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G-A-Y Bar : Gay Bar London 

Soho’s palace of pop, which boasts three floors of purple-walled, pop tuneage beamed from loads of plasma screens. There are scores of pretty young party things and endless cheap drinks promotions, as a result you’re assured a fab night out.

The G-A-Y brand is world-renowned. Their flagship venue on Old Compton Street is a bustling three-floor party bar with plasma screen jukeboxes playing all your favourite camp pop hits. The crowd is great mix of youngsters with Soho socialites in between. The drink deals are to die for! Get there early and you can get yourself nice and tipsy for under a fiver, for instance. G-A-Y Bar is hard to miss because of the three enormous initials illuminated out front. It guides you like yonder star to a magical manger full of music and men. The pop don’t NEVER stop at G-A-Y Bar so get ready to pound your pussy into the dance floor because 

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Venue Information

Address: 30 Old Compton Street, Soho, W1D 4UR
Nearest Tube: Tottenham Court Road

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