Sunday Feb 2nd, 2020 marked the first palindrome date in 909 years and there will not be another for over a century. If that doesn’t kick your month off with a little magic, we don’t know what will! Take a look at our Top 5 Date Night ideas that are guaranteed to help you get over those January Blues.
The “High-VAULTage” Date
London’s biggest, boldest and wildest arts festival is back for the month of Feb and will be running until March 22nd. The VAULT Festival is taking over 100 venues in Waterloo with theatre, comedy, cabaret, immersive experiences, family shows, late night parties, pop-up events, and much more. There is something for everyone and tickets vary in price however they do have various membership options if you want to attend multiple events across the month.
The “I can’t BEER-lieve you” Date
A new independent beer festival is coming to London and you don’t want to miss it. Whether you are taking a special someone or just fancy a different night out with the BREWS then this is the event for you. BrewLDN brings you an experience like no other at The Truman Brewery featuring over 150 exhibitors and an amazing music line-up. You can also fill your boots with street food and take part in cheese and beer tasting classes.
The “Mr Right NOW” Date
NOW Gallery in Greenwich will be home to French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux’s first large-scale installation in the UK and it is entirely FREE to visit. This Instagram worthy explosion of colour is guaranteed to brighten up your month! If you are still working on your New Year’s fitness goals, you can’t go wrong with a bit of culture that is wallet friendly. As well as admiring the awe-inspiring art, visitors are invited to take the time to remember special moments in their life, by writing a significant date in coloured pen and displaying it along a coloured timeline on the gallery’s wall.
The “I think you’re KEW-t” Date
We all know that Kew Gardens is BLOOM-ing lovely but trust us when we say that it has never looked better. Kew’s annual orchid festival is back, and it is bringing plenty of colour to Richmond. The 2020 festival has once again taken inspiration from an exotic location, and this year Indonesia is in the spotlight. Indonesia is one of the most biodiverse countries on Earth, boasting over 4000 species of orchids alone. The stunning plants will fill every corner of the Princess of Wales Conservatory.
The “TEAL-y Good” Date
When you think of Tiffany, you can’t help associating it with a certain meal and colour. Opening in Harrod’s later this month, the Tiffany Blue Box Café promises to be every Holly Golighty’s dream with delicious breakfast dishes and decadent interiors covered in the trademark Tiffany blue. The café will be opening on the 14th February and it is currently taking advanced bookings but book quickly as spaces are expected to fill up FAST.