Warschauer Platz 18, Berlin, Germany, 10245 | map
One of the larger LGBT dance parties. Prior to reunification, Die Busche (formerly ‘Haus B’) was the only gay disco in the GDR!
Popular with young LGBT party-goers who enjoy club anthems, disco charts, 80’s and 90’s music, with 3 dance floors and 3 bars. The party is every Friday, Saturday, and sometimes on a Wednesday.
metro : U,S: Warschauer Straße
weekend: Fri,Sat 22:00 - 07:00
venue: Party () | features: bar, music, dancing | customers: mostly gay | attracts: All types
Too many women
“Loved the music here and the entry price was reasonable. I was expecting it to be slightly bigger, however the two rooms (on one floor) were reasonable size. No queue for entry or for the bar.
The downside for me was that there were too many women and not enough guys – I’d say 60% of the club was women, mainly lesbians but some straight girls too. Mix of ages. This put me off. There were not enough gay guys here, compared to somewhere like Schwuz. Perhaps we went on a bad night. Also, the music was repeated fairly often – there’s only so many times I can dance to Lady Marmalade! It’s also very hot and one of the rooms is too smokey. Overall, not a great night.“
David on 12-Sep-2016 | Problem with this review?
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