From Shakespeare to Haddaway, poets, artists and musicians have long been asking themselves the very same question.
Fresh from her appearance on BBC's Planet Sex with Cara Delevingne - evolutionary anthropologist Dr Anna Machin may have an answer. On a whistle-stop tour from neurochemicals to genes, Anna will explore the factors that impact how we behave and how we feel when we are in love - even offering a glimpse into the role of technology in our relationship with one of our most powerful emotions.
Includes Q&A and book signing.
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Dr Anna Machin is an evolutionary anthropologist, writer and broadcaster. She is world renowned for her research into the science of human love and writes regularly for the Guardian, The Observer, The New York Times and New Scientist. She appears regularly on both national and international television.