The downstairs club has more than mirrorballs and two dance poles on the dance floor, perfect for an atmospheric party and the regular live events. Head down to south London's oldest surviving gay venue and enjoy regular club nights and unique events, including quirky bingo and drag shows in a vibrant atmosphere. Cocktails are the speciality at this cosy spot with gold decor, but you can also enjoy a refreshing choice of wines, beers and spirits. Dalston Superstore A cafe by day, club by night, Dalston Superstore is a vibrant and trendy hub for gay and straight party people in east London, and one of the area's best clubbing hotspots. She Soho Discover She Sohoprimarily a ladies bar although gentlemen are welcome with female guests.
She Soho Discover She Sohoprimarily a ladies bar although gentlemen are welcome with female guests.
Lesbian and gay bars and clubs in London
Fuel up with brunch or a burger from midday during the week or 10am on Saturdays, and sample the extensive cocktail list as night falls amid avant-garde decor. Ku Bar - Leicester Square One of the largest gay bars in London and only a few footsteps from Leicester Square, Ku Bar is spread over three floors and has a capacity of more than Village Soho's first gay bar remains one of its most popular due to its relaxed vibe, flamboyant decor, daily happy hour drinks specials and go-go dancers at weekends. With three floors, an impressive sound system and light shows in the main room, Heaven is an iconic London nightclub for people who really want to party. Set beneath a railway arch in Vauxhall, south London, industrial-style nightclub Fire comes complete with multiple rooms and an outdoor bar, hosting some of the biggest and best gay nights in London.
She Soho Discover She Sohoprimarily a ladies bar although gentlemen are welcome with female guests. A post shared by Fire London firelondon on Jan 31, at 6: For a more low-key evening, relax upstairs in the trendy bar with a glass of champagne or a cocktail from the extensive drinks menu. Set aside in a little alleyway near Charing Cross, the Retro Bar 's music is eclectic, and the decor features photos of many iconic rock and pop figures. One of the largest gay bars in London and only a few footsteps from Leicester Square, Ku Bar is spread over three floors and has a capacity of more than