RTÉ Wants Applicants For A New Series Televising A Pre-Marriage Course

Know any couples who'd be perfect for this?

Marriage Counselling

RTÉ are currently looking for couples to participate in their new show charting the progress of people in a pre-marriage course.

Then Comes Marriage offers couples of all types, including divorced or widowed people, to avail of a relationship course similar to those taken by those who are about to be married.

Each episode will feature three couples, who will be sent on a luxury retreat for three days to participate in a course overseen by psychologist Allison Keating and relationship expert Dr Ray O’Neill.

A pilot for the show was shot two years ago, here's a clip to give you a taste of what to expect.

There will be six episodes in the series, so 18 couples are required. 

If you'd like to apply for Then Comes Marriage, you can find an application at www.rte.ie/audiences or email its producers at thencomesmarriage@indiepics.ie.

H/T TheJournal.ie.

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