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GO Erotic in London

Adult Entertainment in Greater London Adult fun takes on an altogether classier guise with the choices of venues available in London, so leave the sleaze behind and head to a discreet and modern venue.

Soho is the undisputed adult capital of the UK and if you’re looking for bookshops, lap dancing clubs and alternative bars, you’ll find all your heart desires here.

If you fancy a night of pure indulgence head to Stringfellows [map] , Upper Saint Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden. The world-famous club has a reputation for offering a top night out and a genial host – Peter Stringfellow – who can often be seen mingling with celebrity guests.

With more than 100 girls to choose from For Your Eyes Only [map] is the premier hangout for erotic dancing in North West London. The Park Royal venue, NW10, also boasts a bar and a VIP area. The refurbishment of the club means that girls now have extended stages and podiums from which to entertain audiences every night from 8.30pm.

If you’d like to provide some home entertainment for your partner then head to the London School of Striptease [map] . Classes cover beginner’s pole dancing moves and those who know a little more about the fine art in three-hour sessions.

There are also pole-dancing classes at the Basement Dance Studio [map], North London. Here you could gain the skills to recreate the lap dance experience in your own home (or someone else’s if you so desire). The classes are open to anyone who’s willing to put in the muscle clenching, sweat inducing work.

Women wanting to spice up their wardrobe can visit Sh!! in Islington. This sex shop should stock whatever you want to at least make a start on fulfilling your fantasies. Men are only allowed in when accompanied by a woman so you should be able to relax, take your time and get everything you need with discretion.

Head to one of the capital’s oldest established gentlemen’s clubs, Browns located in East London. Although you don’t need to pay to get in, you will need to dress to fit in with the City suits that frequent the venue.

With multiple floors of non-stop striping and table-dancing you should find Metropolis [map] a stimulating experience. But all this action doesn’t come cheap as you will need to pay to get in and then pay again to get to other floors. The luxury lady lounge also has a VIP area for high rolling titillation seekers.

See a different kind of royalty in South West London at the alternative Windsor Castle [map], Harrow Road, Westbourne Park, SW1. This topless club has lots of attractive staff who are all trained dancers. There’s a stage for real show-offs and a full restaurant and bar for a unique dining experience.

The respectable side of erotica is alive and gyrating in West London with the many lap and table dancing clubs on offer. If you fancy visiting one of the biggest and best clubs in the area head to Secrets [map], Glenthorne Road, Hammersmith, W6. Secrets has a reputation for quality and this flagship club leads the way that the other four in London follow. All the staff here are very professional and discreet and dancers are very attractive.

One club that has built up a big celebrity following is Spearmint Rhino [map], Tottenham Court Road, W1. The American super-club continues to build up a strong reputation and this is particularly attributed to the fact that it has a license for fully nude dancers. Like Stringfellows, this place is popular with both male and female guests who are keen to soak up the fun “anything goes” atmosphere.

You’d be surprised at how many top London actresses of yesteryear began their careers at The Windmill [map], Great Windmill Street, W1, which has been around for years although has enjoyed a number of big revamps. There’s still the nude revue and novelty of more than 60 girls dancing simultaneously and constantly but many people now visit for an unusual dining experience and a large slice of nostalgia.

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