New Years Eve 2019 Events
New Years Eve is fast approaching and so what to do for your New Years Eve Party? 2019 will bring us to the end of an era. Goodbye teens and hello 2020. We are delighted to be working with four incredible venues in London and Berlin. Celebrating the New Year with amazing talented performers at wonderful events! We’ve employed 30+ performers across four different New Years Eve 2019 Events to ring in the New Year.
The Arts Club
If you are an Arts Club, Dover St Mayfair member then you’ll be treated to glitz and glamour from the likes of burlesque showgirls Bambi Blue and Ruby St James. They will be welcoming guests in the Arts Club lobby before dinner and entertaining you throughout. As well as the incredible Vicky Butterfly and her sparkling giant Moon dazzling party goers in the Arts Club Ante Room. Our friends at the Arts Club know how to throw an amazing party and what better way to see in the New Year then partying at this glamorous venue with our Burlesque beauties.
Arcade Food Theatre
We also have the delightful experience producing entertainment for the Arcade Food Theatre in the heart Oxford St. This will be a first time working with the wonderful venue and what a debut event to kick things off. You can expect an evening full of the very best live entertainment. With a whole host of DJs and roaming cabaret performers including close-up magicians, stilt walkers and hilarious fortune telling bearded drag queens.
Berlin Soho House
New Years Eve 2019 this year will take us to Berlin, Germany. As we are working with Soho House after the success of last years White City New Years Eve. We are producing a large scale New Years Eve event for the House and the theme is High School Prom. Think prom, think 80’s, think lamé. Draped in metallic lamé the house will be decorated with interactive and immersive performers that bring the theme to life. A double ensemble of voguing frat boys and dancing cheerleaders mixed with beatboxing teachers and Drag King and Queen dancers!
Chelsea Arts Club
Keeping inline with the German theme here in London at the Chelsea Arts Club you can expect a wonderfully bizarre Bauhaus Party! We love the Chelsea Arts Club as it always dares to be different in theme and this year is no different. Hidden away in Chelsea they go all out with decorating the front of the building to match the theme. This year they are celebrating Bauhaus’s 100th anniversary and making a colourful nod to a much-loved neighbouring building on Old Church Street designed by Bauhaus-founder, Walter Gropius, and Maxwell Fry in 1935.