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Lost Hearts: The Valentine's Masked Ball

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Lost Hearts: The Valentine's Masked Ball
Lost Hearts: The Valentine's Masked Ball
PopHorror Anti-Valentine's Ball
Valentine's at FEST Camden
The London Cabaret Club: Gatsby with Love
Gin-House Burlesque Valentine's Special
Eat Your Heart Out!
The Big Phat Roman Wedding
 

 

Tired of uninspiring Valentine's set menus in overcrowded restaurants? Or dreading spending another Valentine's alone on the coach with a bottle of red and far too much pizza? Put the pyjamas down and get your dancing shoes on instead.

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Lost Hearts: The Valentine's Masked Ball

An evening of debauchery and dancing with a cast of eerie and exotic performers.

Century Club, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6LQ

Tube: Leicester Square Station , Piccadilly Circus Station

 

Dates: 09th February 2019

 

Discover the damaged, mislaid and Lost Hearts of London at The Valentine's Masked Ball. Presented by A Curious Invitation, it takes place at the Century Club - a members' club opened to the public for one night. You're promised an evening of debauchery and dancing with a cast of eerie and exotic performers across four floors. Performers include freakshow Smashlyn Monroe, impresario Suzette Field, dominatrix Mistress Beatrix, Theatre of Dolls by visual artists Frida Alvinzi and Raisa Veikkola and, leading us in a merry dance, waltzmeister Troylus Searll. It's not just about drinking and dancing. Try your hand at insect taxidermy at the ball with an introductory session in entomological preservation, cast your own finger and put pen to paper at a life drawing lesson. The dress code is masks obligatory, clothes optional and there's a selection of £5 masks for sale on the door. So, don your finest attire and embark on an evening of drinking and mischief.

 
 
 

Valentine's at FEST Camden

Join drag legend Ruby Murry and West End star Rosalind James at the late night club in Camden.

Fest Camden, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH

Tube: Chalk Farm Station

 

Dates: 10th - 17th February 2019

 

Throughout February FEST Camden gets ready for romance, transforming its historic spaces to offer cosy ways to get coupled up - whether watching romantic films at the Rooftop Cinema or going to Cupid's Cabaret via a special Motown Supper. From 10th until 17th February (excluding Friday 15th), romantic films like Harry Met Sally, Romeo Juliet, Dirty Dancing, True Romance and The Notebook are screened in the winter themed space. On Valentine's evening itself, The Birdcage Cabaret Club will be decked out with classy romantic decor and red roses on the tables, while a specially seductive cabaret is hosted by Cupid herself aka drag legend Ruby Murry. Expect burlesque, drag acts, circus, song and dance and a special appearance by West End Star Rosalind James. In the live room the Motown Supper evening pays tribute to the legendary Motor City with live Motown music and three courses of soul food.

 
 
 

The London Cabaret Club: Gatsby with Love

Step into Scott Fitzgerald's most memorable love story.

The Bloomsbury Ballroom, Victoria House, 37-63 Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1B 4DA

Tube: Holborn Station , Russell Square Station

 

Dates: 14th February 2019

 

This Valentine's Day The London Cabaret Club invites you to step into Scott Fitzgerald's most memorable love story, turning back time to the roaring twenties. At a party that Gatsby himself could have hosted, the immersive dinner and cabaret showcase will be filled with illusionists, singers, magicians and acrobats. Treat your loved with one to a tailor-made Gatsby With Love dinner and they can enjoy the show and a Valentine's themed menu. Fresh oysters, Scottish smoked salmon and caviar blinis followed by roast rack of lamb and chocolate molten lava cake are among the choices. It's all at Gatsby With Love at The Bloomsbury Ballroom which, appropriately enough, was built in the 1920s.

 
 
 

The Big Phat Roman Wedding

Toga up for the wedding Don Silvio's daughter in Ancient Rome.

Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, 167 Drury Lane, London, WC2B 5PG

Tube: Holborn Station , Covent Garden Station

 

Dates: 14th - 16th February 2019

 

Always up for a bit of Bacchanalian fun, Bunga Bunga Covent Garden hosts The Big Phat Roman Wedding this Valentine's. From Thursday 14th to Saturday 16th February, Don Silvio himself invites guests on a trip to Ancient Rome, as Bunga Bunga hosts an immersive Valentine's dinner extravaganza. Guests are invited to toga up and celebrate the marriage of the Don's daughter. Congratulate the bride and groom as they party alongside fellow wedding guests including cupid himself and fearless gladiators. Feast on Italian food and enjoy the entertainment - if you're single you'll get a free drink on the house.

 
 
 

PopHorror Anti-Valentine's Ball

Enjoy a night of perfectly unromantic activities including speed hating.

Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5HY

Tube: Vauxhall Station

 

Dates: 14th February 2019

 

If Valentine's Day is your least favourite day of the year, the PopHorror Anti-Valentine's Ball is for you. Whether you're single and lonely or loved up and anti-romance, the event invites you to enjoy an evening of twisted cabaret at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Hosted by Baby Lame, performances will come from Audrey Heartburn, Lasana Shabazz, Benjamin Butch, Billie Butch, Ruby Wednesday and Evelyn Carnate as 'Mr Trick & Miss Treat' as well as PopHorror's new artist in residence - Oedipussi. Games and activities include speed hating, InstaSham (create fake romantic selfies with gorgeous models to make all your Instagram friends jealous), power ballad group karaoke and the damaged goods tombola. There will also be fine pop, indie and alternative music at the broken-hearted disco 'til midnight.

 
 
 
 

Gin-House Burlesque Valentine's Special

A seductive evening of circus, burlesque, dancing and shenanigans.

The King's Head Members' Club, 257 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8AS

Tube: Old Street Station

 

Dates: 15th - 16th February 2019

 

Lose yourself in the opulence and debauchery of the Gin-House Burlesque this Valentine's with a seductive evening of circus, burlesque, dancing and shenanigans. Created by internationally renowned burlesque performers Miss Betsy Rose, Jolie Papillon and Missy Fatale, a fire-eating and snake-charming vixen, Gin-House is an interactive experience inspired by the prohibition era and 1930s Art Deco, combining the energy of New Orleans with the glory of London. The event will take place in east London's best kept secret speak easy, The King's Head Members' Club.

 
 
 

Eat Your Heart Out!

Live music and DJ sets from Anna Prior of Metronomy in the Vaults.

The Vaults, 10 Leake Street, London, SE1 7NN

Tube: Waterloo Station , Lambeth North Station

 

Dates: 16th February 2019

 

A riot of immersive entertainment, live music and DJ sets from Anna Prior of Metronomy in honour of Valentine's Day. With live music from punk-witch, riot gurrl band Dream Nails, this is a night of sass in the Vaults to celebrating all forms of love. Join Shotgun Carousel, skilled creators of immersive events, in the Leake Street tunnels for a night of multi-coloured, bio-glittered chaos. As part of the late night programme at the Vault Festival there's something going on every Saturday night - from silent disco to soul train - but Saturday 16th February is dedicated to love in all its guises, from sweet nothings to filthy love bites. Dress code: kitsch (and ideally 80s).

 
 
 

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