London boasts the best Leather and Rubber Fetish scene and is a welcoming city for Leathermen and newbie explorers of London’s gay fetish scene. October is an exciting month in the calendar for Leather fetish events, including the return of great events like Hotwired, London’s biggest underground leather hardcore party.

So we wanted to share with you some of London’s best Leather Fetish Events in October

3rd of October -Mastery

There’s a strict leather/rubber dress code for this quarterly party that aims to conjure up the atmosphere of the leather scene of yesteryear. Mastery promises a night of “Leather, SMoke and Submission” for leathermen, bois, pups, cubs and rubber players. Normal Backstreet entrance charges apply.
The Backstreet, Wentworth Mews, Mile End, E3, London, United Kingdom


Sun 5 Oct – London Leather Social

Have a beer in gear at the Leather Social. Monthly informal meet up at Comptons on Old Compton St in Soho. There’s no dresscode; this is an independent event and all are welcome, whether you want to come in gear or are just curious about the leather scene and want to find out more. Comptons, Old Compton Street, London W1


Twitter: @LeatherSocial

Fri 10 Oct – Fetish Bound

Monthly male bondage club. Come along and play or socialise. For men that’s all about bondage play – with a wide and varied dress code! Undergound Club, Central Station, 37 Wharfdale Road, London N1 9SD, United Kingdom


Twitter: @FetishBound

Sat 11 Oct -Hotwired

Hard-On and RUT present you for the fifth time Hotwired: London’s biggest underground leather hardcore party on a 15.000 sq feet industrial location, with large dance floor, two play spaces, chill out room, outdoor area plus much more! Leather and Rubber Only!


Twitter: @HotwiredLondon

Fri 31 Oct – Blackout XXX

Fifth Friday Filth from MSC London. MSC London brings you some Fifth Friday Filth at BLACKOUTXXX in the sleazy Underground Bar of Central Station – strict dress code of leather, rubber, uniform, skin and boots. Central Station, Wharfedale Road, Kind’s Cross, London


Twitter: @MSCLondon