Gay Clubs in London


It is said that time flies in the big cities, that everything moves and changes franticly. If big metropolis are usually fast, then London is supersonic. The British capital is extremely active, so the amount of businesses that open their doors or shut down is astonishing. The Gay Clubs in London are not an exception. On one hand, many of the historical gay venues in London have shut down (i.e. Madame Jojo’s in Soho or Camden’s Black Cap). On the other hand, new clubs have revitalised London’s night scene. London is a city that never stops refurbishing itself, rebuilding its streets, redefining its profile. It is so difficult not to get lost in such a labyrinth of openings, closings and new trends, that we want to give you a few tips to find the main gay clubs in London.




This club has all that is required to be one of the best gay clubs in London. It is strategically located in Charing Cross, which turns Heaven into the best option to continue the party at, after the bars in Soho close down. It is also quite easy to get some flyers around Soho which will make the entrance really affordable (you will have to keep a long queue though). It is very popular among the gay community, particularly among youngest and students, and it is also visited by all the gay tourists who visit London, who enjoy loud pop hits in its massive ground floor. There is another floor, very popular among straight guys, where to dance R&B. But it is probably the stage at the fond of the ground floor the most appealing facility of Heaven. Why? Well.. can you imagine yourself drinking a cocktail and dancing with friends when, all in a sudden, Kylie Minogue appears on the stage for short Gig? Imagine instead, that it is Nicole Scherzinger, or One Direction or Olly Murs. The list of celebs performing in Heaven is endless, making it a must go gay club in London. Do you need more reasons to visit this nightclub? Well, here you are another one: every Thursday night is the Porn Idol, a striptease competition where the competitors are guys among the public!




This venue presumes to be the gay club in London counting more dark rooms. To get in XXL you need to become a member, so the very first visit could be a bit more expensive. However, it looks like it is really worth, considering so many members remain loyal to this club weekend over weekend. XXL is usually quite packed, plenty of hot guys who like showing how hard they have been working out in the GYM. Dancing shirtless following the Tecno music helps. People are usually more than friendly, and it explains why the dark rooms, despite being well sized, are usually quite busy.



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Lately, many gay night clubs in London have closed down, so many gay guys needed to look for new venues to go to. Vauxhall has been particularly affected by this closing epidemic. Clubs like Onyx suth down, so Fire, a popular after hour few minutes walking from the Vauxhall’s Charriots Sauna, has become almost the only option in the area. However, the most of the Onyx former regulars, have found an alternative just down the road, in Elephant and Castle. The popular Ministry Of Sound organises now the Beyond Party, a weekly night for the gay scene. If you like fit topless guys, mostly in their thirties and over, house music and non-stop party, Beyond won’t disappoint you.




South of the Thames, Clapham is a residential neighbourhood, with such a lively high street that even hosts a few gay venues. One of them, the Two Brewers, is one of the oldest gay clubs in London. It has two different areas: on with Tecno music and another one where to listen to pop hits from all the times. Every Saturday night it hosts a Drag Queen Show, besides many other events scheduled during the rest of the week. Not in vain, it is one of the only gay club in London opening every day! But the best of the 2 Brewers is its cosy atmosphere, thanks to a public which counts young, middle age, mature, men, women, gay, some straight…




Sometimes, having a drink with a group of friends on a working day can lead you to an improvised night of party. It is likely to happen if it takes place in Soho. When the gay bars close, GAY Late is one of the best options to continue the party. It is located in the neighbourhood, it is always one of the busiest gay clubs in London and is quite popular among students. If you get a flyer, the entrance is quite affordable, so there is no need to go home early if in Soho during working days! Unfortunately, during the weekend the queues are quite long…