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The Vintage Guide To London | October 17, 2017

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Vintage Valentine's: kinky poetry readings and burlesque at Aphrodisiac Salon D'Amour

Dear husbands, boyfriends and lovers. Do you get sweaty palmed and faint with the responsibility of Valentine’s revelry? Well then we might be able to relieve your burden and make ‘dinner and a movie’ a thing of the dreary past.

Offering a red hot bill of dazzling burlesque starlets and saucy new poets, Aphrodisiac Salon D’Amour could be your perfect evening out on 14 February. With its rousing mix of salacious verse and cockle warming striptease, served up with a generous menu of lusty gastronomy its set to be quite a night.

During the evening there will be readings of the blackened wit of Mark Waldron, the heady romance of Amy Key, the pert lyricism of Julia Bird, and the dizzying imagination of Wayne Holloway-Smith. You’ll encounter an ass-slapping General, a lovestruck Dougal and his unbeknowing dame Florence and a Human Breakfast Platter amongst the debauched confessions and eccentric fantasies of these literary amabassadors.

Of course there will also be dancing to invoke the muse: The vivacious Tallulah Tempest and the sultry Emerald Fontaine bring you a rousing celebration of the female form, perfect for a little Valentine’s inspiration.

The carefully selected seasonal menu is bursting with virility, featuring both classic aphrodisiac cuisine and some more unusual shapes. Each platter is served to share and you are encouraged to tuck
in and get your fingers dirty as well as your intentions.

Aphrodisiac Salon D’Amour
14 February
starts: 19:30

The Fox Public House
Nearest Tube: Old Street

Tickets £35, to book email alice@hollowaysmithnoir.com