Heres the info: "Galway Fringe Festival is holding "Speed Dating " Tuesday night 1st of August "Lughnasadh" , in Mechanics institute Social Club , 7 Middle Street Galway .
The club has been booked for the night with full bar .
So we're staying single longer, marrying later, and looking for new ways to meet people.
Romance is well and truly alive, with a billion cards sent globally on Valentine’s Day (An Post delivers about 100,000 each year) and the average spend on a ring being €1,333 according to research by Littlewoods.
We are open to collaborations with local groups, businesses and organisations.If you’re not here for the matchmaking, consider it an aerobic festival.The Spa Hotel was the centre around which this little village developed due to the mineral waters rich in iron, sulphur, and magnesium.There will also be snacks , prizes , socialising and icebreaking games to help encourage mingling!Lughnasadh (pronounced Loo na sa) is a Gaelic Festival held on the 1st of August marking the beginning of the Harvest season , it has Pagan origins named after the God Lug .As a nod to Lughnasadh Galway Fringe Festival will present VIP Tickets (which allow entry into Every Yes EVERY Fringe show ) to any couple who match on the night and who then are engaged to be married when Galway Fringe Festival begins again next year .