Dating ideas in london
The hardest choice you’ll face strolling through the bustling flower market, which has been part of East London life since the 1800s, is picking out a glowing perennial or bold bouquet for your date. Majestic surroundings, the famous blue whale, diamonds and curiosities, whilst probably a feature of many Londoners halcyon childhood memories, provide an ideal free dating location where you can discover their spirit-animal, dream travel destination and favourite natural wonder.Check out late night opening hours on Friday for an after work date. However, the city is hard to beat when it comes to the sheer number of free world class art exhibitions, bustling cultural events, musical and theatrical performances on offer. Based in Islington, Angel Comedy is a comedic institution who always put on a memorable performance, check out their events, on every night of the week.
Find a debate of mutual interest then get ready to put your intellectual and government policy hat on for a riveting exchange of views…or just walk out shaking your head in the most stereotypically British manner you can muster.A hidden addition to Hampstead Heath, this well kept secret is a dating paradise, perfect for wandering around before dropping into Hampstead for a crepe. Where: Unit 12, Ravenswood Industrial Estate, E17 9HQ.When: Fri-Sat 1100-2100, Sun 1100-1800 Self described as ‘A Neon Wonderland in Walthamstow’, God’s Own Junkyard is the fruit of a labour of love for signs glowing exuberantly for the world to see.From Soho sex shop classics to iconic movie pieces, the space oozes a combination of history, creative expression and childlike fun for you and your date to immerse yourselves in. A proper taste of the British countryside will make you feel like you’ve travelled hundreds of miles from our bustling metropolis, even though you only jumped off the overground in West London.Keep your eyes peeled for the infamous Fenton, David Attenborough and herds of roving deer.
Not for the queasy or faint hearted, this free museum is simultaneously weird, wonderful and dark.