Gay speed dating in edinburgh
The Hits Radio Breakfast Show host goes on: "I just did this documentary in Northern Ireland aout gay conversion therapy with Radio 1 and we interviewed a guy that does this therapy on people."It's really dark, and facing this guy who's really homophobic and believes all this pseudo-science about why people are gay really made me realise 'Actually, I don't really accept myself or love myself'. James's Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut, the raucous 60-minute comedy performance sees the MTV presenter and Attitude columnist delve into his disasterous dating history and life as a social media-obsessed gay man in 2019 for "a stand-up show with audience interaction unlike any other." Playing at the Underbelly Lounge throughout August after a critically-acclaimed run in at Vauxhall's Above the Stag Theatre earlier this year, the show sees James invite audience members to join him for impromptu speed dates as he recalls the thrills and spills of his romantic past."Dating is a disaster," James says of his inspiration for the no-holds-barred routine.With a cosy, welcoming atmosphere and a mixed crowd, this could well be the scene for some fun-filled dating.
With a small theatre and a café to boot, this quirky bar will appeal to fans of culture-packed dating.
This seaside town oozes charm and character and offers a multitude of great venues for gay dating.
Legends Bar & Basement Club Seated below Legends Hotel, this stylish bar/club has two floors.
A stylish bar with a twinkly ceiling that offers sea views from its beach facing terrace and a basement nightclub with a range of club nights.
Best of all, entry is free, and it’s open 7 days a week.
"I've slept with a lot of guys and I admit that in the show, and try to work out why.