• Knot Your Usual Easter Holiday

    If you thought Easter was all about religion, bunnies and chocolate eggs you couldn't have been more wrong. This Easter The Resistance Gallery in Bethnal Green is hosting The London Festival of the Art of Japanese Bondage.

    The four day event boasts an impressive range of contributors and performers including Esinem, Mistress Amrita and the amazing Kinoko Hajime who will be running classes and demos throughout.


    The four day event boasts an impressive range of contributors and performers including Esinem, Mistress Amrita and the amazing Kinoko Hajime who will be running classes and demos throughout.

    Whether you're a newcomer to the concept of rope bondage and have an urge to experiment or you're an experienced practitioner, you will gain something from this beautifully erotic four day event.

    Classes, displays, art installations, and wild performances are all scheduled with chill out times for socialising and discussion. You will also have the chance to put your new skills into practice using the specially installed hardware under the guidance of seasoned professionals in a safe environment. Participation is not a requirement but you'll have a hard time resisting once you see all that this bondage bonanza has to offer.

    Also on the bill is the UK premiere of 'Kinabuku – The Art of Bondage' which will screen Saturday evening and is sure to tempt you into trying new and exciting things with rope. The full list of participants, installations and events can be found on www.japaneseropebondage.co.uk where you can also book tickets for the event.

    In celebration, we are offering 3 for 2 on all that is Shibari for the whole of April! How-to guides and lengths of silk, cotton and hemp rope are included, but we've also added some of our ready-to-go range to try out and incorporate into your ropey-regime.

    You may also like to check out Bonny's Shibari Buyer's Guide for more helpful hints and tips.

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