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NYE Fireworks, Tarantino Project, The Midnight Ball at The Dutch Hall, and Film Joy

NYE Fireworks, Tarantino Project, The Midnight Ball at The Dutch Hall, and Film Joy

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    Dec 30, 2015   Author : admin

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We're finally fast approaching the New Year! And with all the shenanigans happening in all nooks and crannies in London, we have listed everything you might want to do while ringing in the New Year. Are you ready to end the year with a bang? Below are some things to do on New Year's Eve:

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Get ready to witness the amazing New Year's Eve fireworks display at the Coca-Cola London Eye at South Bank Centre. After Big Ben's famous "bongs" will ring out, UK's seemingly largest annual fireworks display will follow wherein you can watch and take photos with your family, friends and loved ones. Tickets are currently sold out. Riverside Building, County Hall Westminster Bridge Road London SE1 7PB

In case you won't be able to see it live at the Big Ben, you can still watch the fireworks at the Parliament Hill or anywhere at the city with a view such as Cannon Street or the Monument. Watching the fireworks at the Tower Bridge or the Southwark Bridge is also a good idea since it offers a fantastic river views, too.

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But if you're not in the mood to watch the fireworks, then you can check out the magical trail at Victoria Gate. Christmas At Kew is going to thrill your wintery mood as the one-mile sparkling path will wind you up through the world-famous botanic gardens filled with lights and scenic views perfect to end the New Year. And you might just see Santa and his elves perform before your very eyes! Trail opens at 5PM and closes at 10PM. Ticket information can be found hereRoyal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AB

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You might also want to visit The Exhibit as it teams up with Soundtracks while ringing in the New Year for a night dedicated to the arts and to the most iconic director of his generation. One of London's premiere movie soundtrack club night will give you something to look forward to as 2015 comes to a close with its "The Tarantino Project". Standard ticket starts at £25. 12 Balham Station Road London SW12 9SG

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Kick off the last few hours of 2015 laughing by joining in on the fun at The Comedy Store. Two shows will be putting a smile on your face as you ring in the New Year ahead. First show starts at 6PM while the second show will start at around 9:30 in the evening. Ticket inquiries here1a Oxendon Street London SW1Y 4EE

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Or you may watch the new Jennifer Lawrence film called "Joy" as you ring in the New Year. Since the makers of this movie are the ones who made "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle", expect JLaw to be at her best acting prowess... gun-toting and all that jazz. Plus, she also co-stars with Bradley Cooper in this film!

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And for an ultimate party experience as you welcome the New Year, head over to The Dutch Hall for it's famed "The Midnight Ball". It's a ball gown experience worth going set in a beautifully scenic renovated church called Bourne & Hollingsworth. Or head over to The Piano Works for an epic night out as you celebrate the New Year. This black tie affair is going to be loads of fun filled with drinks and dancing.

Like we said, 2015 is definitely ending with a bang!

 

MYC Writer: Elonah Bioneda

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