Are you tired of the same old date nights? Maybe you want to impress your new partner but don’t know what to do. Stop searching the internet for date ideas because we have you covered. From dance to comedy dramas there is surely something to keep the romance alive!

Avoid the crowds, high restaurant prices and enjoy date night before Valentine’s Day.

Joss Arnott Dance: Triple Bill, Wednesday 31 January, 7.30pm

£16 (£14 under 26)

Try something contemporary with Joss Arnott Dance: Triple Bill. Expect highly charged, visually stunning and musically led evening of three different dance works, with power and technical brilliance. 

Negative Space, Tuesday 6 & Wednesday 7 February

£16.50 (£14.50 under 26) 

There is something for everyone to enjoy! It’s a love story. It’s a slapstick comedy. Its slasher, action, melodrama… and not a single word is spoken. Soon different possible stories are spiralling around, hurtling towards an ending.

Private Lives, Thursday 8 to Saturday 10 February, 7.30pm

Saturday Matinee, 2.30pm

£17 (£15 under 26)

Champagne flows and the sea shimmers in the moonlight as the newlyweds prepare for the evening ahead. But when Amanda overhears a familiar voice singing a forgotten song, an old spark reignites, with spectacular consequences.

Want to stick with tradition, here’s what we have for you on Valentines day!

Coal, Wednesday 14 February, 7.30pm

£17 (£15 under 26) 

Back by popular demand, award winning choreographer Gary Clarke proudly returns with Coal, a riveting dance theatre show which takesa hard look at the realities of life at the coal face.

Stand out from the crowd. Start a new Valentines tradition and plan a night out at the theatre with your friends!  

It Started with Jason Donovan, Wednesday 7 February, 7:45pm

£10.50 (£9 under 26) 

Alongside a cardboard cut- out of Jason, Sarah offers important life lessons for those with too many broken hearts. Nothing can divide us with Sarah to guide us!

A Brief history of Music, Wednesday 9 February, 7:45pm

£10.50 

600 years of musical history in 90 minutes! Beginning in the Middle Ages and ending up in the 20th century this fun and fast-moving show is a whistle stop tour of Western musical history!  

Cornermen, Wednesday 21 February, 7:45pm

£10.50

A critically acclaimed, powerhouse of a show about the murky world of boxing management. “A right-hook out of nowhere. A real knockout”- The Stage

Fancy treating yourself before the curtains go up? Don’t worry we have so food suggestions for everyone’s taste!

Our very own café bar serves delicious, fresh food that are inspired by British classics and street food from around the world.

Here’s a sample:

Braised beef chilli with nachos, cheese and sour cream.

Chickpea and root vegetable tagine

Mac and four cheese

Roasted mediterranean vegetables with mozzarella, pesto and fusilli.