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1-7 Eberle Street, Liverpool
weekday: Thu-Fri 23:00 - 05:00
weekend: Sat 23:00 - 07:00; Sun 23:00 - 05:00
audience rating: 2.8 stars from 5 votes - click to vote
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Liverpool’s favourite gay dance club. GBar’s late-night opening makes it a popular destination after having a few drinks elsewhere.
Dance to pop classics on the dance floor or unwind in the cosy ‘love lounge’ area. Their drag show is very entertaining!
Awarded ‘Club of the Year’ by a local Liverpool paper. Fairly young scene. Free entry most nights if you arrive early. Open Thursday to Sunday.
22-24 Stanley Street, Liverpool | map
weekday: Mon-Thu 22:00 - 03:00; Fri 21:00 - 05:00
weekend: Sat 21:00 - 05:00; Sun 22:00 - 03:00
audience rating: 3.3 stars from 3 votes - click to vote
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With drag shows and performances every night, Superstar Boudoir is possibly Liverpool’s best cabaret bar. Very friendly, mainly-gay crowd.
Late-night closing on weekends.
Near the gay scene. Modern rooms Great value for money. | click here
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Trident House, 8-10 Eberle Street, Liverpool
weekend: Sat 22:00 - 06:00
Liverpool’s most famous gay club is back for good. Garlands has been around since 1993. With multiple rooms, from the intimate boudoir room to the eclectic (and loud!) main room, there’s something for everyone here.
Expect glitter, hot men and classic pop tunes. The club attracts a mixed crowd. It is open on Saturdays. Check their Facebook page for details of upcoming events.
New dance club & party venue with DJ and dance floor in Liverpool’s gay quarter.
24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool | map
audience rating: 3.5 stars from 2 votes - click to voteadd a review & photos
Going strong since 2015, Sonic Yootha is a gay-run monthly queer disco with a difference. Its name is play on 80’s New York City rock band Sonic Youth whilst paying homage to 70’s gay icon Yootha Joyce.
The night aims to be the antidote to the restrictive door policies you might find elsewhere on the gay scene, and people of all ages from all over the country attend. Expect to see teenagers dancing with couples in their 60’s from everything to new wave, old rave, techno, disco, electro, to rock, pop and soul.
Homos, heteros, drag shows, freak shows and don’t-knows are all welcome. Respect, the right attitude and a good time are key themes for the night.
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