Whether enjoying some fantastic theatre entertainment, giggling 'til you burst at live comedy or cuddling up on a unique cinema loveseat, there's nothing like enjoying some high quality entertainment with your significant other, and there's plenty to do to celebrate your relationship this Valentine's Day.
The Comedy Station is Blackpool’s longest running comedy club, and it remains one of the most popular in town. Compered by Ryan Gleeson, an evening at this show includes brilliant performances from three comedians, from up-and-coming performers to seasoned stars. The comedy here isn’t for the faint-hearted, but we visit frequently and have an excellent time with every visit.
There’s a great selection of drinks and snacks at the bar, with a really fun cocktail menu. The venue is small so you feel really intimately involved in the show and you’ll have a great view wherever you’re sitting.
Saturday 10 February - Saturday Live with Ryan Gleeson
Sunday 11 February - Scott Bennett: Great Scott
Thursday 15 February - Mark Nelson: All The Best UK Tour
Laugh the night away at Funny Girls
Glamorous and glitzy, Funny Girls is the epitome of Las Vegas meets Blackpool. The extravagant burlesque drag show has been delighting residents and visitors for nearly 30 years and they're not showing any signs of slowing down. Spend the evening in the beautiful Art-Deco Grade II listed building and enjoy Funny Girls’ unique blend of dancing, music and entertainment.
I'm Alive: The Ultimate Celine Dion Tribute Show
Looking for an unforgettable Valentine's Day experience? Look no further! Head to VIVA Blackpool for a sensational evening filled with the music of the Queen of power ballads, Celine Dion. Featuring the extraordinary talent of award-winning vocalist January Butler as 'Celine' and backed by an incredible live band led by musical director Andy Mudd, this tribute show promises to be an evening to remember.
School of Rock
School of Rock, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning smash hit musical premiered on Broadway in 2015, and has since been seen on stages around the globe. From February 14-17, the production hits the stage at Blackpool Grand Theatre.
In the show, Dewey Finn, an unsuccessful yet aspiring rock star, decides to make some extra money by pretending to be a substitute teacher at a distinguished preparatory school. He transforms a group of straight-A pupils into an incredible rock band by teaching them how to play guitar and bass unbeknowst to the students' parents and the school's headmistress. Can he get them to the Battle of the Bands undetected?