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Single Mingling in London this Valentine’s Day

The most loving time of the year is fast approaching and, whether you’re single and ready to mingle or in a happy relationship, there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Islington this February 14th. 

 

Valentine’s Day Events in Islington 

Alternative Valentine Comedy Night in Aid of Missing People

Where: Union Chapel, N1 2UN
When: 7pm, Friday 12th February
 
It’s not just about showing your other half you care this Valentine’s Day, but showing your love for the community and people in need too. Union Chapel will be putting on an alternative Valentine Comedy night in aid of Missing People who work with young runaways, unidentified people and families affected by these issues. 
 
Performers will include:
•Sofie Hagan
•Story Beast
•Sam Fletcher
•Seann Walsh
•David Mills
•Lou Sanders
•The Twins Macabre
 
Tickets start at £20. Book early to avoid disappointment. 
 

The Dead Dolls House Valentine’s Dinner

Where: The Dead Dolls House Islington, N1 1RQ
When: 7pm to 2am, Sunday 14th February 
 
Whether you’ll be spending Valentine’s Day 2016 with a loved one or friends, The Dead Dolls House Islington has the perfect whimsical evening for you. What better way to celebrate than with delicious food? 
 
The top floor ballroom will be hosting a candlelit banquet, along with cocktails from the private bar, and all for just £45. Pick up your complimentary glass of bubbly on entry, before enjoying a scrumptious three course meal from a set menu of duck, salmon and chocolate cake.

 


 
 

 

House of Silk – Valentine’s Special 

Where: O2 Academy Islington, N1 0PS
When: 10pm to 5am, Friday 12th February 
 
Dance the night away as Marc Talein and Majesty pump out underground house and garage tunes, alongside a number of guests, including Pied Piper, Jason Kaye and Sam Supplier. 
 
If it is your birthday between 1st and 21st February you can get in free by calling the Whatsapp hotline 07940 351138. And free giveaways on the night include men’s and women’s t-shirts, horns and whistles. Want to wear trainers? You can. There are no dress rules at the O2. 

 

Valentine’s Day in London Guides

So, that’s the big events, but what about other things to do in Islington this Valentine’s Day? Here are a few links to blog posts on buying the perfect gift, how to find love in the capital, alternative activities and romantic restaurants in Islington: