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VENUE BASED LGBT+ EVENTS
Central Station 37 Wharfdale Rd, King’s Cross, London, N1 9SD
Nearest Station: Kings Cross. Eat out to Help Out 50% off food and all soft drinks on Monday-Wednesday. Yes, in the time of COVID that counts as an event in a gay bar! They serve up Elk and Kangaroo Burgers! There’s a new food menu on their website. Wine and dine, or just enjoy a glass of quality beer from around the world, a soft drink, speciality tea or coffee in our relaxed and friendly ground-floor bar. FREE pool table use for customers all day, every day.
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The Bridge Bar, Clapham 8 Voltaire Road, London, SW4 6DH. Quiz night. Every Tuesday from 8pm.
A classic quiz night. 25% off all beers and wines from 5pm to 8pm. Great for an after work chill out. 60 quid bar tab for first place prize. Tubes:Clapham High Street / Clapham North. Book Here
SOME OF THE GAY BARS IN LONDON THAT ARE OPEN TODAY
Royal Vauxhall Tavern is CLOSED on Tuesdays
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! Book Here
City Of Quebec Marble Arch 12 Old Quebec Street, Marylebone, London W1H 7AF
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.
Nearest Tube: Leicester Square. Book: [email protected] *£20 table pre-authentication fee – only chargeable if not showing* 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!
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.
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 will also be running their regular booking system from today (Monday the 6th of July), parties of 6 maximum. Book Here App to order drinks Here
Opening Times: 4pm to 11.30pm. This venue has one of the best outside spaces in Soho.
Wimbledon’s first ever gay bar, serving a swanky yet relaxed vibe.
ONLINE LGBTQ+ CABARET, CLUBS & EVENTS
Bulge Fitness: Get Fit With Iris the Rainbow Goddess
Their goal is to get your bulge, where it feels good. This totally free fitness class is led by qualified instructor Iris Rainbow Goddess, and it’s so much FUN! Pop those biscuits on the side and get to doing some squats – us gays excel at them! *eyes emoji*
Katt Kitten LIVE!
A fun short turn of songs and interaction from the Way Out Club resident performer on Facebook live. Just relax and let Katt entertain and ease you into the new week.
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ALL THE VENUES LISTED BELOW ARE NOW CLOSED
CLUBS & EVENTS
Bar Wotever at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern: Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane, SE11 5HY. 7pm – 12am. Show starts 8:30pm. Tickets £7/£5. Presenting the best LGBT & queer performers both nationally and internationally on the RVT stage. Live music, cabaret, drag, performance art, burlesque and spoken word.
Karaoke with Kevin Walsh at Two Brewers: 114 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UJ. 5pm – 2am. Free before 10pm, £3 after Come an take a chance to shine on our stage with the marvelous Kevin Walsh every Tuesday. Line
Dalston Superstore: CLOSED
Village Soho: 81 Wardour Street, W1V 3TG. 4pm-2am. Happy hour 5-9pm with half price cocktails.
BARS & CABARET
G-A-Y Bar: CLOSED
Central Station: 37 Wharfdale Road, N1 9SD. 5pm – 1am. Free entry. Friendly gay pub a stone’s throw from Kings Cross Station.
The Kings Arms: 23 Poland Street, Soho, W1F 8QJ. 12:00am – 11:30pm Snuggle up in this traditional cozy bear pub and enjoy discounts on beer, ciders, spirits and mixers and everything else. Drinks promotions every Tuesday and Wednesday.
Ku Bar: CLOSED
The Light Lounge: CLOSED
Duke of Wellington: 77 Wardour Street, W1D 6QA. Midday – midnight. Free entry. TONIGHT: Busy Lady Bingo with Sheila Simmonds from 8pm.
The Glory: CLOSED
Above The Stag: CLOSED
The Pleasance Theatre: CLOSED
Park Theatre: CLOSED
King’s Head Theatre: CLOSED
YOUR DIRTY DIARY
Vault 139: Closed.
Bunker Bar: Closed.
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