DATES AND THEMES FOR 2017
We always meet on the third Thursday of each month. Please note that all dress themes are entirely optional. Many attendees opt not to dress in theme, but we find that many of our regulars do appreciate the opportunity to wear something special. Prizes are awarded each month for the best themed outfits.
January 19th: Steam Punk
February 16th: Som ething Clingy
March 16th: Thigh Boots and Miniskirts
April 20th: Animal Print
May 18th: Black and Purple
June 15th: Look Good in Denim OR Polka Dots (Double theme)
July 20th: A Day at the Races
August 17th:Sarongs and Sandals
September 21st: Back To School
October 19th: Be a Catwalk Model
November 16th: Leather or Suede
December 21st: Xmas Party Night
Changing facilities are very good; the Ladies loo is spacious and well fitted with mirrors. Some of our regulars arrive soon after 7.30 pm in order to get made-up and changed, then change back at the end of the evening. If you plan to do this, do allow time at the end. We like to clear up the venue and leave soon after the 11.30 finishing time.
Some people like to check us out before arriving "dressed" for the first time. It is perfectly acceptable to come male-mode for your first couple of visits.
The local police LGBT liaison officers are aware of our evenings, and occasionally attend. Hopefully this will minimise the potential for any trouble, and we have never yet experienced any in several years of meetings. We would urge all visitors to dress appropriately. Fetish clothing is acceptable only on the relevant themed nights. The Totton Disco is a safe venue; we will not tolerate any predatory behaviour in any form. We are not a dating venue. We will only tolerate single men in male-mode if they understand the nature of this venue as one that is suitable for friends, wives, and partners.
If you'd like to find out more, please e-mail one of the organisers (see the contacts page). We will get back to you quickly with answers to your questions. Alternatively, visit our Facebook page to see some photos and up-to-the-minute information.
Ava has sought out a good B&B that is local to the venue. The owners are very happy to have transgender people staying, so if you are looking for somewhere to stay please contact them. Details are:
The Brimar Guest House
10-14 High Street,
T 023 80862950
The staff are perfectly OK with the idea of guests being dressed both inside and in the vicinity of the guest house and offer support to you to ensure that you have a smooth and successful stay. Using the words 'Totton Disco' in your booking will ensure that the staff know you will be dressing for some or all of your stay.