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Trump vs Clinton: where to watch the US election result in London

After what feels like a lifetime of campaigning, the 45th president of the United States is likely to be known in the early hours.

Who will become the 45 president of the United States? Credit: PA

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are of course the candidates, but if you fancy making a night of it, here’s where you can go to in the capital for an American-flavoured knees-up.

Electile (Dys)Function at Dinerama, Shoreditch

A whopping 10 hours of presidential partying is in store, with Toupé Hoopla, Trump Tower Jenga, Russian Roulette and screenings of some exclusive Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump short films.

American craft beers will be on offer along with an "Obamarama" with an American selection of wine.

Tickets are £50 and include free drink and all-you-can-eat street food buffet.

Hillary Clinton is considered by many to be the frontrunner Credit: PA

Election Night: All American Party at The Blues Kitchen, Shoreditch

A brass band will parade through rows of star spangled flags at this party ahead of the results actually starting to come in, plus there will be a Trump voodoo doll "where you can release in a healthy way".

Hold hands and dance into the night, or cry into each others' arms is the one thing yet to be determined, say organisers.

Free entry, live music starts at 9.45pm.

Parties are being held across London as the results from the US election come in Credit: PA

US Election Giggle at Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

Comedians and political guests will serve up a night of punditry and performance along with doses of results coverage.

Doors open at 9pm, tickets £10 on the door.

The Election Section – An All Nighter US Edition at The Social, Little Portland Street

Two huge screens will show the results live as they come in, with experts from the Simple Politics team on hand to make sense of it all.

Tickets are £5.90.

Donald Trump has split opinion during the campaign Credit: PA

The first results are due to come in at midnight, with the winner likely to be known by around 4am on Wednesday.