Know London Gay Nightlife and More

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Gay nightlife

In terms of gay night life, the first port of call in the Capital should be Soho, without a shadow of a doubt. Nestled less than discreetly in the heart of London's West End, Soho has a huge variety of gay saunas, bars, clubs, cinemas and restaurants on offer.

Generally speaking, pubs and gay bars remain open Monday to Saturday, 11am-11pm, closing half an hour earlier on Sundays, Bank holidays and religious festivals (Good Friday, Christmas Day and Easter Monday). There are also a number of bars with late licenses allowing you to party longer.

Gay Nightclubs and more

Are you looking to paint the town pink, on a night of camped up debauchery? Well look no further than London town. London and its diverse range of awesome venues are guaranteed to satisfy. You first option would undoubtedly be the grace land of camp itself, Soho. Home to G-A-Y, London's largest gay club, this

Infamous area of the West end is guaranteed to impress.

Perhaps even more appealing, once the pubs have shut, many revellers move from Soho, over to the South of the Capital, to Vauxhall's underground scene in a small area known as Vauxhall Gay village. True to its name and with clubs such as Fire, Orange, Crash and A.M this area will guarantee the ultimate in party time and camp raving.

In addition, why not pay a visit to the following:

    • Royal Vauxhall tavern - Flying the pink flag for South London, this old fashioned pub offers a variety of cabaret, gay entertainment and comedy nights and a host of reasonably priced drinks. Perfect for unwinding and catching up old friends (or perhaps meeting new ones), this establishment comes with an array of recommendations.

    • The End - Established over a decade ago, and situated in West Central Street W1 this beat bashing venue is the ultimate in underground beats. With a wide spectrum of music, ranging from House and techno to drum and bass, you are guaranteed good old fashioned fun.

    • Fabric - A notoriously die hard club for most hardcore of ravers, this gay friendly venue is perhaps the ideal port of call once the pubs have closed. Situated in Farringdon this venue is easily accessible until late.

    • The Admiral Duncan - Perhaps one of the capital's best known gay haunts, the traditional and endearing venue attracts revellers from all across the country on a weekly basis. Ornately rough and ready, the Admiral is open for business Monday to Saturday between 12-11pm and 10.30pm on a Sunday,

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