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weekday: Mon: 11pm-5:30am Thurs-Fri: 11pm-4am
weekend: Sat: 10:30pm-4am
TODAY Popcorn @ Heaven
Heaven is one of the longest-running gay dance clubs in Europe. Today, the venue is home to London’s popular G-A-Y party (weekends) and a mixed party on Monday nights.
Some of the biggest names perform here, live on stage. Expect plenty of disco divas showing off their best moves and a younger, good-looking, trendy and fashionable crowd.
One of London’s most iconic after-hours dance parties, attracting a muscle-packed crowd on Sunday morning. BEYOND is renowned for its brilliantly produced parties and exceptionally talented DJ’s including Steve Pitron and Alan K.
Best time to arrive is 6am-7am on Sunday morning (yes, morning). Advance tickets available at Prowler – essential if you are planning to go on a public Bank Holiday weekend. You can also buy tickets online.
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Popular gay dance party at EAGLE London in Vauxhall (usually on a Sunday night). Resident DJ’s Jim Stanton, James Hillard, Luke Howard, Severino, etc. spin classic disco and 70’s hits.
Admission from £6. Check their Facebook page for event schedule.
nearest station : Vauxhall
One of London’s best dance parties. For more than 15 years, this sensational Sunday-night party has been at the forefront of the European gay club scene, attracting the very best DJ’s.
Although it isn’t a gay club, Lightbox hosts some gay nights. It’s especially popular as an after-hours club. Check their Facebook for more info about upcoming events.
London’s most famous after-hours club. A:M continues to bash out beats for those who just don’t want Friday night to end and features some of the best DJ talents on the London scene. Terrific atmosphere.
A:M party starts from 3am on Saturday morning and continues until 10am. Discounted entry before 6am if you arrive with a flyer/sign up online for the guest list.
One of London’s biggest, most popular dance parties for bears, blokes, hunks and their admirers. Relaunched in July 2017, BRÜT takes place about once a month at various venues in London.
Tickets are available online and sent to your mobile phone. The party venue has an efficient entry & coat check system. Details of upcoming parties can be found on BRÜT’s website or Facebook page.
Admission: £10-15. Photo ID required. Best to arrive before 1am. Last admission 4am.
Saturday morning, after-hours underground tech house dance party, held at UNION Club on Vauxhall’s Albert Embankment.
The crowd is a mix of late-night clubbers from both the gay and straight scene. Discounted entry if you arrive with a flyer.
nearest station : Vauxhall
A queer indie, post punk and new wave disco for common people. Imagine Courtney Love and Jarvis Cocker on a boozy night out in 1997. Does that sound like a little bit of you?
Seductive Barry and Pencil Skirt DJ in the scuzzy back room of The Victoria in Dalston. Bring a bit of Razzmatazz for your nights on the town.
New gay nightclub (June 2018) in Central London. The 750-capacity venue occupies the Hungerford House building on the Albert Embankment.
Across the river from the London Eye, the club is close to Embankment station. Resident DJ’s include Adam Turner, James John, Sam Londt and Jonathan Bestley.
CIRCA is less than 10 minutes’ walk away from Heaven, one of London’s most popular dance clubs.
nearest station : Embankment
Late-night naughty disco of East London, usually held on a Saturday from 10pm-5am. Check their Facebook page for details of the next party.
66 Albert Embankment, London
weekend: from 23:00 (last Sat of the month)
London’s leading gay urban music party, mixing the best R&B, hip-hop, Afro-beat and trap tunes with some good old disco mashups.
Held every last Saturday night of the month at Club Union in Vauxhall. Door open at 11pm.
Flyers are available in the bars & clubs around London. Students with ID get discounted entry all night – bring a photo ID. If your birthday is within 2 weeks of the party, email the organisers for free entry for you and discounts for your friends.
If “big” or “beefy” rings your bell, then check out BEEFMINCE at Vauxhall Tavern every 3rd Friday of the month.
Expect friendly men with beards, cubs, bears and chasers. Resident and international guest DJ’s deliver crowd-pleasing dance/vocal house sets and heavier tech/electro music later in the night.
Tickets are available online at the BEEFMINCE website.
nearest station : Vauxhall
One of the biggest and best dance events in the UK. WE Party has established a reputation for exceptional music and production qualities.
Expect a world-class DJ lineup, stunning visuals and gorgeously hunky dancers who bring to life each party’s theme. WE parties are usually held on the first Saturday of each month.
Doors open at 11pm and the party in usually in full swing by 1am. From 6am onwards, those who have not yet had enough, head to BEYOND.
Large dance party on 4 floors for gays, lesbians and open-minded people, held every other month at The Scala.
DJ’s play a mix of world music, R&B, soulful house, Middle Eastern sounds, groovy tunes. Admission 10-17£
Their events are especially popular with London’s BAME LGBT+ community. Events like Too Black Too Queer are always worth checking out.
New bi-monthly euro-party in London, usually held on the last Saturday of the month – but always check their Facebook page for the latest event information.
Lady Olé, run by award-winning promoter Alejandro Asencio (Pelucas y Tacones), celebrates Spanish & British kitsch, dance, pop, and queer aesthetics with music and shows, with fun, attitude-free atmosphere. Mostly Spanish, Italian, British and French LGBTQ crowds.
The party welcomes everyone and is particularly popular with the Spanish gay community, as most followers have been attending the parties religiously since 2005.
nearest station : Archway Station
Irregular dance party for the queer East Enders. DJ spins alt-pop, synth, trash and other hot remixes.
Douchebag takes place at The Star of Bethnal Green and other random venues in London.
Monthly LGBT/mixed party in London (bi-monthly in Berlin) dedicated to the queens of hip-hop & R&B.
R & She plays only female artists of urban music all night. A favourite party in London with a super-friendly crowd and excellent playlist by DJ’s QBoy, Neil Prince and David Oh.
The party takes place on the first Saturday of each month, 11pm-6am.
Relatively small (250 capacity), unpretentious basement club with graffiti-covered walks, offering an alternative atmosphere to the mega-clubs in other parts of London.
East Bloc attracts a younger crowd. Music ranges from disco & funk to hard house. Cheap drinks with regular special offers.
nearest station : Old Street
London’s leading weekly party that celebrates the diversity of transsexual, cross-dressing and pure drag. Twenty years and still going strong.
Expect a packed house at The WayOut Club every Saturday night with up to 300 people of every race, culture, sexuality and gender. Regular live performances at 1am.
As the name suggests, She.World is a club for transgender people and their admirers. The venue in Stratford is welcoming, discreet and intimate. Dress how you want to dress and dance like crazy all night.
You’ll meet like-minded people and live out your fantasies and desires in a safe environment. She is open every Saturday from 9pm until 1am
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