Speed dating suggestions
We allow plenty of time to move between tables and complete notes.A match happens when both you and somebody you have met indicate that you would like to meet again.A 'yes' match occurs when both parties have ticked 'yes' to each other and a 'friendship' match occurs when both parties have ticked 'friend' or a combination of a 'yes' and a 'friend' match.There is no guarantee that you will receive any matches, but what we do guarantee is that, if you have not ticked anyone you would like to meet again, you will qualify for free entry to another of our events.Feel free to use any of these as they are, or as a starting point to inspire your own, and remember to email us your favourites at the address below!It's generally not a good idea to ask someone where he or she lives until you know them a little better, and asking what they do for a living isn't considered very original.
This is long enough for you to judge whether you like someone enough to want to see them again, but short enough to avoid embarrassing lapses in conversation.
You are not guaranteed to meet everyone but there is a chance to spend more than four minutes with people you like.
In a nutshell it's Speed Dating meets the traditional Pub Quiz!
Lock and key parties are more like a regular party than our speed dating events. You then circulate looking for people who fit your lock or key.
If you find a match you go back to the registration desk to receive raffle tickets and to be issued with a new lock or key.