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Now is the time to think about Valentine's day - Here are some West End Shows that should set the right tone for the evening.

(TRAVPR.COM) UK - January 3rd, 2013 - "Valentines Day", to the romantically challenged, are probably two of the most scariest words you’ll hear over the next month, and you will hear them a lot!

Simon Harding from Theatre Breaks says "You are told 'oh anything will do: a pressie, flowers or just a night in' – but beware: apparently a kettle with a rose in it does not count (even if the old one is broken) and a night in does not include watching Newcastle, Liverpool, Chelsea or Tottenham in the first leg of the Europa League Knock-out phase! Oh yes – they clash: I checked!"

Valentine’s Day is on a Thursday this year and Theatre Breaks are offering midweek breaks and romantic weekend away either side of the 14th, thus avoiding the Europa League!

For those wanting a romantic theme they are quite lucky as London's West End is very loved-up at the moment, from Phantom of the Opera to Singin' in the Rain! But beware, there are some pitfalls to avoid.

The Bodyguard – the musical. It’s like the film, it’s all about a girl who “will always love…” her bodyguard, whilst singing Whitney Houston power ballads. Perfect really!

Shrek – The Musical. Very romantic – but if your partner is touchy about their sticky out ears then maybe you should avoid this one!

Midnight Tango – If you have been gripped by "Strictly" fever then this passionate latin dance show starring Vincent and Flavia from the show will have your heart beating a little faster!

Mamma Mia! Lots of fun but whilst the ending is romantic it is not for those with wedding jitters!

Finally, if your love life resembles a 1980′s rock power ballad then Rock of Ages is the one to take your leather-clad significant other to. It is at the Garrick Theatre from 18th January 2013

Theatre Breaks in London can be booked at Check out for breaks including tickets for the Royal Shakespeare Company.

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Simon Harding owns online package site He has also just written London Theatre and Theatre Breaks - a guide to booking theatre tickets and packages in London. Theatre Breaks is a family business - Simon works with father Stuart and wife Clare: between them they have been involved in theatre for over 100 years!


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