Preview: Jack Foley
HAVING enthralled their fans with the Anonymous night earlier
this year (pictured above), CAKE London will be inviting women
to discover the exotic pleasure and spice of CAKE at the Delight
night, on Wednesday, June 11, from 8pm to 2am.
Taking place at Sahara Nights, at 257 Pentonville Road, Kings
Cross, the night promises to offer guests the chance to shake
their stuff, learn how to belly dance and party til dawn
surrounded by sugar and spice, shimmering silks and the special
blend of exotic CAKE entertainment.
Treats in store include exotic performers, sexy boy/girl CAKE
lap and belly dancers, invigorating female DJs (the Hey Pussy
Collective), love your body-painting, and indulgent goodies and
special CAKE giveaways.
The dress code is simple - silks, satins, jewels, glitter and
sparkle, funky belts, turbans, robes and lingerie for the women,
while men (and yes, they're invited this time, albeit with a companion)
should get 'decked', inspired, and prepared to present themselves
as sexual beings for women's enjoyment.
According to the CAKE invitation: "We are placing the onus
of responsibility on YOU to turn us on in a space where women
are in charge and free to let their sexy-ness flow."
The rules are simple; anyone interested in attending must RSVP
to attend on www.cakelondon.com
and all men must be accompanied by at least one female guest
The evening is FREE to women with the CAKE.CARD, £10 for
women (non-members), and £15 for men.
IndieLondon will, no doubt, be delivering its verdict after the
party has ended!!!
CLUB.CAKE events are based in NYC and London and are dedicated
to promoting female sexual culture by providing a radically different
clubbing format that is female-focused. CAKE creates a space where
women (and their male partners) can express and experience sexy
themed entertainment in a fun and safe environment.
CAKE levels the playing field, as men are only permitted entry
if accompanied by a woman, thereby creating a space where women
are in charge. It is time to break down taboos by demystifying
21st Century womens sexual culture in the UK and bringing
it into the open by breaking the traditional barriers of female
The creation of CLUB.CAKE is in constant evolution, one that
is influenced by the reactions of thousands of CAKE members -
and we are listening. There is no guide, no right, no wrong -
and in the end it is all about 'making it happen'.