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Staging an evening of favourite love songs is a great way to attract those seeking romance.
You could arrange a DJ to play the classics or go for a live performance.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and if you want your organisation or charity to feel the love, don’t miss the opportunity to throw a themed event that brings in revenue or raises some funds.
For bar or restaurant managers, Valentine’s Day is a great chance to fill your venue with loved up punters, while those who simply want to play cupid can make a profit in the process!
The Jazz Café in London will stage A Night of Marvin Gaye, while the Kensington Roof Gardens have a band to play romantic R&B.
In Dublin, a pub will treat punters to Songs for Lovers by Chet Baker, while a piano recital of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata will take place in a candlelit cathedral, providing something for all tastes.
This Play Date Party invites guests to get to know one another by playing with Play-Doh and Lego! This literary event entitled ‘Slow Dating for the Intelligent Lover’ features writers talking about Victorian courting techniques and dating in post-Brexit Britain, as well as a constant flow of coffee.
There’s a variety of formats you can use to get everyone mixing and mingling, from speed dating where couples get just a few minutes to meet, to more leisurely options like this board games night.
Additional fun includes photos with Cupid and a kissing booth!
Meanwhile, this fitness adventure race in London challenges participants to track down and ‘kill’ Cupid.
This Improve Comedy Valentine’s Party in South London invites the attendees to get involved by suggesting topics, while Comedy Carnival in the West End has opted for a more formal evening with sit down meal.
It doesn’t just have to be comedy – you could stage a cabaret evening, a burlesque night, or an evening of drag queen entertainment.Valentine’s Day is all about arousing the senses, so a tasting event could be just the thing to put couples in the mood.There’s a wide variety of Valentine-themed tastings taking place across the UK and Ireland, including wine and chocolate (a classic combo), luxury rose champagne including Moet, Veuve Cliquot, Ruinart and Dom Perignon (yes please!You could opt for a Valentine’s card making workshop for mass appeal and low set-up costs (you can do it almost anywhere, materials are cheap and it’s suitable for all ages).