5 Cool London Date Ideas This Week 15/11-21/11 2021
Christmas seems to start earlier and earlier every year for some reason, so you’ll be forgiven for thinking that anything you do between now and the 25th of December must be Christmas related. Well, it’s hard not to with so many cool Christmas-themed things to do in London already popping up. So, don those elf ears and grab a £6 paper cup full of mulled wine – it’s this week’s cool London date ideas!
Taste of London is back with a “Festive” edition this week in case you can’t make up your mind where you want to take your date for dinner. Great as first date to wander around and try different foods – there are 6 sessions from Thursday the 18th through to Sunday at Tobacco Dock, Wapping on the 21st with tickets from £17.
If you’re more into a liquid dinner, then the London Christmas Beer Market at the Truman Brewery, Shoreditch is going to be right up your alley. A great date night whether it’s your first or four-hundredth, you can expect an abundance of stalls peddling London’s best brews along with street food to help line the stomach. It’s on Friday the 19th-Saturday the 20th with tickets around £20 each.
Our last Color Me Badd Dates for 2021 is happening on Wednesday in Shoreditch! If you haven’t been yet, you haven’t lived. What better way to have a date than see other people on stage talking about their good, bad and ugly dating experiences. Tickets are just a fiver – so it’s a cheap date as well!
One for the pop culture vultures! The London Film and Comic Con is hitting Olympia this Friday to Sunday. If you and your date fancy nerding out you’ll be able to rub shoulders with various famous (and not-so-famous actors and actresses) amongst cruising the stalls and exhibitors. Tickets are about £18 for an adult.
Very market themed this week – ’tis the season after all. If you’re looking for something cool and casual on Friday night, the Black Owned Market is happening at Bohemia Place in Hackney Central. The team from Black Eats are bringing you some of London’s best street food, tunes and other independent black-owned businesses that make for a great Friday night. It’s also on next week in case you can’t make it this week.
Until next week.