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Candy Girls in Sunbury.  This is more a meeting people place, be it socially or maybe for close encounters ;) Its a discreet club on an industrial estate off of the A308.  I've visited three times now with various friends and have so far liked it, the organiser Jenny has made a big effort to create an ambiance that is both stylish and also a little bit spicy.   Its a venue where you will find admirers, but they are OK and don't harass or try it on, so for me, I felt very comfortable and had three very nice social evenings there.
I will definitely visit again, but as is always the case with these clubs, use it or loose it!
Check the website for dates as its not every weekend and sometimes they do midweek.

Way Out Club .  I enjoy my visits to the Way Out Club, it has that old fashioned 1970s disco feel about it, its always lively, the dance floor is usually very busy after 11:30pm and it just has a happy party feel about the place.  The music is very much easy on the ear and if you get tired of the music, you can pop round to the quiet area by the cloak room.  Usually the venue is a mixture of Tgirls  real girl ( I think such is the standard here) and admirers, you will see some of the most beautiful Thai TS's and sometimes the Latin girls are there, plus of course some of the most beautiful UK TS's.  All in all a fabulous party night.
Way Out Club is every Saturday from around 9:00pm, but do check their web site and they do change locations.

The Edge.  The Edge bar can be found on the corner of Soho Square.  I really like this bar, it has four or more floors, with the top floor being the dance area (Small) The bars on each floor are all a little different in style, not big, but very chic.  The ground floor bar is my least favorite as its usually busy with people coming and going and crowded, but the place is so vibrant and a good mix of people, from Straight, Gay , Les TG, it makes no difference in this bar, nobody really cares. During the summer you can sit outside and watch the comings and goings and Soho Square is always busy, so people watching is great here.............although for us Tgirls..........often we are most watched :)  The only complaint I have with this bar, is that sometimes they have private functions and the top bars will be off limit, damned annoying, but its not often.

Soho in General.  Soho is one of my favorite areas, I've had dinner at Zillis, enjoyed Jazz in the Colonial club and enjoyed cocktails in Club 49 Greek Street, had drinkies in the Admiral Duncan and been ferried from Soho to Covent Garden and back in Rickshaws.......been to the Theatre and had coffee in one of the many cafes........its a wonderful area and one to experience and enjoy............I highly recommend Soho...............couldn't you tell :)


Beach Blanket Babylon.  A fabulous restaurant in Shoreditch. I have to say...........I love this place, its lively is vibrant and it has such pzazz :) The main dining area is just alive with people, in the middle of the dining area is a fabulous cocktail bar, where you can sit and enjoy a cocktail before or after eating.  The food is very very good and the staff both pretty and handsome and attentive.  Down stairs is a fantastic cocktail lounge, so after dinner just wander down and enjoy a drink in this lively bar, its a place to dress up in all your refinery too :) really must go there :)) You wont be disappointed .

Bistrotheque.  Another restaurant in Shoreditch, not quite as good as the Beach Blanket Babylon, but still well worth a visit.  The food is good and its a busy lively establishment.  They have a bar and a cabaret on the ground floor and the restaurant in upstairs.  I've been there four times now and enjoyed it on each occasion, but it doesn't come close to the BBB experience.

The Verge Bar.  Brick Lane East London off of Bethnal Green Road. Nothing really exciting to say about this bar, its friendly, its handy too if you fancy a stroll up to Brick Lane.  Its a very lively bar and close to both Bistrotheque and BBB so........for a bit of adventure....why not. Its supposed to be a cocktail lounge, but it doesn't really have the chic of what I call a cocktail lounge......but despite all that, its good for a start of evening or before going on to the Way Out Club, myself and friend Denise got  quite tipsy in here :)

LMNT.  A very very nice restaurant off of Queensbridge Road, Hackney.  I've been eating at LMNT for years.  The food is good, its cosy and its eccentric! The ambiance is very seductive and I've always enjoyed a start of evening dinner here.  The staff are lovely and very attentive.  I guess the minus to this restaurant is, its a bit out of the way and car parking can sometimes be awkward.  If you can, go there by taxi.

Sarastro Restaurant.  Situated in Covent Garden, a most eccentric restaurant.  Cant say the food is great here, but OK, its more a place for ambiance and its crazy decor.  The place gets very very busy as its right on the door step to theater land.  If there are a group of you, you must try and get one of the top seating cubicles, you can sit up there all grandiose and watch all the comings and goings.  I hope you like opera music too, as they usually have it playing in the background.  A fab night out can be had at Sarastro...........but it can be squashed, they do pack them in.

Hotel Chamberlain. Restaurant and bar.  This is such a nice hotel, lovely decor and nice staff.  Even if I'm not staying here, I pop in for a drink, bar food or use the restaurant before going on to other places.  Its great for the Way Out Club as its right around the corner.  The food is good and they have a good selection of wines :)  A great place to start the night.

