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Where to celebrate this New Year’s Eve in East London

Still looking for New Years Eve ideas? Here’s our guide to local events offering a sparkling night of fun, laughs and dancing on your doorstep.

Look no further to find the best local New Year’s Eve events just a walk away. Our finest local venues are serving up a selection of festivities with a strong variety to choose from – whether that’s dancing till dawn, or tucking into a hearty pub meal. Avoid the hassle of a faraway excursion and endless queues and take a punt on the East End’s finest events to sing, dance and laugh your way into 2023.

New Year’s at Troxy, Limehouse


Iconic music venue Troxy will transform into Cirque Du Soul for a 2000-strong rave. Expect exotic decor, dynamic performers and a pounding DJ set from nightclubbing stalwarts, Horse Meat Disco. The recently announced DJ group will provide the best in groovy disco edits and euphoric house music. Find out more at our Cirque Du Soul NYE event page.

Troxy, 490 Commercial Road, London, E1 0HX

Backyard Comedy Club, Bethnal Green


Laugh into the new year with a comedy gala and disco party. This Bethnal Green space will host comedians including Andrew Mensah, Ingrid Dahle, David Ward, before opening up the dancefloor. For those seeking a mix of laughter and shameless moves to see off 2022, there’s nowhere better. For more information, check out our Backyard Comedy Club event listing.

Main Yard, 98C Wallis Rd, London E9 5LN

Morgan Arms, Bow


Looking into the Morgan Arms during the festive period.,

Want a fun, yet responsible New Years Eve you actually remember? If so, line your stomach with signature steaks from The Morgan Arms. Roll up wearing your finest 1920s-themed fancy dress and enjoy festive kitchen specials served till 9pm. Take it easy after your hearty meal with a soothing mulled wine, or continue the night with music and dancing to see in 2023 with style. View our event listing for more information.

43 Morgan St, Bow, London E3 5AA

Number 90, Hackney Wick

View of Number 90, Hackney Wick and the canal.

Enjoy the best disco and house music Hackney Wick has to offer, right by its scenic canal, with the hosts promising ‘all bangers’. Expect electric sets guaranteed to keep people off their phones and on the dancefloor. Come along to see mixes from top DJs, including Bustin’ Loose, Disco Exotic, Disco Haus and Tropical Disco. Find more info at our Hackney Disco event listing.

90 Wallis Rd, London E9 5LN

Lord Napier Star, Hackney Wick


Looking for Hackney Wick homegrown DJ talent and a fan of house, electro and grime music? Look no further than the Lord Napier Star, which will host skilful local artist DJ Grainger from 7pm till 11:30pm. DJ Normski, with over 30 years of mixing experience, will finish the night with a set from 11:30pm till 3am. See more at our event listing for the Star’s NYE bash.

25 White Post Ln, London E9 5EN

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, Pollard Row


NYE at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club

The ‘Space Cowboi Hoedown’ promises a hedonistic night of thrills, with cowboy hats, chaps and glow sticks to light up East London. The club boasts three floors with performances from the finest in the East London queer scene, with DJ sets, pole dancers and karaoke. Expect pop, house, disco and trance music from artists including Areola Grande Latte, who played at Boomtown and Secret Garden Party festivals. Check out our event listing.

42-44 Pollard Row, London E2 6NB

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