Let love blossom in a way that suits you! Here are four fabulous ways that you could be celebrating Valentine’s Day in London with your special someone this year.
Romantic Valentine’s Day in London
Nothing is more romantic than a Valentine’s dinner for two. But how about you give that dinner-date a boost with an ultra-romantic afternoon activity. Our favourite romantic thing to do in London on Valentine’s Day is a trip to the Whispering Gallery at St Paul’s Cathedral. Here the curved wall carries the sound of your whisper all the way to the other side of the gallery. It really is the most romantic way to whisper sweet nothings to your loved one!
Formal Valentine’s Day in London
If you are really looking to impress your loved one on Valentine’s Day, stick to the most formal traditions. Book a table at a restaurant with views of the London skyline, such as The Shard. Then follow up with a trip to a West End theatre performance, an opera, or ballet. Think James Bond suave, refined glamour, exclusive events and venues. Our top picks for February, 14th 2020 are: Royal Festival Hall, Valentine in Paris; Sondheim Theatre, London, Les Miserables; and Cadogan Hall, Orchestral Valentines.
Fun Valentine’s Day in London
If laughter is your food of love then why not make Feb 14th an excuse to have some FUN! Covent Garden Comedy Club is a popular venue all year round, and a great idea for a fun Valentine’s date. Tickets start at £18 and the entertainment runs from 8pm to 10pm, leaving plenty of time to party after. Why not head to Troxy, London for Fleetmac Wood Sea of Love Disco. This is no Fleetwood Mac tribute act – expect exclusive remixes and edits crafted for the dance floor; a DJ set and AV show that re-frames the music of Fleetwood Mac, twirling through disco, techno and house!
Alternative Valentine’s Day in London
We think the London Anime and Gaming Con is the most alternative way for a couple to celebrate Valentine’s Day in London. If you and your loved one are into Cos Play, Anime, Gaming or Comics you must head to London Metropolitan University. The convention promises live music and parties from morning until midnight. There’ll also be a chance to swoon over your favourite stars.