To Do List: HELLO!'s pick of events and new releases

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Looking to do something special for Valentine's Day? There's a new art exhibition at the Lights of Soho in London featuring an explosion of neon hearts, tunnels of love and vintage posters to explore, or a visit to the Creme Egg Cafe could be on the menu for the chocolate lovers out there.

YO! Sushi has also just launched its sushi-making classes for couples, where guests can put their culinary skills to the test and take home everything they've made.

Read on for this week's new events...

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FOOD AND DRINK

Creme Egg Cafe

Spoil your lover with a trip to the Creme Egg Cafe this Valentine's Day. The egg-citing new eatery is dedicated to all things Creme Egg, with dishes of gooey yumminess available to tuck into. The cafe is serving a cracking range of Creme Egg-inspired treats including toasties, a Creme Egg tray bake and egg and soldiers. It's also home to a mini interactive ball pool – the perfect place for you to let go and release your inner child! The cafe, which takes walk-ins as well as pre-booked tickets, is open until 6 March on Fridays and weekends.

For the latest news visit facebook.com/cadburycremeegg.

FILM

Zoolander 2

Fifteen years after the release of Zoolander sees the return of Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson in Zoolander 2. The cast list could read like a roll call of music royalty and who's who in Hollywood, with the likes of Penelope Cruz, Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, Will Ferrell, Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande all involved. Derek and Hansel are back and modelling, and must stop a conspiracy to kill the "world's most beautiful people". Meanwhile, Derek's rival Jacobim Mugatu is set free and is seeking revenge.

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EXHIBITION

Madame Tussauds London

An event for the fashion lovers! In the lead up to London Fashion Week, Madame Tussauds London has created an immersive behind-the-scenes fashion experience where visitors can see the new wax figures of BFFs Cara Delevingne and Kendall Jenner. There will be multiple selfie opportunities with Cara, whose figure will be posing on the catwalk dressed in an Yves Saint Laurent dress, and Kendall as she readies herself backstage. Guests will also be able to strut their stuff on the catwalk, watched by none other than Anna Wintour. And for one week only, from Saturday 13 February to Sunday 21 February, guests will have the chance to go home with a range of fashion goodies if they spot a special golden clothes tag.

To pre-book tickets visit madametussauds.com/london.

FOOD AND DRINK

Sushi-making classes

YO! Sushi has launched classes where couples and friends can learn how to make sushi. Take everything home with you after the class, as well as a specialist rolling mat with a booklet to help you remember all the trusty tips you've learnt, and a certificate to celebrate your culinary achievements. The classes, which are available at select restaurants around the UK, run on Thursdays and Saturdays and cost £50 for two people. In addition, from 8 March, YO! Sushi will launch its 100 dish taste of TokYO! menu.

To book a place visit yosushi.com.

EXHIBITION

Lights of Soho

Love has landed at the Lights of Soho art gallery in London, just in time for Valentine's Day. Celebrating the passionate nature of Soho, the gallery is hosting a LOVE Hz (Hertz) pop-up until 14 February, which will feature an explosion of neon hearts, tunnels of love and vintage posters. Artworks will include Lights of Soho own brand as well featured artists including Lauren Baker, Sara Pope, Dijon Dajee, Mark Goede, Diana Chire, and Ben Rousseau.

For more information visit lightsofsoho.com.

THEATRE

Chicago

This weekend sees the opening of Chicago at the New Theatre Oxford. The all-time favourite musical is back with a new cast, with Hayley Tamaddon starring as Roxie Hart, Sophie Carmen-Jones as Velma Kelly and The X Factor's Sam Bailey as Mama Morton. Based on real life events back in the roaring 1920s, the musical tells the tale of nightclub singer Roxie who shoots her lover and along with cell block rival, double-murderess Velma, they fight to keep from death row with the help of smooth talking lawyer, Billy Flynn. The production runs in various cities until July, including Bristol, Edinburgh and Manchester.

To book tickets visit chicagotour.co.uk.

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