About Us

Having run fetish parties in the UK, USA and Australia for quite a few years, including some events for over 3,000 people, Skin Two’s publisher Tim Woodward has been there, seen it, done it, got the t-shirt and the grey hair… Now, he runs this intimate party group, just for fun.

Our events are small scale, with as few as 20 people at the smaller ones, up to 40 or more at others. So the atmosphere is friendly and many of the guests know each other, but new faces are always welcome.

Fetish Dinner Parties
The fetish dinner parties are quite something – 40 people only, in a very smart hotel in the Berkshire countryside, all dressed up in their best fetish outfits. A three course dinner with wine and lovely bedrooms also available if you wish to stay overnight. The entire building reserved only for us – and the hotel’s champagne bar is turned into a well equipped dungeon for the night. In Summer, we even use the outdoor pool.

Submissive Women and their Doms
Then there are the parties for submissive women and their dominant male parters. No single men at this party, so women can relax, free from unwanted hassle. It’s very private. The equipment you can try out includes a fucking machine a TENS unit, whipping benches, a sybian and more. We’ll how you how to use them :)

The Play Party
We also hold play parties at a big old former vicarage in South London. There’s a dungeon, but the main point of this party is anything goes (!). Couples, women and TVs are all welcome and, yes, we do admit single men to this one as well! If you feel like having fun in more or less any fetish/BDSM way that’s safe and sane, this is for you.

Richmond BDSM
This is our friendly get-together in ordinary clothes, for a drink and a chat in a nice riverside pub beside Teddington Lock, West London. It’s free of charge – just turn up and hang out. If you don’t fancy a noisy club and just want to chat with a few local fetish people, come and join us…

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