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Ballroom, 350 Brockley Road, UNION, 66 Albert Embankment,
SE4. First Saturday of the month, SE1. 020-7793 9262. Cruisy dance BISTROTHEQUE, 23-27 Wadeson
7pm-midnight (£7). Gay ballroom club which hosts monthly parties St, E2. Tel: 020 8983 7900.
and Latin dancing night, attracting such as Growl and afterhours party Bethnal Green tube. Very mixed,
up to 300 dancers a month to the Menergy. Plays areas and hot go- gay/straight crowd of trendy
glam 1950s-style Rivoli Ballroom. go’s. www.clubunion.co.uk metrosexuals. Great bar, restaurant,
Crofton Park BR. www.therivoli. plus separate cabaret room. www.
co.uk XXL, The Arches, 51-53 Southwark bistrotheque.com
Street, SE1. www.xxl-london.
KAZBAR, 50 Clapham High Street, com. London Bridge tube. Huge CHARLIE’S BAR, 124 Globe
SW4. 020 7622 0070. Clapham world-famous club for bears, big Road, E1. Tel: 020 7790 1007.
North tube. Mon-Thu 4pm- men and admirers, on Saturday Whitechapel tube. Recently
midnight, Fri 4pm-1am, Sat noon- and Wednesday. Pulls in 1,000+ refurbished, Moroccan style
1am, Sun noon-midnight. Clapham customers each Saturday with – friendly, local gay bar.
video bar, popular throughout the uplifting dance anthems and
week, with DJs at weekends. occasional guest DJs. DALSTON SUPERSTORE, 117
Kingsland High Street, E8. 020
LITTLE APPLE, 98 Kennington EAST LONDON 7254 2273. Highbury & Islington
Lane, SE11. 020 7735 2039. tube. New, two-fl oor mixed gay-
Kennnigton tube. Open 7 days a THE ANGEL, 21 Church Street, straight venue - café by day and
week. Small, traditional gay boozer E15. Tel: 020 8555 1148. Stratford fashionable performance space
for local gay boys and girls - open BR and tube. Big gay pub, always and club promotions at night.
till 1.30am Fri-Sat. popular at weekends, with regular Noon-2am seven days a week.
cabaret, DJs and disco nights.
ROYAL VAUXHALL TAVERN, GHETTO OLD STREET, 58 Old
372 Kennington Lane, SE11. THE BACKSTREET, Wentworth Street, EC1. 020-7287 3726. Trend-
020 7840 0596. Opening times Mews, off Burdett Road, E3. setting gay club venue - now in
vary. Vauxhall tube. Door Charge. 020-8980 8557. Over 24 years a new Old Street home! Spread
Huge, traditional and historic gay old – small but legendary East over two fl oors, with Trash Palace
pub, with long history of hosting End dress code leather club, open bar upstairs (open from 5pm) and
cabaret. Packed to rafters on Thur-Sun. Very strict rubber and late night club downstairs. Nightly
Saturday (Duckie) and Sunday leather dresscode, ensuring a alternative promotions, such as
(S.L.A.G.S/Chill-Out). Check wide and loyal following. www. Wig Out (Sat). www.ghetto-
www.rvt.org.uk or the facebook thebackstreet.com london.co.uk
group RV Taverners for information.
7pm-4am. Door charge on Brixton tube. Large and legendary
weekend. Large, popular bar and venue - formerly a theatre. Now THE STAG, 15 Bressenden Place,
club, attracting big crowds at home to occasional gay club SW1. 020 7828 7287. Victoria
weekends. nights such as Love Muscle and tube. Mon & Tue midday-midnight,
www.ego-southernpride.co.uk Revolver. www.fridge.co.uk and Wed-Fri midday-2am, Sat 5pm-
www.lovemusclexx.co.uk 2am, Sun 4pm-midnight. Dark and
EXILIO, Bar Rez, Club Colosseum, atmospheric gay bar in Victoria,
1 Nine Elms Lane, SW8. Vauxhall THE GEORGE & DRAGON, 2 with occasional cabaret and DJs
tube. Long-running, Friday night BlackheathHill, Greenwich, SE10. at weekends, and now an upstairs
gay Latin and salsa night. Open 020 8691 3764. Deptford Bridge theatre space.
