Velvet Tongue Erotic Literary Soiree

Where the Wild Things Are - Bohemian  Adventures
Where the Wild Things Are - Bohemian Adventures
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What we'll do

Back by popular demand!! Come join us for an evening of erotic poetry and literary performance that will make you laugh, sigh, cringe, cheer and grin with naughty delight! The Velvet Tongue erotic literary soiree has a flavour to please every palate. It's time for another helping! **Yellowish Green Event**(Contains adult themes)

***Important Note: The show starts at 8pm, however, this is a small venue and there is no pre booking so I strongly recommend that you get there by 7pm ***

COST: $10 or $8 concession.

About Velvet Tongue & Little Raven Publishing

Little Raven are publishers of erotic fiction and run from both England and Australia. Their Velvet Tongue events are dedicated to erotic performance, showcasing feature performers and offering open mic slots for writers and performers of erotica. This Little Raven event is made possible with the collaboration of Open Studio and Where the Wild Things Are!

Find out more about Little Raven here:

Open Mic Section

If you are a writer and have an erotic poem to share, please bring it along and sign up for the open mic section of the evening. Spots are limited so I can't guarantee a spot for everyone, but even if you're not sure you are up to performing, bring your poem in case!

Food and Drink!

Open Studio has a well-stocked, reasonably priced bar and also serves a range of sweet and savory crepes. The door cost goes to the performers, not the venue, so please do buy drinks or they might get grumpy at us. :-)
*****CASH ONLY - NO CARDS!*****

Open Studio - live performance venue and creperie

“High on the hill overlooking the city is this hidden little gem, a cultural melting pot for Northcote’s artists, poets and politically passionate residents…There are savoury and sweet crepes to delight your taste buds, and a simple selection of beer, wine and spirits to quench your thirst should some spirited gypsy dancing take your fancy.”