Late Night Lounge Lover Sat 4th August

Jul 24, 2012 by     1 Comment     Posted under: Events, What's On

Leeds’ premier secret supper club comes to Temple Works Leeds.

They say…

Join us for a night of revelry and high jinxing at Leeds’ premier secret supper. Be it a table for 4 or a party of 20. You can dine with us or just simply join us for dancing & drinks.

The raw, edginess of this unique new LNLL venue will go hand in hand with the high quality and renowned brand of which is Wray and Nephew.

To accompany your perfect Wray and Nephew rum punch, locally famous Caribbean caterer DutchPot will be serving traditional authentic Caribbean cuisine with a modern twist. Our mixologists will produce signature Wray and Nephew Cocktails which will be available throughout the night.

Music on the night will be provided by the mighty Axis Sound and accompanied by our in house DJ Leon Lewis + guest DJs who will create live mixes of your favourite tracks combined with old school Jamaican beats.

Not only will there be entertainment for your aural pleasure, your visual pleasure will be stimulated by the creation of live video art, contemporary art and graffiti. The combination of cuisine, cocktails and cabaret makes this night Leeds’ must have ticket and definitely the place to be.

Price includes: Admission to the party, reception drink and our now famous sharing platters.

For all the lastest news follow us on Twitter @secret_supper

For more info call 0113 322 6377 or email us at

To buy tickets visit our eventbrite page

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  • for purposes of this thared, I don’t see a distinction between bikini and two piece because you’re still left without an objective measurement, an inch here=immodest a cm there=modest? I don’t think it can be that simple. As for male bare chests, tight shorts, or whatnot, again, I think the context is important. As a male, I’ll take your word for it on the conversations among women about being visually stimulated by men, but based on my own life experience I’d agree. But as an example: Would a fit young man in UDT* shorts and nothing else on your dorm floor be immodest? Most likely, unless of course the dorm was part of a special forces training facility, than most likely not. Context is what is important. Which is again, why I made the statement about a Finnish (or German) sauna, which are coed and where complete nudity is the norm. If a woman cannot ever be modest in a bikini, or a man in a speedo, how could either be modest completely nude? Yet they are. Granted, that is based upon certain European cultural norms. N. American cultural norms accept the bikini and the bare male chest as acceptable beach attire. Middle Eastern norms do not, where even the modest female swimwear pictured above is completely unacceptable.*(UDT underwater demolition team an old fashioned term they are very short and tight, but made out of a khaki uniform type material, not a nylon swimsuit material)Competitive swimwear is also generally very tight and form fitting for both males and females. It’s purpose is to provide minimum drag in the water. Same reason, a shower cap is worn. For females, less flesh is generally displayed than e.g. a bikini would display, yet also by default accentuates the physical attributes of both sexes. But the purpose is not to attract attention, but to enhance performance in the water.@Carla, please see my comments to Haley. And I also question your conclusions of the Princeton study, to make a blanket assertion that men are wired to respond to scantily clad women. From what I’ve read, the test group consisted of 21 college age heterosexual males. A very small group and a very narrow demographic. Additionally, the participants were screened regarding their attitudes about women in general, including, what the coordinator of the study deemed sexist to hostile sexism, that is extremely negative attitudes toward women. Did the study reflect a natural biological response or a response based on existing pre-conceived attitudes of the participants? IMO Modesty can’t simply be about the ratio of flesh exposed to covered. It must be about the attitude of the person. I also disagree that I am causing my sister to stumble. Is it really about my backside or my chest? I could cause her to stumble in many other way that don’t involve my body, what if I drove up in a bright red Porsche, flaunting my Rolex? Contrast to my muscle shirt at the gym, where I am keeping the body the Lord gave me healthy, and what I wear designed to facilitate that.

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