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The best Brighton New Year’s Eve 2016 events

NEW YEAR’S EVE JUICE JOINT JIVE
Emporium

End 2015 in style, with BN1 Magazine and Emporium’s New Year’s Eve spectacular. Enter the Roaring Twenties, with this prohibition style ‘Barrelhouse’ soirée. Enjoy the finest entertainment, hear the most swinging sounds and drink until the cops bust up the joint! Have a good time, all the time, whether you’re a gangster or silver screen siren. To get you in the mood, they’ll even throw a free glass of ‘giggle water’ when you arrive.

Ready to fight the law is the city’s finest DJ talent spinning the funkiest and freshest electro swing around; wonderful live performances to set the senses alight. If you love vintage, modern swing, jazz or just want to go dancing with a fun friendly crowd, this is the NYE event for you. Vintage clobber is encouraged, but not essential for a great time. So polish those brogues, dust off those dresses and get ready to throw some retro shapes. Say yes to Gatsby and shout no at the untouchables…

Emporium, 88 London Road, Brighton BN1 4JF

www.emporiumbrighton.com


Brighton New Year’s Eve 2016

THE FINAL COUNTDOWN: BOGAN BINGO & SHITTY DISCO

Komedia

It’s Bingo, but as your auntie knows it! Having performed at the Melbourne Comedy, Adelaide Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe festivals, selling out almost every week in London for the last three years (and plenty of times in Brighton), Bogan Bingo are getting ready to drop some extra special balls on NYE!

This smash comedy gameshow sees two trailer-trash bingo callers (with a passion for 80s and 90s anthems) lead you through a continuous barrage of comedy, chaotic entertainment and classic tunes, all tentatively held together by the great sport of Bingo.

Mullets, mayhem and mass crowd collaboration collide during this high octane show where you get the chance to walk away with one of the many prizes up for grabs including free drinks, bar tabs or even a European holiday from Travel Talk Tours. Then it’s time for the greatest club night ever! Experience sheer euphoria and see legends born on the dance floor. It’ll be one to remember.

Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton, BN1 1UN

www.boganbingo.co.uk


Brighton New Year’s Eve 2016

NYE ‘ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI’

Patterns

What to do with a seafront facing art-deco style building that looks like it was lifted straight off the Miami strip? Throw a 1980s Miami discotheque inspired extravaganza. That’s what.

Patterns are happy to present the weighty Bicep as headline muscle for their very first New Year’s Eve bash. Alongside Patterns’ celebrated resident DJs, join Bicep downstairs to bring in your new year under the red lights of the ‘Discotheque’. Expect flashes of strobe and a swirling concoction of classic and reimagined house and disco.

Upstairs in the Palm Lounge bar get involved early doors in a fun immersive ‘Ocean Drive’ styled beach bar slicked out with fine cocktails and a slider menu. Grab your advance tickets now

Patterns, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TL

www.patternsbrighton.com


Brighton New Year’s Eve 2016FUNFAIR MASQUERADE BALL

Funfair

Finding the right place to go for New Year’s Eve is always a struggle. What to wear, where to go? These are some of the hardest decisions to make during the post-Christmas slump. So, instead of agonising, grab some headwear and head down to the Funfair Masquerade Ball. Dust off your best dress or your sexiest suit and stick on a mask to join the revellers in the know.

Featuring the likes of Dixie Dread and rewards for the most dapper outfits in the crowd, the riotous nature of NYE is present here. With DJs pumping out a host of tunes, old and new, this is the night to ring in 2016. For just £20 per ticket, you’ll be treated to your own special goodie bag and a free shot to get you started.

Funfair, 12-15 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 1NE

www.facebook.com/funfairclub


Brighton New Year’s Eve 2016ENGLISH DISCO LOVERS NYE 

Fortune Of War

Founded a little over three years ago, English Disco Lovers present the ultimate show of peaceful activism. Based on a mantra of ‘Don’t Hate, Gyrate!’ they’ve taken their legendary parties up and down the country. It’s is a pro-disco, pro-equality umbrella for a number of fun community-based events. More recently, EDL has been raising money for causes that support multiculturalism and equality. Their Hummingbird Project has been working with the refugees in Calais, where a humanitarian crisis is looming.

It’s been a great year for the Lovers, with their radio shows on Radio Reverb and 1Brighton and their evolution into a national socially conscious party brand. Ever standing against small-mindedness and intolerance, they’re realising the acid house dream of making a difference through dancing. So join them to celebrate 2015 with some disco and classic house anthems. There may be plenty of work left to do, but one day we’ll make it to the Promised Land…

Fortune Of War, 157 King’s Rd, Brighton, BN1 1NB

www.edl.me


Brighton New Year’s Eve 2016NEW YEAR’S EVE AT STANMER HOUSE 

Stanmer House

Stanmer House are throwing a Moulin Rouge Fancy Dress event to bring the cosmopolitan romance of the fin de siècle France to Brighton. Famed for the red windmill on the roof of its most famous nightspot – the Moulin Rouge – Paris’ 18th arrondissement is synonymous with glamour and exoticism.

Revellers will be welcomed by paparazzi, so everyone can feel like a superstar. Once you’re inside memories can be captured forever on their special photo booth. Keeping those senses tingling will be performances from beautiful dancers and DJs playing the best party tunes. If you want to go all out, then indulge in the sumptuous five-course dinner and a free glass of bubbly at midnight. Ooh la la!

Stanmer House, Stanmer Park, Brighton, BN1 9QA

www.stanmerhouse.co.uk

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