CCK Weekly Program
Details of our weekly program at CCK can be found below, each of our nights follows a theme which our guests are welcome to join in by dressing up in a costume or as they feel most comfortable. By no means is it compulsory to attend in costume, many guests just dress smartly as our dress code suggests, but should you feel in the mood then please go ahead. For the masquerade nights we do have a limited number of masks for our guests.
- Wednesday Nights - Every Wednesday is Couples Delight Night these events are popular with our couples and single ladies that enjoy the attention of single guys. This is the only night that single guys are allowed to attend by themselves, bookings for single guys wishing to attend are compulsory and conditions apply.
- Thursday Nights - Every Thursday - Couples and single ladies only - Chill Out Sessions @ CCK. - NO SINGLE GUYS admitted
- Friday & Saturday - Couples and single ladies only - Follow the nights theme listed below if you so desire - NO SINGLE GUYS admitted
- Sunday Special Events
RESERVATIONS / BOOKINGS are suggested only - NOT Compulsory
As we only admit limited numbers a reservation/booking at least guarantees you admission on our busier nights. Guys for you Wednesday night bookings are still compulsory and conditions apply, and for couples some Sunday events require pre-booking
» Book Now To access our secure booking page for any event listed below or if you want more information about prices and opening hours please visit the admission page
Auckland Hot Wives Club party Sunday 13th January - » Book Now
Young New Zealand Swingers party Sunday 20th January - » Book Now
New Years Eve Party at CCK Book Now as this event is always SOLD OUT
CCK - Privacy and Safety
CCK expects guests at all times to demonstrate an open minded attitude and a respectful approach towards each other.
A strict embargo on ALL phones, cameras, recording devices & illegal drugs is enforced! Any breach results in immediate, permanent confiscation & eviction; any unauthorized reporting in the media (incl. print, tv, radio and internet) will have legal consequences.