Dating in London: an anxious, hectic meat market of cold flesh? Or a smouldering melting pot of hot humanity? With Valentine's Day approaching, we're going to take Cupid's bow apart and look at what really makes the city's love life tick.
London Is Dating, with Conway Hall, matches up a panel of daters and dalliers to ponder how we meet people in London.
How does it differ to the rest of the country and other cities? How has it changed due to technology? How have sexual attitudes altered? How is it great? How isn't it? And what should change?
Ticket holders will also be invited to try our Londonist Lover-In questionnaire where we try and seat you with other like-minded people on the night.
Our panel includes: (more to be confirmed)
Zoe is a London-based author, journalist and talking head, working across books, print, television, radio and the web. She is the author of the bestselling books Girl with a One Track Mind and Girl with a One Track Mind Exposed, and you can find her ranting about sex, feminism and popular culture at @girlonetrack.
Emma is a specialist in all aspects of sexual and intimacy issues, wants people to realise that there are many others in the same situation. Emma is the director of Pink Lobster Dating for lesbians and bisexual women and just women who like women.
Charly is CEO of the UK Dating Awards, and was used as an expert advisor to Lord Sugar in this year's Apprentice Final.
Dr Jamie F Lawson is an academic sexologist with a background in anthropology and psychology. He's worked on various aspects of sex and sexuality, but has particular interests in gender and sexual orientation identities, kinky sex and anything with the word "queer" in front of it. Basically he enjoys talking about sex for a living, and has a bit of a side line as a sex/LGBTQ+ activist and public speaker. You can follow him on @drlawson
Andy has road tested all manner of sex and dating launches — anything from executive matchmaking, speed dating in the dark and road testing male sex toys. He was made UK Dating Awards Dating Journalist of the Year in 2014. He has written approaching 500 articles about sex, dating and relationships for titles like Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Cosmo, Glamour, GQ, FHM, Men's Health and Grazia.
London Is Dating, with Conway Hall, takes place on 11 February, 7.30-9pm, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, WC1R 4RL. Tickets £8, concs £5 available here, or use the form below.