In fact, if we’re young and work in Dublin, there’s a good chance we head off ‘down home’ at least once a month just to hang with our mothers and our (likely large number of) siblings. Divorce rates in Ireland are still way below the rest of Europe, and while people tend to settle down quite late these days (average marriage ages for men are now over 35, and women over 33) when we settle, we settle well.
When suggesting a match we consider your individual partner criteria, your location and your personality traits in order to introduce you to 3-7 new people per day.Ireland will soon be the only country larger than the tiny island of Malta that is both English-speaking, and located in that travel-lovers’ paradise of easy travel, the EU. While Ireland still outlawed condoms without prescription as recently as 1985, and divorce as recently as 1996, our young people are very much over their conservative hang-ups these days. Genuinely, just try telling us anything complimentary, and if we like you, we’ll wince over how to react.We’re a good country to hook yourself to, right now. The plus side to that is you’re bound to impress us. We couldn’t possibly agree with your compliment (because that would just be arrogant), but we want more of them, too.J Murrihy, Michael Sexton, Blue Ridge Band, Damien & The Shakes.
There’s music and dancing in every bar from 11am in the morning to the wee hours of the night (see schedule) and those looking for love can meet Ireland’s only traditional matchmaker Willie Daly in his ‘office in the Matchmaker Bar.
From Dublin to Galway, Cork to Donegal, our members are all looking for one thing: lasting love.