Friday, 26 August 2016

Amy Statik asylum show

Dear Patient 125, 

Friday 23rd of September we're experimenting with some radical new medicine- come for a trip down the rabbit hole with us following the visions of Amy Statik as the Mad March Hare.  Discover what happens when medicine and sanity collide. Step out of our universe and into one which is entirely other. 


Join the medical mayhem at Psycho Ward.

Head Nurse 
Cynth Icorn

Monday, 22 August 2016

NEW body bag

Dear Patient 125,

For Psycho Ward September 23rd we have an exciting new form of treatment available for you- we have recently acquired a genuine body bag for use in the wards. Come and lay on the slab for your examination and our nurses will give you your post-mortem results. Don't be scared- we specialise in resuscitation and animation in our shock therapy unit.  
Come to Psycho Ward for your dose of deviant medication September 23rd

Head Nurse

Cynth Icorn

Thursday, 11 August 2016

Patient Reviews

We love reading your patient reviews-
'Psychoward, a fantastic medical themed fetish club, organised and hosted by the beautiful and all round talented Cynth Icorn, and what a morbidly interesting and entertaining establishment it is. Offering a broad alternative dress code with an open mind and infectious friendly atmosphere.' - Yvette at Jed Pheonix 

' While in theory a medical fetish night has the potential to be a bit daunting and intense, in reality it was tongue in cheek and intimate. Everyone was so friendly, especially host Cynth Icorn, and it was actually one of the most comfortable atmospheres I’ve experienced at an event like that....The venue, Resistance Gallery, is tiny, but perfect for a night like Psycho Ward. It’s dark and atmospheric, with clear plastic sheeting adorned with creepy words written in ‘blood’ giving the feel of an abandoned asylum.'
-Girl at the Rock Show 

Join us to unleash your manias at Psycho Ward September 23rd
This is your appointment for shock therapy.
Head Nurse Cynth Icorn

Friday, 1 July 2016

Damien Frost Photobooth

Dear Patient 125,



Tomorrow at Psycho Ward wear your insides on the outside and lets your sickness shine through with our photo booth with renowned photographer Damien Frost- the genius behind the Night Flowers book as seen in The Guardian and Slate.  Come dressed to distress and have your soul stolen by Damien's camera.

Head Nurse

Cynth Icorn

Thursday, 30 June 2016

Award for best ward wear

Dear Patient 125,


Be present for your ward ware examination on Saturday- wear your heart on your sleeve and you could WIN a DVD of Lips of Blood- a classic erotic horror film from Redemption films with Vampire Nurses to haunt your dreams. Let your madness drive your creation and be in for a chance to WIN!

Head Nurse

Cynth Icorn

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

New specialist equipment!

Patient 125,

Despite NHS Cuts our underground clinic has an exciting new acquisition- a medical gurney. This gurney is complete with bars, tilting and wheels. Perfect for in depth experimentation-  join us for our ward rounds on Saturday and get your hands on our state of the art renal beds, a proctology table, a traction table and ward beds. Our nurses will also be on hand until 10.30 offering vacbed therapy and violet wand treatment. After 10.30 the wards will be abandoned for you to explore and experiment in yourselves.

Your Cure is waiting

Psycho Ward Saturday July 2nd

-Cynth Icorn
Head Nurse


Thursday, 23 June 2016

Step into our Immersive Clinic

Patient 125,

Whether this is remedial treatment or your first session please be advised to arrive early next Saturday for your appointment- Our nurses will be giving one on one appointments between 20.30- 22.30hrs . Check in with our receptionist and step into our house of healing- our team of dedicated specialists will be on hand to provide a through examination and follow up treatment. Our wards are equipped with Violet wands, a vacbed, renal beds, a proctology table, a traction table and ward beds will be at your disposal for emergency invasive therapy throughout the night.
Obey the nurses and you just might get your medication 

Head Nurse Cynth Icorn