Is this your first time? Boy, Girl or T-Girl You WILLL love it. Every one is friendly, we all remember our own first time out. Come and say hello to me Vicky Lee for a start.
What should I wear?
Every ‘girls’ question! If I was going to recommend a style to make you feel comfortable on your first visit I would say good grooming, skin and nails, cover up or hair removal – Good hair / wig in a modern style and a simple but classy black dress (long, short or knee length) with some nice accessories. Some nice jewelry flatters all ages. Don’t overdo the heel height unless you really are used to standing on them a long time. Better a kitten heel and be comfy.
You may like to take advantage of our make-up service by one of ‘the WayOut girls’ … scroll down for more
In fact you can wear anything at The WayOut Club.
With around 200 people every week there will always be someone dressed in a similar style and there will always be someone that looks better (and worse) than you do.
We can all remember our “first time”
and we all look forward to our “next time”
If you really are worried that you are going to get it wrong and feel out of place I do recommend a visit in DRAB (Dressed as a Boy) before your debut in DRAG (Dressed as a Girlie). I often find that when I talk to a new guy at the club he tells me “you wont recognise me next time”. When you see what others wear you will be inspired to follow your feelings on your next visit. As you leave you will always think to yourself “next time I am going to wear …”
be that flamboyant, tarty, glamorous, clubby or even more sophisticated. That’s what The WayOut Club is all about.
Do you need help with dressing for your visit?
We offer a dressing area where you can get changed at the club.
We have two venues and the changing room in Mary Janes on the second Saturday of every month is by far the best. It is large clean and comfortable air conditioned and has well lit mirrors. It is availbale from 9:30 to 4am. Our other venue is The Minories where we can only offer from 9:30 to 11:30 the staff toilet which is ok (doing shows all over the country this is the usual standard) but not ideal. However …. after 11:30 we have another area free which is clean and spacious with a big mirror. This is available from 11:30 to 3am – remember we have about 70 early birds before 11pm but most come in from 11:30 to 1am and stay tip 3am we are a very late club.
Both venues have a secure cloakroom to look after your bags (£2)
For those that would like help with make-up and wig / hair styling we always have one of the ‘WayOut Girls’ to help you. This is on a first come first served basis from 9:30pm until about 11.00pm. You pay your make up artist directly £30. We only provide make-up – you need to bring your own cloths and wig . At reception show your bag to our receptionist and Our receptionist will locate one of our make-up experts
You can confirm that this service is available by calling Vicky Lee 07778 157 290 between 10.00am until 7.00pm Monday to Saturday only.
There are two good dressing services in London that regularly help prepare and escort visitors to the club. The WayOut Club is good friends with these organisations
but has no business association and receives nothing from any of them
Adam & Eve
Support, wardrobe, make-up pre visit drinks and nibbles and escorting.Close by, (near Brick Lane)
Adam and Eve Dressing Service can now offer overnight accommodation £50 overnight accommodation with makeup £100 and overnight accommodation, makeup and wardrobe hire for the night out £185, we are just a 10 minute taxi ride from the Wayout Club and take appointments until 8.30pm. You can contact Josie on 0207 613 066 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support, wardrobe, make-up and escorting by Jodie.
Jodie often brings a group of ‘Boudette Gurls’ to the club after a meal or theatre together at a restaurant making a great night out.
Call: 0208 211 1666.