Sunday 16th August

    Gay London bar

    VENUE BASED LGBT+ EVENTS

    Horse Meat Disco. 6pm-1am.   

    The venue has reopened as a comfortable members´lounge bar. Saturday and Sunday is Horse Meat Disco. There´s an all new lounge and garden. Booths and seats are available for booking.  Membership can be purchased now, with lots of benefits.  The Eagle Love membership program includes priority booking, queue jump, a bottle of bubbly and entry for 3 mates on your birthday, and other offers and discounts. Check out video of the new look venue here. 

    The Eagle 349 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall, London SE11 5QY


    Karen Walker’s Hangover Brunch 12pm – 5pm

    The queen of high camp takes a break from Grace Adler Designs to host a hangover brunch jam-packed with kitsch games, booze-filled nonsense and martini madness. Dalston Superstore’s delicious vegan food and cocktails are available all afternoon. Table bookings are a must. You say potato, Karen says vodka! 🍸

    Dalston Superstore, 117 Kingsland High Street, London E8 2PB U.K.

    Dalston Superstore
    Dalston Superstore

    Gay bars with terraces LGBT+ drinking in London’s outside spaces. COVID 2020 Guide.

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    The Bridge Bar 8 Voltaire Road, London, UK SW4 6DH

    The Bridge Bar is located mere minutes from Clapham North station and is a perfect place for pre-drinks with an intimate date or lazy Sunday sippers on their sunny patio area. Eclectically furnished with all manner of esoteric bric-a-brac, beautifully lit by candlelight after dark, we can’t think of a cuter spot in Clapham. Classic cinema events with cheese and wine, quizzes and more. Saturday night live entertainment. 

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    Dalston Superstore 117 Kingsland High Street, E8 2PB

     

    Dalston Superstore is your big queer paradise – a diverse and eclectic LGBTQ+ venue, cafe, gallery and performance space. Currently in partnership with Essential Vegan and open for table bookings!

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    The Glory, 281 Kingsland Road, Haggerston, London E8 8AS.

     
    A Gloryous Resurgence! We are so happy that this beacon of London queer nightlife and performance art is back on the road to recovery. The Glory has reopened its doors, and girl they have PLANS! Check out The Glory social link to see what´s on tonight. Limited spaces and popularity mean you should get down there early. Ticketed events sell out quickly. 

    The Glory

    The Eagle 349 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall, London SE11 5QY

    There´s an all new lounge and garden. Booths and seats are available for booking.  Membership can be purchased now, with lots of benefits.  The Eagle Love membership program includes priority booking, queue jump, a bottle of bubbly and entry for 3 mates on your birthday, and other offers and discounts. 


    City Of Quebec Marble Arch 12 Old Quebec Street, Marylebone, London W1H 7AF

     
    The oldest LGBTQ+ venue in London. Across two floors, the venue has a great outside terrace. It’s very conveniently located after an afternoon’s shopping on Oxford Street. Food menu available.
     
    City of Quebec

    The Old Ship 17 Barnes Street, Limehouse, London, UK E14 7NW.

    Nearest Tube: Lime House Station (2 minutes). Monday to Thursday  12pm-10pm. Friday to Sunday 12-11pm

    This is traditional-style pub with an excellent range of beers, real ales and wines, with a big-screen TV, and beer garden.

     


    Ku Bar 30 Lisle Street, London W1D 5JL

    Nearest Tube: Leicester Square. Book: [email protected] *£20 table pre-authentication fee – only chargeable if not showing* Or get the app from the App Store. Live luxuriously at the ever-stylish and forward thinking Ku Bar, conveniently located between Chinatown and Soho. A wonderful gay bar with a diverse crowd of party pumpin’ pretties. The Beautiful Bar Boys will have your mouths watering, but you can re-lubricate with plenty of excellent drinks. Their terrace is the perfect place to enjoy their updated drinks list alfresco! They have take out drinks and table service until midnight.

     

    Comptons of Soho 51-53 Old Compton Street, London, W1D 6HN

    Book Here App to order drinks Here

    Lounge bar upstairs and cruisier downstairs, definitely a blokes bar, but how will it have changed? You’ll just have to go and see yourself. Our snappers will be out and about so we’ll bring you the latest news in the week. 


    Circa bar Soho 62 Frith Street Soho, London, W1D 3JN

    Open 1pm to 1am daily. You can reserve your booth by emailing [email protected].


    Duke of Wellington Soho 77 Wardour Street Soho, London, W1D 6QA

    Book Here App to order drinks Here

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    The Duke of Wellington has THREE glorious floors of bevvies and buff blokes, which explains why the place is constantly busy. There’s not often a time when one can’t saunter past and spy a bit of man crumpet as they spill out from the Duke of Welly’s door and onto the surrounding street.


    Rupert Street Bar Soho 50 Rupert Street, London, W1D 6DR

    Due to the high level of interest they will be operating a first come first served service for table seating within the bar only. Once they are full they will only be offering takeaway, you will be able to stand outside the bar, but social distancing measures must be adhered to at all times. When a table becomes available it will be based again on first come first served from the queue. If you would like to take away you will need to join the queue and wait to be directed to the bar by the door host. They are also be running their regular booking system, parties of 6 maximum.

