Contact Singles started as a singles social club in London in 1994 and has grown over the years.
We have a big following and reach max 250 at our singles parties in bar and hotel venues in London with lots of new members constantly joining.
Each month our resident dating expert Charly Lester rounds up the most original dating events in London.
Friday June 5 Creative Yoga – Yoga Dating Bored with normal speed dating? The yoga class is specifically designed for singles and includes pairs postures, hand holding and eye-contact.
Tuesday June 9 Haché – Burger Dating Love a good piece of meat? Burger chain Haché aims to find a way to your heart through your stomach by plying you with welcome drinks, and mini burgers, while you speed date.
The pongy pouches are left on a table and guests can take a long, hard sniff of them any time during the night.
Magnetising the creative and intellectual folk of East London, TBC is worlds apart from the typical London bar scene, albeit slightly colonised by hipsters. It’s a former Victorian warehouse so is fortunate to be graced with ample open space and giant windows offering buckets of natural light during those warm summer evenings.
The incredibly cool “Jenga Speed Dating” is a fun dating experience that’s a... So, step outside that comfort zone and share an experience that’s a... Just look at your friends: what a wonderfully diverse group of liberal, cool, opinionated, engaged, open-minded, creative, talented, attractive people! These quirky dating events will help you overcome those initial awkward encounters by providing both alcoholic lubrication and an easy opening gambit. The problem with dating in London isn't that there aren't lots of beautiful people out there, it's that we're incapable of talking to each other without some common ground, or a belly full of booze.There’s ice water readily available in jugs at the bar for the designated drivers too, so just help yourself!It offers some of the expected indie/folksy anthems but also gives punters the opportunity to suggest songs and compile playlists via The Book Club’s official twitter page as well as hosting a night called ‘Literary Death Match’, where volunteers can slaughter each other with literary extracts in front of a judging panel to crown a winner.