February Introductions


Our first event of 2022! Sunday 13th February, 5pm-7.30pm.

“Loved it. Thank you everyone.” (John)

If you find it hard to approach several new people at a meetup, our event is for you!

The hosted drinks event for making friends through round-robin group socialising. Pre-arranged specially chosen rotation schedules so you get to meet everyone properly.

As a belated New Year’s celebration, everyone will choose triple cooked chips or ciabatta garlic bread for free on us! We’ll together choose some music or background music, e.g. retro/pop/ambient.

Our 2-6 event hosts ensure you get to chat with lots of friendly Who Londoners, rather than get stuck with a few people. You’ll be given a name label and a piece of paper with numbers specific to you. The numbers represent table/bar areas you move to for new group chats every 20mins when we ring our bells (let us know when you book if you need to stay seated). It’s easy to follow and flows smoothly. More info on the below Events tab. See our fantastic reviews here.

  • Not just a drinks meetup, but an organised networking event to make new friends and connections. You’ll have the time to get to know new people with our relaxed socialising format, where we pre-assign you a new group for each of our rounds. (You won’t all be left to have to mingle among yourselves.)
  • Rotation schedule arrangement specific to each event to ensure you can chat to everyone attending. There are a number of possible layout plans, but we try different scenarios before the event in order that we get everyone the best fit for this particular evening.
  • You’ll know which tables/bar area you’ve been designated for each round and our table number stands are huge so you can easily see them.
  • Hands-on hosting with hosts welcoming you right at the entrance, ensuring the event runs smoothly, and explaining our simple and successful method before we start. All hosts take part in the group chats too.
  • Top venue with character and which is easy to get to. We’ve booked a private area for our mingling in a beautiful pub with plenty of history: The Counting House, which is a few minutes’ walk from Bank Station and is opening longer especially for us! 

Let’s enjoy socialising and make friends over drinks or cocktails – a comfortable event to come alone to and meet lots of new people age 50+. 

No tickets on the door. 4.5% PayPal/Stripe booking fee. Tickets only refunded/exchanged with NHS proof of a positive COVID-19 test taken within 24hrs of our event, or we reschedule/cancel).

Book your guest ticket below, or join as a member here first to buy a member ticket (members get a free drink, access to on-site member messaging, and more).

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Get your ticket for our first 2022 Introductions event!

Meet, socialise, stay connected at our drinks event where you’ll meet like-minded Londoners.

Our super hosts make sure everyone is included throughout the event, so we can enjoy drinks and socialising in our privately reserved Who London area.

Join the Club and save up to 50% on your ticket, as well as receive a free welcome drink at the event too, and other member benefits.

See our “Event Details” tab above for all the info….

Event Details

February Introductions!

Dress for a bar date; no caps/t-shirts.

Book your event ticket and come and join us….

This event is unique and we have a private area in our venue so that it's all about us. Our 2-6 hosts make sure you meet lots of new people and end your weekend on a high note.

You'll have a chilled time in a popular pub with unbelievably high ceilings and gleaming chandeliers. The Counting House is a jaw-dropping venue, where even the amazing photos can’t beat the wow-factor when you’re actually there in person!

The Counting House's main bar is housed in a former banking hall. The beautiful Cornhill pub (and hotel) oozes 19th century decadence. It was built in 1893 as Prescott's Bank and the building's foundations sit partly on a 2000 year old Roman basilica, which hosted everything from city administrators and law courts to the Treasury.

It's now the pub for beer fans, having a Master Cellarman Award. It serves Fuller's favourites such as London's Pride, ESB and Oliver's Island.

Front of the Counting House Counting House near entrance 

Please arrive at our venue at 5pm and ask for the Who London event.

Bring along your ticket, or show us it on your mobile, so we can register you in.

If you’re a Who London Club Member you'll receive a token to use for a free welcome drink from our menu. (You can order bar snacks such as crisps/nuts – some other food maybe available to order for the first hour of the event.)

Our hosts will make you feel welcome from the minute you arrive and they can introduce you to a few Who Londoners to start your evening with us.

Our Introductions Event really works: we move together to another Who London group every twenty minutes or so. This way you can meet as many people as possible at this event. Everyone is friendly and there will be at least a few of you socialising together each time.

There will be a mixture of seating and areas to stand and chat, creating an informal atmosphere which fits our Club ethos just right.

Almost everyone comes on his/her own and is looking to make friends or meet a partner, so you will be in good company.

***The event will end at 7.30pm, when the pub shuts, but your socialising can continue later....If you’re a member you can log in on our website and send messages or receive them from other members, as well as chat/comment on our member-only blog posts. Members will also be emailed Who London Handpicked, our monthly member newsletter. This gives you our recommended top places to visit with new friends or where to go on a date.***

Date: 13/02/2022

Start time: 17:00 BST

End time: 19:30 BST

Venue: The Counting House, 50 Cornhill, London EC3V 3PD

Directions: Bus number 25 stops right outside the pub. The nearest tube station is Bank: come out at exit 5 and walk up Cornhill for 5 minutes - you'll find the Counting House next to a shop called Crush. If you’re coming from Monument Station, walk up Gracechurch Street before turning left at the junction with Cornhill. Bank Station or Cannon Street are the closest mainline stations. If you arrive early you might like to take in St Paul's Cathedral, Tower of London and London Bridge, which are all within a 15-minute walk away. Also, the Bank of England and Leadenhall Market are under 5 minutes’ walk away.

Phone: 020 3393 3343

Email: alex@wholondon.co.uk