Swingers holding Phoenix Nights fancy dress night – with half time buffet

Swingers are holding a fancy dress orgy themed on Peter Kay’s hit show Phoenix Nights.

They are urged to dress up as clubland king Brian Potter, his sidekick Jerry, or like bouncers Paddy and Max or pint pullers Holy Mary and Joyce.

And in true working men’s club fashion, revellers will take a break and recharge their batteries with a buffet.

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The bash is being held at Blackpool’s Club Play next month and will run from noon until 3am.

Organiser Peachy tells punters online: “I can promise there won’t be Peter Kay popping in with Dave Spikey following behind, but the wheelchair may just have to make an appearance.

“This is a chance for you all to come alive like the AMAZING, MAGICAL, ENTITIES you are know you are!!!!!

“There will be FREE SNACKS throughout & some food provided at the night to try and keep your energy levels boosted.

“Although fancy dress is not compulsory it does add to the fun of the night so take what you will from the title and let your imaginations run free.”

There will also be games and prizes on the night.

In the BBC series, Kay plays the parts of both Brian and Max, with fellow comic Dave Spikey as Jerry.

The shindig will cost couples £15.

One person said on an adult website: “It’s going to be a ball. Don’t miss out. I won’t!”

The club boasts its own dungeon and 19 themed play rooms – including the doctor’s surgery – for role play romps.

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Swingers at the same venue recently had the chance to attend a Willy Wonka-themed orgy where the could dress up and win a golden ticket.

Five chocolate bars contained golden tickets to win prizes including a month's free entry to the club.

In the Roald Dahl book and smash-hit films starring Gene Wilder and later Johnny Depp, kids had to find a golden ticket inside a Wonka bar to gain entry to the factory.

The online advert teased: "Join us in a world of pure imagination… the club will be dressed for this event and we will be dressed in fancy dress."

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