    Book Here App to order drinks Here


    Village Soho 81 Wardour Street, London W1D 6QD

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    The Yard Bar Soho 57 Rupert Street, London W1D 7PL

    Opening Times: 4pm to 11.30pm. This venue has one of the best outside spaces in Soho.

    The Yard 

    George and Dragon 2Blackheath Hill, Greenwich, London, SE10 8DE

    Nearest Tube: Elverson Road

    The George & Dragon is a community-favoured drinking hole nestled near historic Greenwich. Noted for drag prior to lockdown. Perfect for a post-work work pint or a local Saturday night away from the madness that will be Soho. There will be background music only, with table service from the Duchettes! No pre booked tables it’s first come first served, after being seated by the duty meet & greet and providing a contact number. It will be card or contactless payment only NO CASH for now.


    Royal Vauxhall Tavern Vauxhall 372 Kennington Lane London SE11 5HY 4pm-10pm

    Nearest Tube: Vauxhall. No booking required when there isn’t an event on. The word iconic gets bandied about a lot these days, but the Royal Vauxhall Tavern definitely qualifies for the title.

    Gay bar London with terrace
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    Two Brewers Clapham 114 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UJ.

    Book Here  App to order drinks Here.

     
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    Two Brewers

     


    WEST 5

    56 Pope´s, South Ealing, W5 4NB

    Your go to destination in South Ealing, West London. Open Friday to Sunday 7pm onwards. It’s important to support bars that serve local communities, when little else is available. For those of you who care to, there is a gofundme.com/f/west5bar page available, but they’d rather you supported by visiting them!

    West 5 Terrace Outside Space
    West 5 Terrace
     

     

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    Stephanie Von Clitz’s Sunday Roast 

    6pm 

    Facebook: https://bit.ly/2KAIkbS

    The Dorset tart with the big heart serves up a large helping of songs and requests with a salty side of good humour. Bring your own bottle of red! Broadcasting on Steven Banks’ Facebook profile. 

    Bottoms Up From Bar Soho 

    5.30pm

    Facebook: Facebook.com/marymacofficial

    Songs, parodies, old favourites and LOTS of shoutouts from the wee drag wonder that is Mary Mac. All served up with a cheeky smile and an ice-cold voddy Irn-Bru. Broadcasting on Mary’s Facebook page, live from Play Blanca, Lanzarote. 

    An Audience with DWNN

    7.30pm

    Facebook: Here

    A stripped back show from The Drag With No Name. No gimmicks, no characters, no videos, no ostentatious set, just DWNN singing some of their favourite songs live from their home in Brighton. 

     




















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    CLUBS & EVENTS

    Sunday Social at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern: 372 Kennington Lane, SE11 5HY. 4pm  – 10:30pm. Tickets available at qxtickets.com. Free entry for members. Social. Cabaret. Dance. This week with Drag With No Name on stage from 5:30pm, and Simon Le Vans and Craig Jones behind the decks.

    The Power of Four at Two Brewers: 114 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UJ. 5pm 2am. Free before 8pm, £5 after. Weekly drag showcase, this week with Myra DuBois at 5:30pm, Miss Jason at 7pm, Mary Mac at 9pm and Sandra at 11pm.

    Eagle London: CLOSED

    Dalston Superstore: CLOSED

    Drag Sunday at Klub: CANCELLED

    The Glory: CLOSED

    Bunker Bar: CLOSED

    Sweatbox: CLOSED

    SBN & NBN: CANCELLED

    BARS & CABARET

    The Old Ship: 17 Barnes Street, Limehouse, E14 7NW. 12pm-12am. Cabaret at 8pm. Free. Local gay bar in East Londons Limehouse. TONIGHT: Julie Paid.

    Ku Bar: CLOSED

    G-A-Y Bar: CLOSED

    George & Dragon, 2 Blackheath Hill, SE10 8DE. 4pm 2am. Free. Super Sunday with The Duchess, Tanya Hyde and Tony Sinclair.

    CMYK Bar: 105-109 The Broadway, Wimbledon SW19 1QC. 9:30pm 2.30am. Wimbledons first ever gay bar, serving a swanky yet relaxed vibe.

    Admiral Duncan: 54 Old Compton Street, W1D 4UD. 12pm 10:30pm. Free entry. Fab gay boozer in the heart of Soho. Tonight: Alternate Sundays with Marsha Mallow & Cosmic.

    Halfway To Heaven: 7 Duncannon Street, WC2N 4JF. 12pm 10pm. Free entry. Fun boozer slap bang in the middle of London! Tonight: Celebrating 12 years of CK Sunday.

    Central Station: 37 Wharfdale Road, N1 9SD. Reduced opening hours 5pm 12am. Free entry. Friendly gay pub a stones throw from Kings Cross Station.

    Village Soho: 81 Wardour Street, W1V 3TG. 4pm 11:30pm. Happy hour 5pm-9pm with half price cocktails.

    City Of Quebec: 12 Old Quebec Street, Marylebone W1H 7AF. 12pm 2am. Free Entry. Londons oldest gay bar. Happy hour from 4pm 6pm, 3 for 2 gins. The latest music to dance to until the early hours.

     


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