alongside bottomless cocktails before dancing the night away to live DJs and performances from vintage trio, The Hotsie Totsies.

With a rooftop ice rink that touts views out over London, Skylight is well worth a visit come December 31st. Not only can you take to the ice, but there will be Champagne on arrival, special guest DJs throughout the evening and not one, not two, but 12 screens showing the city’s iconic fireworks display when the clock strikes midnight.

Whether you’re a huge fan of David Attenborough or fancy doing something a little different this NYE, check out Market Hall’s Green Planet-inspired event. Expect rainforest vibes with tropical spritzes, recycled décor and some of the city’s best street food traders all under one roof in the West End.

It’s time to get balls deep in the action because Shoreditch party palace Ballie Ballerson is throwing caution to the wind this New Year’s. Think glitter galore with bedazzling makeup artists, sassy drag queens and live music. Make the most of a generous happy hour (2-4-1 cocktails before 10pm) and VIP packages that include cocktails and champagne at midnight.

Always one for a wild night out, Bunga Bunga is bringing the party to Covent Garden… Italian style. Glitzed out to the max, this lively spot is serving up bellinis and 5-course feasting set to the tune of live DJs, hilarious entertainment and an after-party that’ll take you to the early hours. Masks at the ready.

Not only does the Century Club boast a coveted location in Soho, but this just so happens to be the largest roof terrace in the area. With cabaret performances, DJs on the decks and classic cocktails spread across 4 floors, this masked ball is going to be a sparkly one. And to top it all off? Head to the roof at midnight, where you’ll be treated to a spectacular showing of the fireworks display.

till haven’t partied with the flatmates? Now’s your chance, as The Little Blue Door welcomes you to the ultimate dinner party. Round up your crew and head to Fulham for big tunes and a lip-smacking menu laced with lobster-topped French onion soup, beef Wellingtons and chocolate fondants alongside cocktails and bubbly.

The team that brought you high tech social darts is throwing an epic New Year’s Eve bash, complete with 13 oches, fairground feels and a buzzing atmosphere. As for the food and drink? Flight Club has got a sumptuous spread of seasonal plates and paddle pizzas with quirky cocktails, signature slushies and plenty more.

Spent a little too much on Christmas presents this year? Head to The Ritz where Ultimate Power is putting together an end of year shindig where tickets cost as little as £15. Get ready for air guitar, big hair and a soundtrack featuring anthems from Whitney Houston and Queen all the way to Aerosmith and Bonnie Tyler.

After a 2019 send-off that you won’t forget? Dust off your cocktail dress and get over to Dirty Martini, as the Leeds city centre hotspot is bringing you complimentary prosecco, innovative cocktails and glitter galore. You’re gonna want to dress up for this one, because it’s looking like one glam affair.

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