You may be somewhat off the tried-and-true tourist trail when you’re in this enclave of West London, but the fact is that there’s certainly plenty to do, some of it of considerable artistic merit. The well-respected Lyric Theatre has a year-round schedule of first-rate plays and performances. Then there’s the Eventim Apollo (it used to go by the more appealing name of the Hammersmith Odeon, back in the day when David Bowie performed his astonishing, historic, final Ziggy Stardust show). Here you’ll find every credible and creditable rock act, including – in 2014 – Kate Bush. And what about gay massage in Hammersmith? Well, it’s simply beyond criticism. So worldly, attractive and intelligent are the men that it’s just not something that can be overlooked. In fact, it’s unmissable. While you’re here, don’t miss out on the opportunity for untold pleasure – arrange an appointment and you won’t regret it.
You could stroll down King Street where you’ll find a selection of the usual high street outlets as well as Kings Mall, which houses still more of them. Hammersmith Broadway, the shopping complex connected to the bus and Tube station, is another good stopping-off point if you need something to eat. After that, you might want to consider a riverside walk to give yourself a refreshing uplift. Or maybe now’s the perfect moment for gay massage in Hammersmith that you can book from us at Tantric Soul. It’s so easy to arrange and if you contact Tantric Soul then you’re guaranteed certain standards because of the strict vetting procedure through which all our therapists must pass.