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Very professional, a great bar and a really fun crowd. Now that we've done it once we're thinking about doing it again." Sarah Jus tried #speeddating /w @original_dating. #FF @original_dating Via Twitter "I had no idea what to expect and was a bit nervous.
I've been speed dating before but yours was the best I've attended." Jon, Balham "Me and my mate booked as a dare! But once I was two dates in it was easy, and really good fun. The girls were lovely and the other guys really friendly. I met two guys I liked tonight so let's see how it goes." Elise, Wandsworth "The event was really good. Much more relaxed than we thought it would be and loads more people than we were expecting. Some of the guys were well cute." Francesca, Earlsfield "As someone who organises events myself I thought I should drop you a quick email to tell you how impressed I was with last night's speed dating event.
Most people stay for drinks after the event, so if you really fancy someone and think they might fancy you, then you'll want to stay and talk to them.
I really enjoy the events here, they look after you well.
Also would like to see speed date events in West London area for men and women age group 45 more of that age group event, could be held in wine bars also as I know a lot of big wine drinkers. I only feel to suggest two ideas that could make the events even better.As her name suggests, she’s thirty-two, attractive, accomplished and independent. As a girl who has spent most of her life on a very regimented conveyor belt – school, gap year, Undergrad degree, Masters, I find it hard not to plan ahead.Ten years ago, I assumed I would be married at twenty-eight, and thinking about children by the time I was thirty.We’d heard rave reviews of ‘Last Night a Speed Date Changed My Life’ – a fortnightly event in the basement of The Book Club in Shoreditch.Girls’ tickets for the event sell out almost as soon as they go public, and extra tickets are only released if additional boys attend, in order to keep the numbers equal.