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Do a little dance
Highbury Roundhouse is putting on a Valentines themed dinner and dance on Saturday night, featuring classic jazz tunes from the 30s and 40s for you to dance to. 7-11.30pm, tickets ₤25.
If you'd like to boogie for a good cause, Thirst Bar are hosting 'Love and Haiti' on the 14th, a fundraiser with some top DJs designed to raise money for those afflicted by the quake. Tickets ₤10.
The National Theatre is encouraging couples to snuggle up and watch classic film 'The Apartment', which is being projected onto their Flytower. Bubbles and confectionery are also available for sharing. (Free, ₤10 for the food & drink)
You can take a love boat down the Thames with a private Tate-Tate experience which includes champagne, a private tour guide and tickets to both exhibitions. At ₤400, however, we're inclined to say you might get more of a river-based thrill with this.
We're trying very hard not to make zoophilia jokes, so at the tail end of this segment we'll just let you know that London Zoo are doing a special rate of ₤30 per couple, which includes a free guide.
Buy a gift
Or, if chocolates and flowers are too clichéd, ₤2 will get you a romantic tea wallet sent to your loved one in time for the 14th.
Find a date
If you'd rather meet your partner over a discarded shopping trolley than a football table, help Thames21 cleanup the riverside around Kew bridge and then enjoy lunch with like-minded singles once you've made it sparkle. Email Judith.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07500 842283 for details.
Still not feeling the love? Check out tonight's Lates at the Museum of London to get you in the mood.