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Valentine’s Day: The Kid at Heart

Your schmoopy has a youthful spirit. Bubbly and outgoing, they’ve managed to hang onto their imagination and sense of wonder well into adulthood.

Date ideas: Enter the fantasy world of Disney via two wonderful productions where your babykins can journey through Agrabah on a magic carpet or roam the Pridelands with a lion cub. Have an enchanted evening strolling trails lit with dazzling illuminations of a dragon and giant fire rooster, the zodiac animal for this Chinese New Year. Share some giggles as comedian James Campbell makes fun of everything from couscous to penguins. Your honeybun’s jaw will drop open with delight while watching aerialists, jugglers and a clown named Tweedy or while checking out the awesome cars of their favourite special agent – 007, of course. And score major points by taking your pumpkin to a London Lions b-ball game where they can cheer their heart out alongside Louis the Lion, the team’s mascot.


Here are some suggestions:

Disney Presents Aladdin, ongoing at Prince Edward Theatre, London

Disney Presents The Lion King, ongoing at Lyceum Theatre, London

Magical Lantern Festival, until 26 Feb at Chiswick House & Gardens, London

James Campbell’s Funny Thing About, 11 – 12 Feb at Leicester Square Theatre, London

Cirque Berserk, 10 – 11 Feb at Festival Theatre Edinburgh

Bond in Motion Exhibition Featuring the Cars of Spectre, ongoing at London Film Museum

London Lions v Leicester Riders, 11 Feb at Copper Box Arena, London

Looking for more ideas? Check out all of our Valentine’s Day personalities, and our full Valentine’s Day Guide.

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