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 and all the regulars and staff want you to have a good time.
Come and say hello to me Vicky Lee for a start.
To stay near by solves lots of problems you could arrive by public transport or if you drive parking is free in the area midday Sat and all day Sunday. Lots of people including me use the many hotels around our area within a very short walk to the club. £60 to £150 depending on time of year full details on our web site under ‘You Need to Know’ …. Accommodation. All the hotels have treated our girls with respect and there is nothing like getting ready in your own room taking that short nervous (exciting) walk to the club, not worrying about drink in, and then collapsing back after a great night (don’t forget the baby doll nighty … 🙂
Changing at the club
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?
There are 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
Links to Dressing Services & Photographers
- The Boudoir – Support, wardrobe, make-up and escorting to events clubs shopping, photography by Jodie Lynn. VERY highly recommended
- Adam & Eve– Support, wardrobe, make-up makeovers shopping and club escorting, photography.
- Style Me Quirky Style Me Quirky makes dreams reality providing a professional crossdressing service for transgender and drag, drag for girls, fantasy, image and styling makeovers
- Boys Will be Girls is a luxurious and discreet dressing service supplies full makeovers, clothes, escorted nights out to the WayOut club and other venues
and much more!
- Ms Lola is a newly established business with fresh and exiting ideas and concepts for this very exclusive way of life.