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London has the world's most diverse late night gay scene. Mainly located around its three gay villages - Soho, Shoreditch and Vauxhall - there's a gay nightclub to suit every taste, with music policies ranging from R&B and pop to full-on funky house via more underground, edgier sounds. There are, of course, many one-off and special events that happen around town to keep a look out for. And if it's something more 'adult' that you're after, then there's a whole heap of men-only and fetish special interest clubs out there, too.
 
Sunday Social

Sunday Social

12/02/17: Walking into the RVT on a Sunday is not what one would expect.

 
Saturdays are kicking off at Eagle London

Saturdays are kicking off at Eagle London

11/02/17: The Eagle’s always a great time on a Saturday, and this weekend was no different!

 
Slags and fags: We checked out Lady Ole!

Slags and fags: We checked out Lady Ole!

04/02/17: Despite her name, Lady Olé is far from being a lady.

 
Super Bang

Super Bang

11/11/16: Bang Bang into the room! Bang felt right at home at the Steelyard!

 
Sweat at East Bloc

Sweat at East Bloc

15/10/16: SWEAT at East Bloc was major!

 
SYNTHIA

SYNTHIA

03/09/16: The highly popular Eagle in Vauxhall was treating the world with a double doze of Synthia, this week.

 
Shake Yer Dix @ Dalston Superstore

Shake Yer Dix @ Dalston Superstore

15/07/16: It would have been the perfect tribute.

 
Sink the Pink: Freakshow

Sink the Pink: Freakshow

11/06/16: What a difference a few hours make.

 
Sportsbolt

Sportsbolt

30/04/16: Well it would seem that the football was still on late this Saturday as QX entered the Hoist for its new offering of fetish extravaganza. Wow what a treat!

 
SHHBANG

SHHBANG

16/04/16: I think it’s safe to say the House of Han has done it again. We’ve come to expect a level of quality from Alexander Han’s amazing Bang parties at Rolling Stock and now its darker, naughtier little brother SHHBANG is ramping things up too.

 
Savage

Savage

04/03/2016: The East End has become well known as a place where irony readily flourishes, and what can be more ironic than a queer club taking over a temple of heterosex such as a strip club?

 
Sunday Social @ RVT

Sunday Social @ RVT

04/10/15: No weekend in London would be complete without a trip to Vauxhall and some top class entertainment at London’s longest-running gay venue The Royal Vauxhall Tavern.

 
Songs of Praise

Songs of Praise

05/09/15: QX grabbed our cassocks and hit those sizzling East End streets for the last ever Songs of Praise at East Bloc last weekend. 

 
Shake Yer Dix

Shake Yer Dix

18/07/15: Gay for synth? Yes, Sir! Dalton Superstore played the host for DJ Simonotron (Hot Mess of Glasgow) and DJ Micheal Kelly (Douchebag) as they served up lashings of blippy beats.

 
Sunday Social @ RVT

Sunday Social @ RVT

03/05/15: After a banging bank holiday weekend so far, this QX boy needed a rest, but RVT was calling!

 
Songs of Praise

Songs of Praise

04/04/15: QX cried ‘hallelujah’ on City Road as London’s edgiest bijou homosexual pop party let rip for a bumper Easter edition last Saturday.

 
SexCircus vs Revolver Berlin

SexCircus vs Revolver Berlin

03/04/15: Continuing our weekend of debauchery, on Good Friday we popped along to the appropriately named Crucifix Lane for BLACKOUT, one of the hottest men-only parties of the year and a co-promotion by Orange Nation’s SexCircus and Oliver M’s Revolver Berlin.

 
Savage

Savage

14/03/15: It was steel chrome and that 70s feelgood type of sound at the Metropolis, this Saturday gone - a strip club that’s become one of East London’s latest venues to throw it’s doors open to gay revelry, and revelry there certainly was!

 
Songs of Praise

Songs of Praise

07/02/15: City Road was the only place to be as Songs of Praise caused an unholy ruckus with three rooms of rampaging pop, R&B and underground dance tunes last weekend.

 
Sink the Pink  Winter Ball

Sink the Pink Winter Ball

13/12/14: It was always going to be tough to top their Summer Ball, so as we approached a queue of glitter beards, eccentric make-up and colourful costumes, anticipation was building! Way more so than it would have been sitting at home watching X Factor like some basic sofa bitch.