Today: April 16, 2024

Win Tickets To Singles Circus Mafia Party, 28 Jun, London

Win Tickets To Singles Circus Mafia Party, 28 Jun, London

We have ten pairs of tickets to giveaway to Singles Circus Party on Saturday 28th Jun at Vibe Bar, Shoreditch, London. Meet 250 cool single professionals! Three football screens throughout the venue ensures that you get the best of all worlds. For more information about this event, go to the Pop Up Speed Dating Website.

Age Guide: 21- 45. Ladies, come with lipsticks rather than guns tucked in your stockings. Men, with sharp threads rather than sharp knives. Whether you decide to dress up or dress down, it’s up to you. Just be creative. Whatever happens, the night is sure to end with a bang. Event activities below PLUS FOOTBALL ON 3 SCREENS THROUGHOUT THE VENUE.

About Pop Up Speed Dating

As Seen On E4′s Made In Chelsea!

Let’s face it, you are probably tired of the usual concept of speed dating? You know – in a bar, sitting at a numbered table with a name badge on. Welcome to the world of Pop Up Speed Dating an imaginative new form where like minded people get together and meet up at private members clubs and exclusive venues across London at parties and speed dating sessions. Pop Up Speed Dating Events are aimed at cool, single professionals on the go!

Marcia Degia - Publisher

Marcia Degia, who has worked in the media industry for more than 20 years, is the Publishing Editor of KOL Social Magazine. See website:

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