The inner circle summer polo cup
13 August 12.30pm – until late , Ham Polo Club, Richmond, South West London.
The Inner Circle, will host its second annual Summer Polo Cup. Successful and like minded singles will gather on the grounds of the prestigious club, to witness Alumni polo teams compete, whilst enjoying brunch and champagne. This year’s winners will not only win the Summer Polo Cup, but will also be crowned the City Champions. Once the victors have lifted the trophy, the party will kick-off with DJ Per Pedersen on the decks, Chris Sharp on the Sax, combined with a live violin to give a summer festival vibe.
The Inner Circle is aimed at successful, ambitious and like-minded singletons in the capital. The website and app’s user base is a high-end community comprised of high-flying and career-minded individuals with over 30,000 members in London and 90,000 across Europe.
The strict invitation only policy and screening process ensures that eligible singles with similar lifestyles, backgrounds and interests can meet each other in an honest and authentic environment. The Inner Circle team carefully handpick members to create a vibrant and balanced community of educated young professionals who enjoy similar things in life. The popularity and selective nature of the site, means that there are currently 120,000 on the waiting list.
The Lovestruck free for all
3 August 5pm – until late, Patch Bar, St Paul’s
It may sound like one, but it isn’t an orgy. All you need to know is that over 400 Lovestruckers and their single friends will be there. There is no entry fee, no RSVP, no nametags, no games and no rules.
Simply ask for a red straw (entirely optional), drink and let some gorgeous Lovestrucker spot your straw and chat you up. (Or chat up someone with a straw, if you’re feeling proactive.)
Hidden on a backstreet near St Paul’s Cathedral, Patch Bar is a stylish cocktail bar, spread over two floors with loads of drink offers on the night.
Tell all your single friends/colleagues and bring them with you. They don’t have to be a Lovestrucker. They don’t even have to be single. Hell, they don’t even have to be your friend. That’s the beauty of this night, baby. It’s all about fun.
Drinking with strangers
13 August 7:30 pm – 11:55 pm • Love Die Late bar
Single girls and good looking fellas, Fruity drinks with little umbrellas… Yes, a free cocktail upon arrival!
This is a tough city in which to meet people, but drinking with strangers makes it a whole lot easier. Drinking with Strangers is about bringing single people together, whether new to the area or local, and meeting up at a local bar, restaurant, or event without the formalities associated with the usual scene.
Join 100 guests at Love Die Late Bar. Aimed at professional singles, it is the perfect way to meet plenty of people in a relaxed party atmosphere, whilst hosts are on hand to play cupid. You will be registered by your hosts upon arrival and invited to participate in an optional interactive activity. Please ensure that you collect instructions at registration if you wish to participate. Book Tickets for Drinking with Strangers, Age 21 & 45: £15.00 in advance. No admittance without advance ticket.
26- 28 August – afternoon and evening events, Tobacco Docks, Wapping Lane
After a sold out success earlier this year, GinFestival.com returns to London for their summer event, bringing with them more exclusive gins and even more producers. As seen on CBS News, The Metro and The Guardian. With the most gins and the most people, they are the UK’s largest gin event.
Showcasing over 100 different gins including new gins, new producers and a variety of entertainment.
You’ll also be able to try an exclusive new gin, Tarquins “Single Estate Tea” Gin, made especially for Gin festival.
On arrival you will be handed your Gin Festival glass (to take home!) and a brochure, full of information on all the gins you can try, a little about each company and the suggested garnish.
The Notting Hill Carnival
28-29 August 9am – 7pm, Notting Hill
Britain’s biggest street party. The Notting Hill Carnival is the largest street festival in Europe and originated in 1964 as a way for Afro-Caribbean communities to celebrate their own cultures and traditions. Taking place every August Bank Holiday weekend in the streets of London W11, the Notting Hill Carnival is an amazing array of sounds, colourful sights and social solidarity.