Valentine's Day 2017 Events in London
If you’re lucky enough to have been struck with Cupid’s Bow, chances are you’re on the hunt for the perfect place to wine and dine your other half when Valentine’s Day 2017 hits. Luckily for you, we’ve selected some of the most romantic spots in London that’ll no doubt charm your partner off their loved-up feet. Here’s our recommended bars and restaurants for Valentine’s Day in London, with a handy little selection of Anti-Valentine’s Day Parties going down in the capital for good measure.
Last updated on 19th January 2017
Coronet in Elephant and Castle are putting on another one of their infamous parties for Valentine's Day. Taking place on 10th February, the party will celebrate the full moon with dancing in their ballroom, mystery, magic and plenty of intrigue.
The Jazz Café is bringing the most sensual singer back to life this Valentine’s Day with A Night of Marvin Gaye. The Prince of Soul’s songs will be performed with a full live band, with songs such as Sexual Healing to Let’s Get It On. It’ll be the most romantic thing you hear all day.
Looking for a romantic cinema screening this Valentine's Day in London? We think you may have found it. Join the stunning Rivoli not only for a night of opulence and historic charm, there's a roster of cult film screenings to boot.
What’s more romantic this Valentine’s Day than sipping prosecco as you walk through the magnificent Pacific Reef display, gaze at the wonders of crocodiles and turtles, or walking the scary Shark Walk all at SEA LIFE After Dark. This adults-only event is an exclusive chance to see the aquarium at your own pace with the one you love.
Perfect for both couples and singletons looking for something to do on Valentines day, Midnight Apothecary welcome guests to the Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden and offer a selection of mid-winter cocktails, delicious food and fireside entertainment. Alongside a terrifying trip down Brunel's underground love cave, guest will be amazed by a stunning live musical performance by the Nathan Osgood Trio.
Prepare for a night of Dandies and Demons this Valentine's in London with yet another romp from The Last Tuesday Society. From weird and wonderful entertainment down to oddities and fancy dress aplenty, this is a unique way to spent the most romantic time of year.
The JazzBox is bringing you the glitziest Valentine’s Day event that you will attend: Groove & Soul Superfly Themed Party. Be treated to delicious canape courses, champagne, live funk and groove music, and plenty of roses. And the best dress dressed couple are awarded some fantastic prizes. Get your groove on this Valentine’s Day.
Four Roses Bourbon is bringing about some of the best drinks in the business this Valentine's Day in London with their love-induced special. Join them for a masterclass as you shake and sup your way through a selection of delicious drinks with the one you love.
Juju's invites London romantics to their Spitalfields venue for a film screening of the 1993 classic Poetic Justice. The film inspired a generation of young writers, artists and romantics. With all the popcorn you could ask for, the evening will end with soulful RnB music and a live spoken word readings by a number of talented artists.
Mix it up this Valentine's with Leo DiCaprio, Posh and Becks and the royal family as Madame Tussaud's opens its doors for a late night event. Forget round-the-corner queues and kids, this is exclusively for adults; have a spin on the Spirit of London ride, visit the Star Wars exhibition and sip prosecco.
Reliving the frivolous fun of the roaring 1920s, Sipsmith and the Ham Yard Hotel are again teaming up, reopening the Hot Gin Roof pop up this winter. Taking place in the opulent Central London hotel, the event is sure to draw in juniper-berry enthusiasts from all over the South. Guests can indulge in a vast selection of different drinks, from a perfectly balanced G&T to a potent Reverse Martini and fresh Negroni.
Make your Valentine's Day all the more intimate with a private chef. This unique experience includes a private chef cooking you and a loved one a sumptuous four course meal in the comfort of your own home, meaning you can personalise the experience to your desire.
Armed with some of the finest rosé champagnes ever created, the team at Bourne and Hollingsworth building in Angel are hosting a special tasting session this Valentine's day, featuring the very best rosé of brands such as Moet, Veuve Cliquot, Ruinart and Dom Perignon. Including a champagne cocktail welcome drink, guests can look forward to learning all about the complex making process behind each drink. If that wasn't pleasing enough, the entire session will take place in the cosy B&H Kitchen.
There's one very important thing to remember when it comes to love, and that's laughter, so where to find the best of the funny stuff this Valentine's Day? Join the Covent Garden Comedy Club for a very special Valentine's themed show with cackles and jokes aplenty.
All your friends have partnered up and gone on a date for Valentine’s Day. It’s sad, but put away that tub of ice cream and Bridget Jones Blu-Ray, it’s time to do something about it. Last Night a Speed Date Changed My Life is a fun, light-hearted way to find a spark with someone on the most romantic day of the year.
Valentine's day just got a whole lot more seductive and sultry with the return of Gin-House Burlesque. Taking place at The King's Head Member's Club in Shoreditch, the evening is a night of dinner, dancing and naughty shenanigans as burlesque and cabaret performers stun and dazzle.
Looking for something fun to do as a couple this Valentine's Day? Something delicious and boozy to boot? Join Christabel's at their latest, themed cocktail night as you learn to whip up a selection of delicious drinks, and decorate them too.
The Met Bar are offering you a swanky Mayfair postcode this Valentine's Day. Take a loved one to Central London to enjoy this exclusive bar which serves up some seriously delicious cocktails. If you're hungry, add a side of their sharing plates to accompany the sumptuous drinks in this swanky venue.
Renown for taking on a series of weird and wonderful topics, this Valentine’s Day try Hooray Cabaret: Bleeding Love. With comedy and burlesque from some of the best in London’s underground entertainment scene, spend the night laughing and possibly a bit hot under-the-collar in one of the most romantic days of the year.
Combine two great things this Valentines day for a date with a difference: learning and eating! Head to Bedales at Leadenhall Market for an evening of five courses, all of which will feature delectable ingredients such as truffles, caviar and foie gras, which will then be paired with some of the best wines in the world.
Filthy, flirty and most definitely NSFW, Three Six Six boast some of the sexiest cocktails in London this Valentine's Day. From ball gags to themed ingredients, head on down to one of their amazing London bars and snag 4 of these kinky cocktails for just £25. Enjoy the same offer in their Battersea venue this Valentine's Day.
What better way to celebrate the season of love than with bottomless Bloody Marys and brunch? Taking place at Haunt in Stoke Newington, The Bloody Brunch return for a loved-up special, don't get too soppy though, this is about partying, playing and having fun.
Consistently lauded as one of the best bars in the world - let alone London - it’s time you stopped putting off a visit to Nightjar and checked in to see what all the fuss is about. Look for the steady queue of couples just down from Old Street roundabout and prepare yourself for something special, as Nightjar perfects the set-up with theatrical cocktails served alongside a lovely playlist of live jazz music. If you’re looking for something really special to celebrate this Valentine’s Day in London, Nightjar is the one.
The Kensington Roof Garden's host a suave, romantic Valentines Day celebration this February. Set 100 feet above the ground, the beautiful Roof Gardens will be framed by sultry RnB music. From Omarion to Craig David, there are few better ways to spend Valentines Day than by dancing with that special someone.
If there's one nation that know how to do the whole romance thing, it's the Italians and Pop Brixton are bringing a bit of their style to South London this Valentine's Day. Sit and gorge on a six-course meal prepared by Don Luigi, a company specialising in South Italian dishes, sip prosecco and soak up the atmosphere as Cinema Paradiso plays.