And what Edinburgh singles can learn from their city is that change is possible while staying true to yourself.
At the beginning of 1984 Kershaw released his breakthrough song "Wouldn't It Be Good", which reached No.
4 in the UK, and was a big success in Europe, particularly in Ireland, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and Scandinavia, and also in Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The album also spawned two more UK Top 10 hits, "Wide Boy" and "Don Quixote", as it went multi-platinum.
Edinburgh is a prosperous city with a higher proportion of well-educated, high-earning professional singles than anywhere else in Scotland.
Approximately one quarter of Edinburgh’s population live in single-adult households, and there is a relatively low proportion of single parents in the city.
The good news is that the number of women and men looking to find love in Edinburgh is roughly equal.
However, because of long hours at work and the pressures of commuting, Edinburgh singles can have it tough when it comes to dating.
Have you ever yearned for space and light in which to flourish and prosper?
Then the Old Town of Edinburgh knows just how you feel.
We’ve come to the end of this Sikh-Punjabi weddings series with the final part – the Anand Karaj.