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When the Music Stops & Dating in the Media

When the Music Stops have established an excellent reputation for a range of popular dating events and as a result we often appear in the media. The press often want to give us a try to see for themselves how much fun speed dating and our many other singles events really are.

If you are a media professional and wish to have future press releases circulated to you please email Our team members are available for interview and comment. We have experience with various media organisations and have been involved with some of the UK’s best known TV programmes:

View an example press release demonstating how When the Music Stops is perceived by the media

  • Trinny and Susannah – ITV1
  • The Friday Night Project – Channel 4
  • Single Mum, Single Dad – BBC1
  • Tonight with Trevor McDonald – ITV1
  • 4 go dating – Channel 4

Trinni and Susannah Undress the Nation
Trinny & Susannah try Speed DatingIn the UK, we all seem to be fascinated by dating and who’s going out with who. Whether it’s among our own circle of friends or we are reading about the latest hot couple in the celebrity columns, we are all obsessed with other people?s love lives.Trinny and Susannah recently joined us for Over 40’s Speed Dating in Nottingham and selected three of our lovely ladies to star with them for the day. A complete makeover was offered as the reward for agreeing to appear on their hit show, now on ITV1.
Rupert Everett goes Speed Dating with the Friday Night Project
Speed Dating with Rupert EverettThis was quickly followed by a special feature on The Friday Night Project, Channel 4’s cult Friday night viewing. Justin Lee Collins and Alan Carr gave their special guest star, film actor Rupert Everett, the chance to try Speed Dating and they came along to one of our events in London.We gave them a lock and key party followed by speed dating and everyone had a great time, so you never know WHO you might bump into at a When the Music Stops event!
BBC Radio 4 – Inside Intuition (Broadcast August 2007)
Mark Lythgoe - Inside IntuitionMark Lythgoe is a neuroscientist who is sceptical about intuition.Asking the Questions – “Should we go with our gut feelings? Can we trust our hunches?” – Mark travelled to one of our Speed Dating events at a wine bar in West London to see intuition at work.Is intuition a real phenomenon or just a popular myth?

BBC Radio Ulster – Gerry Anderson
Speed Dating BelfastGerry Anderson started off thinking that Speed Dating didn’t work in Belfast.Gerry – the controversial ex-presenter of Radio 4’s “Anderson Country” has a lot of information about the subject and goes a few rounds with our Julie from Belfast. Finally he ends up showing an interest in joining one of her events!What will you think after hearing Julie presenting her case?

Other BBC Radio Interviews and Reports
Andrew Edwards and Georgey Spanswick, Leeds Speed Dating BroadcastWe have had numerous other requests for Radio Interviews and have always been happy to provide our expertise to local Radio Stations who want to explore how our dating systems could help their audience.Listen here to previous broadcasts:

ITN Central News – Anna Church (Broadcast December 2007)
Derby Romance - Anna Church investigatesAnna Church had an unusual topic to present this time.Anna visited a couple to interview them about their rather unique engagement. Ivan had proposed to Rainey at one of our Dance Party events – an event where they first met a few months previously.
Lots of different people for you to meet!

Find Love With Singles Events in Nottingham

Find Love With Singles Events in Nottingham

 There is no doubt that it’s getting harder and harder to find a great person to settle down with.

Some people seem to do it easily while it’s a lot harder for others. For many people it’s very hard to find enough time to meet quality people. All of us at some point want to be able to find a great partner to settle down with but we all know it’s not that easy all the time.

Especially if you are someone who works in a busy career where there is a lot expected of you. Good news is that there are ways that you can meet a lot of new people in as short a timespan as possible and it’s via singles events Nottingham.

Finding the time to meet new people is only half the battle because you could end up making time for this area of your life but still not meet a quality person to share your life with. So what you need to do is maximise your dating efforts so to speak. You need to be able to meet new people in a way whereby you can maximise your chances of meeting the right person.

Here are some of the prerequisites you need to be able to fit:

  1. They need to also be single and looking for the same things as you
  2. They need to have similar interests to you
  3. They need to be the kind of person you’d settle down with


At a singles event Nottingham there is a high chance you will end up meeting someone who fits these three prerequisites. You will meet many single people at the various events and this means by default you’ll end up with a high chance of meeting the right kind of people for a relationship.

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