At its Christmas fetish party on December 14th, Scarlet will be hosting a charity auction, the proceeds of which will be donated to the National AIDS Trust. This will be a great opportunity to buy some cool stocking fillers for loved ones and also help a good cause.
We have had an excellent response of donations from companies across the country and a full list of prizes lined up so far is below.
So get your festive cheer and cheque books at the ready and visit Scarlet on Friday 14th December, 9 pm till 4 am, at DV8, 16 Lower Essex St Birmingham.
Tickets are £10 on the door. In addition there’ll be the usual playroom, dance and performance area and drinks promotions. What better way to start the festive season?
For more info go to www.scarletpromotions.co.uk
Prizes include a night at Ess and Emm’s luxury dungeon in the heart of Warwickshire, tickets to Torture Gardens NYE bash, an outfit from House of Harlot, a canes and cuff set from Top to Bottom, pro dom sessions from Mistresses Julie and Sonya, subscription to Skin Two magazine, signed print from John Dietrich, professional photo/video shoots from Richard Battye and Topcat Studios, clothing from Psyclone and Jed Phoenix, goodie bags from Pamela’s Playroom and BizzR, £25 gift voucher from JDL Leather, etc., etc
Scarlet is a fun, friendly fetish event that runs every second Friday of the month at Club DV8 in Birmingham. We welcome everyone from the curious and new people to seasoned players and aim to provide as visually and musically interesting a night as possible. We have a large dance room playing a variety of music, a fully furnished play area supervised by our resident Mistress, fashion shows, performance artists and demonstrations. Scarlet’s website is www.scarletpromotions.co.uk
The National AIDS Trust is the UK’s leading independent policy and campaigning voice on HIV and AIDS. A registered charity, they develop policies and campaign to halt the spread of HIV, and improve the quality of life and attitude towards people affected by HIV and AIDS, both in the UK and internationally. For more information go to www.nat.org.uk