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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.
 
FOUNDATION

FOUNDATION

After last month’s re-launch of Covert, Foundation has become the latest addition to Friday nights in sarf London.

 
LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS...

LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS…

Foundation is the new kid on the block in terms of Friday night clubbing, promising to kick some life back into the end of the working week: giving good wholesome clubbing at its best! With two dance floors featuring some big names like scene stars Alan K and Steve Pitron, we caught up with the dynamic duo to find out what else we can expect on the grand opening night…

 
BEAR NECESSITY

BEAR NECESSITY

23/03/13: QX Club News kept its finger firmly on the pulse of London’s ever-evolving gay club scene as Bear Necessity rocked the weekend with a rampaging re-launch at a brand new home last Saturday. 

 
COVERT RE-LAUNCH

COVERT RE-LAUNCH

16/03/13: Back under control of its original owners, club Covert is back! And like a disco phoenix from the flames, it’s back for more.

 
COVERT AFFAIRS

COVERT AFFAIRS

Alan K has been a respected DJ of the gay scene for years, and instrumental in many of the best nights and clubs gay clubbers can remember. QX caught up with him to find out what the deal was with the reopening and refurbishment of slick Vauxhall super club Covert, which is now back under his control…