The Dark Side of Love: Valentine's Masked Ball

Clubs, House, disco and techno
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Masquerade ball mask
Photo: Kerri Lee Smith

Anyone wanting to get soppy with their beloved on Valentine's Day: best avoid this party. It celebrates the darker side of love and the freakier elements of Valentine's Day. As the organisers put it: 'the origins of this holiday of cupids and confectionary are, in fact, shrouded by a dark, macabre history of sacrifice and flagellation.' So if you want a twisted February 14, head to this masked ball and revel in the debauchery. There'll also be DJs soundtracking the freaky fun. Just to clarify: it's not an orgy, okay?


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The most fun you can have in a mask! A riot of costumes, creative entertainment and pulsating dancefloors. Each time I've been, there's been world class cabaret, all kinds of curious installations, a managerie of snakes and lizards to pet and even a little dungeon tucked in a corner where a helpful Christian Grey character will teach you that reality can be so much more alluring than fiction!