Wish Weekend
Oslo
October 2019

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About Wish Weekend

The last weekend of October we'll host the Wish Weekend in Oslo! Join us for a wicked weekend with workshops, play-parties and lots of fellow kinksters!

Wish Weekend has been a tradition in Wish Stockholm for many years. This year Wish-Oslo has the honor of hosting this amazing event with the blessings and support of its sibling. Get ready for 3 beautiful days filled with delicious perversion, workshops and enriching discussions. Wish is a BDSM-club for women, trans- and intersex people, who live with one or more of their identities every day. You have to be older than 18 to join.

The summed-up program is as follows, check the rest of the website for more details.
More information about the workshops will come soon.

Friday
25 October 2019

Registration and workshop followed by a Cruising party.

Saturday
26 October 2019

Workshops, common lunch, more workshops then Play Party in the evening.

Sunday
27 October 2019

Brunch, workshop then play party in the afternoon.

Schedule

We want to remind you that this schedule is not final. The start and finish hours are set in stone, to ensure you can make your travel arrangements, but the rest of the timetable may change due to necessities. More info on the workshops will be posted soon as well.

Friday
25 October 2019

Venue: SLM

  • 19:00 - Registration
  • 20:00 - 21:30Workshop
  • 21:30 - 01:00Cruising Party

Saturday
26 October 2019

Venue: NONNA

  • 11:30 - 12:00 Introduction
  • 12:00 - 13:30 2 parallel workshops
  • 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch (vegan/gluten-free)
  • 14:30 - 16:00 2 parallel workshops
  • 16:00 - 19:00 Break
  • 19:00 - 20:30 Circuit training
  • 20:30 - 01:00 Play party

Sunday
27 October 2019

Venue: NONNA

  • 12:00 - 13:00 2/3 parallel workshops
  • 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch (vegan/gluten-free)
  • 14:30 - 19:00 Play party

Frequently asked questions

Who is Wish Weekend for?

Wish Weekend is for women, trans- and intersex persons who love BDSM. For the terms women, trans- and intersex persons, self-definition applies. Homophobia, misogyny, racism and transphobia are not welcome here.

The venues

SLM Oslo - Scandinavian Leather Men Oslo

Website: slmoslo.no

SLM is Oslos oldest fetish club, and you can practically smell the history from the concrete walls. The club is not accessible for wheelchairs, and has stairs from the street-entrance. On the ground floor, there is a bar and a mingle-area for making new friends, and a porn-corner for getting to know them a little better. Go down the narrow stairs to the cold basement and reach the cruising- and play area. Here you’ll find all sorts of dark hooks and corners, and late at night the concrete walls will not be so cold anymore.

Amenities: toilets, shower, changing room, wardrobe

NONNA - Oslo BDSM

Website: oslobdsm.no

Nonna is Oslo BDSM´s clubhouse, located at Grønland, Oslo. The venue is not accessible for wheelchairs, and the bathrooms are too small. The stairs do have a ramp. The venue has a seating area where you can play if you like, as long as you mind the people negotiating and doing aftercare there. After negotiating, you can go to the main room, where there are several play zones with different equipment and things to play with. There are two smaller rooms to play in, that will not be private this weekend. One has a bed and will be a space for chill playing, the other one has a gynecological chair and will be covered in plastic and used mostly for blood play. You can also use the hallway for playing.

Amenities: kitchen, toilets, “unprotected” wardrobe

Where to stay?

Want to crash at a couch? Let us know! We’ll try and find a fellow kinkster for you to stay with. The Facebook event and the Fetlife event is also good for hooking up with potential hosts. If not, check out the links below:

Anker Hostel (Book online)

A cheap hostel downtown Oslo. It's located a 7 minute walk from Nonna, and an 18 minute walk from SLM.

Thon Hotel Spectrum (Book online)

Wanna amp it up? Thon Hotel Spectrum is a nice hotel with delicious breakfast downtown Oslo. It's located a 4 minute walk from Nonna and a 14 minute walk from SLM.

Where to eat?

Grønland is full of great restaurants with vegan options. Along Grønlandsleiret you'll find plenty of Indian and Pakistani restaurants that serve delicious Daal for less than 100 kr.

How to get around?

The distances are short, and it's easy to walk around. For public transport, either download the Ruter Billett-app, or buy a ticket at the nearest Deli de Luca, 7/11 or Narvesen. It costs around 40 kr for one trip, and you can use the ticket on bus, subway and trams. You can also rent a bicycle for 49 kr per day. https://oslobysykkel.no/en

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