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At the Planetarium you don’t have to wait for the evening and hope for a clear night to see the stars.Also take a stroll east down the river and you get to the Cutty Sark pub, one of London’s best riverside pubs for a Saturday lunch as the dining room overlooks the river.

Immerse yourself in romance while watch you the iconic film with your pooch.

There is also a complimentary dog wine Char DOGnay on offer.

At 9pm the games stop and you're free to chat up your favourite playmate at the after-party, where there's a live band.

Killing Kittens This is not a site for cat murderers but a clandestine community for liaisons with attractive people in beautiful surroundings.

This experience should heighten all your other senses, giving you a feeling of intimacy. Georgian Themed Ball Take your partner back in time and party like the aristocrats for a night. Chocolate Making Workshop Valentine’s Day would be nothing without an indulgence of chocolate. Wouldn’t it be a nice treat to spend some time relaxing and meditating with your other half to relieve yourself of any worries?

Now this is something you could set up yourself at home, but then you’d be at a huge risk of injury and embarrassment. Surprise your date with a chocolate making workshop where you can enjoy making and tasting handmade delights over candle light, chocolate fondue and a glass of bubbly. The session will have a wonderfully calming effect on both of you – meaning you’re in for a very tranquil evening! Greyhound Racing at Walthamstow Stadium If you like to go out and have a bit of fun then do something extraordinary and watch the greyhound races. Electric Cinema Forget about a traditional visit to the cinema.Scrap the idea of a candle lit dinner and the exchanging of cheesy cards.Put your money to better use and do something different this year. We’ve come up with a list of 10 alternative dating ideas for you and your valentine to enjoy! Dining in the Dark There are several places around London which offer dining in pitch black, whether you wear a mask or the entire restaurant is unlit.When it’s happening: Tuesday 14 February 2016 from 7-10pm In that very subtle way Disney continues to shape us all as people long into adulthood, The Lady and the Tramp spaghetti kiss remains forever burnt into our collective psyche as ‘peak’ romance goals.This Valentine’s Day the basement of The Book Club in Greater London is going to be transformed into that very scene.We think it’s fair enough if you don’t want to take your new (or not!

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