|All (85) Date in a Dash|
|Speed Dating at One Kew Road, Richmond|
|Drunk Jenga at Nordic, Oxford Circus|
|Escape the Room at the Hanbury Arms, Islington|
|Speed Dating at the Exhibit, Balham|
|All (77) Fast Love Speed Dating|
|Speed Dating in Manchester|
|Speed Dating in Nantwich|
|Elite Speed Dating in Chester|
|Elite Speed Dating in Liverpool|
|All (18) Ditch or Date UK|
|Speed Dating in Manchester on 31/05/2017|
|Speed Dating in Leicester on 01/06/2017|
|Speed Dating in Leicester on 01/06/2017|
|Speed Dating in Liverpool on 06/06/2017|
|All (2) Single Solution Asian|
|Speed Dating - Summer Mixer in Birmingham|
|Speed Dating - Mid Week Party in London|
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