If you're the kinda couple that likes to party hard, then Silent Sounds is one for you. Taking to the water for a Valentine's weekend special, this epic boat party is promising two storeys of party tunes and dancefloor beats with live DJs taking over your headphones as you take in the city's most iconic landmarks.
Things To Do On Valentine's Day in London 2021
Loved up? Looking for someone special? Couldn't care less? Whether you're hoping to impress the other half, woo a potential beau or indulge in a little self-care, we've rounded up some of the funnest things to do on Valentine's Day in London. From immersive eating experiences and decadent cabaret nights, to ball pit frolics and big parties we've got the low down on some of the best events to treat yourself and whoever else you like to this 14th February.
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Dinner and movie? Balls to that. Instead, shake things up with an evening at ball-pit party spot Ballie Ballerson. Toast with your boo over fruity cocktails and float around in a pit of glowing balls or bring out your best moves to pop hits.
Head to Tooting where this unique cake-baking competition is injecting a little sweetness into your Valentine's Day plans. Bring your top baking skills and impress your other half with some serious cooking action, and see if you can't score that all-important best baker title.
One of London's most notorious cocktail experiences, Alcotraz is the perfect way to jazz up that V-Day date with a trip behind bars. Head to Covent Garden or Shoreditch for the ultimate night out.
For those with partners who can be a tiny bit choosy (putting it lightly), Chelsea Funhouse has all the answers. Combining a swanky around-the-world inspired restaurant, a late-night espresso martini lounge and an immersive 1940s cocktail experience all under one roof, you'd be hard pushed to not have fun at this West London spot.
Prepare to step back in time to an era of mischievous smuggling and nefarious sheriffs, as this quirky cocktail experience brings the Wild West to life with creative characters and delicious drinks at the Moonshine Saloon in Houndsditch. This isn't your usual night out...
Darcie and May Green is a great way to spend Valentine's Day together – and it's not just because of their Australian cuisine. These two adorable restaurants are actually barges on the Grand Union Canal, so you can have a romantic waterside, seasonal meal.
Wine? Cheese? Chocolate? All good things in our book, and now Wine Vault & Bar is combining all three into one unique tasting session. Head down on the 13th where they'll be bringing a warm-up to the big V-Day bonanza with the chance to learn how five premium wines pair with cheese and artisan chocolate.
February just got a whole lot more seductive 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.