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Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Go To The Cinema

See the film that you want to see, at the time you want to go. Freedom from the shackles of companionship also means you can bawl your eyes out at will


 Take yourself out for dinner

Many London restaurants are tailor-made for solo diners. Check out our list of places where a table for one is the norm

Improve Yourself

There are several intriguing talks happening around London on Valentine’s Day, including ‘Love and the Art of Living’ and a ‘Mending Broken Hearts Seminar’

Things to do with friends

Follow A Hidden Trail

Solve a trail of clues sent to you by text message, each one leading to a new location. Hidden parks and courtyards, sweet nibbles and wine can be found along the way

Go To A Gig

Choose from Morricone’s cinematic loungecore, dream-pop from Tennis, the rock-heavy Pure Love and a host of other bands to enjoy jumping around to with your mates

Have A Laugh

Laugh your head off at one of London’s comedy clubs, check out a solo show from Jackie Mason, Daniel Sloss or Adam Riches or work- in-progress from Michael McIntyre or Jon Richardson

Meet new people

Craftivista Social Club

Mingle with creative types or find solace in sewing at this event organised by The East London Craft Guerilla

Pleasure Garden Ball

An evening of dancing, drinking and decadence in honour of the Georgian pastime of strutting your stuff in the pleasure garden

Treat yourself

Unwind At A Spa

Pamper yourself at one of London’s top spas. Relax and unwind with a facial, massage or all-over body treatment guaranteed to ease any Valentine’s stress