Roses are red, violets are blue. No plans for Valentine’s Day? We’ve sorted it for you!
Love it or loathe it, the most romantic day of the year is just around the corner. But you don’t have to spend it canoodling in candlelight. There are plenty of options to make your V-Day a little bit different, even if your relationship status is more ‘meh’ than ‘married’. Read on to find out which events we’ve hand-picked for you, whatever your style…
The Single Socialite
Get ready for some Crew Love! The single socialite may not have a significant other to spoil, but that doesn’t mean she or he can’t celebrate. Get on your worst behaviour with Drake and live that champagne lifestyle. Because, YOLO.
The (Rebel) Rebel
Hearts and flowers and ‘I love you’? So not your style. Grab a few friends and swap lovehearts for legends with a screening of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars concert film at Eventim Apollo!
The True Romantics
Romance isn’t dead with this couple around! You know who you are. You want the works: dinner, date night and a gift to boot. Well, you know what they say. (Neil) Diamond is a girl’s best friend…
We’ve all met these two in a club before: they’re often found grinding up against each other on the dance floor and snogging each others’ faces off. Sometimes, frankly, it’s a bit much. But Clapham Grand will play host to Classic Lovers Rock on 12 February – a night of clasic lovers rock songs celebrating the L-word. Excessive PDAs are basically compulsory.
The R&B Lover
This one goes out to all the fans of noughties R&B! Head back to the glory days with R&B Legends: Joe and Ashanti at the Eventim Apollo.
The Rock Lovers
This duo love nothing more than getting sweaty together at a rock show. Hold out ’til the 24 Febuary. and guarantee Sex on Fire at Kings of Leon.
The Surprise Seekers
Is there a better way to say ‘You’re Beautiful’ than with James Blunt tickets? We think not.
Swap sappy songs for standup with award winning comedian and actor Omid Djalili. Intelligent, sometimes provocative and always entertaining, his stand-up is a hugely energetic and captivating comedy masterclass – much more fun than a power ballad.