Speed dating in Oxford is a great way to meet like-minded Oxford singles. The best way to find out what all the fuss is about is to jump right in and try it for yourself.
It's fast, fun and we’re so confident you’ll like someone that if you don’t your next Oxford speed dating event is FREE! Speed dating Oxford is great fun, and if you like meeting new people you will enjoy having a chat and experiencing a different night out.
Beats the same old same old with your mates and colleagues.
To make the most of your night, we advise coming to your Oxford speed dating with an open mind and a big smile. We tend to recommend asking about interests rather than work as the majority of our guests have 'normal' professional jobs.
Broughton Castle – located a couple of miles south of Banbury – is no exception.
Built in 1300, this medieval mansion has since been used in a variety of films like ‘The Scarlet Pimpernel’ and ‘Shakespeare in Love’, a fact which reflects its impressive nature.
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You just make a note of all those you might like to see again and we do the rest.
Oxfordshire, including the cities and towns of Oxford, Whitney, Banbury, Woodstock, Chipping Norton, Bicester and Burford, is a great location in which to enjoy attending one of our highly successful Speed Dating and other fun singles Events.
As a well established company that’s been hosting sucessful Singles and Speed Dating events in Oxfordshire and all across the UK, When The Music Stops has developed excellent links with carefully selected upmarket bars and restaurants as suitable venues for our Singles evenings.
Famous for two things - the nursery rhyme ‘Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross’ and their very own cakes – Banbury is one Oxfordshire town with rather a quaint reputation.
With so much more to offer then pastry and song, Banbury (second to the city of Oxford) is Oxfordshire’s most populated town.