We're going all out this bank holiday weekend to give you not one, not two, but THREE sizzling and sexy events in a row. Make the most of that Monday off by coming to our seductive and sensual Mansion party on SUNDAY the 28th August!
Our signature party in London
The signature Killing Kittens party, Mansion is the iconic, indulgent, black-tie event that many know (and love!) KK for. These signature events have a smaller crowd for a more intimate experience, making Mansion the most exclusive of all the KK events.
A Georgian townhouse in central London is the setting for your most decadent fantasies. As the city rolls by outside you will leave the mundane at the door and for one night only enter a world of total opulence. Reception areas open onto ballrooms, lavishly decorated and softly lit, with smaller, more intimate spaces found on different floors for thrilling encounters...
Mansion is the ultimate party for connoisseurs of luxury and indulgence. Here your desires will lead the way through beautiful spaces and sensual experiences, where every detail is designed to enchant and inspire. With no set agenda or pressure at a Killing Kittens event, the night can unfold in whatever way you wish. Mansion is yours to explore.
What will you discover behind these townhouse walls, and who will you decide to be?
What To Wear:
In keeping with the luxurious venue, this event comes with an black-tie dress code. Think red carpet elegance and glamour in beautiful dresses, smart suits and of course the compulsory Killing Kittens mask to add to the mystique...at least until 11pm.
We do not allow casual streetwear, jeans, sportswear, loungewear, t-shirts, leggings, sneakers, boat shoes etc. A Killing Kittens event is a place to dress to impress. We can, and will, refuse entry with no refund if you do not adhere to the dress code.
If you want a little visual inspiration, check out our Pinterest board here.
Confused about black-tie? Check out these articles from GQ and Vogue for a little extra guidance.
What Will Happen...?
What happens at KK stays at KK...All you need to know is doors open at 8pm with strictly no entry after 10pm. Masks come off at 11pm, when you’re free to begin exploring the playspaces (and each other). It’s back to reality at 1:30am, when the event closes.
Who Can Attend?
Explainer: If you identify as a cis-gender man (a man whose gender aligns with their sex assigned at birth) you are a Guest. Everyone else (including cis-gender women, trans people of all genders, non-binary people, gender non-conforming people, gender expansive and gender fluid people, as just a few examples) has the opportunity to define as a Kitten, if they so choose. These terms do not need to be a part of your identity beyond how they function for the purposes of the event.
In the world of KK it's the Kittens who are in charge. Only Kittens can invite Guests to come and play, and it's Kittens who must make the first move.
Kittens, you will need to be a member of our Kitten's Association and your Guests must be Party Approved and invited to attend. Single Kittens, you are more than welcome to come and play. Guests, as much as we love and lust after you, in our bold new world it’s the Kittens who make the rules.
We’ll email you out the rules, regulations and the full venue address 24 hours before the party. Two weeks before the event you can head to the KK Chat app and jump into the pre-party group. Only available to people that have tickets, this is where you can connect with other Kittens and Guests, ask any questions you might have, or arrange a pre-party drink. It’s the perfect place to start building anticipation...
Your Safety Is Our Priority:
Safety, security and discretion are key to a KK event. We want you to feel secure in the knowledge that we have a network of measures in place to ensure that you can relax and enjoy your evening with us.
Entry is only possible with your personalised e-ticket. Think of it as your passport - if there isn't a photographic match, there will be no entry.
Entry to all KK events is subject to signing an NDA, showing a photo ID, and is always at the management’s discretion.