ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
The Great Love Debate : Why Is Everyone Still Single?
All the single ladies, clear your schedules. Gentlemen, if you’re single, you may want to do the same.
The Great Love Debate tour comes to Raleigh May 14 and to Charlotte May 16. This unique town hall style experience brings local experts to dish, discuss, dissect and debate the current state of the date.
The event brings together 100 single men and women, seated on opposite sides of the theatre to try to answer the question, “Why is everyone still single?”. Who knows maybe after the event, you won’t be anymore.
Brian Howie, Author & Creator of How to Find Love in 60 Seconds, created the event which will visit 30 cities this year.
“Despite more ways to connect than ever before, the disconnect between men and women has never been greater,” said Howie. “So we decided to bring men and women together in a fun, feisty, honest, engaging forum and see if we can break the date stalemate!”
The Raleigh event is moderated by Wendy Defeudis (Image Consultant, Artist, Founder of VeryWendy, “Queen of 1000 Dates & Never Been Married”) and includes local guests David Bennett ( Author, Speaker, Found of The Popular Man) Otto Collins (Author, Relationship & Life Success Coach) and Christy Goldstein (Writer, Relationship Coach, Dating Expert)
The Charlotte event is moderated by Brian Howie and includes local guests Dr. Dar ( Relationship Success Expert, “WCCB News Rising” Dating Specialist) Laurie Berzack (The Carolinas’ Top Matchmaker), Ellen Smoak, (Relationship Expert, Media Personality, Author Breakups are a Bitch), Jarvis Holiday (Writer, Editor, Blogger/Creator of Grown People Talking, Producer) and our own Bridgette Wright as the featured Style and Confidence Expert.
Tickets for this event are $40 and are available online at www.greatlovedebate.com, Showtime is at 8pm.Seating is extremely limited (100 per gender), all attendees receive admission to the “Meet, Greet, Mix, Mingle & Match” party which immediately follows the show.
Don’t say we didn’t try to play matchmaker. You’re welcome!