Speed dating is an original and quirky film that was made on a tiny budget when compared with other films currently on show in Irish cinemas.However despite this, the film offers great performances from the cast, particularly from Don Wycherley as the over zealous Detective Long and the pot-fueled psychiatrist played by David Hayman but it is O' Conor who steals the show and never fails to win our sympathy.DO YOU EVER feel like your trip to the supermarket could be a little more… Is your search for baked beans and Marigold gloves lacking that spark? Super Valu in Lusk, Co Dublin is holding a speed dating event There will be dedicated ice breaker sections set up around the store, such as beer, wine, cheese and Signature Tastes sampling stations, allowing singles to interact and mingle.At the checkout area, participants confirm if details of interested suitors are to be exchanged.After an unpleasant experience with a man she met online, Dubliner Jennifer (47), a divorced mother of three, decided to join a dating agency in her native city.The agency provided a confidential match-making service and after several years of successful dating, which resulted in one long-term relationship, she decided to break out on her own and set up Two’s Company.Entrance is €5 for people who are not attending the Inclusion Ireland AGM which is on earlier that day. You have to register beforehand though, so call Inclusion Ireland on 01 8559891, or email [email protected] here to download the flyer with all the details.
As well as your standard dating sites, most also offer apps which simplify even further the process of finding a date.
Emma Choy is also great as the nurse with the heart of gold.
Speed Dating is a romantic comedy that is very funny and clever throughout and has one of the best soundtracks heard for a long time.
Support independent Irish film making and go see it.
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