The owner of the UK’s biggest strip club, Rude Liverpool, will feature in Olivia Attwood’s second series of Getting Filthy Rich.
The ITVX series sees Olivia exploring different worlds within the sexual entertainment industry and how those working in the various industries can make serious money.
Returning for a second series this month, Getting Filthy Rich will explore strip clubs and the money that can be made for both the dancers and business owners.
Amy Gwynn, owner of Rude in Liverpool, the UK’s biggest gentleman’s club, will feature, discussing what it’s like to own a strip club, how she manages the dancers and the money that they can make.
Being the only gentlemen’s club that’s both female owned and led, Amy recently celebrated 13 years of Rude, and since starting out in 2010, she’s come an incredibly long way in such a male dominated industry.
Since then, Amy has been hailed for changing the face of the industry for the better and pioneering a different type of gentleman’s club where the women are in control and where the dancers can celebrate their bodies on their own terms.
Creating new rules and championing a revolutionised, modern outlook on the industry, Amy has worked tirelessly to bust myths, tell true stories of strip clubs and champion the dancers, showing they’re choosing to make money in their own right in a safe and licensed way.
Olivia Attwood will explore the world of Rude with Amy, receiving a private tour of the club, the stage, bar, VIP area, private dance booths and of course, the dancer’s changing room; a space that is purely back of house and for the girls that work at Rude with Amy investing hundreds of thousands of pounds to create a beautiful space where they can feel appreciate and enjoy away from the business of the club itself.
Giving viewers an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look into Rude, Olivia discusses all things money with owner Amy Gwynn who reveals what the club is like each weekend as well as during the busiest nights of the year.
Amy is also the proud owner of Rude Girl Studio, a premium pole studio for fitness, self confidence, mixed ability and contemporary pole dance classes. She created the pole studio alongside Rude to build a community of like-minded, motivating women, with many women also coming to perfect their skills before applying to become a Rude Girl.
Rude’s dancers also have unlimited access to sharpen their routines, and Olivia Attwood is welcomed into the pole studio for a private class where she learns the ropes before putting her skills to the test on a busy night in Rude.
“Myself and the Rude team had a great time welcoming Olivia into the club and pole studio and showing her what it takes to be a Rude Girl. Being in the strip club industry isn’t easy; it takes confidence, determination, brains and the ability to command attention. You’ll be able to see Olivia finding out all of the details from myself and the dancers on how much they make, crazy requests and how to perform on the stage in front of hundreds of guests – it’s not to be missed!”
Olivia Attwood’s Getting Filthy Rich strip clubs episode is now available on ITVX and can be watched here.