What a cool night out!!
I don’t know about you, but I am a sucker for 90s rock. And even if you are not, at Thirst there is something for everyone!
Their intro is: Flirt outrageously! Dance like everyone is watching! Love like you want to be hurt! …and I guess that’s what we did 🙂
Starting with ‘I love the venue’.
You might be familiar with Electrowerkz, as it’s also home for Rumpus and I have talked about it in the past (some Rumpus reviews here and here). The party takes place in the Courtyard Bar and Cake Room, which is my favourite area! It’s the large middle area when you walk in, and it’s well connected to the rest of the venue. It has a long bar that serves drinks and hot food for those who fancy a snack. There is a seating area for those who fancy catching up with (old and new) friends. The dancefloor is in the Cake Room where there is a small stage for performers and artists; and there is also a cloakroom nearby to leave your things.
Next: Thirst Friday is for everyone!
The event is run by two female and a male organisers, which I think it makes for a fantastically balanced party. Thirst is very kink/LGBTQ+/mono/poly, and queer friendly. I found it to be one of the friendliest events I have ever been, something between a social and a party! There are also activities to help you mingle, including a live chat roulette, comedy cabaret, DJ, and more. Music ranged from 80s and Old School classics, to the latest beats; so that was great for me 🙂
It’s a super easy night out.
Starting with the timing, the party starts at 8.30pm and ends at 2.00am, and it really gets going around 9.30/10pm. This makes it very easy if you fancy a drink but don’t want to stay up late if you have plans on Saturday morning. Next, it also has the easiest dress code ever, which makes it super accessible! You can wear whatever you like, from street wear to fetish wear. No nudity thou.
In short? This is a great event if you fancy making friends and meeting people in a relaxed and fun environment. The organisers are absolutely lovely and often wear a lanyard so you can simply reach out to them for a chat. I hope to see you there at the next one! 🙂 take care and keep it kinky.
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