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There are plenty of hotels in Norwich to choose from, some of which are close to Norwich International Airport.
The Castle is the main gay bar in Norwich. It’s comprised of two venues: the pub and also the U-NITE Bar located in a converted barn. U-NITE Bar is usually open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. There’s often an evening with entertainment on the last Saturday of the month at U-NITE.
The pub opens daily at 2 pm. You can order food from 5 pm, play pool, video jukebox and the games machine.
It has been a gay venue since 1996, and it’s the largest gay bar in East Anglia.
Lollards Pit is a gay-owned and managed pub in Norwich. It attracts a mixed crowd. The pub itself is steeped in history. It was built in the 17th-century on Lollards Pit, a place of execution for heretics.
These days, with the Wars of Religion long behind us, you’re more likely to find people playing bingo over a pint.
Loft NR1 is the only gay club in Norwich. It’s been going for over thirty years. Upstairs you’ll find the dancefloor, a bar and places to mingle. If you’d like a break from all the relentless dancing you can head to the Loft lounge downstairs.
The club is open till the early hours – last entry is at 3 am. It’s only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
If you’re looking to make the most of your gay night out in Norwich, you can get a wristband at The Castle Pub, and then head to Loft NR1 with a discount. This only applies on Saturday.