With Valentine’s Day jusssssst around the corner, you might be panicking about what you can do to impress your date that doesn’t fall into the cliche of a romantic meal and red roses. Our amazing Albert Dock has a wide range of activities that you can do with that special someone, for a Valentine’s Day with a unique twist.
Ham Carving Masterclass at Lunyalita
Monday 11th February – 6.30-8.30pm
Those looking to perfect their skills in the kitchen can brighten up their Monday with a ham carving master class at Spanish cantina, Lunyalita. Ran by Lunya’s expert ham carvers who boast over a decade of experience, these sell-out events invite guests to enjoy a demonstration and expert talk, finished with a mouth-watering feast of ham, wine, tapitas and snacks.
LÉGER AND LUNCH at Tate Liverpool
Saturday 23rd February – 12.30 –14.00pm
£37.50, £27.50 for Tate members
In celebration of Tate Liverpool’s current exhibition Fernand Léger: New Times, New Pleasures, visitors are invited to enjoy a leisurely two-course lunch followed by a short introduction to the exhibition. Set in a private dining area on the fourth floor, take in the wonderful views over the Royal Albert Dock while enjoying a menu of delicious French inspired food. There will also be a selection of French wines and soft drinks available to purchase.
Salsa Social – Dance Classes at Revolucion de Cuba
Thursday 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th February – 7.30- 8.30pm
Why not try your hand at salsa dancing at Revolucion de Cuba in time to impress your other half on Valentines Day. Join experienced salsa teachers every Thursday evening for beginner and intermediate classes. After your lesson, show off your dance skills until to 2.30am where DJ Yayo brings the music!
Journey to Justice Exhibition at International Slavery Museum
Ends 17th March
Not your average Valentine’s Date but super important and interesting all the same.
Visit the International Slavery exhibition this month to whiteness the powerful and moving personal stories behind ‘ordinary people’ taking a stand for social justice. This interactive exhibition features music, audio and photography which includes interviews with some of the less well-known women, men and children involved in US and UK struggles for freedom.