Reive Doig (reive_d) wrote,
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Vancouver Dungeon Saturday Sept. 2

Well, it may be known as the Labour Day long weekend to most of the country, but here at BIO it's the Labour of Lust Long Weekend. We've got back to back kinky events for you on Saturday September 2 and Sunday September 3, and if you're in town your going to want to hit at least one of them.

First up on Saturday it's our Vancouver Dungeon Play Party, this month being guest hosted by that master of exquisite rope bondage Tristan. Serious players means serious fun.

Then on Sunday September 3 we're hosting Cirque de Sade at The Penthouse Nightclub. Doors open at 8pm because we know you'll want to make the most of your long weekend lust! If you weren't here in August you won't want to miss September - come see why Cirque de Sade is being called
Vancouver's most intimate fetish night!

Details follow in brief - read under the cuts for details on how to attend Vancouver Dungeon and for Cirque de Sade dress code requirements. 

Vancouver Dungeon Play Party
Saturday September 2
with Caning workshop presented by Scott aka Stigmata
The Carpenter’s Hall
726 12th Street, New Westminster
Doors 7:30pm
Workshop 8pm-9:30pm
Play Party 9:30pm-1am
Cost: $15
Ages 18+ with ID
www.VancouverDungeon.com

Please remember that if you are going to attend, you must email us at BIO@vancouverdungeon.com with “Confirmed” in the subject line before 2pm on the day of the party. Please include your name (a pseudonym is acceptable) and the names of any guests in the body of the email. If you have a common name (Christine, Peter, Paul, etc.) please also include a last initial or name to avoid confusion at the door.

If you need to confirm after 2pm on the day of the party, or if you do not have email access, you may call 604-454-1000 and leave a message with all the names you would like included on the guest list.

This Vancouver Dungeon play party takes place at our regular venue, Carpenter’s Hall in New Westminster. This heritage hall features tiered levels for a great view of BDSM play with over a dozen playstations to choose from.

The top two tiers are devoted to candlelit social area, vendors space, and a snack bar providing non-alcoholic refreshments and light snacks.

Vancouver Dungeon parties also feature a “Red Light Room”. This cozy sex-positive space features several beds with plenty of clean sheets on hand and all the safer sex supplies you’ll need for some naughty fun.

This month’s party opens with with a workshop on Caning presented by Scott aka Stigmata. The workshop will cover safety considerations, basic and intermediate caning and cropping techniques, and what you need to know when picking a cane to play with. Scott has had  a small love affair with canes for over two decades, and presented on the topic at The Conference of Kink as part of the percussion play workshop.

If this is your first time at a play party, please visit BIO's Frequently Asked Questions page at
www.vancouverdungeon.com/biofaq.htm

You can email BIO@vancouverdungeon.com with any questions you may have regarding the party and our other events.


Cirque de Sade
Fetish Night
Sunday September 3
9pm-late
Penthouse Nightclub
1019 Seymour
Cost: $15 / $12 with a pass
Ages 19+ with ID 

Strict Dress Code in Effect!
Dress up or dress down, depending on your perspective, but be aware that fetish, fantasy or formal attire is required for admission. Leather, Rubber, PVC, Lingerie, Corsets, Fishnets, Cabaret, Uniforms, Period Costumes, School-theme, Religious-theme, Cross Dressing, Gender-Bending, etc.
No casual or street wear of any kind permitted.
Absolutely no jeans, t-shirts or track suits.
                               
Passes available at various locations around town, including: Adrenalline, Hypatia Shoes, Love's Touch, Next, The PumpJack, Priape, Ultralove, Womyns'Ware and more...

To learn more visit www.CirquedeSade.org
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