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Looking For Showmance In London: Meet Nick And Callum

14 February 2017 by Emily Moulder
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9 cities. 18 singles. 9 blind dates. Introducing our Looking for Showmance series, where we send two singles to meet for the first time, attend a show together and document their experiences. Will a Showmance be sparked? Read on to find out!
Our lucky Londoners were given tickets to the spectacular Cirque Du Soleil show Amaluna, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Featuring acrobatics, aerial performers, live music, water stunts, juggling and comedy, this show has absolutely everything and makes for a perfect date night.
Time to meet our blind daters, Nick and Callum!

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Callum, 23, is a Marketing Manager in the West End and Nick, 25, is a Photographer. They both love smooth peanut butter and dogs, but do they feel the same about going on a blind date?

Callum: “As nerve wracking as it is, I’ve never been on a blind date before so it should be fun! I’m excited about meeting someone I may not have had the opportunity to otherwise.”

Nick: “I love the theatre and meeting new people, so a Showmance blind date sounds like the perfect way for me to do both. I am a bubbly, optimistic person and need to find someone who matches my energy and enthusiasm, which can sometimes be difficult in London!”

This pair of potential love birds headed to the historic Royal Albert Hall to see the world-famous Cirque Du Soleil performers in action. But did love bloom for the boys?

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Nick gave us the lowdown on the evening, “The highlight of the evening was sitting in the theatre right at the beginning, chatting and meeting Callum, then watching two performers come out into the audience. Their interaction with the audience members was fab and it was really fun to watch and laugh at with my blind date!”

Sounds like it went well, would you do it again?

“Yes I think I would! It was really enjoyable and, although I don’t think my Showmance was a complete success, I did enjoy myself and thought that it was really good fun. An entirely new way to attend the theatre and see a show that I probably wouldn’t have thought to book myself!”

Although it looks like we won’t be hearing TodayTix wedding bells for Nick and Callum any time soon, maybe there’s hope for our other Showmance couples. Check out how our other blind daters got on.

Want more? Watch the brand new trailer for An American In Paris.