No date this Valentine's Day? No problem! Whether you're single and ready to mingle, or in the mood to celebrate with friends, we've rounded up five of the best anti-Valentine's Day events in London for 2018.
The Yoncé Valentine's Day Experience
All the Single Ladies, head to XOYO in Shoreditch for the most fun Valentine's Day party in town! Playing the best of Beyoncé all night long, this club night is the perfect place to gather with the girls and dance to hits such as Run the World (Girls), Crazy in Love and Drunk in Love. From 10pm on 14 February, tickets from £8.
Anti-Valentine's Party with Bumble
Join your friends for a night of fun and games at Holborn's Bounce, which is hosting an Anti-Valentine's Party with Bumble this 14 February. A ticket to the event includes unlimited UV Ping Pong all night, face painters and Bumble's live art installation. But watch out for the 'Love Police' who will be taking mugshots of Romance Rebels who have disobeyed the anti-Valentine's rules. Tickets cost £5.
Time Run Anti-Valentine's special
There's no time for romance when the world needs saving! Time Run is hosting an anti-Valentine's special where singles, couples and groups can join one of two immersive missions - Lance of Longinus and Celestial Chain. With Lance of Longinus you'll be the protagonist in your own cinematic adventure and will race against the clock to find an object of unfathomable power. With Celestial Chain, you'll experience a brand new format of live gaming as you gather artefacts across time to imprison a rogue goddess or risk the end of the world. Tickets from £35.
Three Girls Cook…for all the Single Ladies at Brother Marcus
Following the success of their sell-out junk food supper club in 2017, Three Girls Cook is back at Brother Marcus for take two. The MasterChef 2017 finalists - Lorna, Alison and Giovanna - are hosting a Valentine's Day special, with delicious food, an amazing playlist, and some tasty cocktails from Brother Marcus. Tickets cost £42.
Veuve Clicquot Smashes Hearts Dinner at Granary Square Brasserie, King's Cross
Forget romantic date nights, Granary Square Brasserie in King's Cross is the place to go for an Anti Valentine's dinner, courtesy of French champagne house Veuve Clicquot. With music from DJ Jes Pereira and a Veuve Clicquot Piñata heart hanging from the ceiling, inviting you to smash it for the chance to win prizes, it's a must for singletons this Valentine's Day. Quote 'Soulmates' when booking a table of three or more and you will receive a complimentary glass of Veuve Clicquot Rosé on arrival.