London Fetish venues


Club Rub. When I first went to this club, it was at the Dukes bar in Houndsditch, it then moved to a a very atmospheric place in the Barbican.  I went to both of these venue locations and liked both place, so I'm sure the new location will be just as good and the club looks to be very close to a hotel too, which is very very handy.
The general club ambiance at Rub is very friendly and easy going.  At Dukes the dance floor used to be packed and heaving, but at the Barbican it was a little subdued, so I'll be keen to see what the new venue offers.  As is typical with these venues, there are various play areas and often you will see some of the most beautiful Mistresses dishing out various punishments or humiliations to their often grateful subbies :) you get Masters too, it all makes for an interesting time, plus look out for their various themes, its not all about wearing any old rubber/pvc outfit.

Club SubversionThis club is at the Hub Club close to the Aldegate.  Its very close to the Way Out Club easy walking distance, so easy to do two places on the same night.  Its a good venue and one I've been to a number of times.  The ground floor  is the main dance area and there are another two floors, sometime the middle floor has various kit for the Mistresses and Masters to ply their evilness and sometimes they move it to the top floor.  Well worth a visit.

ClubAntiChrist.  For me, this is the best Fetish/Goth venue in town, the venue is big and has a lot of stage shows, bands and all sorts of weirdness going really is a quality place.
The venue is located at Nine Elms at the Colosseum Club.  It has a number of rooms, chill out to hard core industrial metal to dance and a classical music you might find a number of Mistresses causing much pain to their poor little subbies :) A truly wonderful venue and the outfits on show are just amazing..........and the side shows are just breath taking.



I've had some really nice nights out in Brighton, both in Kemp Town and also the main Town.  Its definitely nice to be there when its a nice summer/spring evening, with a light breeze, not to clever when its freezing and when its very windy :) just my opinion, but the weather can make a difference down here on the South Coast.
In the Kemp Town area there are lots of bars, bistros and restaurants, also three of Brighton's very large gay bars, the Amsterdam , Legends and the Charles Street Bar.  A nice bar and also hotel, so its right in the thick of Kemp Town and close to where its all happening.  Legends is a bit more funky than the Amsterdam, a fabulous bar and down stairs a super disco, good music and very lively, well worth a visit.  A fabulous bar, with a young mixed crowd, sometimes there's a disco upstairs, but you need to check.  This used to be the home of Transdivas, but sadly due to lack of support it didn't take off. A good night out can be had at Revenge, its young its lively and the music is of a goof variety with two music floors appealing to different tastes.  Could do with a makeover, but if your out to dance and wave your arms about, then what does it matter.  I can honestly say, I've had a number of very late nights here, and sadly the makeup didn't do to well after 3 hours of non stop dancing. :) Lol.........but it was dark when I left and everyone was too drunk to notice me :) This is a great link for all the places to go, bars, restaurant, clubs and a lot more.  I've been to most of the pubs in and around James St and they are all safe and easy going, they've seen it all before and everyone is so relaxed about Tgirls, so..........pop down to the South Coast and enjoy a weekend by the seaside.
Hotels of choice for me, if you can get booked in are either the
or the
Both very good B&Bs, ideal for Kemp Town and good quality.


Little old me standing outside the Cavalaire B&B, I highly recommend it here, very clean, nice decor and such lovely owners, they really made me feel at home.



Thank mainly to a friend called Stephie, that introduced me to a couple of very good venues indeed.  I was recently visiting the area and Stephie sent me a text a suggested i join her to do a quick review of two of Southampton's best venues.
The London, not to be confused with our wonderful capital City, but the London Hotel in Southampton, locally known as The London.  Its just a short walk from a nearby car park on Bernard St.  Once inside the bar, its alive and buzzing, its good decor and still maintains character.  They do a cabaret, which isn't my cup of tea, especially as its usually Drag acts, on Saturday nights they have a DJ to get you in to the mood before going of to the Southampton Edge or where ever it is your off to.

The Edge,  When Stephie said to me, OK, lets go to the Edge, I thought, wow!! isn't that a long drive to Soho in London..........but no....Southampton has its own Edge night club and I have to say, its really really good in there.  Its recently refurbished and downstairs has such a cool light show.  It has a down stairs bar and Dance area (very small) and watch your feet with the raised dance floor, you cant really miss it with all the under floor light display :) .  Upstairs presents you with a fab cocktail lounge, this is my kinda place, its really chic, and you can have a good natter and people watch.  Next door to the cocktail lounge is another dance area, more your dance pop than the hardcore from down stairs. It also has an outside seating area great for the summer months...............and of course you naughty smokers :)

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