Torture Garden Los Angeles

September 14, 2019

9:30 pm - 3 am

The largest international fetish club from London is coming to the City of Angels for the first time in 17 years on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019, at the Globe Theatre.

Event producers Faustian Society have assembled a premiere group of decadent and provocative performers. This incredibly unique evening will feature international DJs, latex fashion shows, BDSM play space, plus burlesque, drag, aerial, and kink performances with talent from London, New York, Spain, Australia, and, of course, Los Angeles.

“The high aesthetic of Torture Garden London has impressed crowds since the mid ‘90’s and I was fortunate to perform and be part of their international growth. Living in LA for over a decade, we hope to help further build the community and be a long term presence,” noted Paul Faust, co-founder of The Faustian Society.

Since 1990, Torture Garden has staged 520 events in 37 cities around the world attracting 1000+ people per event. TG built a reputation for professional production, spectacular performances, theatricality, themed parties, diverse music, and striking visuals. Torture Garden provides something for everybody from any age group, sexual orientation, and gender. TG creates an environment that accepts and encourages individualism, diversity, and free self-expression.

The inimitable co-founder and Torture Garden legend, David Wood, will DJ, at possibly his last performance. Amanda Lepore will host the event with performances from aerialist Katrina Lilwall from London, performance artist Cynth Icorn (UK), performance artist Mako (Spain), performer Ridge Gallagher (LA), performance artist Maegan Machine (AZ), suspension artists Embrace Chaos (LA), fashion shows from Torture Garden Latex, Vex Clothing, Bizarre Fetish Couture, and Blacklickorish, and Mistress Cyan of Sanctuary Studios hosts the BDSM play space.


Event Location

Globe Theatre Los Angeles, South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Event Fees

$55 general admission, $85 VIP, and table service options available




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