Carnival RAG First Dates 2020

Monday 17 February 2020

6pm - 10pm


Are you looking for love? <3

Carnival RAG is bringing you the return of UoB First Dates! We've all seen the TV Show, now it's your chance to meet your perfect match for real - all for charity.

• Pay £6 for an application form so that we can get to know you, and what you’re looking for.

• Our Carnival Cupids will then get to work finding you your match for your dinner date in Harborne.

Questions? Or want more information? Message our Facebook page or send any queries to

*All proceeds go to our allocated charities: Student Minds, Birmingham Nightline and Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.*

*Important Information:*

  • The ticket price only covers your application, not transport or any food or drinks purchased at the restaurant.

  • Carnival RAG cannot guarantee that all your preferences from your application will be met, however, we will do our best to give you your closest match possible.

  • Please be as honest as possible in your application! The link to the application form can be found in the Guild receipt of your ticket purchase, please make sure to check your spam folder, the receipt will go the email you have registered with the Guild.

  • Please fill in your application as soon as possible after you have bought your ticket, the deadline for doing this is: Saturday 8th February at midnight.

  • You will get preference to when you would like your date: 17th, 18th or 19th February.

  • During all dates, there will be two Carnival RAG stewards at the restaurant. 

  • If you are ill on the night of your date, please let us know in advance by emailing so we can tell your date and potentially rearrange the date for another night.

  • Refund Policy: If your match cancels and we cannot rearrange the date you will be entitled to a full refund of your ticket. We cannot, however, offer refunds if you are too ill or fail to attend the date and it is not possible to reschedule. We will also be offering refunds if we have been unable to match you, due to a possible imbalance in the number of applications we receive.