Sex under lockdown. Gillian McCallum, Matchmaker at “Top introductions agency Drawing Down the Moon” speaks to Rowan Pelling of The Telegraph
Love in the time of Corona: I’m not panic buying..I’m panic dating!
No Kissing, but Singles are out looking for Love
Drawing Down the Moon was featured in Forbes as part of their coverage of the Oscars.
How the Oscars Goody Bag work and how Drawing the Moon were featured
The Independent covered the story that Drawing Down the Moon gave selected Oscar Nominees and winners a complimentary membership.
Gillian McCallum Dating Expert reveals how you can date a celebrity and explains the pitfalls A-listers face when looking for romance.
Gillian McCallum shares the number one deal-breaker in Dating today – Brexit !
Why Brexit is a Dating Deal Breaker – read The Telegraph interview with DDM Matchmaker Gillian McCallum
CEO Gillian McCallum runs Drawing Down the Moon with steadfast compassion, insight, and integrity.
According to Gillian McCallum, CEO of Drawing Down the Moon… “Men are not coming to us and asking for a much younger model.”
Matchmaker Gillian McCallum discusses the issues surrounding professional relationships with former partners.
Matchmaker Gillian McCallum speaks to the Metro newspaper about the ramifications of financial infidelity.
Gillian McCallum, matchmaker and dating expert spoke to the listeners of BBC Radio Derby. Who should pay on a First Date?
Drawing Down the Moon is featured in the new dating magazine “Dating”
Gillian McCallum, matchmaker and dating expert spoke to the listeners of BBC Radio Derby this morning, about a recent post on Mumsnet.
Gillian McCallum, matchmaker and dating expert speaking to the listeners of BBC Radio Derby about New Years resolutions around dating, and matchmaking.
The Sunday Times
Her advice was stern: do not cancel your plans for him; make flirty statements, do not ask questions; make him come to you.
The Sunday Times
Matchmaker Gillian McCallum warns journalist Emily Hill about the dangers of breadcrumbing…
8 Ways to Have a Better Relationship in 2018
A cigarette and embrace after sex has quickly been replaced with a scroll through social media
Gillian McCallum, CEO of Drawing Down the Moon Matchmaking, speaks to Jenni Murray on Woman’s Hour
New York Times
As a sex therapist, I never imagined I’d spend so much time talking about Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat.
Since 1984, Drawing Down the Moon, a premium matchmaking company, has paired up tens of thousands of thoughtful…
Dating Tips and Advice
Gillian McCallum, CEO of Drawing Down the Moon London Matchmakers reveals …
We talk about the ‘red flags’ of dating – those signs that scream, ‘Walk (OK, run) away’ – but do we spend…
Things You Only Know if You’re a… Matchmaker
At Drawing Down the Moon we’ve got clients from their late twenties to their early seventies…
I’ve always done matchmaking.
When I was a child I’d match dolls, rabbits, kittens.I do date coaching, teach friendly flirting.
The Dating Expert
After 17 years in the dating business I have a few rules about general compatibility. I try and match people’s energy levels.
A journalist is a mans ideal date an analysis of 23,000 “matches” by two dating agencies says men think they are quick thinking, intelligent and care about the human condition.
Professional way to find a partner
Mary Balfour met her husband up a ladder …Despite the chance nature of that meeting and…
Mary Balfour – how does she manage?
It’s about realising the mission of my business, which is to create as many happy endings as possible.
Mary Balfour runs the Drawing Down the Moon and loveandfriends.com introduction agencies. She lives with her…
Hardlife, The Matchmaker
Many incredibly attractive and articulate people living in London and the South-East. Most are graduates and are…
Singled Out for Special Treatment
“Doctors and lawyers never tell anybody they’ve joined,” says Balfour.
How to find your soulmate
Mary Balfour tells Sainsbury’s Magazine how she used to dream about what her ideal job…
The Hill – interviews Mary
Who – in the words The Times Literary Supplement – “could match up an Anais Nin or Spike Milligan without much difficulty”
My Favourite Room
Mary talks to Saga: “I love my kitchen. From a purely practical point of view, it is the room I spend the most time in”
Find a new relationship in the same way you’d look for a new house
According to Mary Balfour, director of Drawing Down…
Moving in the right circles
FEBRUARY: THE MONTH when rose plants treble and Valentine’s day offers many single people little more than …
Knock ‘em dead tips
‘Fabulous underwear and gorgeous shoes for confidence’ & ‘If you feel overwhelmed, practice makes perfect’