Anti-Valentine's Day in Glasgow
Valentine's Day. Boo, hiss, bleugh. If you're more fed up than loved up this Valentine's Day, if you think the whole thing is one Hallmark heart-shaped farce, or if you're single, loving it, and looking to party, then our list of what to do for an Anti-Valentine's Day in Glasgow is for you. No candlelit suppers, no rubbish rom-coms, no hearts, no flowers, and no cards. Just drinking, dancing, and toasting February 14th - just another great night out in Glasgow.
Anti-Valentine’s Day in Glasgow doesn’t have to be all ‘sticking-your-finger-up-to-romance’, sometimes it can be about good, honest fun. So take a trip to Revolution with a couple of friends and grab a bite to eat – with tasty mains to delicious pizzas – and drink a few vodka-based cocktails. Then, you can just ride the good vibes and great tunes for a good-spirited night out.
What can cure those anti-Valentine blues? A good Irish pub is what. Grab yourself a Guinness, get stuck into a pie and laugh your way through the, allegedly, most romantic day of the year with some fantastic company. You’ll only find good vibes here, and the impressive interior makes the trip more than worth it.
Single on Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry, Sub Club have got your back with The i AM, where top DJ duo Beta & Kappa take you through a night of techno, funk, electronica and way more at one of the coolest clubs in Glasgow. And who knows, maybe you’ll meet someone there…
Fancy locking yourself in a dark room and pretending it's not Valentine's Day altogether? Perfect. Well aside from the dark bit. Hummingbird on Bath Street have some cracking party pods for the perfect Anti-Valentine's night out in Glasgow. Grab a bunch of your fellow skeptics and camp out with cocktails and karaoke in one of Hummingbird's awesome party rooms. Bagsy singing All the Single Ladies...
Flat 0/1. Of course if you wanted to celebrate your single life, where better than the permanent student flat party venue. The cool and quirky club is decked out in wacky seventies-style décor, the drinks are cheap and the music is good: get your friends together and party like Valentine’s Day doesn’t exist.
Kushion's weekend escapades are the perfect antidote to Valentine's day nausea. With an opulent, luxurious theme and enough R&B tunes to last a life-time, it won't take long before you forget what date it is and lose yourself to the dancefloor. No need to overdose on love this year folks, it's all about the music!
What’s better than crying indoors on Valentine’s Day? Laughing at The Stand Comedy Club. Their weekly new comedy showcase has some of the best open mic night performances in the country, ranging from famous comedians testing new material to brand new people trying their comedic talents for the first time. You’ll be laughing too much to care about Valentine’s Day.