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Which Valentine are you?

Published: Wednesday, 05 February 2020

Happy valentine's day

We have put together a list of different types of valentines so that you can find the perfect thing to do in Coventry.

The Competitive Couple

Perfect for doing something a little different this Valentine's Weekend, Escape Live gets you to use your logic and your wit to navigate your way and beat the room! If a time limit is not something you’re looking for, why not try a bit of bouldering at The Ballroom? A dedicated bouldering centre in the heart of Coventry, is open all week for new and experienced climbers. It’s an ideal space to try something new with your date.

The Food Lovers

There are so many places to eat and drink in Coventry, that it’s difficult to choose. A selection of restaurants have made their offer this Valentine’s even more special with chocolates and flowers to woo your loved-one - Bella Italia and Bistrot Pierre are just two of them. If cocktails are more your thing, why not head over to The Botanist, one of the most beautiful restaurants in the city with a stream and bandstands complete with live players, who specialise in cocktail making.    

The Sport Fans

Teezers Golf is an 18-hole retro themed, adults only (strictly over 18s) mini golf course, created from all your favourite memories of yesteryears in the centre of Coventry. With cocktails, delicious street food and quirky courses to complete, it’s the ideal place to get playfully competitive with your loved one. If cheering a team on in a crowd is more your type sporting activity, the Ricoh Arena is the place to be. The Wasps rugby club take on the Sarcens on Friday 21 February, so it’s the ideal game to celebrate Valentine’s.  

The Theatre-Goers

If you are partial to a date full of music, the Belgrade Theatre have you covered. Crongton Knights runs from the 8 February until 22 February, perfect for Valentine’s Day and Valentine’s weekend. In this world premiere adaptation of Alex Wheatle’s award-winning novel, the pulse of the city is alive on stage with a soundscape of beatboxing and vocals laid down by the cast and created by acclaimed musician Conrad Murray. Crongton Knights is about the friends you’ll never forget and how lessons learned the hard way can bring you closer together.

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