11pm till 4am. www.exilio
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DLR. Mon-Thu 4pm-1am, Fri & SOHO COMES ALIVE
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Sat 4pm-4am, Sun 4pm-2am. 286, 286 Lewisham High Street, As previously reported, Soho Pride will not be taking
FACTORY, 65 Goding Street, SE11. Late-night pub with nightly SE14. 020-8690 7648. Large, late- place this year. However, fans of the event can console
Stylish, railway arch Vauxhall venue, entertainment and cabaret. www. opening gay venue, with regular themselves that a new one-day festival has sprung up to
hosting occasional dance and gandd.org.uk entertainment, DJs and cabaret. take its place. Organised by QSoft (the company behind
cruise nights. Open till 2am Sun-Thur and 4am Gaydar) and The Edge bar on Soho Square, Soho Live
HIDDEN, 100 Timworth Street, Fri-Sat. www.two8six.co.uk is a one-day festival taking place all over gay Soho on
THE FORT, 131 Grange Road, SE11. Railway arch venue, home Sunday 13 September. Much of the area around Old
SE1. 020-7237 7742. Small cruise to infamous Hard On night once THE TRAFALGAR ARMS, Compton Street and Soho Square will be pedestrianised
club, open till 11pm throughout a month (www.hardonclub.co.uk), 148 Tooting High Street, SW17. for the day, and attractions will include a Gaydar Radio
week, with regular boots-only and and now also Megawoof (www. 020-8767 6059. A spacious, lively, main stage and Camp Gaydar’s ‘Vegas’ attraction (enjoy a
underwear parties. megawoof.com). attitude-free pub. Excellent food “shot-gun wedding at the Little Church of Hook-Ups”),
www.thefortlondon.com served all day. Weekly DJs on Friday both in Soho Square. There will also be a QX stage on
THE HOIST, Arch 47c, South and Saturday nights. Karaoke on Rupert Street, a G Spot and Gaydar Girls stage on Romily
FIRE, South Lambeth Road, Lambeth Road, SW8. 020 7735 Wednesdays. Street, a family entertainment area in St Anne’s Gardens,
Vauxhall, SW8. Vauxhall tube. 9972. 10pm-late. Door charge and outdoor eating and drinking on Frith Street and Greek
Infamous, late-night gay venue strict dress code. One of London’s THE TWO BREWERS, Street, a mini-fun fair, fashion show, community stalls and
beneath the Vauxhall railway most famous dress-code and cruise 114 Clapham High Street, SW4. market area, plus a “Soho’s Got Talent” showcase on a Soho
arches, host to the likes of Orange, clubs - busy with a men-only 020 7819 9539. Clapham Common Community Stage (also in St Anne’s Gardens). Besides
A:M, Horizon and Gravity. Open crowd. Open Friday-Sunday and tube. Mon-Thu 5pm-2am, Fri & Sat this, the event is being supported by most of the local gay
around the clock at weekends. occasional Thursdays (SM Gays 5pm-4am. South London’s most businesses and bars, so expect plenty of partying at The
www.allthingsorange.com or every third Thursday of the month famed gay cabaret venue. Large Edge, Barcode, The Box, Comptons, Ku Bar, Profi le, Rupert
www.fi reclub.co.uk - www.smgays.org). www. bar and separate dancefl oor room. Street, The Yard and others.
thehoist.co.uk It’s been pulling in the punters for Festivities will run from noon till 8pm. For more details,
THE FRIDGE, Town Hall Parade, over 20 years. www.the2brewers. who’s who, what to expect and how to get involved
Brixton, SW9. 020 7326 5100. JACKIE’S JUKEBOX, Rivoli com visit www.soholive.co.uk
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