This London dating event will restore your faith in meeting IRL

A 20’s theme, immersive entertainment, and a room full of single people.

A 20’s theme, immersive entertainment, and a room full of single people.

Dating events have come a long way since that one couple that are friends with your parents met at speed dating. They say all things get better with time, and this year is the official start of the singles event renaissance.

This is why The Inner Circle singles parties are having such an impact, both on people’s social lives and the dating industry as a whole. The recent “Gatsby’s drugstore” party in Borough, London, proved this with a night of swinging jazz and swigging cocktails.

“It was really weird at first” said one attendee, “I had absolutely no idea what to expect so I brought a friend with me and we just thought we’d go with the flow and see what happens. Two hours later we were both a little bit tipsy, my friend had two people’s phone numbers, and I was so impressed with the show I actually bought tickets to go back with some friends!”.


The events aren’t always immersive theatre, the aim is to create an experience that makes dating natural with a built in ice breaker. This means rooftop pools in Barcelona, themed parties in New York, and even an underground house party in Berlin.

This is why The Inner Circle is charging through 2019 with a renewed focus on these events, something they’ve been doing since launching back in 2012, and has long been a favourite feature of the app’s user base. The result? Dating events at cool bars, with non-gimmicky ice-breaking entertainment, and singles that actually talk to you.

The Inner Circle events run every month in cities globally, from rooftops to the kind of bars you’ve always wanted to go but never knew how to find. You can score yourself tickets (and take one step closer to actually meeting someone IRL) by doing the following:

1) Register for The Inner Circle here

2) See when the next event is and grab a ticket while you can

3) Show up, and prepare to be swept off your feet

Aron Disco