Head down to the idyllic surrounds of Stammer House, just north of Brighton, this summer and you might find something rather risqué and seductively suggestive going on: The Secret Burlesque Society.
In these newly enlightened times, burlesque is proving to be the entertainment of choice for the open-minded among us – those in search of thrills, spills and the opportunity to indulge in those unexplored fantasies within a fun, safe environment.
The Secret Burlesque Society is just the ticket; a perfectly naughty night out for one and all, with this inclusive event open to men, women and those from the LGBT community.
Set inside this stunning 18th century Georgian Manor House, the Secret Burlesque Society is offering up a veritable feast of sex on legs from the very start, with scantily-clad performers on hand to dazzle and entertain before you even enter the venue.
From minute one, a collection of eye-catching routines will play out, including the steamiest fire-breathing performance you are ever likely to see.
The action then moves inside for a banquet fusing food and sex to perfection with a selection of delicious dishes on offer and presented for perusal on a collection of naked male and female bodies.
Served alongside another burlesque routine, the action then moves on to three smaller, more intimate performance routines; an aerial act, a bath tub performance and, perhaps most intriguingly of all, a spanking room.
The night then concludes with a midnight DJ set for one and all. Where things goes from there, is entirely up to you.
“We’re encouraging guests to dare to follow, dare to let themselves go, dare to take risks and truly indulge in all we have to offer,” the organisers say.
The first meeting of the Secret Burlesque Society is set of June 3 – the only question left is, do you dare?
For more information, visit the Secret Burlesque Society website.
Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.