Best Parties for 2018

Our Top New Years Eve Guide for Students!

Christmas might be just around the corner but for many of us New Years Eve is the bigger issue at hand. Finding something entertaining to do with your friends can be a difficult problem to solve, luckily we’ve picked out our top things to do and put them all in this New Years Eve guide!

New Year Extravaganza (London)

An amazing Brixton rooftop venue, the South Pole Saloon is pulling out all the stops this NYE. Along with views of South London, punters will also be treated to a performance from Peep Show’s Super Hans and So Solid Crew’s Romeo, Lisa Maffia and Harvey. It’ll definitely be an experience to remember and when you throw a lot of festive cheer and alcohol into the mix there’ll be plenty of fun to be had!

Hogmanay at West On The Green (Glasgow)

If you’re a traditionalist who loves bringing in the New Year with fireworks then you’ll love one of Glasgow’s most iconic spaces. Set in the Templeton Building, this bar is the best place to experience the fireworks and you can guarantee there’ll be a lot of energy and merriment!

Voyage Around The World (Manchester)

Manchester’s Tiger Tiger is bringing you the trip of a lifetime this New Year’s. From Paris to Bangkok, you’ll be able to make your way around seven iconic cities, all under one roof. Each ‘city’ will host its own unique performances and it’s likely to be Tiger Tiger’s biggest and best NYE celebration yet.

Ballie Ballerson (London)

Ballie Ballerson’s NYE Ball Out is a balls to the wall (and everywhere else) celebration that’ll be great fun this New Year’s. You’ll be able to jump, dive and tunnel around through all the venues ball pits in order to find the venue’s awesome retro cocktails. If you’re after some lighthearted and playful party vibes then this is the one for you.

New Year’s Eve at Jekyll & Hyde (Birmingham)

Experience two floors of music and madness at Birmingham’s quirkiest venue. The top floor plays host to a classy gin parlour for those of you after something a little sophisticated, whilst those who love to bring the new year in with a dance can expect all the tunes and booze downstairs. It’s set to be a great way to send off 2017, especially for those who love gin!

NYE Pre-Apocalyptic Ping Pong Party (London)

If the world is set to end then why not go out with a bang at London’s Pre-Apocalyptic Ping Pong Party? Taking place in Bounce, Farringdon you’ll be able to dance the night away and play ping-pong to your heart’s content. So why not bring out your craziest dance moves to DJ Shredded Pete’s best tunes and forget anyone else is watching, after all tomorrow may never arrive…

New Year’s Eve Comedy Show (Edinburgh)

This year Monkey Barrel Comedy is bringing you its last 2017 show. Fans can expect a magnificent lineup of the best Scottish acts and a special, national headline act. Rick Molland has compere duties for the evening, so if you’d like your NYE to be full of laughter and chuckles then this is definitely the right place to be. Cap the night off by stumbling out onto Edinburgh’s city centre to witness the Hogmanay fireworks.