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Lesbian and gay bars and clubs in London
Look out for cheap student nights throughout the week and the flagship G-A-Y nights on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays which include pop impersonators and drag acts, as well as regular live music events. One of the oldest and most famous gay pubs in London, named after an admiral who defeated the Dutch fleet at the Battle of Camperdown inthe pub hosts popular music nights every Saturday, and on selected weeknights. The Duke of Wellington This spacious two-storey Soho gay bar has the feel of a traditional British pub with a friendly atmosphere, offering a busy downstairs bar and a quieter upstairs seating area. The emphasis is on whisky and espresso, and uniquely, fresh baked goods are available for pretty much the entirety of their open hours from pre-noon to last call. 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.
Heaven 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. You are currently viewing the International Edition. I think you forgot one major drink in this survey… Champagne is one of the most popular drink amongst the gay population. It is beginning to enter the wider consciousness. Open until 1am each day, Circa is one of the livelier gay bars in Soho with regular DJ sets pumping out commercial dance tunes.