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If you've always fancied giving life drawing a go, take an open-minded date along and prepare to try something new!

Once a refuge for Dutch sailors pining for home, it was also later a base for the Dutch Resistance during the war.Learning how to beat a samba drum to a set rhythm and finding your groove is not quite as easy as it sounds, but the classes have a relaxed, casual vibe and cost £7 per person - you can attend one session or go back and improve your skills - many students take part in the annual parade.The perfect quirky date, ideal for those who are looking to impress someone new with an original idea.5/5 - But be warned, this class could leave you feeling a bit hot under the collar - perhaps not ideal for a first date!Energetic carnival-style Samba-Reggae outfit TRIBO, originally from Salvador, have been hosting regular two-hour workshops in London for years, so if you've always thought, "I could do that," now's your chance!Open until midnight, there's even a reasonably-priced bar.

Namco Station, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7PB (nearest tube Waterloo) 4/5 - Some healthy competition on the dodgems and bowling, plus retro arcade games are sure to bring you two closer together!

Namco on South Bank is a great place to head for a date - you'll need some cash for the dodgems (£2), there's ten-pin bowling for under a fiver and plenty of pool tables, dance machines and retro arcade games.

Everything is token-operated, which means it's pretty cheap, and all that activity will soon get those endorphins flowing, leaving you feeling happy!

London Glassblowing, 7 The Leather Market, Weston Street, SE1 3ER 4/5 - Perhaps 5/5 if you can stretch to buying your date a unique hand-blown glass creation.

This monthly artists salon was founded in New York in 2005 and now takes place in over 40 cities across the globe - if you're not bothered by nudity, this could be a fun place for a date!

Head for Shoreditch and Bethnal Green for some of the best street art around. If not, wandering around in the cold weather might not do you any favours - plus some pieces can be hard to find!