If you are looking for an alternative club
where creative approach to fetish fashion
dominates BDSM play,
Festival Of Sins is the place to go.
Thanks to their dedicated work and enthusiasm
over last few years
they became so spectacular phenomenon
they even intrigued one of the famous “vanilla” magazines.
Worth checking out:
Festival of Sins, London’s Time Out ‘Critics’ Choice’ and Bizarre Magazine featured bi-monthly alternative fetish experience that celebrates each of the seven deadly sins, is fast gaining cult status amongst the alternative scene and its four hundred plus attendees – or, as they are more commonly referred, ‘Sinners’.
From its home at Camden’s Purple Turtle, Festival of Sins sports a unique combination of new and established alternative and fetish fashion designers from across Europe; twisted and experimental art installations; cabaret and dark burlesque; electro, alternative-pop and nu rock bands; fireplay and fetish demonstrations alongside stalls trading in the unique and unusual.
The Festival of Sins experience is further enhanced with music from some of the alternative scene’s best know DJ’s and masterfully compèred by the extravagant tranny Mister J, renown presenter of the Manchester alternative cabaret scene, from the moment doors open at 8pm until close at 3am.
Festival of Sins consistently provides unique and exclusive shows. For example, the debut fashion shows of now leading fetish designers, Lacing Lilith, Lady Lucie and Am Statik! When Festival of Sins moves to its new venue, there will be one fashion show at each event that will be curatted by TheFetishistas – who will carefully select a renownd designer to bring a new and exclusive show to London. There will be multiple rooms, and a cornucopia of sensory debauched and hedonistic experiences in the new venue!