February 11, 2022
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Valentine's Day at The BFI
From the classic Casablanca to Céline Sciamma's critically acclaimed Portrait Of A Lady on Fire, the BFI has a whole host of romantic masterpieces to make your Valentine's Day special. Plus, you can enjoy a cinema ticket, a three-course meal for two and a glass of prosecco on the Riverfront for £42.50 each when you book ahead. See the BFI website for further details.
Love Marriage by Monica Ali
Love Marriage is the newest release from the best-selling, Booker Prize-shortlisted author of Brick Lane, Monica Ali – exploring the intricacies of culture, family and love in modern Britain. Yasmin couldn't ask for more: a loving family, a career in medicine, and her charming fiancee, Joe. But as the wedding day draws ever nearer, and the families prepare to open their lives and homes to one another, Yasmin must confront fears, assumptions and pressures from the people she holds most dear. A brilliant social comedy and heart-breaking story in equal parts, Love Marriage is a rich and compassionate novel that promises to captivate and charm readers.
CREDIT: EMILY HLAVAC GREEN
Coconut Curry Salmon
With this year's Valentine's Day falling on a Monday, it's unlikely you'll have enough prep time to create a gourmet three-course meal. If you're looking for a dish that will still tick all the boxes of flavour and style but achieved in a flash, look no further. This Coconut Curry Salmon recipe can be adapted and made as spicy or as mild as you like, and is a cosy one to share together in winter.