With Christmas getting ever closer and the to-do list ever longer (started your Christmas shopping yet? No.. us neither) it may feel like planning for New Year’s Eve is the least of your worries, but one London event is worth booking whilst you still can. After all, nothing eliminates the stress accumulated by day three with in- laws/parents/difficult siblings (delete as appropriate) than a night out with one of the city’s most innovative and exclusive party-starters, The Mansion London.
Inspired by the Italian poet Valentina Abbagliantini, who was said to have enchanted with her “mysterious, dazzling golden dress” the Mansion London is putting on a New Year’s Eve spectacular that will feature a variety of the most sought after DJs and entertainers, all coming together for the dazzling golden theme.
The location of the bespoke event will remain a secret until 48 hours beforehand (but we can give you a hint -North West London) and it will feature more than two dance floors where the DJs, including the Mansion’s first resident DJ Joffrey Bogart will fill the floor with his exhilarating house tunes, as well as DJ Amin Sane spinning the latest chart hits. Joining them will be DJ Anthony Devz with his fusion of Ibiza anthems and American soul. These world renowned DJs will also be accompanied by performances by electric violinist Oktam and percussion master Sam Baws to create an truly unique experience.
For even more immersive entertainment, guest will be left astounded by Natalie Mulkerrin’s fire-mastery and enlightened by the complimentary taro card readings from psychic Erica Maxwell. Make up artist Miss Anna will also be on hand to ensure maximum midnight allure with her golden makeovers, available from her in-house studio. With their reputation for some of the most creative and exclusive events on the London party scene, see in your New Year in style, and in the best company, at this Golden Mansion event.
New Year at the Golden Mansion
Dress Code: Gold – with a reward for best costume
31st December 2014
9pm – 4am
Tickets start at £20