The Castle gets transformed into the Bake Off this Valentine's Day as the The Big London Bake returns for a romantic day out of baking, decorating and eating.
Quirky Things To Do on Valentine's Day in London
There’s nothing wrong with being a bit different and that is especially true when it comes to relationships. Sure, some couples are happy with a candlelit meal in a romantic restaurant in London, but you want something a bit different. So check out our list of quirky things to do on Valentine’s Day in London and get romantic in the weird and wonderful way you need.
From Marvin Gaye to Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson, some of the most romantic songs are owed to Motown. Prepare to be transported to the 60s as this Camden hotspot brings you a night of live music and dining inspired by the legendary genre.
If it's good enough for Sir Roger Moore, it's good enough for a Valentines' Day date. Amaze your partner with one of London's most exclusive magic shows, with previous attendees including Jonathon Ross, Gary Barlow and the former Bond actor himself, as magician extraordinaire 'Sonic' displays his talent for slight of hand, misdirection and mind-reading.
Leaving all prudes at the door, try something quirky this Valentine's Day in London in the shape of a life drawing event. Putting art skills to the test, this is a great way to get to know each other, and get to know each other's drawing aptitude at that.
Orange your colour? Well, this is the date night for you. Head to London's most notorious prison-themed cocktail bars, where you'll be donning some lurid jumpsuits and imbibing from behind bars.
There's plenty of cocktail masterclasses for couples in London, but none as charming as this. Join MAP Maison as they whittle through some of the finest Japanese ingredients in the business to put together a cocktail selection that shines.