New Years Eve with 12 and 14 year old girls, central london
212georgia · 30/11/2016 22:52
Would like to take the girls dancing! go to a party! but all of our friends have younger children and stick to their cliques - help help! don't want to have another watching Jools New Years!
SaltyBitch · 05/12/2016 10:31
I'm not sure there is anywhere in Central London where under 18s can dance on New Years Eve.
Floggingmolly · 05/12/2016 10:33
New Years Eve in Central London is not for 12 year old girls. Seriously.
titchy · 05/12/2016 11:25
Errrr 12 and 14 year olds aren't allowed in nightclubs. And certainly not on NYE which will be ticket only and very expensive. If you want to go into London how about getting tickets for the fireworks?
80sWaistcoat · 05/12/2016 11:27
Tickets for the fireworks then dinner in Chinatown afterwards. No dancing but good fun.
janinlondon · 05/12/2016 11:46
The fireworks don't start till midnight, but you have to be kettled in the watching pens by about 10:30 at absolute latest. So you will be standing in the cold, shoulder to shoulder, for a good hour and a half before they even kick off. Also, the whole of the central bridge/street system is closed so you will probably have to walk a very long way to get to a tube. Our 16 and 14 year olds were not thrilled....
212georgia · 05/12/2016 12:20
Thank you for confirming what we thought about the fireworks - We will Not be going. We have gone to Parlamint Hill Fieds for years - which is good fun but the girls are over it.
Looks like it will be Jools!
SaltyBitch · 05/12/2016 12:27
I'd do a nice dinner at a local place if I were you. Book it for late, then get back and do some non alcoholic fizz in a champagne flute at Midnight.
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