Torture Garden 2017 dates have been announced as the club prepares for its final 2016 event, the traditional Not New Year’s Eve party at Ministry of Sound on Friday December 30.
With five themed rooms at Ministry, TG’s ironic take on welcoming the New Year will feature a latex fashion show by Am Statik (see main banner above) plus performances by MisSa Blue, Marnie Scarlet, Ray Noir (live PA), Snake Fervor, Aurora Galore, Bambi Blue, Cheryl Teagann, Kimatica, and Amrita & Sabina.
The Not NYE party is as usual the second of TG’s December parties, following its Winter Wonderland Xmas Ball on December 10.
When that event was scheduled, it was expected to be the last TG at The Coronet before the venue closed for redevelopment.
But in September the theatre received a 12-month reprieve, meaning that Torture Garden’s Winter Ball in December 2017 is now scheduled to be the last TG event held there.
The first Torture Garden 2017 party will be one of its biggest events of the year: the Valentines Ball. At The Coronet on February 11, its nine themed rooms will host a “massive” line-up to be announced soon. It is expected to sell out well in advance.
The remaining Torture Garden 2017 dates in London are as follows:
March 24: March Ball at Electrowerkz
April 22: 2017 Birthday Ball at The Coronet
May 19: May Ball at Electrowerkz
June 16 or 17 (tbc): June Ball at Fire
July 7: July Ball at Electrowerkz
August 4 or 5 (tbc): August Ball at Fire
September 1: September Ball at Electrowerkz
September 29 or 30 (tbc): London Fetish Ball
October 28: Halloween Ball 1 at The Coronet
November 4: Halloween Ball 2 at The Coronet
December 9: Xmas Ball & Last Event at the Coronet
December 30: NOT NYE Ball
Torture Garden 2017 Edinburgh parties will take place on February 25, June 3 and November 18.
TG international dates in 2017 so far include Rome on May 27, and there’ll be a Torture Garden 2017 visit to Japan sometime between March and June.
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