From the buzzing streets of Soho to the gay villages of Vauxhall and East London, via the popular local spots in greater London, there's a gay bar that's right for you just a short tube ride away or a mere hop, skip and a mince on your ol' lallies.
WORLD AIDS DAY @ G-A-Y BAR WITH 56 DEAN STREET
Each year World AIDS Day is marked here in the capital by a number of fundraising and awareness raising events, and with half of all known UK positive diagnoses living in London it is heartening that the people we elect to power are finally acknowledging it.
G-A-Y BAR 10TH BIRTHDAY
21/11/12: Has it really been 10 years since G-A-Y bar threw open its doors on Old Compton Street?
G-A-Y BAR 12 HOUR BIKE RIDE
02/03/12: As, undoubtedly, the promoter who has raised the most £££ for HIV/AIDS charities over the past couple of years, Jeremy Joseph is always looking for new ways to engage his customers and prise the change from their pockets for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
G-A-Y BAR – EUROVISION
14/05/11: With all the campery and paraphernalia associated with Eurovision, there really is only one place to watch it, so donning our best Union Jack finery we rocked up to G-A-Y Bar and prepared to cheer, boo and hiss like it was panto season.
G-A-Y – JOE MCELDERRY SIGNING
13/10/10: 2009’s Golden Boy, X Factor winner Joe McElderry, was back as man of the moment last week - at his new single’s G-A-Y signing. A solid crowd of guys were out in force to share it with him – forming a queue that looped around the ground floor, leading everybody in an orderly fashion past the ‘Ambition’ single stands that claimed one corner of the bar.