Unless you’re a celebrity, or one of the fortunate few that have access to high profile social events, chances are you’ll never get a chance to rub shoulders with your favourite stars. Even less likely is the chance of meeting any of the beautiful models who grace the pages of Playboy. Playmates, as they’re affectionately known, exist in a realm of their own, taunting fans from the pages of a magazine or the reels of a production. But for one night only a door is being opened to their world, pay R40 for a standard ticket OR R70 for a VIP ticket OR R175 for a Media Pass to the Playboy Playmate Party at Club 84.
Choosing your meal at a restaurant is never an easy task, and more often than not you end up having menu envy: spying on another diner’s choice and instantly regretting your own. Combos are an honourable attempt to satisfy the indecisive diner, but usually don’t offer more than two dishes. The only true solution is a fully stocked buffet, offering all the dishes you crave and few you didn’t even know you wanted. In much the same way instead of just Miss March or the September Sisters, 26 of SA’s hottest Playmates will all be in the same club, at the same time, and you could be there too.
Specially selected waitresses will be serving champagne and cocktails all night while the beautiful Playmates provide entertainment, this may be one of the few times that you can have your cake and eat it too. If you’re a VIP you get to skip the queue, gain access to 5 private lounge areas and exclusive bars and restrooms, all the while being served canapés and delicious snack platters, it’s like being bumped up to First Class, only better.
Hidden away in the heart of the CBD, lies an undiscovered diamond in the rough of unparalleled brilliance. Club 84 is the crown jewel of party venues, with 2 dance Floors, 7 Bars and 5 VIP Lounges there are few places that even come close. With state of the art audiovisual equipment, spectacular lighting and the likes of Digital Divas, Pascal & Pearce, Josh Borril and JP behind the decks, sensory overload will follow shortly after entry. If 84 was a car it would be a Rolls Royce, with more than a dash of Lamborghini, get on board.
Bunny fact: The Elephas Auris Leporid, more commonly known as the Giant Eared Hare is found almost exclusively in the Scottish Highlands. Not only are its massive ears longer than its entire body, but it is one of the few species which has complete voluntary control over them. This developed as a survival mechanism to cope with the extreme winters during which the rabbit would wrap its body with its ears.