London theatre-lovers in search of a Valentines Day treat will be happy to know that there are plenty of romantic performances to choose from; Theatre 503 will be drawing crowds from Clapham and Battersea with Mathematics of the Heart, a bittersweet romantic comedy about what happens when love doesn’t add up.
Valentine’s Day is less than a week away and would be suitors across the capital are looking for new and novel ways to impress the object of their affection. Sometimes it’s not the gifts, the dining and the latest and greatest that can impress the ladies, with a look into the past with a focus on art and culture you can show the sophisticated side of your character. Nothing says love and tragedy as much as Opera whether it’s the melodic voices in foreign languages or the theatrical costumes and set designs lovers always enjoy the soothing sounds and the fantasy of the voices of years gone by. This Valentine’s Day London will seduce you with the performance at the South Bank Open Air theatre of Berlioz’s ‘Roméo et Juliette’ by the Orchestra of Enlightenment.
When it comes to this time of year, nervous boyfriends (and girlfriends) around London are thinking about ways to woe their loved ones on Valentine’s Day. For some, the time has come for come for wedding proposals and the most nervous way to dedicate your love and request the companionship for the rest of your days. No one wants to really go the ordinary route though, so what are some of the coolest ways to make that special moment stay in the memory of your husband or bride to be? Well we’ve come up with some of the greatest wedding proposal ideas for you to make that moment so overwhelming that your partner without a doubt will accept.
If you find yourself unsure of where to take your loved one this Valentine’s Day, perhaps the traditional French restaurant will suit you. The problem is with all the competition available and with Valentine’s Day happening only once this year (as always) getting the right one can prove to be a difficult decision to make. Well don’t let the French name of the restaurant intimidate you, we’ve spotted a gorgeous spot that comes highly recommended by many sources and you can now include us as one of those sources. The Chabrot Bistrot D’Amis is the genuine article right down to the name and flavour.
The Clapham Picturehouse will be hosting a luxury chocolate tasting event for lovebirds looking to indulge in some tempting treats, and completing the sweet early-evening experience with a chocolate-themed love story.
|Nothing stirs the heart more than music. It can induce feelings of happiness, sadness, anger and of course romance. For a magical evening this Valentine’s Day, enjoy the company of your loved one whilst revelling in the classical sounds of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. The programme is decidedly romantic and is sure to the set the tone for the rest of the evening. World renowned conductor Neeme Jarvi will lead the show with Boris Giltburg on the Piano at the Royal Festival Hall on London’s South Bank. Both are experts in the emotive and promise to send you and your partner on a magical and inspiring journey of love. London Philharmonic Orchestra Tickets range from £9 to £65 so whatever your budget you don’t have to worry about your London property rent.|
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