We have an office number to ring and there will be someone there to answer any questions and make sure you have all the details of our events.If you’re fed up of clicking refresh, perhaps it’s about time you tried taking dating offline. You’ve got with friends, and friends of friends, and now the social pond of options has been exhausted. Hit the bars and clubs of London in the hopes of finding a drunken kiss that may just bloom into romance. Continue to spend weekends with old friends, hoping that someone new will conveniently appear without you having to branch out. With Social Concierge I wanted to create an offline dating agency where the focus was on expanding your social circles with people who happened to be single.Our range of listings is just that little bit special…It’s the personal touch!At Kaleidoscope we do not just leave you to it: We will get to know you personally.We are nearly fully booked, but a couple of places remain so please do get them while you can.
Cocobananas, Battersea This Brazilian club is a touch gimmicky, quite hard to get to and really rather raucus. Archer Street, Soho Providing you have no problem with drunken cityboys in suits, the Archer Street basement is a reliable pick up joint for a post work crowd.
They are then brought together at dinners, cocktail parties and group dates and I leave the rest to them.
I strongly believe we need to take dating back offline and get social – it’s far more rewarding and worst case scenario you have a fun night out.
But once there, it fills up very quickly on weekends with young, fun and vaguely posh twentysomethings who are very easy to chat up. Small spaces plus too much alcohol and the odd expense account makes for a fruitful night. Wenlock and Essex, Islington N1 is full of young singletons drinking wine like water and getting real friendly. Barrio East, Shoreditch There’s nothing like loud music and cocktails to get some camaraderie going.
In July we have an extremely special lunch with in July – absolutely the hottest ticket in town!