Established in a Bloomsbury Bookshop in the early 1980’s in London, we provide bespoke personal introductions throughout London and the South East.Over 75% of our clients approach us because our established matchmaking team have already found long term relationships for their friends and relatives.Matchmaking membership is offered following an in-person interview and only then if we believe we can match you.Drawing Down the Moon is a founder member of the Association of British Introduction Agencies (ABIA), a founder member of the Dating Industry Professionals Network (DIPN) a member of the international Matchmakers Alliance and of the international Matchmaking Institute.Is love something that money can’t buy, or is it worth a try anyway? Multi-Award winning Drawing Down the Moon is the UK’s premier matchmaking and personal introductions firm.Tinder, hook ups and one-night stands are the ultimate in fast food dating – fine if that’s what you’re in the mood for, but unsatisfying and guilt-inducing if not.Plus, things seem to move so fast that every potential relationship is over before I’ve blinked.
Your matchmaker will become your confidant, consultant and friend who will personally search amongst our network of thousands of vetted singles, honing in on the select few who most closely match you and making a series of one-on-one introductions.
It sounds like a mind-boggling amount of money to me, but with 12 offices around the world and more to follow, they’re clearly doing something right.
Until now, I always thought people who resort to dating agencies must be a little desperate. I have never before even been set up by friends or been on a blind date.
But then I reached the first anniversary of my divorce and, much to my surprise, having sworn off men for life, I started to wonder, with the prospect of a great big yawning new year stretching ahead of me, whether there might be someone out there for me and, if so, how on earth am I going to find him?
Miraculously, given that I was the editor of a woman's fashion magazine, before meeting my husband in my early 40s (then a BBC journalist, he came to interview me; as soon as we got married, he gave up his job and started having sex with other women), I had only ever had three boyfriends, two of whom hadn't even liked me that much.