The Carne Ball Bizarre is known for merging a number of different dress themes in to a party that could best be described as “ on Saturday nights.Fetish-wear, nurse uniforms, bondage gear, TV celebrity fantasies… Carne Ball lasts long in to the morning, before the afterhour ‘Piep Show’ takes over on Sunday.The club is equipped with condoms, lubricants and sex toys in addition to the whips, ropes and swings available in their BDSM areas.Club Culture has become known as somewhat of a paradise for Berlin swingers.The typical clientele is a mix of straight and gay dance music fans, across all the ages; but mostly under 40.Many young tourists come here to sample one of Berlin’s most infamous institutions.
This is when Kit Kat Club teams up with various scene activists to promote unique gatherings. There’s no special dress code here, just a selection of deep house, techno and electro music. Kit Kat Club is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can check their calendar of upcoming events to stay on top of what’s hot at Kitty. The club is known for its strict dress code policy, although some events are more lenient.Background music is piped throughout and is usually electronic or house.There is a cinema on site which makes for a very popular play room.Kit Kat Club was also the name of the scandalous Berlin nightclub featured in the American musical, Cabaret.Here it was depicted as a burlesque theatre of the 1930s, a frivolous venue at odds with the rise to power of the Nazi party. Catering for those with less ‘clubby’ style tastes, Avarus has a more grown-up ambience.