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New Year's Eve at Skylon

This, the night of all nights, will centre around a bespoke luxe tasting menu, created by Executive Chef, Helena Puolakka.  Afterwards, enjoy a glass of champagne on the terrace of Royal Festival Hall  – the perfect vantage point for London’s legendary midnight fireworks display. After enjoying your meal with family and friends, you can dance the night away to the sound of live music from Tokyo band.

Tokyo are a band at the top of their game bringing you a slick modern performance of all styles of popular music from the 50s to present day hits. With a decade of experience behind them, Tokyo traverse rich genres of music with exuberant performance. Superbly slick and polished as a band, their individual credentials are equally impressive. These musicians have played with Dizzy Rascal, Robbie Williams, Strictly Come Dancing, Joss Stone, Mick Hucknell and ABC to name a few.

Tables are available to book from 6:30pm.

Tickets are priced at £325 for a 5 course menu and £50 for kids for 3 courses.

For more information and to book, visit the Skylon website.

Discover Skylon

Skylon takes its name from the iconic structure that was built on the South Bank for the 1951 Festival of Britain.

Skylon’s design echoes the style of the Royal Festival Hall during the same period with some contemporary touches, such as the uniquely designed chandeliers and surfaces of bronze, walnut and slate.

In spite of its popularity with the public, the cost of dismantling and re-erecting the Skylon in 1951 was deemed too much for a government. Speculation as to the Skylon’s fate included theories that it was dumped into the Thames, buried under Jubilee Gardens, made into souvenirs or sold as scrap. 

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Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX