Love Island: The Experience Is Coming To The UK This Summer

You'll even be able to meet Islanders at the events.

If you’ve ever fancied going on Love Island but, y’know, either don’t have eight weeks to spare or don’t want your dirty laundry aired on TV, then get yourself to Brighton Beach or Liverpool’s Chavasse Park.

These two venues will be host to the first ever Love Island: The Experience events this summer, offering the chance for “unique sharable photo opportunities” in iconic sets from the show, including the fire pit and beach hut diary room.

The fire pit will be coming to a beach (that might be) near you
The fire pit will be coming to a beach (that might be) near you
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There’ll also be live screenings of the show on big screens and some of the departing Love Islanders will even stop off for appearances too, followed by after parties with specially-curated playlists.

A Love Island-themed cocktail bar will also be set up at each venue, which is being created by The Luna Cinema.

The experience will be in Brighton for 11 nights from Friday 19 July, and Liverpool for seven nights from Tuesday 23 July.

Bosses are yet to confirm when the current series will end, though it’s widely believed it will last a total of eight weeks, meaning the finale should take place at the end of July.

So far, there’s been no shortage of drama in the villa and this week’s episodes have seen Amy Hart left devastated by Curtis Pritchard’s decision to make a move on someone else while she was in Casa Amor.

The flight attendant had remained faithful to the dancer and was left fuming (and in floods of tears) when she found out he’d kissed someone else twice.

The Love Island villa 2019...