At Tribe we’ve made the move towards group dating to tackle the awkwardness of one-on-one dating.
I’ve lost count of the number of bad dates I’ve had and I don’t think I’m in the minority.
The increased focus on looks over shared interests in the last five years has brought the likelihood of quality of conversation and real life chemistry on a date down.
In an effort to answer both these questions, most of us plough through lists of new pop-ups, private members clubs and playhouses, whilst simultaneously app-shopping for lovers on late night commutes.
It has made proactively planning your spare time a second job, and even the quick fix apps aren’t really helping us find those genuine gems.
As a result, I wanted to create an excuse to effortlessly explore more of London and meet more likeminded single people in the process.
What I didn’t want was the desperation of a matchmaking service or the awkwardness of one-on-one dating. What are the main advantages of group dating in today’s society?
We work with multiple creative partners, from Bompas & Parr to Blanch & Shock, to produce bespoke group dates for six at London’s hottest venues, experiences and events. As a born and bred Londoner, I feel that single city living poses two big questions; when faced with so much choice, how do you find the perfect place to go?
We pair two groups of three friends together based on their shared interest in the same type of date, and ensure that all Tribe dates are bespoke, high quality and relaxed. And, when faced with so little time, how do you meet the perfect person?