Striptease

An evening of drinking, dining and entertainment in The City doesn’t get much better than that. Of course, you’re not done until you have spent the ultimate time with me…Secret Lounge.Club

With a city like London, the one and only drawback to a night out is choosing between the vast numbers of pubs, bars, clubs and entertainment venues in which to spend your night. Even the longest pub-crawl in the world would still not allow you to visit more than a tiny fraction of the establishments before your liver gave in. But if you’re looking for drink, music, and private entertainments why not narrow your search to the SLC

Whatever you desire, the various strip clubs of London are sure to have the girls and the ambience for you. However, if you don’t like the ‘no touching rule’, you can always visit SLC which combine ‘all the world rule’ start with novice to experienced. And it’s private tryst.

Paramour of memory, ultimate mistress.

Source of all pleasure, my only desire;

Le Balcon (The Balcony) – Charles Baudelaire

Striptease

An evening of drinking, dining and entertainment in The City doesn’t get much better than that. Of course, you’re not done until you have spent the ultimate time with me…Secret Lounge.Club

With a city like London, the one and only drawback to a night out is choosing between the vast numbers of pubs, bars, clubs and entertainment venues in which to spend your night. Even the longest pub-crawl in the world would still not allow you to visit more than a tiny fraction of the establishments before your liver gave in. But if you’re looking for drink, music, and private entertainments why not narrow your search to the SLC

Whatever you desire, the various strip clubs of London are sure to have the girls and the ambience for you. However, if you don’t like the ‘no touching rule’, you can always visit SLC which combine ‘all the world rule’ start with novice to experienced. And it’s private tryst.

Paramour of memory, ultimate mistress.

Source of all pleasure, my only desire;

Le Balcon (The Balcony) – Charles Baudelaire