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Your honeybunch’s heart is always aflutter and it doesn’t take much – a love song, a sad film or even a shamelessly sentimental advert – before they shed a tear.
Date ideas: Find something to make your old softie’s heart melt. Perhaps a tragic musical about a hideously deformed composer and his unrequited love? Or a strangely sweet musical where the grim reaper falling in love while collecting souls? Either should do the job nicely. You can also woo your boo at a concert featuring the most romantic film scores of all time, or let the smooth music of Marvin Gaye help you get it on. Several other performers – including a French-American jazz singer, a quirky Canadian indie-pop duo and a pair of Strictly pro dancers – are sure to remind your darling that they’re with the one person they’ve been dreaming about all their life – you!
Here are some suggestions:
The Phantom of the Opera, ongoing at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London
Death Takes a Holiday, until 4 Mar at Charing Cross Theatre, London
Movie Classics, Feb 14 at Barbican Hall, London
A Night of Marvin Gaye, Feb 14 at The Jazz Café, London
Madeleine Peyroux, 11 – 12 Feb at Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Tegan & Sara – 13 Feb at Roundhouse, London and 14 Feb at Albert Hall, Manchester
Anton and Erin: Swing Time, 10 Feb at The Anvil, Basingstoke and 11 Feb at Barbican Hall, London