If you are looking to explore an alternative side to your sex life then why not consider swinging in Toronto?
The Wicked Club is a hedonistic swinger’s club dedicated to providing its members with a secure and discreet venue to explore the wilder side of life. The club has a range of facilities including a fully licensed bar, fully equipped play zone and dance floor.
We take a look at what goes on at the Wicked Club and how you can get a slice of the action.
Wicked Club, Toronto is a private member’s only club for adventurous and sex-positive adults. Offering an erotic but safe environment for its guests, the club provides the ultimate play facilities to allow members to explore new sides to their sexual appetite.
A swinger’s club by any other name, Wicked Club caters for a wide range of folk from exhibitionists to voyeurs, hardcore swingers to the lifestyle curious.
The club has been in operation since 2003, changing location in 2015 to its new venue on Queen Street E.
What can you expect at the Wicked Club?
The entrance to the Wicked Club is discreet (backdoor) and is not visible from the main road ensuring privacy for its members (as much as is possible).
The venue is fully licensed and has a range of different areas available ready for members to explore as they feel comfortable. There is a dance floor downstairs which has a club vibe and is a strictly no-play zone. Though plenty of encounters start under the lights, the action takes place in a private, members only area upstairs.
Known as Shlomo’s Penthouse, the VIP area is a place where women run the show and anything goes, as long as they say it does. The area is split into different zones including glory holes, a mirrored room, voyeurs room and themed play areas (some private, some more public). The lounge is set up as an established foreplay area and is a good place for those new to the scene to start.
The venue is modern, well decorated and kept very clean with your entrance fee covering the cost of fresh linen, towels, lube, oil and condoms.
You can also find a massage table as well as furniture suitable for kinky play throughout the penthouse area.
As with all swinger’s clubs, the golden rules are that no means no, but you should always ask. At the Wicked Club, women are granted the upper hand and it is expected that men follow a strict etiquette of respect with all other members, especially women.
With a slogan of ‘It’s Good to Be Naughty’, the club is popular with its regulars and, since its change to a new location, has acquired a strong reputation for being welcoming as well as well managed. There are one or two bad reviews around but these have the feeling of someone who failed to get in to the club rather than a genuine member who found the facilities lacking.
We should point out that the club suffered some fire and water damage earlier this year and its not yet known how well the refurbishment works needed have been done. The club was closed for a few weeks whilst this went on and we understand that the extent of the damage was limited.
Our latest research suggests that it is business as normal with the usual schedule of events running as advertised.
What’s the dress code?
There is no requirement to be nude at the Wicked Club nor to dress up; however, you should be mindful of not wearing casual or leisure clothes with the emphasis being on dressing to impress.
Certain events at the Wicked Club do demand you to make more of an effort and theme nights give members the opportunity to go to town with their presentation.
If in doubt, smart trousers and a shirt for men is fine with women being able to wear stylish night club clothes.
How much does it cost at The Wicked Club?
As a private member’s club, entry is for paid up members only with annual membership costing $40 per couple or $10 for single ladies. Single guys can purchase a year’s membership for $100 or buy a one-off night membership for $20 each time they attend. In addition to membership fees, guests must also pay an entrance charge for any event they attend. Prices are charged as follows:
|Couple (Early Bird, B4 11pm)||$20||$30|
|Couple (after 11pm)||$30||$40|
|Single Gent (Member)||$60||$80|
|Single Gent (Non Member)||$80||–|
Single gents with membership may only attend on a Saturday evening if they are accompanied by a couple or a single lady.The costs stated above may vary when the venue has special events scheduled.
There are also reductions in the entrance fee if members wish to use the dance area only with full payment only being due if members want full access.
How to get to The Wicked Club
You can find the Wicked Club at 358 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M5A 1T1 a few minutes’ walk west of the Don River in Corktown.
This Google map should help you find the club:
There is free on street parking on Queen Street after 6pm with additional parking down Power Street and off King Street.
The club is open as follows:
- Thursday to Saturday: 10.00pm to 4.00am
- Sunday: 10.00pm to 12.00am
- Monday to Wednesday: Closed for private parties
Getting in touch
You can contact the Wicked Club directly via their website or by using the contact number below.
Phone: 416 669 5582
Have you visited Wicked Club Toronto? How was your experience?