PERFORMERS from Europe’s biggest fetish club are to party in Scotland at a special event celebrating “the sweetest BDSM film ever made”.

Torture Garden in London, which includes music, performance art, fashion shows, and an S&M “dungeon”, has been described as looking “like a scene from a movie”.

Now performers and dancers from the club will come to Scotland for a special event hosted in conjunction with next year’s Glasgow Film Festival (GFF).

The one-off event will be held at SWG3, a converted warehouse turned multi-disciplinary arts space in the west end of the city, following the 15th anniversary screening of romance movie Secretary.

Released in 2002, the award winning film stars Maggie Gyllenhaal as a woman overcoming mental illness who wins a job in a legal office under lawyer James Spader.

Based on a short story by US writer Mary Gaitskill, it documents their personal transformations through their sadomasochistic relationship, and GFF has called it “the sweetest BDSM film ever made”.

The February event is one of three anniversary screenings planned for early 2017, including a family-friendly showing of adventure classic The Princess Bride, which will include live sword fighting and a treasure hunt for all ages.

The 1987 release stars Robin Wright as the title character and also features wrestler Andre the Giant, Billy Crystal, Peter Falk and Cary Elwes in a comedic fantasy frequently voted one of the public’s favourites.

Meanwhile, the 30th birthday of teen vampire chiller The Lost Boys will be celebrated with a showing in a secret location.

Audiences will be bussed from the Glasgow Film Theatre to a mystery pop-up theatre, with vampire fangs provided. However, viewers are advised to bring their own garlic to enjoy the cult classic starring Kiefer Sutherland, Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Jason Patric and Dianne Wiest.

The film includes many of the top young actors of the late 1980s and follows two brothers as they move to a Californian beach community and join a gang of teenagers taking on the undead.

The special events follow the sell-out success of last year’s secret-location screening of Nicolas Cage hijack blockbuster Con Air in an aeroplane hangar on the outskirts of Glasgow, with the audience dressed in orange jumpsuits.

Allison Gardner, GFF co-director, said: “We are excited about this year’s special events programme, and thrilled to be able to announce these events in advance.

“We can honestly say that GFF is continuing to create unique cinemas events around some of our audience's best-loved films in terms of events venues, content and reach. There truly is something for everyone in this year’s programme – from kids’ favourites to cult classics – all across the city.”

Tickets for The Lost Boys and Secretary will go on sale at 10am on Thursday at Tickets for The Princess Bride will be released with the main festival programme in January.

This year more than 42,000 admissions were logged for the annual movie festival, which opened with the UK premiere of the Coen Brothers’ star-studded Hail, Caesar!