Not sussed your New Year's plans yet? Here's our pick of how to spend the last day of 2016.
We guarantee it won’t take a search party to find the dance floor when Disappearing Dining Club host takeover London’s only surviving lighthouse this month. The event includes a cocktail, canapés and a supper club-style three course meal before DJs turn up the Balearic beats.
Thames lighthouse. Docklands. 7pm. £100.
Spend your evening in a room filled with dinosaurs without meeting up with your extended family. The Natural History Museum’s offering guests a final chance to dance with Dippy before he goes on tour around the UK. The event includes a free drink and sweet treat plus you’ll be able to explore the Dinosaurs gallery too.
Natural History Museum. South Kensington. 8pm. £130.
'When Harry Met Sally' screening
Not much would convince us to head to Leicester Square on New Year’s Eve, but this screening of classic rom-com When Harry Met Sally definitely does the trick. Held at the Prince Charles Cinema and with tickets including sparkling wine and a party popper, it’s sure to be orgasmic levels of fun.
Prince Charles Cinema. Leicester Square. 6.30pm. £11.
Do Auld Lang Syne properly at Cecil Sharp House’s Ceilidh event. Don’t worry, it includes a lesson at the start for anyone who’s still trying to brush up on their steps.
Cecil Sharp House. Camden 8pm-1am.
Travel back in time at the oldest ballroom in London on New Year’s Eve. While Rivoli’s nights are usually 21+ this one’s a family event, and they promise a magical mix of jive, ballroom, and pop party music.
Rivoli Ballroom. Crofton Park. 8pm. Adults. £25. Children £12.
Roll into the new year a few kilos heavier after spending the night at St John’s second ever NYE feast. There’ll be a champagne reception plus chocolate baked Alaska, whole roast suckling pig, devilled crab and roast bone marrow.
St John. Barbican. 7.30pm. £155.
Plus, here's loads more things to do on New Year's Eve.