Gay South London – Our pick of South London’s best gay bars, clubs, saunas and shops in and around Vauxhall, Stockwell, Clapham and Brixton

    Gay South London

    Gay South London – Head south to Vauxhall where the once industrial area has transformed itself into London’s hub of activity – both day and nighttime. Late night after-hours gay clubs meet legendary establishments to create a vibrant scene. Plus, just a few tube stops away from Vauxhall is Clapham, a popular destination/mini gay village in its own right.


    Gay South London Bars

    The Bridge – 8 Voltaire Road, London, SW4 6DH

    The Bridge is the newest swanky bar to swoop into Clapham that offers a beautiful ambience in which to share a drink with a date, or sexy beats by big name DJs!

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    George & Dragon – Blackheath Hill, Greenwich, London, SE10 8DE

    Outrageous cabaret pub and community-favoured drinking hole nestled near historic Greenwich. Perfect for a post-work work pint or a messy drag-fueled Saturday night.

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    Two Brewers – 114 Clapham High Street, London, SW4 7UJ

    The long-running, legendary cabaret venue has played host to scores of talented acts and big names over the years – and still does. Not only that, but there’s a good dose of camp clubbage and great value bar goodness with scores of fun and friendly local lovelies. Be wowed by drag deliciousness and then dance ‘til the early hours in the club at the back – one of Sarf London’s finest.

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    Gay South London Clubs

    Bloc South – 65 Goding Street, Vauxhall, London, SE11 5AW

    The newest venture from Wayne Shires and the Bloc crew, this modern new club combines Vauxhall clubbing sensibilities with more laid-back, sociable vibes.

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    Coronet – 26-28 New Kent Road, London, SE1 6TJ

    Colossal theatre-style club space that houses regular giant club events, such as Madrid’s WE Party, with a big focus on performance and stage shows.

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    Eagle London – 349 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5QY

    Eagle London is Vauxhall’s insanely sociable venue. With a mix of nights and hot club nights, it’s the ultimate melting pot of blokes, beats and good times. Sundays feature the monumental Horse Meat Disco, which has brought disco right up to date with a massive nod to past legends.

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    Fire – 40 Parry Street, London, SW8 1RT

    If you don’t know Fire, you don’t know clubbing. It’s synonymous in the brain of many a homoxial Londoner with hardcore good times. Featuring multiple rooms of turbo-boosted dancefloor action, there’s a whole roster of top club nights to get you going!

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    Lightbox – 6a South Lambeth Place, London, SW8 1SP

    One of super club Fire’s annexes, the Lightbox venue offers sexy late night clubbing, brilliant DJs as well as a hot and mostly topless muscle crowd.

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    Pulse – 1 Invicta Plaza, London, SE1 9UF

    London’s newest superclub in the heart of the Southbank featuring the most up-to-date sound system, lights and clubbing experience. Home to clubbing leviathan, XXL!

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    Protocol – 6 South Lambeth Place, Vauxhall, London SW8 1QX

    One of the Orange group’s nightclubs – you know what to expect: hot boys, pumping beats and DJs lifting you higher.

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    Royal Vauxhall Tavern – 372 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5HY

    The fabulous and eclectic RVT packs them in every day of the week with their variety of club nights, cabaret, theatre, comedy, live music, discussions and much more. Plus, there’s a rotating schedule of nights featuring a smorgasbord of star names, fresh talent and an attitude-free, friendly crowd of up-for-it funsters from all over the gay community.

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    Union – 66 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP

    Booze, choons and cruise is the order of the day at this venue, with a variety of naughty nights.

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    Gay South London Saunas

    Chariots Vauxhall – 63-64 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP

    Popular with the buffed-up, post-clubbing crowd and open until the early hours to accommodate those hotties with the horn. The Vauxhall venue features two saunas, two steam rooms, video screens, spa pool, chill-out lounge and endless private rooms in a labyrinth of cruisy mazes, it’s a veritable playground of naughtiness.

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    Chariots Waterloo – 101 Lower Marsh, London, SE1 7AB

    A horny, cruisy destination of eclectic fellas looking for fun. Features a maze of private rooms, video screens, sauna and chill out areas.

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    Locker Room – 8 Cleaver Street, London, SE11 4DP

    Open 24 hours at the weekend, this scorching sauna situated on the Vauxhall borders has a sauna, steam room, 30 man cinema and mirrored rooms!

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    Pleasuredrome – Alaska Street, London, SE1 8XE

    This luxurious sauna boasts gorgeous decor, buff men, state of the art facilities and a laid-back atmosphere. There’s two spacious dry saunas, two steam rooms, a sun bed, stainless steel spa pool, cafe, deluxe private rooms, dark rooms and a raft of stunning fellas. The best part is it’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so there’s always an opportunity for some fun and a freshen’ up.

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    Gay South London Shops

    Fetish Freak – 76 Bolton Crescent, Oval, London, SE5 0SE

    The Fetish Freak store is brand new and totally independent – bringing you an extensive range of fetish gear. They stock all the essentials such as aromas, condoms and lubes, but made-to-measure items are their specialty, offering you a choice of hides and different grades of rubber. So don’t be shy to ask for them!

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