The dating scene is about as unpredictable and uncertain as the load shedding schedule, leaving us wondering how we can secure a hot meal or a date.
To help matters, POPArt is offering all the singles out there – gay, straight or lesbian – a different kind of dating experience… and, hopefully, a different kind of electricity too.
Dating in the Dark offers an alternative to modern ‘blind’ dating: one that is intended to bring back a time where the spark is spurred on by conversation and personality. Not by predetermined common interests, mutual friends and travel destinations that prevail in one of many curated profile pictures online.
It’s along the lines of speed dating, but with one key difference: you won’t get to see your dates, because all of it happens in the dark.
It’s fun and risk free, and the match making is easy. You get to mark down the date(s) that you were interested in, and only if there is mutual interest will they share contact details for both parties.
Better than that, they’ll even sort out your first official date with a ticket to the theatre.
To book your seat at Dating in the Dark, go to www.popartcentre.co.za and purchase the ticket relevant to YOUR gender & sexual orientation.
The first instalment of Dating in the Dark kicks off at POPArt (286 Fox Street, Maboneng Precinct) on 5 February 2015.