Sydney Hellfire Club We'll Never Be Royals

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Sydney Hellfire Club We'll Never Be Royals
Whether you’re fabulously in theme or fabulous in your favourite fetish fashions, we want you to be the wildest you can be. We may never be royals, but we sure can be Queen or King Bee of our wonderful little world of weird. Kings, Queens and all who surround them, plus all the possible tangents you can imagine, will be rewarded with both prizes and the admiration of your fellow partygoers. Disney Princesses? You bet! Game of Thrones? Totally encouraged. A bazillion kinds of Cosplay? Of course! Ironfest outfits can get a rerun, LARPers will really feel at home and people that just want an excuse to pop on a tiara will have an absolute ball.

In the DJ Box we will have sets from DJ Sveta, Estée Louder and Adam Grace, while on stage we welcome Sophie Cook aka Legs 11.11 at 11:30pm, then after 12:30, a different kind of royalty graces us with her presence in the form of Empress Eyrie for her Hellfire debut.

Sophie Cook is a Gemini, Monkey, vegetarian, wacky yummy mummy, actress and Mistress of Ceremonies extraordinaire. Her alter ego Legs 11.11 however, is completely bonkers. Legs 11.11 will bring her raucous sense of humour, erotica, euphoria and royal-badass to Hellfire in May, not to mention two ultra-saucy Beefeaters. Highly strung and highly addictive, your Queen of Fanny Farts will strut around as if she owns the joint, be rogered sideways by her Beefies, only to get taken down by the lower classes.

And after midnight ... tremble and obey before Empress Eyrie: The Goddess of Badass, the Sappho Siren. She may be an Empress but she is far from demure! After placing second in Burlesque Idol Canberra and flying over to Adelaide fringe festival, Empress Eyrie is bringing her favourite act to Hellfire. Having been described as a stunning mix of creepy and sexy, Empress Eyrie's - Falcon is coming to take you to another kingdom filled with darkness and desire.

The Sydney Hellfire Club is Australia's longest running fetish club night, first opening our doors in 1993. Each month sexy shows, deviant DJs, dirty dancing and public play combine with the biggest, friendliest, most diverse crowd of fetish fans of any event in Australia.

There's nowhere like Sydney Hellfire Club which is why it's still going strong after 26 years. Because our parties are exclusively inclusive. As long as you’ve made an effort to be there, and bring a tolerant attitude to match, you’re welcome to join all the deliciously diverse deviants from all walks of life who are united in their desire to walk on the wild side! We welcome all ages, all shapes, all sizes, all sexualities, all points on the gender scale - there is nowhere more diverse, more accepting, more embracing and more welcoming.

Each month we showcase the sexiest, most twisted artistes in sensuous shows that explore the erotic, the exotic and the taboo.

We always have a full deck of deviant DJs to amaze, astound and arouse you and keep you hot and sweaty til home time.

The dress code might be kinky but the crowd is always friendly and it’s a respectful girl & transgender friendly environment.

We'd love you to join us on the fourth Friday of every month.

Details

Venue:
Universal
85-91 Oxford Street, Sydney

Cost:
$30 entry

Bookings:
Not required.

Dress Code:
NO EFFORT, NO ENTRY! We like formal, fancy dress, leather, latex, PVC, cross-dressing, burlesque, punk, uniforms, goth, industrial, cyber and crazy home-made creations.

Rules:
Check out the Sydney Hellfire page on Facebook for more information.

Our venue insist that you MUST BRING VALID PHOTO ID. YOU WILL NOT GET IN WITHOUT IT.

Hellfire is a fetish night club in a licensed venue. In NSW this means that there is no sex on premises and you MUST keep your genitals covered. It is only suitable for those with a genuine interest in kink or fetish, not those simply looking for sex.

Email: [email protected]

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