The first 2017 Rubber Cult gathering takes place on Saturday February 4 at new regular venue The Alice, on Houndsditch in the City of London.
Other live entertainment on offer includes Mad Alan posing for the night’s life-drawing session; a side show by Heavy Metal Pete; and two rubbery cabaret shows from Apple Tart — as Charlie Chaplin and Queen of the Stone Age.
This first 2017 Rubber Cult will also feature an exhibition of self-portraits by Beverly Carmichael, and a fully equipped dungeon with vacbed, inflatable sleepsack and vaccube plus a new addition in the form of an inflatable bodybag from Regulation London.
There’ll be a prize for the best-dressed rubberist, donated by Fetish Alternative Boutique (FAB).
Free latex polishing will be provided courtesy of BeGloss, the new German rubber shine and care brand
Try it for yourself at RubberCult and you may well find yourself joining the ranks of converts who not only rave about the BeGloss range’s shine qualities but also get why it’s worth spending spending £20 on the company’s Perfect Shine Polish Wipe cloth, with its unique double-layered microfibre construction!
The first 2017 Rubber Cult is on February 4 between 8pm and 2am at The Alice, 133 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7BX.
Advance tickets at £27 are available online from Fatsoma (below) and from London stores Atsuko Kudo, Breathless and Liberation. Tickets on the door cost £30.
Published January 26, 2017
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