New Years Eve In The City

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We’ve put together a failsafe guide on how to celebrate your evening in style. Whether it’s escaping the city or celebrating the night on the tiles, there is something for everyone…


Going Out


The Edgbaston

Celebrate your night with a little roaring twenties glamour at The Edgbaston’s exclusive Flappers and Dappers Gatsby party. Tickets are £50pp which includes a glass of fizz. 7pm-2am. Hotel rooms are available if you don’t want to leave the party too early.


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The Jam House

For a funky night out, head to Jools Holland’s Jam House in the Jewellery Quarter for live music courtesy of The Subterraneans. It’s £35pp entry or £100-£120 for entry plus a six course meal. The dress code is smart, so dress up and dance the night away!


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The Plough

The restaurant-bar in Harborne has opted for an eighties Hollywood movies themed New Year’s Eve party this year. Think big hair, shoulder pads and channel your inner Madonna. For a night full of laughter, head on down!




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Hotel du Vin

Spend the night at Hotel du Vin and welcome the New Year in luxury. Enjoy a black-tie evening with a four course dinner, live music and then look forward to a full breakfast the next day! After all the celebrations you can wake up and spend New Year’s Day exploring the city or relaxing in the hotel spa.




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The Pool at The Club and Spa in BirminghamThe Club and Spa

Why not spend New Year at the spa in The Cube, and banish those sore heads! Relax and welcome in the New Year feeling chilled and calm. With nail bars, treatment rooms, gym and pools – whether you’re with your partner or friends there is something for everyone.


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Cheltenham Racecourse

Instead of celebrating all night long, continue the day after by enjoying your New Year’s Day at Cheltenham Racecourse. Spend it with the family down by the tracks, and enjoy live music after the races have finished. Why not make a weekend of it and explore the city on the Sunday?



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