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Discover ‘The Language of Love’ this Valentine’s Day at the EDF Energy London Eye

  • Tuesday January 28th 2014
  • Press Release

London Eye evening sunset

From Thursday 13th February – Sunday 16th February 2014, world-renowned wordsmith Judge the Poet will bring ‘The Language of Love’ to life, creating unique compositions for loved-up London, having previously showcased his poetic talents for the likes of Queen Elizabeth II and Nelson Mandela.

Musical serenading from a singer, guitarist and a ukulele duo will also set the scene at the London Eye, which with over 5000 proposals has been voted Britain’s most romantic hotspot.

The London Eye will be transformed for the occasion, adorned with declarations of love in different languages and with the London Eye itself illuminated in red bathing the South Bank in a passionate glow.

Visitors aboard the London Eye on Friday 14th February itself will be treated to capsules decorated with beautiful fresh cut red roses as well as a very special, yet to be announced, surprise around lunchtime!

The London Eye will be offering the finest selection of Valentine’s experiences in the most unique of settings. From a Cupid’s Capsule complete with Pommery Brut Royal Champagne and Hotel Chocolat pink Champagne truffles to an ultra-premium evening river cruise on the London Eye Barracuda luxury cruiser, the London Eye is setting the perfect mood for love.

London Eye Marketing Director, Helen Bull said:
“The London Eye is one of the most romantic places on earth with spectacular views and wonderful experiences on offer to create those extra special romantic memories. We are visited by people from all over the world each year, and our Language of Love celebrates that. However you plan to say those special words, whether that be our exclusive dining capsule for two 135 metres above the city or a romantic cruise along the river, the London Eye is a great place to say it this Valentines’ Day.”