Bbc dating in the dark
Three of us are sitting at a table in total darkness waving our arms madly in the air trying to catch the waiters attention. At Dinner in the Dark that is the etiquette if you need assistance.
"You can have a bit of a laugh and it will make a great story to tell." Before heading into the darkness Miss Strong, who runs a singles website, says she is excited and nervous about what it is going to be like.Instead they can relax and concentrate on showing off their personality.Anna Strong, 27, from south-west London, who has been single for a year, is at the event at the Ascots Restaurant in Oxford Street to "see what it is all about".Personals is aimed at young, single professionals who are too busy working to have time to go out and meet people.By depriving diners of one of their senses, the organisers say people do not have to worry about what they look like or are wearing.