BearHug on Mixxt. London Bears Movie Club. London Gay Men's Chorus.
The bear scene, and the older scene on the whole, has taken a lot of knocks over the years and everyone has been affected — not just by HIV and the loss of clubs but to cancers, heart disease and a migration out of the city through retirement and recessions. Who wants to go out and listen to moaning bar and club owners going on about their woes and knocking other clubs and promoters? So we reached out to a number of venues and promoters — most of them were very positive, but the Two Brewers and the Eagle really jumped on the opportunity and could see the importance of raising money for a really worthwhile cause.
However, the range of lesbian and gay bars and clubs in London spans the city, from Vauxhall and Clapham, to gay bars in east London. All the best gay bars in London become busy on themed nights and weekends, as well as during the annual Pride in London festival. The more intimate sibling of the popular Leicester Square hangout, Ku Bar Soho is a great place for romantic drinks or people watching on Old Compton Street.
The Club is open 7 days a week. Opening and closing times are 9. Our price band is still in place which means the earlier you come, the cheaper your entry fee! Every Monday after
From decadent glam parties to burly bear havens, here are a brace of British clubs and club nights pushing inclusivity, body positivity and an outrageous good time. The good news is that this is a scene used to fighting for its right to party. Some are established scene mainstays, others are just a handful of parties old, but all guarantee an outrageous good time.
The club has been given three months to close. This is a reflection on our society. There is no room for difference; everything has to be sterilised and the same.
Ku Bar is the ideal after work hangout with great offers throughout the week on premium branded products. A trendy and chic design with walls of flat screen TV's playing all the latest music videos and Ku's signature sexy images and arty videos. Spread over three floors Ku Leicester Square has three distinct spaces.
The upstairs bar is fun for a warm-up drink, but the basement is where the club action happens. Formerly and still commonly known as Vogue Fabrics, this bijou Dalston basement hosts drag and spoken word events as well as genre-spanning club nights and parties. VFD has the chutzpah to host club nights with names like Cuntmafia and Sassitude, but never takes itself too seriously.
Start with a quiet pub lunch and end with a drag queen basement disco. Whether you're looking for a relaxed pub lunch, a bar to impress special someone, or an all-out drag queen disco, there's something to suit everybody. But sometimes, with all that choice, it can be difficult to know where to start when looking for that perfect venue that's going to tick all the boxes.