Dydd Santes Dwynwen may have been and gone just a few weeks prior but Valentine’s Day is still the top dog in Cardiff. This 14th February, the capital city of Wales will be alive with shows, concerts and parties to help you celebrate your love – or your stubborn singledom.
Cardiff’s music venues are bound to have an artist you or your partner like playing this Valentine’s Day, whether it’s at the huge Motorpoint Arena or independent venues such as Clwb Ifor Bach. Couples who are fans of classical, opera, ballet or dance should check out what’s happening at the Wales Millennium Centre after enjoying a peaceful meal in the arts centre’s several restaurants.
Of course, a night out at the theatre is one of the most traditional Valentine’s Day activities, be it a play or the latest film. On this front Cardiff is more than happy to oblige. Loved up leisure-seekers can check out what plays and musicals are showing at theatres such as the New Theatre and the Chapter Arts Centre, or see what’s on at the city’s Cineworld, Premiere or Vue cinemas.