The truth is there’s never been a better time to date.
Ask yourself: when have you felt more secure, more comfortable in your skin and focused on what you want in life?
The themed evenings have names like 'Come As Your Favourite Disaster! ', so if you're looking for true romance this might not be the best place.
Shhh Dating There's no need for awkward small-talk at these unconventional silent speed-dating events. In the first you can mime, squeak and gesticulate but in the second there's total silence; only staring into each other's eyes is allowed.
At the end you'll get to mingle and bring out the excellent conversational skills you've been bottling up all evening.
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All the KK parties are masked balls, so identities remain secret.
Meet, mingle and then, if things are going well, retreat to one of the special rooms to find out more about the singles who pique your interest.There are a few rules: members must be vetted for attractiveness before they can join the KK Club, and the women are in charge. Last Night a Speed Date Changed My Life The furthest you can get from a singles night in a garish West End chain bar, this well-loved speed-dating party takes place in various cool venues across Shoreditch.That means men cannot approach women and men can only attend if a woman brings them along. While it doesn’t rewrite the speed date rule book, Last Night a Speed Date Changed My Life has become the go-to date night for creative singles in their mid-twenties to mid-thirties, so chances are you’re more likely to find someone who is as into gallery-hopping and stage-diving as you are.If you're hoping to stay up all night to get lucky, the scheduled slow dance at 1.45am might get you and your chosen one in the mood.Where do you go clubbing if you're getting on, but still getting down?Kate Hutchinson meets some grown-up clubbers who've created a scene all of their own It started with a letter.